Release Information
Released May 1998

CD – EW 3984-23097-2
Cassette – EW 3984-23097-4
Vinyl – EW 3984-23097-1

Released: October 2008
Special Edition – 2564-69358-6
Includes bonus tracks – more info here

Original Credits

Vocals: Mick Hucknall
Backing vocals: Dee Johnson, Sarah Brown & Mick Hucknall
Guitars: Mark Jaimes, Tony Remy, Kenji Jammer, Gitsy Wills & Bub Roberts
Bass: CJ Taylor, Robbie Shakespeare & Steve Lewinson
Keyboards: Tim Vine, Paul Carrack, Alan Clark & Robert Lyn
Drums: Gota Yashiki, Velroy Bailey, Sly Dunbar & Geoff Holroyde
DJ: Dom T
Brass: Ian Kirkham saxophones, John Johnson trombone, Mike Greenwood trumpet and flugelhorn & Demo Morselli trumpet
Orchestra: Pro Arte Orchestra of London. Arranged and conducted by David Sinclair Whitaker

Worldwide Representation:
Andy Dodd and Lindy Fretwell at Silent Way Ltd, assisted by Josephine Burston
In association with Lisa Barbaris for So What Media & Management Inc

Photography: Zanna
Photography Art Direction: Carolyn Quartermaine
Location: St Bartholemy, thanks to all the crew, Jacques Malignon and the islanders
Print and Campaign Design: Intro, London
Mick Hucknall wears Krizia

Produced by AGM:
Andy Wright
Gota Yashiki
Mick Hucknall

Programmed by:
Andy Wright
Gota Yashiki

Additional Programming: Steve Hilton, Aidan Love, Ned Douglas

Recorded at:
Westpoint Studios, London
Funny Bunny Studios, London
Whitfield Street Studios, London
Abbey Road Studios, London
Anchor Studios, Kingston, Jamaica
Hit Factory, New York

Mastered by: Kevin Metcalfe at Townhouse, London

Engineered and Mixed by:
John Lee, Roland Herrington, Femi Jiya, Ali Stayton, Ned Douglas, Dave Tyler, Lynford ‘Fatta’ Marshall, Alex Marou, Peter Cobbin, Ted Wohlsen, Tony Masarati, Paul Logus, Mark Wyllie, Jon Jacobs

Assisted by: Neil Mason, Jake Davies, David Russell, Andy Scade, Ricky Graham, Derek Grey, Mak Togashi, Andrew Dudman, Douglas Blair
Pre-production programming: Merv Pearson
All tracks used by kind permission of the publishers

Love and respect to all my true friends, Mick Hucknall