Though an often fierce and spirited alto saxophonist, Robin Kenyatta enjoyed a fairly uneven career, especially with regards to recordings. His greatest material is at the hard bop and free of charge vein, where his solos had been both extreme and imaginative. Additional times he performed more contemporary materials that was over-produced and rather unmemorable. Kenyatta used Costs Dixon in the middle-’60s, and was highlighted during a number of NY concerts Dixon co-sponsored known as “The October Trend in Jazz.” He documented using the Jazz Composer’s Orchestra, Roswell Rudd, Sonny Stitt, Dixon, Archie Shepp, and Barry Mls in the middle- and past due ’60s, before proceeding his own rings. Kenyatta documented with Alan Silva and Andrew Hill in the ’70s. Through the past due ’70s, he flirted with instrumental pop; in the ’80s and ’90s he attempted to discover a comfortable middle surface between fusion, instrumental pop, and his hard bop and free of charge music root base. Kenyatta documented for Vortex/Atlantic, ECM, ITM and Jazz Dance.