Billy Cobham, Spectrum, 1973
Back in 1973, while still in the Mahavishnu Orchestra, Billy Cobham made a really wise business decision. He had some compositions he wanted played. Feeling they would be better appreciated outside of Mahavishnu, Billy gathered Jan Hammer and some other fine players and recorded one of fusion music's classic albums, Spectrum. Cobham's decision led to a very lucrative decade for him as the success of his first release laid the groundwork for several other well-received albums and tours.~ Walter Kolosky

Billy Cobham - Drums (1-6) & Drums, Electronics (solos on '#.a'), Tommy Bolin - Guitar (1, 3.b, 4, 6.b), Jan Hammer - Electric piano, Moog synthesizer, Acoustic piano (not on 2.b) (1, 2.b, 3.b, 4, 5.b, 6.b), Lee Sklar - Bass guitar (1, 3.b, 4, 6.b), Joe Farrell - Soprano sax (2.b) & Alto sax (5.b), Jimmy Owens - Flugelhorn (2.b, 5.b) & Trumpet (5.b), John Tropea - Guitar (5.b), Ron Carter - Acoustic bass (2.b, 5.b), Ray Barretto - Congas (2.b, 5.b)



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