Personnel includes: Patti Austin (vocals); Monroe Monroe III (a.k.a Arsenio Hall) (rap vocals); Michael Paulo (saxophone); Greg Phillinganes (piano, Hammond B-3 organ); David Benoit (synthesizer); David Pack (bass, electronic percussion, programming, background vocals); Nathan East (bass); Michael McDonald, James Ingram (background vocals).
Producers: David Pack, Rod Temperton, Larry Williams.
Personnel: Patti Austin (background vocals); David Pack (vocals, guitar, accordion, piano, keyboards, synthesizer, drums, percussion, programming, keyboard programming, background vocals); David Benoit (guitar, synthesizer, string synthesizer); Terry McMillan (harmonica, drums, congas, tambourine, percussion); Michael Paulo (saxophone); Greg Phillinganes (piano, keyboards, synthesizer, percussion, keyboard programming, background vocals); Wayne Linsey (piano, keyboard programming); The Riddler (keyboards, programming); John Skippy Lehmkuhl (synthesizer, percussion, programming); George Perilli (drums); Burleigh Drummond (percussion); Erik Hanson, Larry Williams , Rod Temperton (programming); Edie Lehmann, Suzie Benson, James Ingram , Lynn Davis , Michael McDonald , Sally Dworsky, Jean McClain (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Ross Pallone; Tommy Vicari.
Recording information: 41B, Westlake Village, CA; Castle Oaks Studios, Calabasas, CA; Ocean Way Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA; Oceanway Studios, L.A., CA; Parks Place, Sunland, CA; Studio 55, Los Angeles, CA; WillyWorldWest, L.A., CA.
Unknown Contributor Roles: David Pack; Arsenio Hall; Suzie Benson; Lynn Davis ; Patti Austin; Phillip Ingram; Arnold McCuller; Jean McClain.
Arrangers: David Pack; The Riddler; Erik Hanson; Greg Phillinganes; James "D-Train" Williams ; James Ingram ; John Skippy Lehmkuhl; Larry Williams ; Lorraine Feather; Michael McDonald ; Patti Austin; Rod Temperton; The Mamas & the Papas; Wayne Linsey.
Patti Austin, a gifted singer when she gets good material, works in murky waters on this '91 release. There are so many different things offered, from fusion and pop to more mainstream jazz and soul, that the album has no main course or personality. On the other hand, Austin does sing everything well, and GRP has enlisted enough of their session pros to ensure that the musical support is excellent. It's well-played, superbly sung filler. ~ Ron Wynn