Cochise (band)

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Cochise was an English country rock band that performed in the early 1970s.[1]

This band is more significant for who they included than what they produced. Singer Stewart Brown had grown up with Reggie Dwight, later Elton John, and co-founded the band Bluesology with him. After the demise of Cochise, Mick Grabham made a solo album in 1972 and joined Procol Harum the following year.[1] B.J. Cole also recorded a solo album in 1972, called The New Hovering Dog,[2] before becoming an important session musician playing with Elton John, Uriah Heep and many others throughout the 1970s.[1] Rick Wills and John "Willie" Wilson played on David Gilmour's debut solo album in 1978.[3]