Personnel: Miles Jaye (vocals, violin, keyboards, bass, drums, programming); Jeff Lee Johnson (guitar, bass); Ron Jennings (guitar); Branford Marsalis (saxophone); Roy Ayers (vibraphone); Michael Claxton, Hubert Eaves, Raymond Jones (keyboards, programming); Dexter Wanzel (synthesizer, percussion); Doug Grisby, Steve Green (bass); Clifford Rudd, James Carter (drums); Tenita Jordan, Rachelle Farrell, Cynthia Biggs, Charlene Holloway, Annette Hardeman (background vocals).
Engineers include: Mitch Goldfarb, Joe Alexander, Larry DeCarmine.
Recorded at Kajem Studio, Gladwyne, Pennsylvania; Cheshire Sound, Atlanta, Georgia; Unique Studio, Sound Lab Studio and Celestial Studio, New York, New York.
Personnel: Miles Jaye (violin, piano, organ, synthesizer, bass guitar, drums, programming, drum programming, background vocals); Jef Lee Johnson (guitar, electric guitar, bass guitar); Ron Jennings (guitar); Jeff Johnson (acoustic guitar); Branford Marsalis (soprano saxophone); Michael Claxton (keyboards, programming, drum programming); Hubert Eaves III (keyboards); Dexter Wansel (synthesizer, percussion); Raymond Jones (synthesizer, programming, drum programming); Roy Ayres (vibraphone); Doug Grigsby (bass guitar); Clifford Rudd, James Carter (drums); James S. Carter (tom tom); Cynthia Biggs, Tenita Jordan, Annette Hardeman, Rachelle Ferrell, Charlene Holloway (background vocals).
Recording information: Celestial Sounds Recording Studio, New York, NY; Cheshire Sound Studio, Atlanta, GA; Kajem Studios, Gladwynne, PA; Sound Lab Studios, Brooklyn, NY; Unique Recording Studio, New York, NY.
Photographer: Carol Friedman.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Jim Campbell ; Michael Claxton.
Arranger: Miles Jaye.
Miles Jaye debuted on Island as a solo artist and quickly made a sizable impact, scoring two Top 10 R&B hits and becoming the heartthrob of the moment for the female contingent of the urban contemporary audience. He took advantage of the newly found stardom, starting the first of what would be several extensive tours in both indoor and outdoor arenas in the late '80s. ~ Ron Wynn