Personnel: Lenny White (keyboards, drums, timbales, programming); Dianne Reeves, Mark Ledford, Jean McClain, Chaka Khan (vocals); Dean Brown , Dechown Jenkens, Kenny Burrell, Tony Purrone (guitar); Michal Urbaniak (violin); Danny Walsh (saxophone, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone); Craig Handy (saxophone); Donald Harrison, Kenny Garrett (alto saxophone); Grover Washington, Jr., Javon Jackson, Bennie Maupin (tenor saxophone); Eddie Henderson, Marcus Belgrave, Randy Brecker, Tim Hagans, Tom Browne (trumpet); Vince Evans (piano, Fender Rhodes piano, keyboards); Bernard Wright (piano, keyboards, Moog synthesizer); Jon Dryden (piano, synthesizer); Billy Childs, Bob James, Cedar Walton (piano); Mike Mainieri (vibraphone); Marcus Miller, Ron Carter (bass instrument); Andy Gonz lez (acoustic bass); Idris Muhammad (drums); Steve Berrios (percussion); Stephanie McKay (background vocals).
Photographer: Corey Sipkin.
Arrangers: Lenny White; Marcus Miller; Bernard Wright.
The Lenny White Collection contains 11 tracks the jazz fusion drummer recorded for the Hip Bop label in the mid- to late '90s. Highlights include "Uno Dos Adios," "Pick Pocket," "Who Do You Love," and cover versions of Cannonball Adderley's "Sack o' Woe" and "Dr. Jackle/Africa Talks to You," an interesting blend of the Jackie McLean and Sly Stone compositions. ~ Al Campbell