Tito, my dad, who died 10 years ago, made his deviant path - from Kampala Uganda to Cornwall England (and many places in between) - with a spirit of creative romantic anarchy.
His life was complicated. It wasn't always great but sometimes it was amazing. He struggled to be what he wanted to be in opposition a social system that tries to crush us.
But he made great music. He touched peoples souls.
Here is a snapshot of his life. A 1987 documentary.
It is a partial, refracted, contradictory (I guess it could not have been otherwise) but does tell some part of an amazing story that was his life.
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