Category Archives: DEFAULT

8 thoughts on “ Le Lis - Billy Cobham - Spectrum

  1. First released on October 1, on Atlantic Produced for Bilham Cobly Productions, Inc. Recorded at Electric Lady Studios, New York. An Atlantic & Atco Remaster Series release/5(2).
  2. Jun 06,  · Even the title song and "Le Lis" which are more jazz tunes with brass and flute (and do not include Tommy) blend fabulously with the fusion songs, making this a wonderful album! Billy's friend from The Mahavishnu Orchestra, Jan Hammer is spectacular on the keyboards, and all band members do fantastic work. Now, let's get to Billy himself/5(81).
  3. Listen free to Billy Cobham – Spectrum (Quadrant 4, Searching For The Right Door and more). 10 tracks (). Recorded in three days at Jimi's studio, Electric Lady, in NYC. For those who are guitarist-minded, this featured the amazing pyrotechnics of the late Tommy Bolin. The band on the electric tracks also included Cobham's Mahavishnu Orchestra compatriot Jan Hammer and bassist Lee Sklar.
  4. Dec 31,  · Spectrum Billy Cobham Fusion ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Anxiety 5 Taurian Matador 6 Stratus 7 To the Women In My Life 8 Le Lis 9 Snoopy's Search 10 Red Baron 10 Songs, 37 Minutes Also Available in iTunes More By Billy Cobham See All. Crosswinds Rudiments: The Billy Cobham Released on: January 01,
  5. Spectrum is the debut solo album by jazz fusion drummer Billy Cobham. The album was heavily influenced by the music of Miles Davis, with whom Cobham had previously collaborated extensively, and Cobham's previous band Mahavishnu classical.daimurozolozuruzulkirr.infoinfo: Jazz fusion.
  6. Watch the video for Le Lis from Billy Cobham's Spectrum for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Watch the video for Le Lis from Billy Cobham's Spectrum for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube. Playback options.
  7. Apr 17,  · An album that got me into progressive jazz/funk in high school. The title track just rocks, with Ron Carter just laying down that relentless bass line and the incredibly exceptional Tommy Bolin who died way too early. i'm not a big fan of Cobham's later solo work but this ranks amongst my favorite of the genre and time period/5().

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *