- Released: July 23, 1996
- Originally Released: 1998
- Label: Capitol
Rolling Stone - 2/7/913 Stars
Down Beat - 3/914 Stars
- Very Good - "McFerrin returns with a beauteous tribute to the original instrument, the human voice, mostly his own, swimming in a vocal hotpool...by far his most serious work yet, in both the emotional and aesthetic senses."
- 1.Medicine Man
- 3.Yes, You
- 4.The Garden
- 5.Common Threads
- 6.Sweet In The Mornin'
- 8.He Ran All The Way
- 9.Angry (Gima)
- 10.The Train
- 11.Soma So De La De Sase
- 12.The 23rd Psalm (Dedicated To My Mother)
Personnel: Bobby McFerrin, Robert McFerrin, Sr. (vocals); Lyle Mays (keyboards); Pete Escovedo, Juan Escovedo (percussion).
Voicestra: Rachel Bagby, Roger Bearde, Joey Blake, Kirsten Folke, Molly Holm, Sara Jennison, Raz Kennedy, Rhiannon, Linda Tillery, Dave Worm (vocals).
Recorded at The Skywalker Ranch, Marin County, California; The Hit Factory, New York; Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California.
Personnel: Bobby McFerrin (vocals); Lyle Mays (keyboards); Pete Escovedo, Juan Escovedo (percussion).
Audio Mixer: Chris Tergesen.
Recording information: Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA; Hit Factory, New York, NY; Skywalker Sound, Nicasio, CA; Technisonic Studios, St. Louis, MO.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Dave Worm; Rachel Bagby; Joey Blake; Rhiannon; Linda Tillery.
Arranger: Bobby McFerrin.
An album with a somewhat spiritual turn, the standout track is "The Garden." ~ Hank Davis