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Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by russ_4ft, Sep 16, 2001.
Who's version is better??
In my oppinion Wooten is the master!
Jaco's one is the harmonic one right? Well if it is then that one cause its purtier, and I can play it.
Yahar that was post 600.
They are both excellent - but I prefer Jaco's.
Jaco never did a version!!!
Ther have been several threads about this before and most likely what you are talking about is a track that was on a bass instructional web site, by a European bass player who contributed this "in the style of Jaco"
Hi Bruce, I checked out the other thread about Jaco and Amazing Grace. It's here:
That must be the version I heard - I thought I heard it on one of my CDs, but I cannot find it. So you are saying it wasn't done by Jaco at all, but by an European bassist... interesting...
The bass tabs for that version is here, and has been attributed to Jaco anyway:
I know that Jaco also played Amazing Grace on the piano a few times live too.
Ok I change my answer to guy in Europe.
Go guy in Europe!
The Dropkick Murphy's version is best. Punk with bagpipes.
For what it is worth to anyone, the All Music Guide web site lists a couple dozen albums that contain a version of "Amazing Grace".
These include a reggae version played by a steel band and a bagpipe version played by the Edinburgh Tattoo.
I know the main question refers to bass guitar versions of the song, but the song is what I call a "comfort song" and it might be helpful to some to know who has recorded renditions of the song.
I haven't heard either of those versions, but I have my own below
"Amazing Grace" - Just me jamming with myself.
Very nice, Xavier G.
Thanks, NH. Glad you liked it.