Performing at the Wychwood Festival in 2009
|Birth name||Justin Alexandra Adams|
|Born||1961 (age 55–56)
Westminster, London, England, UK
|Labels||Wayward, Real World, World Village|
|Associated acts||The Impossible Dreamers
Jah Wobble's Invaders of the Heart
Adams co-wrote the 2005 Robert Plant album Mighty Rearranger, and is a producer. He has worked with Saharan desert blues group Tinariwen, whose first and third albums he produced, Robert Plant's Strange Sensation band, and has collaborated with Brian Eno, Sinéad O'Connor, Lo'Jo and musicians from African, Arabic and Irish traditions.
From 2007, he collaborated with Gambian griot Juldeh Camara (sometimes under the name 'JUJU'), resulting in the albums Soul Science, Tell No Lies (which won a Songlines 'Cross-Cultural Collaboration' award), The Trance Sessions, and In Trance. He also recorded with Ben Mandelson and Lu Edmonds as Les Triaboliques, releasing the album rivermudtwilight (2009). He produced the 2013 Zoom album of Rachid Taha.
Adams and his wife have two children.
- Desert Road (2001), Wayward
- Kin: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (2001), Wayward
- Soul Science (2007), Wayward - Justin Adams & Juldeh Camara
- Tell No Lies (2009), Real World - Justin Adams & Juldeh Camara
- rivermudtwilight (2009), World Village - Les Triaboliques
- The Trance Sessions (2010), Real World - Justin Adams & Juldeh Camara
- In Trance (2011), Real World - JUJU
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- Global Rhythm, Volume 13, Issues 11-12, World Marketing, p. 33
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- "Led Zeppelin legend Robert Plant invites teenager to dance in front of Glastonbury crowds". Bath Chronicle. 3 July 2014. Retrieved 18 October 2014.