Ed Rome | A Life in Minutes

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A Life in Minutes

by Ed Rome

Take proper old school dirty Reggae inspired by King Tubby and Studio One, mix it with classic British songwriting from the school of Billy Bragg and Ian Dury, and you've got the truly unique sound of A Life In Minutes.
Genre: Reggae: Dub
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1. The Way In
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2. Mind
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3. Private Person
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4. Thatcher's Children
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5. Nationality Speaks Sadly
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6. What's Important
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7. Non Relationship Rant
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8. March
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9. Some Truth
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10. A Human Quality
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11. Take Me (Reggae Version)
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12. The Way Out
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Album Notes
The effect that good Dub Reggae has on the imagination and the atmosphere it can conjure up has always fascinated Ed. 'A Life In Minutes' captures both of these elements. In addition to this you can find classic songwriting in Reggae, Rocksteady and Ska styles.

Although not originally included in the title this album is 'Innocent Civilian: Part 3' and portrays a life flashing in front of someones eyes whilst they're thinking about jumping off Blackfriars Bridge.

All drums by Jim Allan, all horns by Bella Edmunds apart from Trumpet on 'Nationality Speaks Sadly' by Andy Casterton. All other instruments by Ed Rome

Engineered, produced, mixed and mastered by Ed Rome.


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