I fell in love with this track way back in the '80s when it first came out. I was on a scuba diving holiday in Bermuda when I bought the 'Double Vision' album (on tape cassette) in a music store in the capital, Hamilton - so it always invokes some great memories. Don't you just love the way music can transport you back in time. Double Vision is a 1986 collaboration by Bob James and David Sanborn. The album was a successful smooth jazz release receiving frequent airplay. The track Maputo (a town in Mozambique) was written by Marcus Miller. Look who was on that original album. Only me playing all instruments on my version Bob James: keyboards, synthesizers David Sanborn: saxophone Marcus Miller: bass Steve Gadd: drums Paul Milton Jackson, Jr.: guitar Paulinho Da Costa: percussion


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