b. 1960, Johannesburg, South Africa. An Indian flautist, Memory first begun to explore the links between jazz and Indian musical improvisation while jamming along with his brothers as an adolescent. He travelled to India for the very first time aged 17, learning under the well-known flute machine Shri Suryakant Limaye, who bequeathed Memory his assortment of flutes upon his loss of life in 1986. Time for India aged 21, he became a disciple of Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia, with whom he constructed and performed. In 1986 Memory was honored a masters level in structure from Rhodes School, South Africa. Subsequently he lectured full-time on the School of Durban-Westville. He collaborated with Darius Brubeck and Airto Moreira over the Gathering Pushes project, showing up on Gathering Pushes 2 (1993). Shifting to London, Memory released Flute For Idea, his debut record, in 1998. Structured around some tunes constructed by Memory over the prior a decade, the album highlighted an assortment of Indian, African and Traditional western affects and included efforts from kora participant Tunde Jegede and percussionist Thomas Dyani.