Billy Cobham-George Duke-Band

a composition of Billie Cobham from album "Spectrum"

Montreux Jazz festival 1998
Billy Cobham - drums, George Duke- keyboards, Carl Orr - guitar, Stefan Rademacher - bass

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William C. Cobham (born May 16, 1944 in Panama), is a Panamanian American jazz drummer, composer and bandleader, who has called Switzerland home since the late 1970s.[1]
Coming to prominence in the late 1960s and early 1970s with trumpeter Miles Davis and then with Mahavishnu Orchestra, Cobham is, in the words of Steve Huey, "generally acclaimed as fusion's greatest drummer with an influential style that combines explosive power and exacting precision.[1]
George Duke (born 12 January 1946 in San Rafael, California)[1] is a piano and synthesizer pioneer and singer. A multi-talented musician, he has worked with numerous acclaimed artists spanning numerous genres as a recording artist, composer, record producer, professor of music, and music director. He made a name for himself with the album The Jean-Luc Ponty Experience with the George Duke Trio. He is known for his solo work as well as for his collaborations with other musicians, particularly Frank Zappa.

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