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World class fusion drummer, and one of the most celebrated modern jazz musicians of all-time, presents this phenomenal live album recorded in Tokyo 1992! This incredible show finds Cobham working his percussive magic in a trio with bassist Ira Coleman and keyboardist Joe Chindamo!
World class fusion drummer, and one of the most celebrated modern jazz musicians of all-time, presents this phenomenal live album recorded in Tokyo 1992!
This incredible show finds Cobham working his percussive magic in a trio with bassist Ira Coleman and keyboardist Joe Chindamo!
Available on both CD and, for the first time ever, on 12 vinyl! --Press Release
- Language: : English
- Product Dimensions : 12 x 12.6 x 1 inches; 8 Ounces
- Manufacturer : Cleopatra
- Date First Available : December 19, 2014
- Label : Cleopatra
- ASIN : B00R8ILDG2
- Number of discs : 1
- Best Sellers Rank: #858,473 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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It is a little over 72 minutes. The sound quality is uneven but mostly good. There isn't anything bad about the sound quality, it is clear and has a wide dynamic range. It is just that instruments are not vibrant, especially the synthesizer. At times it sounds like the keyboards are coming from another room.
This is probably not the whole concert. In fact, track 5 starts in the middle of the number. An energetic piano solo is faded into. I am not sure why that it done...maybe they couldn't fit the whole thing on a single CD and thought that was a good place to cut it or maybe there were problems with the tape.
This is a trio of drums, upright bass and keyboard (piano and synthesizer). I am not impressed with either of the back up musicians that Cobham uses. I have seen Cobham with much better bands in the past in the 1970s.
It probably would have been a nice evening to sit back and enjoy the music while having a drink. It isn't that entertaining on CD though.
It does start out pretty good with a bit of fusion mixed in and I kind of like the first two tracks. I don't find the rest that interesting and I am a fan of this style of traditional jazz.