Personnel: Eagle-Eye Cherry (vocals, acoustic guitar, piano, keyboards, samples); Alisha Zebulon, Titiyo Jah (vocals); Jaya Deva (vocals, acoustic, electric & Gnawan guitars); Mattias Torell (acoustic & electric guitars, bass); Kent Gillstrom (acoustic & electric guitars, programming); Lars Halapi, Klas Ahlund (acoustic & electric guitars); Adam Kviman (acoustic guitar, Fender Rhodes); Ingemar Woody, Andreas Fjallstrom (electric guitar); Sebastian Oberg (cello); Goran Kajfes (trumpet); Niklas Medin (Hammond B-3 organ); Peter Forss (bass, background vocals); Elias Modig (bass); Magnus Persson (drums, sleigh bells, didgeridoo, programming); Bengt Berger (tablas); Dominic Keyes (percussion, background vocals); Magnus Frykberg (programming); Vinia Mojica, Sharon Dyall, Dilba Demirbag (background vocals).
Producers: Adam Kviman, Klas Ahlund, Kent Gillstrom, Magnus Frykberg, Eagle-Eye Cherry.
Engineers include: Kent Gillstrom, Ed Tuton, Robert Wellerfors.
"Save Tonight" was nominated for the 1999 Grammy Award for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance.
Personnel: Eagle-Eye Cherry (vocals, acoustic guitar, piano, keyboards, programming, sampler, background vocals); Jaya Deva (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Titiyo Jah (vocals); Kent Gillstrom (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, programming); Lars Halapi, Mattias Thorell, Klas 쳌hlund (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Adam Kviman (acoustic guitar, Fender Rhodes piano); Ingemar Woody (electric guitar); Sebastian ™berg (cello); Magnus Persson (didjeridu, drums, percussion, sleigh bell, programming); Goran Kajfes (trumpet); Niklas Medin (organ); Bengt Berger (tabla); Magnus Frykberg (drum programming); Peter Forss, Dilba Demirbag, Sharon Dyall, Vinia Mojica (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Ed Tuton; Kaj Erixon; Adam Kviman; Kent Gillstrom; Magnus Frykberg; Robert Wellerfors; Stefan Glaumann.
Recording information: Cosmos.
Photographer: Sam Harris .
Arrangers: Ingemar Woody; Mattias Thorell.
The late, great jazz trumpeter Don Cherry lives on not only through his amazing legacy of recordings, but through his talented progeny. Several years after Cherry's daughter Neneh was propelled into the public eye, her brother Eagle-Eye makes his recorded debut with DESIRELESS. Eagle-Eye's music is miles away from both his sister's neo-R&B and his father's jazz. Rather, DESIRELESS is full of stripped down alterna-pop (whatever that means). Slightly R&B-inflected, occasionally reminiscent of Ben Harper, the tunes on DESIRELESS are gentle, acoustic-based, modern folk-pop, rootsy but thoroughly modern. Eagle-Eye's relaxed, confident delivery and inward-looking (but never navel-gazing) lyrics make his first release go down easy.