At the beginning it was positivity
Despite releasing their first album in 1981 (“Jazz Funk”), the band’s breakthrough was a decade later when they released “Always There”, a Ronnie Law’s cover, featuring Jocelyn Brown. “Don’t you worry ‘bout a thing”, a Stevie Wonder cover released in 1992 was also a big success, and it quickly became a hit, especially since acid jazz was so popular at that time. Since 1981, Incognito released 15 more albums, but by far the most successful was “Positivity” (1994) which was strongly appreciated all across Europe.
Now it’s searching for the better days
The 2000s were productive years for Incognito band. Each album released during this decade told a different story, had a strong vibe and a funky jazz note that still attracts fans from all around the globe. “Tales from the Beach”, for instance, released in 2008, was written by Bluey on a coastline from Italy, hence the exotic and fascinating tunes.
During the 30 years of existence, Incognito featured different outstanding lead singers, such as Maysa Leak, Jocelyn Brown
, Imaani, or Vanessa Haynes. Still, regardless of the artist holding the microphone on stage, Incognito could always fill a room to the brim. And it still does. They just released their last album, “In Search of Better Days”, and still have big plans for the future.