The Dramatics include: Lenny Mayes, William "Weegee" Howard, Willie Ford, L.J. Reynolds, Ron Banks.
Recorded in November and December 1985.
Personnel: L.J. Reynolds, William "Wee Gee" Howard, Lenny Mayes, Ron Banks , Willie Ford (vocals); Larry White (guitar, programming); Peter Fujii (guitar); Claytoven Richardson (oboe, saxophone, keyboards, synthesizer, bass synthesizer, programming, drum programming, background vocals); Bill Ortiz, Marvin McFadden (trumpet); Larry Batiste, Wayne Wallace (trombone); Kirk Crumpler (keyboards, programming); William Kennedy (synthesizer, drums); Michael Denten (synthesizer); Rand Wetherwax (programming); Lee Peters (background vocals).
Audio Remixer: Michael Denten.
Recording information: Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA (11/1985-12/1985); Infinite Sound Studios, Alameda, CA (11/1985-12/1985).
Photographer: Phil Bray.
Unknown Contributor Roles: F.L. Pittman; William "Wee Gee" Howard; Lenny Mayes; Ron Banks ; Willie Ford.
Arranger: Claytoven Richardson.
This Fantasy release doesn't compare to their Volt or ABC releases, but it has some enjoyable moments. Original lead William "Wee Gee" Howard ("In the Rain") reunites with Ron Banks, Lenny Mayes, Willie Ford, and L.J. Reynolds for a new twist: every member gets to lead at least part of a song. "Somewhere In Time" contains a medley of the group's biggest hits, but like onstage medleys, it's disappointing. Still, it was an interesting idea. Lenny, Ron, and L.J. swap leads beautifully on "When Love Is Over," and Ron and Wee Gee shine on "One Love Ago." ~ Andrew Hamilton