The group assembled for this recording features two drummers, Johnny Hunter and Andy Hay, and along with Nat, pianist Adam Fairhall and bassist Michael Bardon they create a sound and energy perfectly matched to reveal the deepest messages within the music. ' Creation' is Nat Birchall's eighth album and his most fully realised to date. Nat's music is regularly featured on Gilles' radio shows, as well as BBC Radio 3 shows, Jazz on 3 and Jazz Line-Up, plus Jamie Cullum's Radio 2 show and shows like Gideon Coe on BBC 6 music and a recent BBC Radio 4 documentary about John Coltrane's iconic album A Love Supreme.

Pottinger, was one of the unacknowledged founding fathers of Jamaican music. The following year his wife, Sonia Pottinger, began to produce records for her Gay Feet and High Note labels.

Sonia Pottinger was Jamaica's first and foremost female record producer; her husband, Lyndon O. In 1964, he sold his recording equipment to Duke Reid at Treasure Isle.

He was not a member, though he did write and produce songs on the group’s debut album Come Into Knowledge (1977) on which this version the track was released.

Roy Ayers Music Productions were a side project for Roy Ayers.

The legendary jazz-funk pioneer walked tall at Polydor Records in the 1970’s for whom he produced a number of seminal albums.

"Everybody Loves The Sunshine" is the quintessential summer track that has been sampled numerous times by hip hop artists such as Brand Nubian, PM Dawn, Common, Masta Ace, Mos Def and others as well as by R&B singer Mary J. The Roy Ayers version is the better known track and is his signature tune. Horace Andy’s 1972 hit ‘Skylarking’ showcases Sleepy's wonderful honeyed vocal and is backed up with a Dub Specialist ' Sky Rhythm' dub version on the flip. Two classic Roy Ayers productions back to back on a replica of the original Blue Thumb DJ promo release from 1977. On side A is Jojo Bennett's ' Living Soul' which was also known as ' The Loop'. The B-side is a thunderous poly-rhythmic percussive Nyabinghi assault by Count Ossie, with Leslie Butler on the organ. Limited edition pressing from Sonia Pottinger's Gay Feet label of just 600 copies. Three of these are now available again as strictly limited 45rpm re-presses. Sonia now started to produce a series of releases that included some of the most elegant rock steady records ever made.