Monday, April 11, 2016

Cos - Viva Boma (1976)

Killer Belgian prog. Touches on African rhythms, jazz-funk, electro-prog, heavy fusion, heady psych, and more without ever feeling disjointed.

Track listing:
1. Perhaps Next Record
2. Viva Boma
3. Nog Verder
4. Boehme
5. Flamboya
6. In Lulu
7. L'Idiot Leon
8. Ixelles

Delicious beams of light

Try these, too:
Carmen - Fandangos in Space (1973)
Cortex - Troupeau Bleu (1975)


  1. I've been on a Miles Davis electric period trip for a few days now so this should slide into the mix quite nicely, it appears. Thanks for the post.

  2. Just listened to this gem and I am a huge fan of off the radar jazz/fusion. This is a really interesting mix of a little prog, jazz and avant with tons of funky hooks, ARP string synth and a vocalist that sings like an angel. The fact that their from Belgium really is insignificant but the influences are all over the place in the music. Please upload Babel or their debut if you have it in your library....a dedicated follower of your awesome blog!

  3. at least half the time i wander around in your site it is when I (which is rare for me) am high as a now