What is in a song? Why is it that we connect to music? These are questions that the founder of Incognito, Jean-Paul Bluey" Maunick has asked himself for the past several years.
The UK-based band has returned with the release of Tales from the Beach (Heads Up, 2008). There are many layers to the Incognito's music, representing a celebration of music and life, both in and out of the studio. Make no mistake: this pursuit of happiness through music is more than an occupational mantra; for the members of Incognito, it is a lifestyle.
AAJ Contributor Katrina-Kasey Wheeler spoke with Bluey about the legacy of acid jazz, the challenges of being heard in a changing landscape, and the power of music to educate and to heal.
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