I was responding to an ad by a band looking for a bassist. I was trying get them to tell me what they wanted out of their bassist. The reply I got was "blues/funk/jazz". So I followed that up by asking if they were looking for a technically proficient, versatile bassist, and they said, "yes, groove in the pocket, like Les Claypool". Can someone explain what that might mean? I'm very familiar with Primus, but I wouldn't consider Claypool a groove in the pocket type player. I don't want to badger this guy with questions, so I thought I'd ask here.