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Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by line6bassist, Oct 1, 2009.
sorry if this has been posted before .......but very jamerson like!!!.....enjoy
Oh my! At the 4:00 minute mark he just gets nasty as all get out! Sharay is a bad man!
oh boy. He has incredible muting technique and a great tone. Go Sharay.
Nice. One of my favorite groovers.
You guys like his stuff in that video then you need to watch this one too. Smokin' ain't the word for it in this one. It can't be described in words.
Edit: sorry, forgot the link.
Sharay Reed is proof that the future is bright. Unlike the Slapasauruses of the 1970's generation, players like Sharay Reed seem to have really learned alot from gospel as well as James Jamerson and Anthony Jackson. I bet he liked Bernard Edwards too.
I think Derrick Hodge (Maxwell) and Adam Blackstone (Jill Scott & Al Green) are two other great examples of the newer generation's approach to r&b.
Well said brother
The bass player on that track is Chuck Rainey.
Sharay grooves like crazy!!!!!!!!!!!! His fills are too sick!!!!!!!!!!!
A Groove is a Terrible Thing to Waste!
I mentioned this before, but I think it is cool that both Sharay Reed and Derrick Hodge play Ninties era American Fender Jazz V Deluxes (Suhr electronics.) They are both proof of the great music you can make with modest production basses.
Sharay Reed is the grooviest pocket bass player in gospel trust me wont see any bass player that is able to groove and play pocket like he does.... He's just awesome .
he's in my top 3 including:maurice fitzgerald and andrew gouche