Rosko Gee  

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Rosko Gee is a Jamaican bassist, who has played with the English band Traffic on their albums When the Eagle Flies (1974) and The Last Great Traffic Jam (2005); with Go featuring Stomu Yamashta, Steve Winwood, Michael Shrieve, Klaus Schulze and Al Di Meola; and with the German band Can, along with former Traffic percussionist Rebop Kwaku Baah, appearing on the albums Saw Delight, Out of Reach and Can. He toured with Can in 1977, whereas Rebop did not. He also provided vocals for some of the band's songs during this period.

In 1983, he recorded an album with Zahara, a group with several notable members including Rebop Kwaku Baah (percussion), Paul Delph (keyboards), Bryson Graham (drums).

Since 1995, he plays bass for the live band of Harald Schmidt's various late night TV shows on German television.

After recording with Traffic in 1974 he played in the Johnny Nash band, Sons of the Jungle.

Rosko's current project is Rosko Gee & The Hooded Ones.



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