Who Sang Time Has Come? Incognito

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writers: Jean-Paul Maunick, Richard Michael Bull
release date: 1995
genres: Electronic Hip Hop Jazz Funk / Soul
styles: Soul-Jazz/Jazz-Funk/Acid Jazz
length: 4:01
producer: Richard Bull and Jean-Paul Maunick
conductor: Simon Hale
lead vocals: Joy Malcolm
trumpet: Gerard Presencer
mixer: Simon Cotsworth
recording engineer: John Gallen and Simon Cotsworth
bass: Julian Crampton
background vocals: Joy Malcolm
guitar: Jean-Paul Maunick
percussion: Richard Bull
tenor saxophone: Adrian Revell
trombone: Richard Edwards
strings arranger: Simon Hale
brass arranger: Gerard Presencer
synthesizer programming: Richard Bull
assistant engineer: Robin 'Grippa' Laybounre
drums (drum set): Richard Bull
All things have meanin`
If we take the time, then we will see
Smoke means there`s a fire
So we live and learn to understand
Recognizing the danger
(and) Throwin' out a lifeline if we`re able
Gather inspiration
Together in a harvest of the free

Get up, `cos the time has come
You`d better believe, that it will be done
You can`t make pretend it`s and illusion
Get up, `cos the time has come
You better believe, that it will be done
The reason bein` life is not a dream

We`re all witness
To the politics, of life and survival
New day is comin`
Every woman, every man will be as one
Can`t stop tryin` like a mother
To give her child a better life if she`s able
Keep on fightin`
Believin` every word to be a song of freedom


CD 1
  • 1 Where Did We Go Wrong
  • 2 Good Love
  • 3 One Hundred and Rising
  • 4 Roots (Back to a Way of Life)
  • 5 Everyday
  • 6 Too Far Gone
  • 7 After the Fall (instrumental)
  • 8 Spellbound and Speechless
  • 9 I Hear Your Name
  • 10 Barmumba
  • 11 Millenium (instrumental)
  • 12 Time Has Come
  • 13 Jacob's Ladder (instrumental)

  • Album Information
    label: Talkin’ Loud
    country(area): United Kingdom
    format: CD
    barcode: 731452800022
    script: Latin