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Todd Coolman "Bass Tradition"

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [DB]' started by ejuzek, Jul 6, 2003.


  1. Any one familiar with this Book ????

    I just got it... it´s a very complete book / useful... to grab a hold of tradition.... and a good source for solos ideas....

    But the Thing is.... anyone Knows where to get the recordings ??? without the recordings is very easy to loose the focus...

    best,

    e.c.
     
  2. Chris Fitzgerald

    Chris Fitzgerald Student of Life Staff Member Administrator

    Oct 19, 2000
    Louisville, KY
    It is indeed a great book. As for the recordings, I believe that would be a copyright nightmare to try to release, although Bob Sinicrope had quite a few of them loaded into his iPod last week at a "Bass Tradition" masterclass he gave last week. Let me ask Bob where he got them, and if any or all are to be had.
     
  3. Hello, I found 7 of the transcribed solo´s at emusic.com. There´s a trial of 50 songs, and then if you agree 40 songs a month at 9.99 USD.

    The songs that I download were:

    Nardis / Scott Lafaro
    April in Paris / Red Mitchell
    These Foolish Things / Red Mitchell
    Will You Still Be mine / Red Mitchell
    S´posin / Scott Lafaro
    Blue Spring / Paul Chambers
    This Can´t be Love / Paul Chambers....

    Nardis and Sposin solos are something else...

    Best Regards,

    e.c.