Ringo, Charlie, Moonie, Bonzo. There are but a handful of drummers in the rock world who can be identified by merely uttering one name. Cosmo is truly a member of this elite club. For well over 40 years, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Doug "Cosmo" Clifford has been laying it down deep, fat, and swinging. Along with rhythmic foil, Stu Cook, Cosmo provided the groove for all the hits that Creedence Clearwater Revival churned out on their unprecedented run in the late-60's and early-70's. The appropriately titled Cosmo is Clifford's lone solo studio album, released on the Fantasy label in September 1972 in the midst of the demise of CCR. Stu Cook, Donald "Duck" Dunn and the Tower of Power horns appear in fine support on consummate covers of Doug Sahm's "She's About a Mover," John Sebastian's "Daydream," and the Spencer Davis Group hit "I'm A Man" plus underrated Clifford originals "Get Your Raise" and "Take A Train."