'Mandrill Live At Montreux Jazz Festival 2002', features the legendary Funk/R&B/Latin/Jazz/Rock band performing a compendium of their greatest hits This one-time-only performance includes such classic hits as "Fencewalk," "Mango Meat," "House of Wood," "Peace and Love" and others.
Mandrill's musical repertoire of more than 16 recordings spans over 25 years of non-stop hits. The music of Mandrill has universal appeal and transcends all musical genres. Mandrill's signature sound can be heard on Grammy-Award-winning and nominated albums by Brandy and Kanye West - Brandy's "Talk About Our Love," produced by and featuring Kanye West from her "Afrodisiac" CD and Kanye West's "Two Words" with Mos Def from Kanye's "College Dropout" CD. The recent and ongoing sampling of Mandrill's tracks by the Black Eyed Peas "Weekends", Nas "Lost Tapes", Tweet and Missy Elliot "We Don't Need No Water", Floetry "Have Faith", Kindred "If I", etc. is a testament to Mandrill's musical brilliance and staying power.
Carlos Wilson - (vocals, guitar, flute, timbales), Lou Wilson - (vocals, congas, trumpet), Ric Wilson - (vocals, percussion, tenor sax), Wolf Wilson - (vocals, percussion, bass), Neftali Santiago - (vocals, drums, percussion), Marc Rey - (lead guitar), Arlan Schierbaum - (B3 organ, synths), Louis Castro - (bass), Keith Barry - (sax, harmonica, viola)