Nel 1998 is required in the global music scene on the third working Jamiroquai, Travelling Without Moving. The evolution of the soul music of the band brings to worlds dance-funk music that shift attention and commercial (the best-selling). Many victories (un Grammy Award, 4 MTV Awards) and records sold (triple platinum in the UK) as so many big hits: We start with Virtual Insanity, definitely one of the most popular individual in the entire history of the Jamiroquai themes reflective about the direction the world and an award-winning video featuring the dance of Jay Kay; Cosmic Girl, Alright e High Times are pieces that make up the roaring engine of the "Ferrari English", winking at the dance years 70.
This album is perhaps fortunate, however, the crossroads of the future: the fruits of wealth and success inevitably change the themes of the songs and the same Jay Kay that rises to the undisputed leader of Jamiroquai. The great commercial success should not be thinking about this album as obvious and trivial, tutt’altro: the beautiful Travelling Without Moving is perhaps one of the songs played live, able to dazzle fans on a journey – motionless – , faster than ever; note are the two instrumental songs Digital Vibration e Didjerama, that combine ethnic dijeridoo of Wallis Buchanan with low Stuart Zender creating a particular atmosphere.
The third album is the beginning of a new road that will give a lot of success with Jamiroquai with the creation of that trademark dance pop that condirà also future work, allowing the band to embrace a much wider audience.
Songs and lyrics:
- Virtual Insanity
- Cosmic Girl
- Use The Force
- High Times
- Drifting Along
- Didjital Vibrations
- Travelling Without Moving
- You Are My Love
- Spend A Lifetime
- Do You Know Where You’re Coming From?
Note: Didjerama and Didjital Vibrations are instrumentals.