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Studio Album, released in 1985

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Mozaik (5:07)
2. Red and Yellow Cabriolet (5:12)
3. Slow Body Poppin' (5:24)
4. Unknown Jeromes (4:25)
5. The Dancer (5:19)
6. Stratus (4:34)
7. Come Join Me (5:40)
8. Go for It! (4:35)


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Line-up / Musicians

- Billy Cobham / percussion, drums, producer

- Dean Brown / guitar
- Gerry Etkins / keyboards
- Baron Browne / bass
- Sa Davis / percussion

Releases information

Artwork: Andy Baltimore and Dan Serrano with Ricardo Betancourt (photo)

LP GRP ‎- GRP-A-1020 (1985, US)

CD GRP ‎- GRD-9528 (1985, US)
CD Eagle Records ‎- EAMCD054 (1998, Europe) Remastered (?)

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Review by Gatot
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3 stars It's a pity that no one has ever reviewed this very decent album by Billy Cobham which I consider worth collecting for couple of reasons. First off, it has a very good composition that you might not realize that it's written by a drummer - an excellent drummer, in fact. I have known Billy Cobham long time ago since 70s when he made 'Spectrum' album where he recruited Tommy Bolin of Deep Purple fame to fill-up he guitar work. The compositions he wrote here in this album has very good melody line typically demonstrated through keyboards and/or piano work. The best melody is basically the second track 'Red and Yellow Cabriolet' which has keyboard as melody maker of the song. Billy has proved himself that he is not just a drummer but also an excellent composer! In addition to that, the music has very good dynamics in almost every single track except the slow one 'Slow Body Poppin' '. Most importantly the whole album moves beautifully from start to end and it forms a cohesive whole. Yes, it has a solid structural integrity so that the music sounds like an album not a collection of songs.

Second, you can enjoy the beauty of Billy's drumming style even though he does not perform any drum solo work like he did with his previous album 'A Funky Thide of Sings'. He does solo work as transition pieces in some tracks which is I consider good enough, musically. He also let Sa Davis to perform his percussion work dynamically has does under some tracks like 'Red and Yellow Cabriolet' I basically enjoy his drumming style from the opening track 'Mozaik' where it has piano work and some short drum solo during the transition pieces. He then demonstrate that the second track 'Red and Yellow Cabriolet' has a solid and memorable melody through the keyboard work. Billy also inserts the new version of Stratus where he omits the guitar work and replaces it with keyboard. I think this new version of Stratus is good as another kind of the original.

Overall, this is a very good album by Billy Cobham and it deserves a 3.5 ratings . For those of you who like jazz-rock fusion music, I bet you'd like it. Keep on proggin' ...!

Peace on earth and mercy mild - GW

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