It's a nicely spacious track; the absence of hi-hats leaves ample room for contrasting synth chords and a blocky piano solo, and while it's ultimately more about atmosphere than riffs, there's enough variety in the arrangement, and enough "live" feeling in the playing, that it stays engaging throughout. Pete Herbert's remix doesn't add much, besides some funk guitar riffs, but it's a much tougher beast, enhanced with a more active bassline and a bright, '90s R&B feel.
For those keeping score in the race to bring house music to a crawl, "For All Time," on the flip, dials it all the way back to 90 BPM, with softly bleating synthesizer counterpoints, congas and slo-mo hi-hats surging to a full-frequency climax. It's like Balearic Border Community. Burnski's dub of the same is a different track entirely: a bass-driven, chord-heavy deep house number, well produced and very current sounding, but having little to do with the daydream drift of the original.