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Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by Suckbird, Jan 27, 2005.
did you want us to name some? or write some? im lost
but would I would like to see are the names of songs or tabs for some
Jaco - on Havona (Heavy Weather)
(+Jaco on at least a dozen albums)
Stanley Clarke on School Days
Stanley Clarke on RTF's "Light as a Feather"
Marcus Miller on Tales
John Patitucci playing "Giant Steps"
Hmm...there are numerous solos that last way beyond 30 seconds. Not that time would make one solo better than another - but that is another discussion.
Take Matt Garrison's solo from Herbie Hancock's Future 2 Future Live - absoltely amazing. Anthony Tidd, of Quite Sane, has a wonderful solo on the track Once as Queens.
"It's Only Music" - Gary Willis
Chris Squier's "The Fish". The whole thing was created and played on bass.
Cliff Burton's "*bass solo take 1"
on metallica's kill em' all
he has also had other bass solo's/riffs on: ride the lightning and master of puppets
he is the first person i heard do a "bass solo" on a recording but
after reading above posts i'll have to check those out.
*a.k.a.- pulling teeth
Willie Weeks on Donny Hathaway Live - Everything is Everything (
Dominique DiPiazza - Marie (John McLaughlin Trio - Que Alegria), in fact all tracks on that album!
Cliff Burton of Metallica's 'song' is called 'Pulling Teeth'...not 'Bass Solo Take 1' as stated by Dougray.
thats right,your right, its been awhile since i listened to that i forgot what it was called,pulling teeth/whiplash.. thanks for correcting me...i have an excuse i have "blonde hair" lmao...
The correct title is: (Anesthesia)-Pulling Teeth
JMX beat me to it. Willie Weeks on "Donny Hathaway Live". This is a MUST HAVE album, without question.
Also, anything on Paul Chambers' "Bass On Top". This to me is another essential listen/ own.
Also a shout out to Kim Stone on his "More Often Than Not" CD. Some great bass composition.
There are so many great solos, but those three are a little obscure, so worth bringing to light.
Dennis Coffey's Scorpion comes to mind.
Scott Ambush [Spyro Gyra] solo. Song: Nothing To Lose [Live version] Time: aprox. 7 minutes!!
Not hard or wanktackular like the other solos mentioned, but:
Fleetwood Mac - The Chain
Rainbow - Twilight Zone
The Who - My Generation
Primus - Those Damn Blue Collared Tweakers
Primus - Fish On
Pink Floyd - Hey You
Rush - The Spirit of Radio (less than 30 seconds)
Incubus - Certain Shade of Green
Fishbone - Bonin' in the Boneyard
Ric Fierbacci on Yanni's "The Rain Must Fall" (live)
Jonas Hellborg: album: Personae - lots of solo's lasting minutes long
Jeff Berlin: album: Alan Holldsworth Road games - Track 3 i think crazy long solo.
Dave Larue - takes quite a few solo's on any Steve morse band/ Dixie dregs album, usually not too long though.
"Ten Mile Jog" by George Duke. The song is 11:27 long, and while there is no distinct bass solo, the whole thing is a friggin' solo.
That Face The Music CD is one of the greatest CD's of all time!
bill gould - kindagarten on faith no mores angel dust
most michael manring anything