Time & Place

Time & Place

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by Julian Marley

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Julian Marley   Primary Artist,Guitar,Percussion,Drums,Bass Guitar,Keyboards,Vocals,Background Vocals
Betty Wright   Background Vocals
David Simmons   Drums
Noel Davey   Piano,Keyboards
Harry T. Powell   Percussion
Bongo Herman   Percussion
Ziggy Marley   Guitar,Percussion
Stephen Marley   Guitar,Percussion,Keyboards
Leroy Barbie Romans   Flute
Craig "Niteman" Taylor   Percussion,Drums
Uziah "Sticky" Thompson   Percussion
Jason Carder   Trumpet
Damian "Junior Gong" Marley   Drums,Keyboards
Gregorio Diaz   Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone
Rohan "Ruggu" Marley   Percussion
Shawn "Mark" Dawson   Drums
Rovleta Fraser   Background Vocals
Fabian Smith   Keyboards
Roselyn Williams   Background Vocals
Stephen "Asher" Noel   Guitar
Kenneth Roxborough   Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Keith Grant   Engineer
Stephen Marley   Producer,Executive Producer
Damian "Junior Gong" Marley   Programming,Producer
Julian Marley   Producer
Neville Garrick   Art Direction
Chris Athens   Mastering
Alrick Thompson   Engineer
Cristy Barber   Assistant Project Coordinator
A.J. Bosco   Engineer

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A Time & Place 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
In his sophomore album, Julian Marley also known as Juju Royal explores new musical horizons going from pure reggae in Build Together and the excepcional systems to more jazzy tunes such as Where she lays and crossover hip-hop tracks like Harder Dayz (borrowing samples from his father's Natty Dread). The result is a more accomplished work than Lion In The Morning. The striking similarity between Julian and his father's voice are also very noticeable in this album. Overall Time and Place is a solid and definately one of the best reggae albums of 2003.