Brian Auger & Billy Cobham
Brian Auger (born 18 July 1939, London, England) is a jazz and rock keyboardist, who has specialized in playing the Hammond organ. William C. Cobham (born May 16, 1944 in Panama) is a Panamanian American jazz drummer, composer and bandleader, who permanently relocated to Switzerland during the late 1970s./5
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The groove on FMR – ♫Alive (feat. Chaka Khan) by Novecento, Brian Auger, Chaka Khan, Billy Cobham, from
Gino Vannelli & BILLY COBHAM " WE THE PEOPLE " Chaka Khan and Gino Vannelli are amongst the super guests of the long awaited album "Drum'n'Voice Volume 3" by world-class jazz/fusion drummer Billy Cobham. Produced between Milan and legendary Capitol Studios in Los Angeles by Nicolosi Productions, (also known as the breakthru group "Novecento"), this new album contains stunning performances from legendary artists such as George Duke, Alex Acuna, John Scofield, Brian Auger, Bob Mintzer and Novecento itself. Once more Cobham delivers an amazing creativity and listening experience that unveils its unique style in playing drums and percussions. at the beginning of 2010 "Drum'n'Voice Live Tour" will see the light with part of the artists performing. The album will be available soon for digital downloads across all the main online retailers.
As I'm grooving on YouTube listening to tracks from Brian Auger's Oblvion Express album "Second Wind" (If you don't know it you're not living) I run across this cut from Billy Cobham featuring Brian on organ. I assumed this was some '70s jazz fusion jam that I had missed.Wrong! This was released in 2010. Billy Cobham Drum n Voice, Vol 3. Awesome!
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