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Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by FourStrings88, Apr 26, 2003.
What gruop has a good soild bass that u can here like in the intro or during the song ??
Shall we name them all?? Ok, but I'm gonna have to write this out in advance...ok let's start with Mozart....
WARNING!!! INFORMATION OVERLOAD!!! *head blows up*
Just a heads up. If its music related it goes in a different forum other than OT. This forum is for non music related threads.
Over to recordings!
not be to rude, but there are alot....just listen under the guitar....
Uh.. I'm not good in transposing but I would guess that you want to know a band with rather high bass volume and a good bassist.
Well, I'm not a bassist myself(yet) but I do listen to music a lot. So here is my oh so humble recommendations.
Tribal tech-Fusion Jazz
Tool-Industrial Rock ( or so they say )
I guess you wouldnt want to hear some Jaco Pastorious, Marcus Miller, Les Claypool etc. so thats what comes to my mind now.
And oh so many more......
What kind of music are you into? Tell us that and we can help you a bit more.
Primus, Primus, Primus, Primus, Primus, Primus, Primus, Primus, Primus, Primus, Primus, Primus, Primus, Primus, Primus, Primus, Primus, Primus, Primus, Primus!
Bela Fleck and the Flecktones (Victor Wooten)
Red Hot chilli peppers
just to name a few dude, _-soto-_
Anyone but the White Stripes
but definately NOT Rush......
Awesome. I like how you listed the best rock band ever first.
I couldn't agree with your signature more! RUSH RULES FOR BASS!!!
That's 'cause Mr. Barry Adamson is my favorite bassist ever.
He's my favorite fretted player too!
The intro to the song "Frightened" by New Model Army is dominated by the bass. They've actually always been a good bass band.
Anything with Tony Levin.