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Album Review

On 100 Degrees and Rising, the pioneering acid house outfit, Incognito, turn in another first-rate record, featuring their trademark mixture of jazz, soul, and funk. There's not much to distinguish 100 Degrees from their previous handful of records, but the band is smooth, accomplished, and deep, finding new variations on their trademark sound.

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All hail the string section of disco years past

One of the things we buried with disco was orchestral strings in pop music. It had gotten out of hand and the world did something about it. Good riddance. But wait. Along comes Simon Hale who re-writes the book on string arrangements, updating them to work with the likes of Incognito and Jamiroquai. Hale's work on this album and on Jamiroquai's Travelling Wthout Moving, heralded the return of string arrangements and made them cool again. As a result, this Incognito record, among the 30 years of studio recording for that fine UK ensemble, stands out as the most stylistically unique. The title track is a particularly effective blend of R&B with the string sound, supported by a wonderfully penned melody. A must have for Incognito fans and a fine update to the sound we left behind in 1979.


Genre: Jazz

An acid jazz project with surprisingly deep roots in the 1970s jazz/funk/fusion world, Incognito were originally formed by Jean-Paul Maunick (aka Bluey) and Paul "Tubbs" Williams. Both were leaders of the late-'70s disco-funk group Light of the World, who scored several moderate British hits, including a cover of "I Shot the Sheriff." Just after the release of Light of the World's third LP (Check Us Out), Maunick and Williams shifted the lineup slightly and renamed the conglomeration Incognito. A...
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