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Incognito's success is one of the great stories of British music. Formed in 1979 it celebrates over 40 years of positive vibes and Jazz-Funk.
Now, the Incognito story continues to be a unique adventure due to the scope of Top 10 hits and the production and collaboration with R&B icons, powerhouse vocalists, contemporary jazz musicians, multi-instrumentalists and international songwriters such as George Benson or Stevie Wonder.
Incognito's first set, "Jazz Funk", was an instrumental strong tour, with guests including the trumpeters Hugh Masekela, Peter Segona and Claude Deppa, and legendary Jamaican trombonist Vin Gordon.
In 1983, Incognito returned to the studio to record their second album with Jazz-Rock-Fusion influenced sessions.
The record company considered it too much of a stylistic change to be released as Incognito, so they released it as a single album called "Behind the Mask" under the name The Warriors.