This is from an article on CNN.com. They summarize Coburn's accomplishments very well, and mention the "Band on the Run" cover.
Oscar-winning actor James Coburn dead at 74
Known for tough guys and humor
LOS ANGELES, California (CNN) --Actor James Coburn, the Academy Award-winning actor whose roles included tough-guy villains, the roguish secret agent Flint and the resourceful "president's analyst," died Monday. He was 74.
Coburn died of a heart attack as he and his wife were listening to music at their Beverly Hills home, according to Coburn's manager, Hillard Elkins. He was pronounced dead at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.
"He was in his wife's arms," Elkins said. "He died fast and happy."
Coburn overcame a long battle with rheumatoid arthritis in the '80s and '90s to win a best supporting actor Oscar for his role in 1997's "Affliction," in which he played the abusive, alcoholic father of Nick Nolte and Willem Dafoe. But he may be best remembered for his earlier roles in such films as "The Magnificent Seven" (1960), "The Great Escape" (1963), the two James Bond spoofs "Our Man Flint" (1966) and "In Like Flint" (1967), and as Pat Garrett in Sam Peckinpah's "Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid" (1973).
Coburn produced and played the title role in 1967's "The President's Analyst," a comedy about an insidious conspiracy that has grown in critical estimation over the years, and appeared on the cover of the 1973 Paul McCartney and Wings album "Band on the Run."