Diana Purim began her musical career in 1972, touring with Chick Corea’s Original Return to Forever in the belly of her mother, renowned Brazilian Jazz signer, Flora Purim. She grew up on the road traveling from country to country with her parents, Brazilian Jazz pioneers, Flora Purim and percussionist Airto Moreira.
Krishna, Diana’s childhood friend and husband, is the son of renowned Jazz bassist, Walter Booker, nephew of Wayne Shorter and godson of Herbie Hancock. Credited by Herbie for introducing him to Hip-Hop and to the idea for chart topping track Rockit, featuring GrandMixer D.ST. Krishna began his musical career beat-boxing for Herbie. Many Bodies,
One Mind is a 10 track album full of standout tracks deeply rooted in the love of Jazz, Funk, Brazilian and Latin Fusion. With guest appreances by Airto Moreira who appears on the song Batucada, Herbie Handcock contributed a piano solo on Acordi, George Duke guests on Questions, Justo Almario performs tenor sax and flute on Tombo in 7/4, and Pete Lockett performs on tablas/Indian percussions on Você Não Me Engana.