Personnel: Kevin Anthony Jackson (vocals); Mikey Chung (guitar, bass); Dalton Browne (guitar, background vocals); Winston Bopee (guitar); Dean Fraser (saxophone); Benji Myaz, Christopher Birch, Bowie McLaughlin (keyboards); Mikey Fletcher (bass); Paul Kastic, Rohan Dyer (drums); Alvin Houghton (percussion); Paul Linney Murray, Carrol Dexter, Sherida Sharpe, Kevin Jackson (background vocals).
Producers: Dean Fraser, Kevin Anthony Jackson.
Engineers include: Richard Browne, John John, Dean Fraser.
Personnel: Sanchez (vocals, background vocals); Dalton Browne (guitar, background vocals); Winston Bopee, Mikey Chung (guitar); Dean Fraser (saxophone); Christopher Birch, Benjy Myaz, Carroll "Bowie" McLaughlin (keyboards); Rohan Dyer, Paul Kastick (drums); Sharpe Sherida, Carol Dexter (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Richard Browne; John John; John St. John .
Recording information: King Jammy's Recording; Main Street Studio; Music Works Studios.
Editors: Paul Shields; Joel Chin.
Photographer: William Richards.
Arrangers: Dean Fraser; Mikey Chung; Sanchez.
Who Is This Man introduces yet another category to reggae, "reggae gospel." Consisting of a potion of gospel, a dash of soul, and a reggae base, this music is as addictive as traditional reggae. Sanchez's healing, honey-coated voice wins you over even if you're not a gospel fan. The title track flows with irresistible reggae harmonies and "The Christian Life" layers Sanchez's pure, spirit-filled vocals over strains of roots reggae. "Praying Time" and "Wonderful Child" also provide fast-paced, bouncy reggae beats but the rest of the tunes are much closer to straight gospel. Still, reggae and gospel fans alike will find much to enjoy with this album. ~ Rosalind Cummings-Yeates