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June 7, 1995 | BILL KOHLHAASE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Incognito has been labeled as everything from pop band to Latin jazz ensemble, from '70s-styled funk crew to an acid-jazz collaboration for the '90s. But the group, which appears tonight at the Galaxy Concert Theatre, is best defined in terms of its leader, guitarist-vocalist-composer Jean Paul (Bluey) Maunick. Over the course of the ensemble's 16-year history and its five albums, Bluey, as he prefers to be known, has explored his own musical passions, passions that embrace all those categories.
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June 7, 1995 | BILL KOHLHAASE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Incognito has been labeled as everything from pop band to Latin jazz ensemble, from '70s-styled funk crew to an acid-jazz collaboration for the '90s. But the group, which appears tonight at the Galaxy Concert Theatre, is best defined in terms of its leader, guitarist-vocalist-composer Jean Paul (Bluey) Maunick. Over the course of the ensemble's 16-year history and its five albums, Bluey, as he prefers to be known, has explored his own musical passions, passions that embrace all those categories.
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March 3, 1995 | ZAN STEWART, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Drummer Jeff Hamilton, who has been a steady member of ensembles led by Ray Brown since 1978, leaves the bassist's trio on Sunday, at the conclusion of the band's six-night stand at Catalina Bar & Grill in Hollywood. "I felt it was time to embark on musical ideas of my own," said Hamilton, before Tuesday's rousing first set with Brown and pianist Benny Green at Catalina's.
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June 9, 1995 | BILL KOHLHAASE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
"Born a generation too late." It's a common complaint for those who find that modern times just don't measure up to the good old days. And the sentiment could certainly apply to Jean Paul (Bluey) Maunick, the leader of pop-funk band Incognito. Maunick makes no bones about his admiration for the funk music of the mid-'70s, specifically that of Stevie Wonder, Roberta Flack and Earth, Wind & Fire.
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