Personnel: Ramsey Lewis (piano, Fender Rhodes piano); Ramsey Lewis; Keith Henderson (guitar, electric guitar); Pat Ferreri (acoustic guitar); Lori Ashikawa, Adrian Gola, Clara Lindner (violin); Marlou Johnston, Robert Swan (viola); Alan Rostoker (cello); Grover Washington, Jr. (soprano saxophone); Art Porter (alto saxophone); Orbert Davis (trumpet, flugelhorn); Frayne Lewis (synthesizer, drum programming); Kevin Randolph, Michael Logan (synthesizer); Oscar Seaton (drums); Tony Carpenter, Alejo Poveda (percussion); Brenda Stewart, Sheila Fuller, Morris Stewart (background vocals); Steve Cobb (drums, percussion); Chuck Webb, Henry Johnson.
Photographer: Danny Clinch.
Arranger: Frayne Lewis.
Though Ramsey Lewis is best known to pop audiences for his 1960s instrumental versions of "Wade in the Water" and "The In Crowd," this collection of light jazz material, recorded throughout the 1990s, is more typical of his later musical direction. "A Night in Bahia" has a soft Latin undercurrent, while "Les Fleurs" is a sunny, spring-like composition and "Love's Serenade" is gently, irresistibly romantic.