After the Storm is the second album by jazz guitarist Norman Brown, released in 1994 on Motown Records.
The album peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Jazz Albums chart and No. 21 on the Billboard Top Soul Albums chart. After the Storm was also certified Gold in the US by the RIAA.
The Earth, Wind & Fire Horns section of saxophonist Gary Bias, trumpeter Raymond Lee Brown and trombonist Reggie Young played on the album.
Brown covered For the Love of You by The Isley Brothers, Any Love by Luther Vandross and Janet Jackson's That's The Way Love Goes upon the album.
After the Storm won a Soul Train Award in the category of Best Jazz Album.
- Acoustic Guitar - Norman Brown
- Arranged By – Crayge Lindesay, Land Richards, Norman Brown
- Arranged By [Horn Arrangement] – Norman Brown
- Arranged By [Vocal Arrangement] – Crayge Lindesay, DeNetria Champ, Lynne Fiddmont/Lindsey, Norman Brown, Steve McKeever
- Art Direction – Jonathan Clark
- Backing Vocals – Lynne Fiddmont-Lindsey, Norman Brown, Arnold McCuller, Baby Lee, Bridgette B. Bryant-Fiddmont, DeNetria Champ
- Bass - George Lopez, James Manning, Freddie Washington, Larry Kimpel
- Composer - Norman Brown, Janet Jackson, James Harris III & Terry Lewis, Luther Vandross, Marcus Miller, Chris Jasper, Ernie Isley, Marvin Isley, Kelly Isley, Ronald Isley, Rudolph Isley
- Design [Graphic Design] – Shauna Woods
- Drums - Ricky Lawson, Land Richards, Alonzo "Scotter" Powell
- Engineer [Assistant] – Nazeeh Islam, Richard Huredia
- Executive-Producer – Steve McKeever
- Mastered By – Bernie Grundman
- Mixed By – Brant Biles, Malcolm Cecil, Ralph Sutton, Robert Margouleff
- Photography By – James R. Minchin III
- Producer – Norman Brown
- Recorded By – Ralph Sutton
- Recorded By [Additional Recording] – Brant Biles, Robert Margouleff
- Rhythm Guitar - Norman Brown
- Written-By – Les Colter, Norman Brown