"Spectrum" is an instrumental jazz fusion release from the great drummer Billy Cobham, who wrote all the tunes on the record, which many critics and fans consider to be his best. Fresh from his success with the Mahavishnu Orchestra, Cobham delivers high-quality compositions (which include "Quadrant 4" and "Red Baron") make this fusion set a standout, a strong mixture of rock-based rhythms and jazz improvisation. Of special interest to guitar fans, "Spectrum" also features the legendary Tommy Bolin on guitar and Jan Hammer playing his guitar-like licks on Moog synthesizer, electric piano and acoustic piano.
|06:33||Searching For The Right Door/Spectrum||Instrumental|
|04:11||To The Women In My Life/Le Lis||Instrumental|
|07:39||Snoopy's Search/Red Baron||Instrumental|
|Billy Cobham||Drums, Percussion, Production|
|Jan Hammer||Electric Piano, Acoustic Piano, Moog Synthesizer|
|Lee Sklar||Fender Bass|
|Joe Farrell||Flute, Soprano Sax, Alto Sax|
|Jimmy Owens||Flugelhorn, Trumpet|
|Ron Carter||Acoustic Bass|
|Ken Scott||Engineering, Re-mix Engineering|
|Zal Schreiber||Digital Remastering|
|All tracks recorded on May 14 and 15, 1973, except "Spectrum" and "Le Lis", recorded on May 16, 1973 Recorded at Electric Lady Studios, New York City.
Digitally remastered at Atlantic Studios.