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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by Yvon, Apr 27, 2002.
Stanley and Abe!!!
Hey, thanks for that link. I really enjoyed that video. How do you find these things anyway?
This is cool!
The guitar player in my band sent it to me
Merci Yvon - bon spectacle!
What can I watch that in? Windows Media Player doesn't seem to support it for me.
PS: What do they have in the way of Ibanez or Danelectro basses at Steve's Music Store over there in Montreal? I'd call, but it's long distance .
I have Real One Player as my default. Get it at realplayer:
That was beautiful! Who is the "Abe" playing w/ Stanley Clarke? I'm sorry if I don't know the visages of that guy...
But that was an moving piece of work there! I really enjoyed it!
It´s Abe Laboriel, if I´m not mistaken.
Well, duh! They even say "Abe Laboriel" in the video.
Cool video, although the crappy stream (34 kbps) took away some of the fun. I don't think Stanley Clarke is all that great on improvising his solos. He really struggled with the pinch harmonics, too!
Nice song, BTW. Who/what/when/etc?
EDIT: OK, I think that the song is a Clarke original called "Campo Americano"... right?
I have not been there in years!
It's the worst store you can think of!!
They used to have a good selection of Ibanez, but the salesman are so bad, if you can buy somewhere else, do it!
Thanks Yvon, I really enjoyed that too.
Thanks a ton for the video. What kind of bass is Abe playing? Is it just me or did Stanley "stink" when he did his solo?
Abraham is using a yamaha bass.
And Stanley, his artificial armonics are off sometimes, out of tune ect...
but he try at least. He could use the same patern that he know and work well, but he tried something new, and it can't be always perfect.
I'm not a fan of Stanley, I don't even own one album, but he sure is a great bass player.
But Abe is on a class of his own, that guy is great!
I had the pleasure to meet him, what a nice guy!!
He did everything he could to talk to me in french, I could not understand a word be he tried his best!!
That is very cool.
Abe is a very underrated bass player IMHO.
After watching the whole video, I must say that Abe's solo was much more happening than Stanley's.