Take 6: Alvin Chea, Cedric Dent, Joel Kibble, Mark Kibble, Claude V. McKnight, III, David Thomas (vocals).Additional personnel includes: Brian McKnight (vocals, various instruments); Victor & Cedric Caldwell (various instruments); Paul Jackson, Jr, Sheldon Reynolds (guitar); Cleto Escobedo, Gerald Albright (saxophone); Ray Brown, Oscar Brashear (trumpet, flugelhorn); Reggie Young (trombone); Ann King, Les Pierce (horns); Dee-Dee Holt (drums); Raphael Padilla (percussion).Producers: Brian McKnight, Les Pierce, Victor & Cedric Caldwell, David Thomas. Engineers include: Les Pierce, Chris Wood. BROTHERS won the 1998 Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Soul Gospel Album. "You Don't Have To Be Afraid" was nominated for a 1998 Grammy Award for Best R & B Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal. Personnel: Take 6 (vocals, background vocals); Claude McKnight, David Thomas, Joey Kibble, Mark Kibble, Brian McKnight (vocals); Paul Jackson, Paul Jackson, Jr. , Sheldon Reynolds (guitar); Cleto Escobedo (saxophone, horns); Gerald Albright (saxophone); Oscar Brashear, Ray Brown (trumpet, flugelhorn); Reggie C. Young (trombone); Les Pierce, Anna King (horns); Dee Dee Holt (drums); Rafael Padilla (percussion).Audio Mixer: Jon Gass. Recording information: Aire La Studio; Backroom Recording Studio, Glendale, CA; Father's Image; Tribe Sound. Photographer: David Roth. Arrangers: Ced C; Vic C.; Mark Kibble; Take 6; Victor Caldwell; Cedric Caldwell. Take 6 faces the classic problem for an act that crosses genres - in their case from gospel to R & B - to retain what makes them so effective in their original field (and keep their original audience) while expanding their scope beyond it. They owed their original impact to the awe they inspired as six a cappella singers, and so revitalized gospel. That was on their first, million-selling album; by their third, they had added instruments and taken a more conventional approach. Here, on their fourth, they fell between chairs, with Brian Mc.