Whenever I'm on tour I take my "Time Is The Master" CD with me on, to play in hotel rooms or wherever I need a lift. It immediately takes me home, back to the family in Birmingham.
It's unusual for a reggae record in that it has strings on it. I don't know whether they were done at Harry Moody's studio with the rest of the rhythm section or somewhere else later on. It's very sparse. The drums click like a clock ticking. It says one thing: time is the master. I think I'd like it to be played at my funeral.
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