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Jan. 12, 1946 - Aug. 5, 2013


The George Duke Band perform two numbers featuring Billy Cobham.


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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