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Ultimate Play-Along Guitar Trax Billy Cobham Conundrum

By Billy Cobham

By Billy Cobham. Artist/Personality; Guitar Method or Supplement; Play-Along. Ultimate Play-Along. Play along. Book and CD. Alfred Music #00-0453B. Published by Alfred Music (AP.0453B).

Item Number: AP.0453B

ISBN 9780757997808. English. Billy Cobham.

Each book in the Ultimate Play-Along series features the finest professionally recorded tracks, complete transcriptions, detailed explanations, and performance notes. Each song has demonstration tracks that can be used for learning and 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 classic selections from Spectrum, an album portraying Billy Cobham's timeless blend 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 play along, in essence filling in for any key member of the London Jazz Orchestra, with whom this project was recorded. Titles are: Torpedo Flow * Stratus * Red Baron * On the Move * Conundrum * Eleuthera Parts 1, 2, and 3.

  • Torpedo Flow 
  • Stratus 
  • Red Baron 
  • On the Move 
  • Conundrum 
  • Eleuthera Parts 1, 2, and 3 

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  • 3

    Steve from Australia
    Geelong, Australia
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  • April 08, 2010 Not a real playalong in the usual sense

    Hi all. I agree with the above review, but would like to elaborate further. The book that comes with the CD states that every second track is 'minus guitar', which is simply not true. It may be true if referring to a rhythm guitarists part from the orchestra that is...

    buried deep down in the mix, but certainly not true of the 'main' guitarist's solos. That is, the guitar solos are still in the mix on the backing tracks - thus leaving no room to solo yourself, which is very disappointing for me. I'd like to know whether the horn players version includes the trumpet and alto sax solos also - or whether the playalong is more useful to horn players than guitarists. Regards. Steve

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  • July 19, 2007 ultimate play along billy cobham conundrum

    The trax gave the guitarist no room to solo

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