Incognito 35th Anniversary Concert
Updated: Dec 29, 2020
We are delighted to announce that the DVD, Blu Ray and Double CD are available on Amazon.
Out now on earmusic.net
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With guest performances by genre and music companion Mario Biondi, American soul diva Carleen Anderson - Official Artist Page and friends and artists from former and current times like Mo Brandis and Imaani, Incognito plucked out songs from their 17 studio albums for an amazing performance, delivered in style, with passion, with soul and with heart.
The DVD/Blu-ray has something extra... An exclusive Bluey aka Jean-Paul Maunick of Incognito interview. Recorded Live at London‘s O2 Academy Shepherd's Bush.
Mixed and mastered by Mo Hausler at Bluey's Livingston Studios
Photo by Marc Albert Photography
On July 12, 2014, Incognito threw a party that will surely be remembered for years to come. To celebrate the band's 35th anniversary in style, Incognito played a show at London's O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire and invited friends, family and fans to join them for a wild night out.
With guest performances by genre and music companion Mario Biondi, American soul diva Carleen Anderson and friends and artists from former and current times like Mo Brandis and Imaani, Incognito dug up songs from now and then for an amazing performance, delivered in style, with passion, with soul, with heart. The band's greatest hits like their #6 UK single charts success “Always There”, their first single ever “Parisienne Girl” as well as recent songs like “Goodbye To Yesterday”, fan favourites and songs dear to the band are represented on this night to remember. The memorable gig brought the essentials of Incognito, the jazz, blues, funk, soul, latin and dance together for a perfect blend.
The songs are just as surprising on the HD live video as on CD - a great emotional atmosphere where to feel that Incognito loves and lives the music. Embedded with funky grooves and huge soulful voices this music experience will definitely give you goose bumps in its quieter parts and animate you to lose control in the faster ones.
So it's time now to turn up the volume control and dance!