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Billy Cobham Conundrum (Bk/Cd)
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Billy Cobham Conundrum (Bk/Cd)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Electric Bass
Composer Billy Cobham
Arranger Scott Stroman
Publisher Warner Bros Publications
Series Ultimate Play-along
Catalog # 0454B

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Billy Cobham Conundrum (Bk/Cd) Composed by Billy Cobham. Arranged by Scott Stroman. For Electric Bass. Published by Warner Bros Publications. (Catalog # 0454B, UPC: 654979045809)

Each book in the Ultimate Play-Along series features the finest professionally recorded tracks, complete transcriptions, detailed explanations, and performa nce notes. Each song has demonstration tracks that can be used for learning an d practice and then turned off to allow playing parts along with the CD. Solos are fully demonstrated and explained. This play-along package features six cl assic selections from Spectrum, an album portraying Billy Cobham's timeless bl end of deep funk and hard rock grooves that pack as much improvisation as they do power. Guided by performance notes throughout, the musician/student can pl ay along, in essence filling in for any key member of the London Jazz Orchestr a, with whom this project was recorded. Titles are: Torpedo Flow * Stratus * R ed Baron * On the Mo

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