Mihra's internal mandate: The
forgotten interface between a creator's human and property rights
Vocalist, guitar and double bass player, Mihra Director Roger
Bunn, worked with dance
orchestras, blues bands and jazz groups, including the original Blue Notes from South Africa and the
Spontaneous Music Ensemble. In 1968 David Bowie
pirated Roger's classic "Life is a Circus".
He worked on a number of other projects, among them recordings with Marianne Faithfull, Billy Idol, Roxy Music, Pete Brown, Zoot Money, Peggy Seeger, and recording his solo 69 album Piece of Mind with the Dutch
National Metropole Orchestra.
The first collaboration between a UK featured artist and European cartel
production and is to be re-released in 2005 along with the most unusual booklet
in the music industry. Although it took him 20 years to remember that he had jammed with
Jimi Hendrix. In the early 90s, Roger founded "Jazz Against Apartheid"
and co-ordinated sports sanction campaigns for the Anti
Apartheid Movement and the African National Congress.
(Due to forwarding a UK
Government investigation into the monitoring, collation, collection and reward
conduits. - He is currently Director in absentia of Pamra - The Performing Artists Music Rights