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Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by Joe Nerve, Dec 15, 2006.
Carlos D does a really cool bass line intro.
rock = "Hello Jeff" - Stanley Clarke
jazz = "Caldonia" - Chubby Jackson
country = "Beware of a Tall Dark Stranger" - Buck Owens - bassist unknown
"Make My Funk the P Funk"-Parliment. All day everyday.
herbie hancock. paul jackson's very funky bended accents
Long Distance Runaround by Yes!
I love that one.
Glide by Pleasure. That song made me run out and buy a bass.
Cissy Strut. Meters
Come Together Beatles
Make room for me on the "I Want You Back" bandwagon! Nice to see that there are so many of us. It's my favorite bassline, as well as my favorite Motown song.
That song grooves so hard that it doesn't have any drums during the verses, and you don't even miss them. Impressive!
as of right now, "too young to die" by jamiroquai, that bass line has sub hook all over it! gotta love zender for that one.
completely missed that one too, talk about killer!
Why would anyone laugh at that? I've always thought it was a cool line. I taught it to myself by memory one day - just because I thought it grooved...
It seems that the OP was talking about "my" favorite bass line that was recorded by somebody other than me . . .
I'd have to say Bobby Womack's "Woman's Gotta Have It" (Mike Leech-bassist) . . . GREAT syncopation!
My favorite bass line (recorded by ME) is a toss-up between Don Ellis Orchestra "Theme from The French Connection" or "A Rock Odyssey" (Dennis Parker-bassist) and Al Wilson "Show and Tell" (Dennis Parker-bassist).
bob marley has a live album you should all have..."babylon by bus" from what i can tell the live bass lines are a bit different from studio...and they are so groovin. really great work, so i pick any song from that album..
Screaming Trees - She Knows
One of the lines that really got me into bass.
the dancer -- stanley clarke