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Jan. 12, 1946 - Aug. 5, 2013

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The George Duke Band perform two numbers featuring Billy Cobham.

Personnel:

George Duke, keyboard
Billy Cobham, drums
Ray Fuller, guitar
Brian Simpson, Keyboard
Larry Kimpel, bass

In 1967 George Duke began experimenting with jazz fusion on recordings with violinist Jean-Luc Ponty.

He toured Europe with Billy Cobham throughout the '70s.

Heavily influenced by R&B, Duke released a string of funk based instrumental tracks.

Duke was a jazz keyboard innovator responsible for more than 30 solo albums. He also collaborated with Frank Zappa.



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