The mass appeal of Nash is summed up very well by Charlie Gillett in the Sound Of The City where he wrote "the combination of his flawless vocal, a catchy pop song and the immaculate rhythm track overcame radio resistance to reggae. Nash's reggae rhythms supply the pulse, the horns, keyboards and Nash's voice carry his sound far beyond the audience which would just listen to a catchy dance number." All is present on this original LP from Nash in 1975 which spawned the title tracks as a #1 single in the US and UK in the same year, and included three songs written for him by his protégé Bob Marley. As well as the Reggae credentials the album also boasts contributions from the musical worlds of Jazz, African music, Rock, Soul from musicians including Herbie Hancock, Hugh Masakela, 'Rabbit' Bundrick, Bobby Womack and co-producer Bunny Sigler. RPM. 2007.