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Drummers don’t come much more legendary than Billy Cobham, whose work during the late ‘60s, throughout the ‘70s, and into the ‘80s and beyond helped define the concept of jazz fusion. That’s not to say that Cobham has ever limited himself solely to one genre, but that’s certainly the stuff that helped make him into a legend.
Although he first started getting major props when he and John McLaughlin co-founded Mahavishnu Orchestra, Cobham’s post-Orchestra work is the focus of The Atlantic Years: 1973-1978, an 8-disc collection which serves not just as an instant introduction to Cobham’s solo career but also provides jazz novices with a history lesson of what was going on in the jazz fusion world in the ‘70s. In other words, it’s a great set for a number of reasons, and it sounds great, too.