(DON'T WORRY) IF THERE'S A
HELL BELOW, WE'RE ALL GOING TO GO
"Later on in the afternoon, he plays me a new song, 'Revolution'. It's an outrageous, everything-but-the-kitchen-sink production,
where hurtling layers of horns, strings, military snare fills, flutes and funky fuzz-bass pile one on top of the other, while Jamiroquai cries,
in that voice that has already become almost as much of a trademark as that of his most obvious influence, Stevie Wonder.
"Sometimes I think that music is the only chance we have for a revolution," he comments. It's another naive statement, but he means it:
music has liberated him from the run-of-the-mill in the past year, so for him it has worked. I tell him that the feel of 'Revolution' reminds me of Curtis Mayfield's '(Don't Worry) If There's A Hell Below, We're All Going To Go', but Jamiroquai looks blank, leaving it to his drummer to
nod in agreement. If he's really ripping off the funky originals, how come he doesn't know a classic like that?" (From the UK magazine NME)