I'm new to this forum but when great bassists are discussed around my circle of friends Tommy Cogbill's name is always mentioned. I'm curious if anyone out there is familiar with him and what your opinions are. If you're not familiar with him, check out his playing (especially on the fade) on Dusty Springfield's "Son Of A Preacher Man" - most of you will have it on your Pulp Fiction soundtrack. He was a Muscle Shoals/Memphis studio bassist/guitarist and was (he's passed away) phenomenal. Look into his playing on many of Aretha's and Wilson Pickett's mid 60's stuff. He was incredibly inventive and a groove monster to boot (give a listen to Pickett's "Funky Broadway") Check him out - you're in for a treat.