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Definitions

  1. Billy Cobham was in Bob Weir's (Grateful Dead) side project, a band called Bobby and the Midnites on Arista.
  2. Billy Cobham is one of those few artists. (Web site)

Quite

  1. Anyway, I feel quite honored having my birthday just on day after Bill Bruford and two days after Billy Cobham (16th of May). (Web site)

Jack

  1. Along with Billy Cobham and Dave Weckyl, Jack de Johnette is one of the top jazz drummers of today.

Stern

  1. He then toured with Billy Cobham for a year, and it was at one of the legendary drummer’s gigs in New York City that Miles Davis first heard Stern. (Web site)

Dreams

  1. Later, Brecker teamed up with his brother, Barry Rogers, Billy Cobham, and John Abercrombie to form the seminal-fusion group – Dreams.

International Artists

  1. He has, over the last 16 years, shared the stage with international artists including: Herb Ellis, Billy Cobham, Sheila Jordon, and Larry Adler.

Drummers

  1. As important as Billy Cobham as one of the lead drummers in the jazz rock genre, but oh so different with respect to his playing style. (Web site)

Drummer

  1. Johnson appeared on two more albums for Weather Report before he would leave the band to work with drummer Billy Cobham.
  2. Rare is the drummer who is both influential and essential to a genre, but Billy Cobham is just that in regards to jazz, and consequently to music in general.

Neil Peart

  1. Neil Peart, the drummer for Rush, helped shape Graham's drumming career, as well as Billy Cobham and Peter Erskine, both American jazz drummers.

Dave Weckl

  1. Others made their mark primarily in the jazz world, including Max Roach, Dave Weckl, Billy Cobham, and Marvin "Smitty" Smith, among others.

Cannonball Adderley

  1. Batiste also wrote for and toured with Billy Cobham and Cannonball Adderley.

Louie Bellson

  1. Punctuated by his fiery big band, Louie Bellson creates an orgy of rhythm with Billy Cobham, THE drummer of the 70s. (Web site)
  2. Billy Cobham and Louie Bellson, two all-star drummers have a drummer's conversation in this 36 min.

Miles Davis

  1. John Scofield played and collaborated with performers such as Miles Davis, and Billy Cobham, and groups such as Medeski Martin & Wood. (Web site)

Montreux Jazz Festival

  1. He played the Montreux Jazz festival in Switzerland in 1981 and met Mike Brecker who introduced him to John Mc Laughlin, Billy Cobham and other fusion stars. (Web site)

Mahavishnu Orchestra

  1. In interviews he regularly cites Billy Cobham of The Mahavishnu Orchestra as his main drumming influence: " My all-time favorite drummer is Billy Cobham. (Web site)
  2. People who say Neil Peart without listening to Mahavishnu Orchestra or more Yes albums can jerk themselves off, Billy Cobham in all honesty wrecks Peart. (Web site)

Tony Williams

  1. Many young drummers today who are into jazz might be into Dave Weckl, or they might go back as far as Billy Cobham or Tony Williams. (Web site)
  2. His drumming influences at this time came to include such notables as Tony Williams, Billy Cobham, Lenny White and Steve Gadd.
  3. As a drummer, the propulsive Massimo is driven by a mad mix of Tony Williams and Billy Cobham. (Web site)

Jack Dejohnette

  1. Later John French, Billy Cobham, Lenny White and Jack Dejohnette were inspirational in fusion and more avant-garde styles of drumming.

Billy Cobham

  1. Aside from his solo work he is known for his work with Billy Cobham, Jack DeJohnette, Michael Brecker and Randy Brecker. (Web site)
  2. After Dreams, he worked with Horace Silver and then Billy Cobham before once again teaming up with his brother Randy to form the Brecker Brothers. (Web site)
  3. Aside from his solo work he is known for his work with Billy Cobham, Jack DeJohnette and the Brecker Brothers. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Music > Musicians > Drummers > Jack Dejohnette
  2. Mahavishnu Orchestra
  3. Music > Musicians > Miles Davis > Tony Williams
  4. Music > Jazz > Jazz Musicians > Horace Silver
  5. Jazz > Big Bands > Duke Ellington > Louie Bellson
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