Incognito - Transatlantic R.P.M

Transatlantic RPM is a stunning album from Incognito, the UK's leading jazz-funk-soul band, to celebrate their 30th anniversary with help from an array of special guests.

Opening track "Lowdown" revisits the Boz Scaggs hit with stand-out vocals from Chaka Khan and Mario Biondi, while Leon Ware sings the string-laden ballad "Line in the Sand". Joy Rose sings "1975", the story of Bluey's introduction to jazz and soul music, and Christian Urich of Tortured Soul takes things in a soulful house direction on "Let's Fall In Love Again". Instrumental "Expresso Madureira" was originally recorded by Brazilian group Banda Black Rio, and Bluey himself closes the album with a rare lead vocal on "Tell Me What To Do".

£9.99

 

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