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Best of Incognito

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Album Review

The greatest hits of Jean-Paul "Bluey" Maunick's dream band are compiled on this Blue Thumb release. The Best of Incognito features the acid jazz and funk that kicked off the funk jazz scene in the United Kingdom and chronicles their biggest hits. Included is the hot dance groove "Everyday" from the album 100° and Rising and the killer cover "Don't You Worry About a Thing by Stevie Wonder from Tribes, Vibes and Scribes. Selections from seven of Incognito's great CDs and a bonus track featured on the Japanese version of No Time Like the Future make up this choice set for dancing, grooving, or just relaxing.

Customer Reviews

Ace

Incognito at their best, strong jazz influences surrounded by phenomenal soul undertones. A wonderful album to just kick back and enjoy

Biography

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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