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3.7 out of 5 stars
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on 14 September 2017
Love GD's stuff, more the groove music...Brazilian Love Affair was nice.. This is a set of jerky, irritating, indulgent and passion-less fusion work outs, esp Cobham.. I have heard some nice stuff from him where he sits on a groove, but this is not it...Compounded by Alphonso Johnson squeezing in every note he can on the bass.. Avoid if you like nice grooves, soulful playing.
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on 24 July 2017
Good ,but not the best Billy Cobham.
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on 21 June 2012
OK, so you have a buch of virtuoso musicians, playing live. Could be a recipe for boredom, disaster, nasty sound etc.

Nope. That opening track is just tooooooo darn funky, I can listen to it over and over.

The rest of the album is no slouch, certainly Alphonso Johnson gives some blistering bass solos, with that unique sound that only he seems to have.

It's a mighty shame this bunch did not record more, but there you go - enjoy this at least as a fusion masterwork.
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on 31 August 2015
Great tunes, especially Hip Pockets, Almustafa, and Juicy. The four musicians all sound as though they've enjoyed themselves. George is brilliant, as is Alphonso and the rest of the band. Wish I'd been there.
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on 16 May 2014
This is an excellent album. The opening track is very funky with Alphonso on bass.
The only thing I wished they had included was Stratus.
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