Don't You Worry 'Bout a Thing - Incognito

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Everybody's got a thing
But some don't know how to handle it
Always reachin' out in vain
Just taking the things not worth havin'

But don't you worry 'bout a thing
Don't you worry 'bout a thing (Don't you worry, baby)
'Cause I'll be standing on the side when you check it out

They say your style of life's a drag
And that you must go other places
Just don't you feel too bad
When you get fooled by smiling faces


When you get off your trip
Don't you worry 'bout a thing
Don't you worry 'bout a thing


Everybody needs a change
A chance to check out the new
You're the only one who see
The changes you take yourself through

Don't you worry 'bout a thing
Don't you worry 'bout a thing (Sweet baby)
'Cause I'll be standin' in the wings when you check it out

Don't you worry 'bout a thing
Don't you worry 'bout a thing
Don't worry, don't worry, don't worry 'Cause I'll be right here waitin' for you baby

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There are multiple artists called Incognito:

1. An acid jazz project by Jean-Paul "Bluey" Maunick with deep roots in the 1970's jazz/funk/fusion world (active from 1979 to present) See below 1. for their discography.

2. A smooth jazz online group from Tupelo Records / IODA. No other information found about this unregistered band ("Buy at Insound" link is broken). They released similar or exactly the same title tunes/logo as the other Incognito above. (See below for details)

3. A Rock/Pop band who released album Four (2007) from Aero Music

4. A blues rock band from Vancouver. Album releases include Blues Alive! (1995) and Bitter Sweet (1999).

5. A drum & bass producer/DJ from Nelson, New Zealand.

Incognito are a British band, widely regarded as one of the key members of the acid jazz movement. Their first album, Jazz Funk, was released in 1981, with 13 further albums following, the last of which, Transatlantic RPM, was released in July 2010.
Throughout the band's history, it has been led and driven by composer, producer, guitarist and singer Jean-Paul "Bluey" Maunick. Other notable guest singers are Leon Ware, Chaka Khan, Mario Biondi, Maysa, Jocelyn Brown and Carleen Anderson.

The band has had intermittent success in the singles charts, with their breakthrough hit a version of the Ronnie Laws tune "Always There", featuring Jocelyn Brown. They have also been a favourite of various re-mixers, including Masters At Work, David Morales, Roger Sanchez and Jazzanova, and have released three albums consisting almost entirely of remixes.
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Albums - see Incognito Releases
* 1981 Jazz Funk
* 1991 Inside Life
* 1992 Tribes, Vibes And Scribes
* 1993 Positivity
* 1995 100° and Rising
(* 1995 100゚ And Rising +1)
* 1996 Beneath The Surface
* 1999 No Time Like The Future
* 2001 Life, Stranger Than Fiction
* 2003 Who Needs Love
* 2004 Adventures in Black Sunshine
* 2005 Eleven
* 2006 Bees + Things + Flowers
* 2008 Tales From The Beach
* 2010 Transatlantic RPM

Popular songs
* Everyday
* Roots
* Talkin' Loud

2. Not only this Smooth Jazz band shares same band name, they have a song called "Millenium"(2006) that is exactly same title (intentionally misspelled) as the other Incognito's (Jazz Funk) song on their album "100° and Rising"(1995), plus the logo resembles in font. The title "Every Day"(2006) on the album Street Smarts exactly alike in titles (when read) with the other Incognito's famous tune "Everyday"(1995). They are often tagged totec radio. Also mis-tagged by fans as bluey where there's no link to Jean-Paul "Bluey" Maunick himself. r00ts & t4lk1n l0ud tags also used, that could mislead fans to the Bluey's famous tunes like "Roots" & "Talkin' Loud".
Most of the album below are about 30 minutes short and they all released by Tupelo Records There are 3 more albums released by this band(Tupelo Records)
* 2005 Make Or Break
* 2006 Millenium
* 2006 Street Smarts
* 2008 Only the Truth Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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