Great bass Waylon

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  1. 10cc

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    Can't help with the basser, but listening to this reminds me of what a great one we lost in Waylon!
     
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    Of those 3, I don't think it was Roy Huskey--I believe he only played upright. And I don't think that's Bobby Dyson--that doesn't sound quite "old school" enough. I'm guessing Norbert Putnam.
     
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    That bass is really something. Seems it could've so easily been over played with a song that moves around like that and the obvious skill level of the bassist, whoever it is really did right for the song in my opinion. Waylon sounds like he's backed by Elvis's band.

    Maybe Norbert? I didn't realize he was a muscle shoals fellow or in Elvis's band.
     

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