A future folk fusion masterpiece mostly recorded in live sessions, it features the now legendary likes of: Roy Levari on sitar, DJ Snifta on Bass, Mutinda on guitar and vocals and of course the Doctor Inspekta Himself on Chivoti (flute) and vocals amongst others.
Recorded in a handful of informal live sessions during 2004. The album was produced by Harvey Herr a.k.a Gearz and released by B.K.S.P. on CD in a custom A4 foldout cover in 2005 in a single run, but never online. It contained the soundtrack for the Nation Media's 2004 "save a life" famine relief campaign that ran on national television. The music fuses traditional Percussion and instruments with guitar, bass, and keys.Each song was tracked live without any overdubbing except on the songs “My Blackness” and “Too Much Respect I Give.” Certain tracks were completely improvised on the spot whilst others were rehearsed just a few times before being recorded. The focus of the musicians was to play together as best as possible which gives each of these improvised songs a unique energy that is evidently different from other approaches of music making.
releases December 1, 2022
Vocals and Chivoti (flute) – Doc. Insp. Rootsman Jamo
Lead guitar – Tom Herr
Bass – Sergio Tamagnini
Additional guitar and vocals – Mutinda
Sitar – Roy Levari
Iskuti – Bernard Lumiti
Djembe - Max Van Wageningen
Keys – Nordin Bin Khalid Freisen
Additional Guitar – Monari Ogari