Anyone who kicks off an album with an opening salvo that sounds as if it could have been on Paul Simon’s Graceland is someone I want to know a lot more about. But as “Joy Ride”‘s Afro-beats and intricate rhythms paint multi-hued sonic patterns before the listener, it is hard to make any other comparison. It’s a brilliant opener and the perfect way to start a musical dialogue between artist and listener…

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