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Chief Smiley Ricks and the Indians of the Nation and others, (Cyril Neville, Charles Neville, Michael Ray, Dr John) he’s gratifyingly integrated steel pan into Jazz, Soul and New Orleans funk and in the process he’s highlighted New Orleans’ own Afro Caribbean connections. It is really more of a live demo than a complete album but the CD manages to cover a lot of ground with only six tracks. Primarily lyric driven rockers Common Ground and Message To A Friend and the high energy Caribbean Funk anthem Is The Pan In The Mix? are balanced with the more mellow soul excursion Good Nature (spiced with a fluid rap scat and a pan solo that would make Tito Puente envious) and Rajah, an adventurous jazz instrumental allowing the players to stretch out their.
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- Mixed At – Word Of Mouth Studio, New Orleans
- Engineered At – Word Of Mouth Studio, New Orleans
- Recorded At – Word Of Mouth Studio, New Orleans
- Recorded At – Sound Services Studio
- Mastered At – MasterDigital
- Manufactured By – Crescent Music Services
- Backing Vocals – Troy Young (tracks: 5, 8)
- Bass – James Singleton (tracks: 4, 10)
- Bass Drum, Backing Vocals – Walter Harris
- Design [Graphic Design] – Diana Thornton
- Drums – Johnny Vidacovich (tracks: 4, 10), Willie Green (tracks: 7)
- Electric Guitar – Mark Stone* (tracks: 4, 10)
- Electric Guitar, Backing Vocals – Chris Mulé*
- Engineer – Mark Hewitt* (tracks: 7), Tim Stambaugh (tracks: 1 to 6, 8 to 10)
- Liner Notes – Jonathan Tabak
- Mastered By – Parker Dinkins
- Mixed By – Tim Stambaugh
- Percussion – Emo Tip (tracks: 7), Shaka Zulu (tracks: 2)
- Percussion, Vocals – Chief Smiley Ricks*
- Photography By [Color Photos Of Smiley] – Jason Jones
- Photography By [Cuff] – Diana Thornton
- Photography By [Donald Harrison Jr. & Smiley] – Linda Resler
- Producer – Chief Smiley Ricks*, Donald Harrison, Jr.*
- Saxophone, Keyboards – Donald Harrison, Jr.*
- Steel Drums, Backing Vocals – Gregory Boyd
- Tabla, Backing Vocals – Andrew McLean
- Tuba, Trombone, Backing Vocals – Craig Klein
- Vocals – Ivory "Wild Man" Holmes*, Kenneth Bruce* (tracks: 4, 10), Mama Efuru (tracks: 4, 10)
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