14 Songs, 1 Hour 5 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
60 Ratings

60 Ratings

Mac184me ,

Their Back

Prefect timing with warm weather coming, always nice to have them playing in the back ground when you are just chilling

KADossVA ,

Not Quite "Surreal" But It is Very, Very Good

After more than 30 years, Incognito continues to produce excellent music. Their latest release,"Surreal", is another solid effort blending funk, jazz, and R&B into that unique Incognito "sound" - rich musicianship and warm vocals. While all of the songs are quite good, "The Less You Know", "Above the Night", "Don't Break Me Down", "The Way You Love", and "Thoughtful Fantasies" are particularly strong efforts. I have been a fan of Incognito for a number of years and "Surreal" may not be groundbreaking (or even "Surreal") but it is another very good recording by a group that unfortunately does not receive the acclaim or airplay it deserves (In fact, where is Incognito's "iTunes Essentials"?).

Smoozer19 ,

This is "Grown Folks Music" at it

Their are many true to life and love infuenced songs on this CD that will give you food for thought. Like: "The Less You Know", "Above The Night", and "Dont Wanna Know". I also dig the Bassanova song "The Stars from Here". But ofcourse the two Instrumentals (Rivers on the Sun, and Thoughtful Fantasies) are my favorite. These two are classics.The sweet sounding rhythms along with meaningful lyrics make "Surreal" well worth the time and money spent listening to it. All the new singers and musicians did a wery good job. Maysa, you are so smooth and classy. Francis Hylton bass is nice as always. Matt Cooper's keyboard is solid. Horns terrific. Bluey nobody quite puts it all together like you. (Lil Sid).

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