Interview: Incognito, acid jazz

Bluey, born Jean-Paul Maunick, is originally from the Indian Ocean island nation of Mauritius. He spent most of his childhood there before moving to the UK. He has led the acid jazz band Incognito since he formed it in 1979.  The band has gone on to produce 15 studio albums, while Bluey has worked as a producer with George Benson, Maxi Priest, Terry Callier and has worked collaboratively with Stevie Wonder. Bluey and Incognito will be performing this Thursday, Oct. 27,  at the Cobb Energy Center. INtown caught up with Bluey, who answered questions about the band and his creative process.

Interview with Bluey, Incognito on Atlanta INtown

 

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