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Discussion in 'Bassists [BG]' started by Bob_Ross, Mar 18, 2021.
He grooved so hard. Super sad about this one. Rest in Power, Paul!
I was just discovering Paul's incredible groove and approach with this:
Very Sad! RIP
This was the one that changed everything for me:
MAN. I am sitting here listening to it for the 8 millionth time and it's giving me goosebumps.
God made him funky.
Paul Jackson was a giant in the music world. I remember listening to him play and putting tracks on repeat for days at a time just to pick up a little of the nuance in that massive groove. He will be greatly missed by all.
RIP Paul Jackson
A giant of the instrument. RIP, Paul Jackson.
Yeah I lived in Oak-Town for 25 years. Things have changed a lot in the Bay Area since I left, but at one time there were a lot of heavy hitters walking around that town.
Proof of his telepathic connection with Mike Clark:
No other player since Jamerson has transformed how I think of our instrument.
RIP and THANK YOU.
One of the all time greatest. RIP
RIP Paul Jackson. You have given us many years to the joy of the groove. You will be missed.
The tone WAS in his fingers. End of debate.
Awww...I'm bummed I never got to see him live, I was real late to the party. Been one of my main listening choices over the last few years, chasing down tracks he played on here and there, finding his Herbie tracks (there are at least 3 different live shows from the Herbie Head Hunters era on youtube that are gold), Head Hunters albums and his solo albums.
For me, Flood is the pinnacle; just stupendous playing, pristine recording, a master class in rhythm section grooveology.
Unfortunately I had a feeling this was coming, it had been so silent on his media outlets for quite a while, was really hoping a chance to see him Stateside would happen.
I'll see you in the next world, thank you for being you.
Thank you, Paul, for the deep, deep grooves.
Rest In Peace Paul Jackson. Wicked Groove Player, great loss.
Thanks heaps for the music Mr Jackson
Paying my respects here because I don’t know where else to do it. Very sad to hear about this. RIP Mr Jackson, one of the greatest players of all time.
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