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Incognito is a British acid jazz group that was spearheaded by Jean-Paul Maunick (also known as Bluey) and Paul "Tubbs" Williams in the late 1970s. The duo worked together on the disco-funk group Light of the World, but they decided to change up the band's lineup and name in 1979. In 1981 the group released their first single "Parisienne Girl" in support of their studio album Jazz Funk; however, they were relatively quiet for the remainder of the decade as members of the group focused on solo projects. In the 1990s the group reemerged onto the scene after being signed by Talkin' Loud. After releasing a cover of Ronnie Laws' "Always There" with vocals from Jocelyn Brown in 1991, the group received a good deal of attention and continued to release music steadily from that point on. In 1992 Maysa Leak joined the band on vocals, and Incognito garnered another hit with their cover of Stevie Wonder's "Don't You Worry 'Bout a Thing." In 1993 the band's fourth album Positivity was one of their most successful to date and was well received across the globe especially in Europe. Over the years Incognito's lineup has changed and featured several different female vocalists as well as other band members. In 2010 Incognito released Live in London: The 30th Anniversary Concert in celebration of the major milestone. Since then they have continued to release forward thinking music and have performed with the likes of Chaka Kahn, Mario Bioni, Leon Ware, and Ursula Rucker.