Morgan Heritage includes: Peter Morgan (vocals); Nakhmya " Lukes" Morgan, Mitchum "Khan" Chin (guitar); Dean Fraser (saxophone); Roy "Gramps" Morgan (Fender Rhodes piano, organ); Danny Dennis, Hopeton Hibbert (bass); Shawn Darson (drums); Mr. Mojo (percussion); Una (background vocals).
Producers: Bobby "Digital" Dixon, Morgan Heritage, Phillip Linton.
Personnel: Mr. Mojo (vocals, rap vocals, percussion); Peter Morgan (vocals, background vocals); Paul Crossdale (guitar, piano, organ, keyboards); Dalton Browne, Benji Madden (guitar); Dean Fraser (saxophone, horns); Fluxy (horns, keyboards); Nambo Robinson (horns); Jazzwad (piano, organ); Benjy Myaz (keyboards); Joseph "Steve" Miller, Shaun Darson, Bradley Brown (drums); Bobby "Digital" Dixon, Kirk Bennett (percussion).
DJ: Junior Kelly.
Audio Mixers: Arthur Simms; Rashaan "Cus" Stephens; Bobby "Digital" Dixon; Barry O'Hare.
Audio Remixer: Morgan Heritage.
Recording information: Aarrows Studio, Kingston, Jamaica; Battery Studios, NY; Digital B Studio, Kingston, Jamaica; H.C. And F. Studio, Freeport, L.I.
Photographer: Anderson Ballentyne.
Founded by the sons of reggae singer Denroy Morgan, Morgan Heritage is a contemporary reggae outfit that sticks to a traditional roots-oriented sound as opposed to the dancehall-inflected sounds of many of their contemporaries. THREE IN ONE may find the band dabbling in political platforms and the occasional bid for crossover appeal (such as the collaboration with indie rockers Good Charlotte on "Jump Around"), but for the most part the album sticks to roots reggae and Rastafarian messages. Buoyant grooves and sweet harmonies characterize this enjoyable release from Morgan Heritage.
CMJ (5/12/03, p.9) - "...The Morgan family blends earthy rhythms and a 'one love' Rastafarian message on THREE IN ONE, offering a positive and honest spiritual connection through music..."
Vibe (5/03, p.160) - 3 out of 5 - "...Morgan Heritage stays close to the Marley one-drop tradition....Heritage's crossover gambit demonstrates remarkable craftsmanship..."