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The album was recorded locally by the band at a studio owned by the 60s pop singer Chris Andrews, who had a Top 10 hit with "Yesterday Man", later covered in a reggae version by Nicky Thomas. The group continued to work with Andrews for their second album, which included the Bob Marley tribute. The track featured the playing skills of one-time Wailer Al Anderson, and has since become a standard for the group.
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