Drummer Billy Cobham is heard on this 1977 live set heading an all-star quintet featuring Alfonso Johnson, Tom Scott, Steve Khan (and a young Mark Soskin on piano) - really, what more be said. These four artists all qualify as board members of the founding fathers of electric jazz. Together they meld seamlessly as though this band had been a long term project and not the "one time only" act it was. All these players have gone on to grow artistically and produce brilliant works, arguably more profound then what's on this album - but the magic lies in the mix of wonderful creative responses to each other, a rare and spontaneous spark that was thankfully captured on tape. How many times have you been to a live performance and walked away saying, "Man, I wish I had a tape recorder for that one!" Well, think of this as a chance to go back in time and get that recording of a world class group, totally jamming it out, right during the time in musical history when fusion reigned king - and these warriors were riding at the head of the battalion.
Tracklist: 1. "Anteres" - The Star (5:35) 2. Bahama Mama (8:29) 3. Shadows (7:51) 4. Some Punk Funk (4:31) 5. Spindrift (7:21) 6. On A Magic Carpet Ride (7:22)