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4.8 out of 5
47 Ratings
47 Ratings
KADossVA ,

Still Fresh After 30 Years

I was thrilled to hear that a Incognito would be releasing another album to commemorate thirty years in music. I eagerly anticipated "Transatlanitc R.P.M." and it certainly does not disappoint. Bluey assembles a terrific group of guest artists including Chaka Khan, Leon Ware, and Maysa to supply vocals. I especially enjoyed the cover of the Boz Scagg's hit "Lowdown", which remains true to the original while adding the unique Incognito sound and great vocals by Chaka Khan and Mario Biondi, as well as the very smooth yet deceptively funky "Your Sun and My Sky", "Line in the Sand", "Gotta", "The Song" which also features vocals by Chaka and Biondi, and "Expresso Madureira". "1975" is charmingly nostalgic. "Life Ain't Nothing But a Good Thing", "Make Room for Love", "Can't Get Enough", and "Tell Me What to Do" are also very strong cuts. The only cut that caused me some reservations was "Everything That We Are' which features rap lyrics by Luck I Am; however, even it grew on me after a couple of listens. This is a great album, which, like many of Incognito's previous efforts will probably be ignored by contemporary urban radio. This is unfortunate because Incognito continues to produce fresh music with impeccable musicianship after 30 years. "Transatlantic R.P.M." is a welcome departure from the dreck that is being played on commercial radio and is easily one of the best albums of the year.

Jermaster ,

Real musicians

Only one pass so far - but it never ceases to amaze me how original, creative and musical Bluey is (and that goes for the entire crew). Keep going Bluey.

The SoulMan of Philly ,

Just Perfect

I can't ask for anything better than this. Chaka, Maysa, Joy Rose , Ursula Rucker, and Mario Biondi make this Incognito magic just perfect.

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