|Hamlet7768 ||02-12-2013 08:32 PM |
Bass solos with groove
Most people here have probably seen Victor Wooten's video about bass solos, but in case you, the reader, haven't, check it out here
. It's often reposted here, but I'm not just here to repost it. I'd also like to discuss what Mr. Wooten's talking about
: Bass solos that groove!
In other words, share bass solos you've found that have groove, and discuss, I suppose. Or post solos without groove for shiggles. :D
My contribution, from a bassist not usually known for solos: Dave Ellefson, in Santiago, Chile.
|sammyp ||02-13-2013 07:16 PM |
Michael Anthony's jack daniels solos prolly won't qualify LOL!
|sammyp ||02-13-2013 07:18 PM |
that whole groove workshop by Victor is brilliant teaching for any instrument! just incredible!
|ffutterman ||02-13-2013 07:25 PM |
If all else fails, you can just do what Claypool does and lift a groove from someone else. It's not ideal, but damned if everyone's eyes aren't on him when he does it. Don't get me wrong, either. I love it. It works and he certainly gives his own twist on the stuff.
Pleasure - Glide: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5XeVLJeMdE
The Reddings - The Awakening: http://youtu.be/U5j-jym7C74
Chris Squire's AWESOME solo at the end of "Does It Really Happen to You?" from Yes' Drama album - my favorite CS solo - it just OOZES groove.
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