Back in 2012, a girl I met on OKCupid from Spain re-introduced me to a band called Jamiroquai, who I'd listened to in the 1990's, but fell off my radar at the turn of the century. After my date, I sat at my piano and started studying Jamiroquai's music. I had spent years playing in jam bands focusing on modal scales, pentatonic blues, and whose most complicated chords were major and minor 7. Jamiroquai took my chords to the 9s, and suddenly, my musical horizons broadened. Also, I started asking myself, if I envisioned my model of a band that 'made it,' what would it be? It would be something like Jamiroquai: number one hits, deep lyrics, worldwide acclaim and notoriety, danceable funky disco songs, legit musicianship, varied instrumentation, and 20 to 100 thousand people attending every show. Within days, I wrote my first Jamiroquai-inspired song. It used minor 9 chords and meaningful lyrics about dating and falling in love. A year later, I formed a Jamiroquai tribute band called Jamiroqueen. At that same time, Jamiroquai visited Mexico, and I saw them live. Jamiroqueen was short lived because I took my trip to spin the world around, and by the time I got back, our lead singer got married and moved away. The bassist was also ready to move on. Dang, besides the keyboards, those were the two hardest spots to fill in a band like Jamiroquai! I was ready to give up, but the universe quickly provided a bass player who nailed the form beyond my wildest dreams, and a singer who looked like a cross between Donna Summer and our logo -- and sounded like a 1970s soul singer! The universe provides! Obviously, the band was meant to carry on. This is a recording of our first performance of the song I wrote some two years before, which gave me the idea to start a band to tribute the genre of Jamiroquai. Two years later, it is here. Nurture all your dreams!