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Jamie Cullum interviews Brit Funk legend Bluey about his incredible career.

Jamie Cullum plays an hour of his favourite jazz, ranging from its heritage to its future.

This week, Jamie interviews guitarist, bandleader and composer Jean-Paul “Bluey” Maunick on his incredible career, from forming British Funk band Light Of The World to leading the legendary Acid Jazz ensemble Incognito.

He also chats about working with the likes of Stevie Wonder and Terry Callier as well as his life touring as a musician all over the world.

57 minutes

Music Played

  • Jimmy Smith

    Stay Loose

    • Stay Loose.
    • Verve Records.
  • Eugene Blacknell & The Savonics

    Jump Back

    • Clara Records.
  • Madeleine Peyroux

    We Might As Well Dance

    • Anthem.
    • UMG.
  • Bluey Interview

    • The Blackbyrds

      Rock Creek Park

      • City Life.
      • Fantasy.
    • Incognito

      Parisienne Girl

      • Jazz Funk.
      • EMI Music Distribution / Parlophone.
    • Incognito

      Still A Friend Of Mine

      • Positivity.
      • TALKIN' LOUD.
    • Tom Misch & De La Soul

      It Runs Through Me

      • Geography.
      • Beyond The Groove.
  • Sun Ra

    Magic City Blue

    • Days of Happiness.
    • SATURN.
  • Fatima

    Caught In A Lie

    • And Yet It's All Love.
    • Eglo Records.
  • Bill Evans


    • Sunday at the Village Vanguard.
    • Riverside Records.


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