(born Winston Hubert McIntosh, 19 October 1944 – 11 September 1987), was a Jamaican reggae musician who was a core member of the band The Wailers (1963–1974), and who afterwards had a successful solo career as well as being a promoter of Rastafari.
03.10.2011 [musicweek.com] - The singer songwriter has been credited with influencing artists including PeterTosh and was a pioneer of the genre which later became known as reggae. Dillon joined Stephen Taylor and Aston Morris to form the Ethiopians in 1966 and pened hits
23.09.2011 [Street North East (blog)] - It opens with a cantankerous sample from PeterTosh (a nod to AnGeL's family's musical roots, his Dad was a major reggae keyboard player). What follows is mix of the 'nasty and the nice at the same time' in his own words. 'Gleamin' see's West London's
23.09.2011 [The Guardian] - All accounts of its heyday in the early-60s give the impression of Dodd's Brentford Road base being a kind of West Indian Stella Street: Lee Perry recording Delroy Wilson, PeterTosh introducing Leonard Dillon of the Ethiopians, and Horace Andy queuing