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Olivier
February 14th 2019
Encore un super moment avec Incognito_World
Paris, France@
New Morning
Josh
September 25th 2018
Incredible
London, United Kingdom@
Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club
Rob
September 23rd 2018
Brilliant event as always
London, United Kingdom@
Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club
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About Citrus Sun

Some of you might be surprised to know, that 'People of Tomorrow' was the second Citrus Sun album. The first album 'Another Time, Another Space' was released in Japan and then globally in 2001 that featured the Incognito rhythm section and UK virtuoso's Jim Mullen on guitar and Dominic Glover on trumpet. 'People Of Tomorrow' was a renewal of that relationship.

Citrus Sun is a project born of the producer Jean-Paul 'Bluey' Maunick's love of guitarist Jim Mullen's playing and the desire to be a part of a band with him. They have collaborated on several projects including Terry Callier and Mario Biondi.

The obvious differences between Incognito and this project is that though it features vocalists such as Valerie Etienne on some tracks, it is mostly instrumental.

Citrus Sun features the sole trumpet reminiscent of the late Donald Byrd as opposed to Incognito's full section sound. There is a cool Latin Jazz flavour on some of the cuts.

The distinctive sound of Jim Mullen's thumbing guitar brings a tonal quality that is very different to Incognito, but at times it is obvious that this is the Incognito rhythm section and for that we make no excuses, but rather celebrate the fact that this is an extended project by the same band.

Current Incognito members, and they were vital to the sound of their albums. Bluey's friends and production partners Mo Hausler and Richard Bull complete the team.

Bluey is constantly being asked by Incognito fans worldwide to make more instrumentals. This project is a way for him to feed this demand which gives him great pleasure.

The Citrus Sun is rising, come catch the sunshine!
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Genres:
Acid Jazz, R&b/soul, Jazz Fusion, Smooth Jazz, Rnb-soul, Latin Jazz, Funk, Jazz, Soul
Band Members:
Joao Caetano (per), Francesco Mendolia (ds), Rega Dauna (hca), Jean-Paul Bluey Maunick (gt/vb), Graham Harvey (keys), Dominic Glover (tr), Jim Mullen (gt), Valerie Etienne (vo), Francis Hylton (bs), Francisco Sales (gt)
Hometown:
London, United Kingdom

No upcoming shows
Send a request to Citrus Sun to play in your city
Request a Show

Live Photos of Citrus Sun

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Fan Reviews

Olivier
February 14th 2019
Encore un super moment avec Incognito_World
Paris, France@
New Morning
Josh
September 25th 2018
Incredible
London, United Kingdom@
Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club
Rob
September 23rd 2018
Brilliant event as always
London, United Kingdom@
Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club
View More Fan Reviews

About Citrus Sun

Some of you might be surprised to know, that 'People of Tomorrow' was the second Citrus Sun album. The first album 'Another Time, Another Space' was released in Japan and then globally in 2001 that featured the Incognito rhythm section and UK virtuoso's Jim Mullen on guitar and Dominic Glover on trumpet. 'People Of Tomorrow' was a renewal of that relationship.

Citrus Sun is a project born of the producer Jean-Paul 'Bluey' Maunick's love of guitarist Jim Mullen's playing and the desire to be a part of a band with him. They have collaborated on several projects including Terry Callier and Mario Biondi.

The obvious differences between Incognito and this project is that though it features vocalists such as Valerie Etienne on some tracks, it is mostly instrumental.

Citrus Sun features the sole trumpet reminiscent of the late Donald Byrd as opposed to Incognito's full section sound. There is a cool Latin Jazz flavour on some of the cuts.

The distinctive sound of Jim Mullen's thumbing guitar brings a tonal quality that is very different to Incognito, but at times it is obvious that this is the Incognito rhythm section and for that we make no excuses, but rather celebrate the fact that this is an extended project by the same band.

Current Incognito members, and they were vital to the sound of their albums. Bluey's friends and production partners Mo Hausler and Richard Bull complete the team.

Bluey is constantly being asked by Incognito fans worldwide to make more instrumentals. This project is a way for him to feed this demand which gives him great pleasure.

The Citrus Sun is rising, come catch the sunshine!
Show More
Genres:
Acid Jazz, R&b/soul, Jazz Fusion, Smooth Jazz, Rnb-soul, Latin Jazz, Funk, Jazz, Soul
Band Members:
Joao Caetano (per), Francesco Mendolia (ds), Rega Dauna (hca), Jean-Paul Bluey Maunick (gt/vb), Graham Harvey (keys), Dominic Glover (tr), Jim Mullen (gt), Valerie Etienne (vo), Francis Hylton (bs), Francisco Sales (gt)
Hometown:
London, United Kingdom

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