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Billy Cobham - Total Eclipse (1974)

13-01-2014, 15:39
Music | Jazz

Billy Cobham - Total Eclipse (1974)

Artist: Billy Cobham
Title Of Album: Total Eclipse
Year Of Release: 1974
Label: Atlantic,Wea
Genre: Jazz, Jazz Fusion, Jazz Rock
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 44:15
Total Size: 104 MB(+3%)


1. Solarisation
2. Lunarputians
3. Total Eclipse
4. Bandits
5. Moon Germs
6. The Moon Ain't Made Of Green Cheese
7. Sea Of Tranquillity
8. Last Frontier

personnel :

Billy Cobham : piano, drums, tympani
Michael Brecker : soprano & tenor saxophones, flute
Randy Brecker : trumpet, flugelhorn
Glenn Ferris : tenor & bass trombones
Alex Blake : electric bass
Milcho Leviev : keyboards
John Abercrombie : guitar

Additional musician :

Cornell Dupree : guitar
David Earle Johnson : congas
Sue Evans : marimba

This is Billy Cobham's third solo recording under his own name and is a fine follow-up to Crosswinds. The mini-suite "Solarization" not only showcases the band's technical abilities, but also Cobham's strong compositional skills. It also features a schizophrenic piano solo ("Second Phase") from the underrated pianist Milcho Leviev, who sounds like a mutation of Cecil Taylor and Bill Evans. The funky "Moon Germs," on which John Abercrombie is pushed to inspiring new heights, became a Cobham classic. "The Moon Ain't Made of Green Cheese" is a beautiful flugelhorn solo by Randy Brecker backed by Cobham's debut on piano. The band stretches out on the lengthy "Sea of Tranquility," while "Last Frontier" is a gratuitous drum solo. This recording is highly recommended as Cobham still sounds inspired. -- Robert Taylor (

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