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Malakorasays:Mar 22, · The album was heavily influenced by the music of Miles Davis, with whom Cobham had previously collaborated extensively, and Cobham's previous band Mahavishnu Orchestra. The song "Stratus" appears in the video game Grand Theft Auto IV of the radio station "Fusion FM", as well as being the main sample in the Massive Attack hit "Safe from Harm".5/5(34).
Doutaursays:May 14, · Drummer Billy Cobham was fresh from his success with the Mahavishnu Orchestra when he recorded his debut album, which is still his best. Most of the selections showcase Cobham in a quartet with keyboardist Jan Hammer, guitarist Tommy Bolin, and electric bassist Lee kekandustlisormavoburlitodeerow.coinfo other numbers include Joe Farrell on flute and soprano and trumpeter .
Muksays:Originally I believed that Stratus was a Mike Stern album, but it finnally turned out to be authored by Billy Cobham. It might be a shame, but I am not very familiar with BC, though fond of MS. Excellent album, released by Boose as a masterpiece for testing audio equipment. The album is pretty short, but worthwile listening to/5(17).