The outcome from the 1992 annual weeklong recording sessions at Peter Gabriel’s REAL LIFE studio in Wiltshire, Britain, the Jam Nation project was made by Tag Rutherford (b. 14 Apr 1961, London, Britain) and John Gosling (b. 11 January 1963, Brighton, Sussex, Britain), previously most widely known for their are dance music DJs and remixers. As is usually customary at these classes, musicians from around the world came collectively for the very first time and, collaborating in a variety of combinations, documented an recording over a week. The musicians included ranged from users of UK rings Galliano and Globe Party, for an er-hu (two-stringed Chinese language fiddle) participant, percussionists from Burkina Faso, Africa as well as the all-female string quartet, the Elektra Strings, in addition to debutant vocalist Cleo Torres (b. Sept 1968, London, Britain). The effect, Way LISTED BELOW Buffalo Hell, became varied, experimental and, apart from several over-heated rock acoustic guitar workouts, entertaining. Even though basic audio was dance-orientated, Rutherford and Gosling added numerous unlikely cross-cultural mixtures of devices and voices, providing the recording a multi-layered quality. Especially amazing was the starting ‘First Period’, offering South African reggae celebrity Lucky Dube performing inside a hitherto unheard soulful falsetto. ‘She Relocated Through The Good’, a normal Irish folk track, was interpreted to add sultry vocals from cellist Caroline Lavelle, a Chinese language harp, a reggae baseline, and grasp jazz drummer Billy Cobham, and ‘Harmonix’ presented Canadian vocalist Jane Siberry carrying out more than a haunting, echo-laden dance monitor that shows the lyre-like Nyatiti, performed by Kenya’s Ayub Ogada.