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Discussion in 'Bassists [BG]' started by jnevi9nr, Apr 21, 2010.
victor wooten #41 dave matthews band - live in chicago 1998
Willie Weeks on the Donny Hathaway record, LIVE.
He solos on the last track on the recording.
John Entwistle, My Generation...
This was what I was going to say.
If you're gonna pick Entwistle, do it properly...
Ralphe Armstrong - Egocentric Molecules
The live version isn't the best IMHO, but it's still freakin awesome!
Perhaps my all time favorite.
Cliff Burton - Orion
i listened to that donny cd today but didnt get all the way through. ill be sure to tonight.
Bakithi Kumalo on "You Can Call Me Al"
Just off the top of my head:
Cliff Burton-Anesthesia/Pulling Teeth
Robert Trujillo-Send Me Your Money(Suicidal Tendencies)
Flea-Naked In the Rain
Bill Dickens - The Earl of Salibury's Pavane with Ramsey Lewis and the London Symphony. Back in '85 / '86.
The opening note of "I Feel Fine" by the Beatles.
Breakdown section of The Lemon Song by Led Zep
I really don't know if I think "Call Me Al" is a real bass solo, maybe just a break. Similiarly, the ending credits of "Rattatouie" the animated movie about the rat that wants to cook? Incredible bass work by Abe Laboriel Sr. including a few bars of solo/break work.