Kamahl is the name which, for four decades, has identified the music and unique voice of a man who is one of the most sensational recording stars in Australian history.
He always swam against the tide, acquiring along the way a reputation for toughness and arrogance which was a shield against the feelings of racial inferiority which have haunted him throughout his life.
He cheerfully took career gambles as few others have done, audaciously hiring the London Palladium to star himself, twice playing carnegie Hall in New York, and arriving as an unknown in Europe with a hit about an elephant that made him a star there.
This book is an insight into his thoughts over his career, the way he views the world today and a life of highs and lows and how he has survived them. This is what he has learned along the way...