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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by heath_the_great, Oct 21, 2004.
1. Chic - Good Times
2. Dee Lite - Groove Is In The Heart
Beatles - Maxwell's Silver Hammer
Outkast - So Fresh So Clean
The Police - Spirits in the Material World (just try to play and sing that at the same time - I dare you!)
TLC - Waterfalls (completely improvised first take!)
Seal - Colour (just plain weird)
I actually wanted to start a "Who played bass on this" thread for this song...
"Cuts you Up" By Peter Murphy (I think). Some dude with a fretless and he plays it with a bow and it sounds beautiful.
i have too many to list but i'll say that i "accidentally" heard "toxic" by Brittany Spears and dug the bass line quite a bit.
Anything by Duran Duran.
combat baby by metric
+1, them & Power Station... Some Like it Hot...
But, right now, I'm kinda liking Lets get Retarded! by Black Eye Peas
"Why Do Fools Fall in Love?" by Diana Ross. The Bass Line on that is something else.
The Real Me by the Who
Yeah, "accidentally." Sure.
I accidentally heard it while listening to the radio and um... I accidentally "bumped" the button and it accidentally changed and... umm... Man, she's so hot in that stewardess outfit in that video!!!
That Bass mag from the U.K. recently ran a "Best 20 Basslines of Pop" or sumthin like that.
Both your choices made the list; "Good Times" may have been numero uno...the thing is Queen's "Another One Bites The Dust" also made the cut. Isn't that line like "Good Times"-lite?
"Come Together" was their choice by The Beatles.
"Every Kind Of People," by Robert Palmer (Bob Babbitt on bass )
"Christmas Wrapping," by the Waitresses. Naturally, they only play the song around Christmastime, and even then, not all that much. A very odd, yet catchy bassline. www.hardcafe.co.uk/waitresses/records.htm
nothing alike, well to my ears anyway
actually i was fully fully fully digging the string arrangement on that tune - brilliant and the best i've heard in a longtime on a pop record. can't actually remember what the bass was doing as I get so excited by the strings everytime its on!!!!
I'll be honest, I dig the Toxic bassline. Some of my other favorites are Man in a Suitcase by The Police and Rebel Rebel by David Bowie.
"I'll Take you There" - The Staple Singers
how's about Jamiroquai?
Would be even better w/o Brittany! *coughs*skank*coughs* I simply jest *snicker*
Which reminds me of the "Cooliedance" rhythm that Nina Sky sing over on "Move ya body"... so much better w/o the vocals.... though there are some good tunes w/vocals that use that rhythm....