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Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by alexssandro, Jun 19, 2000.
Shubadadu ma ma ma ma
The opening solo on The Faces "An old raincoat won't ever let you down" . Ronnie Wood on this one.
Anything from Joe Dart, like this one:
Back in the day I was privileged and lucky to spend a few days hanging at the old Automatt, mostly with Randy Jackson and Narada Walden. If you haven't heard this, you're in for a treat. Solo begins 2:26:
Amazing! Simplistic and beautiful. The drums compliment it perfectly!
This right here! The tone she's getting with that Jazz Bass makes me want to go get one right now! I love that sound and her playing! Wish I could play like that!
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Good luck man!
There should be a mega triple like for your picking of Patrick O'hearn on the Purple Lagoon. I was at that concert.
And the Brecker Brothers playing is pretty amazing at that as well, oops, innocent derail.
1. Prakash John.... "Rock and roll" Lou Reed
2. Dennis Dunnaway...." Guttercat vs the Jets " Alice Cooper
3. Jack Bruce....." Apostrophe" Frank Zappa
Why do you taunt me?
Also was at the first two shows of the Lou Reed concert of which you speak.
This track is pretty much a vehicle for always stellar Jeff Berlin:
I don't know if a solo bass counts but Michael Manring's "Enormous Room" is pretty awesome IMO:
And definitely not a solo as such but John Giblin's superb fretless counter melody on Kate Bush's "Deeper Understanding" prompted me to write the only fan mail I've ever sent anyone:
Gerald Johnson with Steve Miller Band on ShuBaDaDuMaMaMaMa...
It was on the album, I saw it on Midnight Special back in the day, killer then and now.
This is the best example of it I can find online... Go to 6:30. You're welcome. ;-)
Anthony Jackson with Steve Khan.
"Guy LaFleur"The bass solos at 2:42 and 5:58.
A.J. altenates between palm muting and pick style.
"The Blue Shadow"
Damn, beat me to it! Guess I'll have to go with this one. It starts at 1:20. Also be sure to listen to the whole song for the awesome jazz part around 5:50.
Where does on start, honestly...
Well, this got boring real fast, just like about all bass solos.
My advice on soloing: Just. Don't.
Frederico solo at a 1:50 Hadriem at 3:20 - I have a favorite, who is yours. These guys are ridiculous
How about Adam Ben Ezra playing all this stuff at the same time. Killer
HA! Guitarists can solo, why would an octave apart prevent us from doing the same?
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