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DRUM N VOICE VOL.3

Billy Cobham

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Studio Album, released in 2010

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Electric Man (Feat. Brian Auger) (07:06)
2. Alive (Feat. Chaka Khan) (05:14)
3. Roller (George Duke, Bob Mintzer) (08:24)
4. We The People (Feat. Gino Vannelli, Alex Acuna) (05:34)
5. Destiny (John Scofield, Brian Auger, Alex Acuma) (06:47)
6. I'd Like To Change (Feat. Novecento) (05:04)
7. Dreamer (Feat. Bob Mintzer) (04:24)
8. Route (Feat. Novecento) (04:48)
9. Stratus (Feat. Bob Mintzer, Novecento) (06:30)

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Line-up / Musicians

Billy Cobham - Drums
Lino Nicolosi - Guitar
Pino Nicolosi - Fender Rhodes
Brian Auger - Fender Rhodes
Rossana Nicolosi - Bass
Dora Nicolosi - Vocals
Bob Mintzer - Saxophone
Chaka Khan - Vocals
Alex Acuna - Percussion
John Scofield - Guitar
George Duke - Synthesizer

Releases information

CD: Nicolosi Production - Soul Trade

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Review by snobb
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3 stars Billy Cobham made his name as legendary drummer still in 70-s, playing with John McLaughlin and releasing some great fusion solo albums. From 80-s he lives in Zurich, Switzerland, and participates in some different musical projects. Some of them are world-fusion based and includes participation of some Cuban musicians, another are European based. Nordic was his project with less known Norwegian musicians playing post-bop. Drum'n'Voice is another one, based on collaboration with Nicolosi family and other Italian musicians, but with many guest stars participated on recordings. This album is third in line release from Drum'n'Voice series.

Whenever musically based on funk fusion, all Drum'n'Voice project series albums are quite attractive in moments. Third one is not exception. If in his world fusion works of similar time Cobham demonstrates his great drumming combined with soft, melodic and often simplified music, on Drum'n'Voice releases listener still can find many of his renowned jazz funk fusion pieces.

For sure, even from the first look on this project's third album's line-up one can see that participation of such artists as Chaka Khan or Gino Vanelli means some material will sound as soul or smooth jazz. Yes, it's truth, but don't afraid too much - even in such songs common funky fusion atmosphere exists. But bigger part of numbers presented is keyboards-based funky fusion (and both keyboardists - Brian Auger and George Duke - are great). The guitarist is John Scofield and percussionist - Alex Acuna, so you can expect quality music there.

For sure, no even traces of experimentation are presented, but this album is dedicated to different listener - fans of comfortable funky fusion with soul and Latin elements will be pleased. And - happily - whole album isn't too cheese, so comparing with some last Cobham's releases this one is one for fusion lovers.

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