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Good jazz ...

Discussion in 'Bassists [BG]' started by Mr.QuakQuak, Feb 19, 2003.

  1. I need your help. I want to start listening to jazz some but need to know good jazz bands or soloists with at much bass as possible in them. All help welcome, money for a new amp is also welcome too ;)

  2. James Hart

    James Hart

    Feb 1, 2002
    Endorsing Artist: see profile
    :cool: Dave Holland :cool:

    great place to start :D
  3. Any more ? Even reccomend CD's !!
  4. moley


    Sep 5, 2002
    Hampshire, UK
    There's a thread over in Recordings called "I want Jazz" or somesuch, that more or less asks the same questions - you might like to take a look.
  5. thanks
  6. "Kind of Blue"- Miles Davis
    "Night Train"- Oscar Peterson Trio
    "Mood Swings"- Joshua Redman
    "Trio Jeepy"- Branford Marsalis
    "Bass On Top"- Paul Chambers
    etc, etc, etc......
  7. TravellinMan


    Jan 11, 2003
    NW Indiana
    Scott Pazera-No Joke, you can listen and check out this Cd at his site www.scottpazera.com, Local Bassist that fronts his own trio, and he also studied with Bill Dickens the Buddaha of the bass! Studing with Scott right now!
  8. BassWizard55

    BassWizard55 Guest

    Dec 21, 2002
    Rome, Ga
    Pantera is the best jazz out there. Theory out the wazzoo.
  9. Is the jazz you are looking for dependent upon the type of bass being played (i.e., electric or upright)?

    If you're looking for great bass playing (as opposed to simply great jazz), here's what I can recommend for upright:

    Bill Evans Trio, Village Vanguard Sessions
    Ron Carter and Jim Hall, Live At The Village West
    Charles Mingus, Blues And Roots

    For electric--just get Jaco's first disc.
  10. :rolleyes:

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