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  • Top 10 JAZZ Bass Players

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  • Top 20 Jazz Fusion Bassists of All Time

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    In today’s new video we’re going to be looking at the 20 best jazz fusion bass players of the 1970s. This was an insanely hard list for me to nail down because I’m such a HUGE fan of jazz fusion!

    So much so, that I’ve actually split this video into 2 parts: Part 1 is going to feature the bass players who were born before 1970. Part 2 is going to focus on the guys who were born after 1970. If that sounds crazy, you’re right, it is - but any list like this is always a bass player’s bunfight!

    Here’s who I think deserves to sit among the 20 greatest jazz fusion bass players in history. Let me know in the comments section if I’ve missed any of your favourites!

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  • Who Played The Jazz Bass BEST?

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    ​In today’s new video we’re taking a closer look at just how much Leo Fender ‘got right’ with the Fender Jazz Bass. I’m also going to walk you through some of the bass players who I think played it the best.

    As always, see you in the shed…

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    00:00 - Intro
    1:32 - Jerry Jemmott
    3:34 - Joe Osborn
    5:15 - Aston 'Family Man' Barrett
    6:39 - Jaco Pastorius
    8:32 - Marcus Miller
    11:53 - Geddy Lee

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  • Julian Vaughn Mix Lead bassist and upcoming jazz artist

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    Julian Vaughn Mix A dynamic lead bass player from Kansas City
    Genre: Jazz, Smooth Jazz, Contemporary Jazz
    Albums: The Purpose Project, Limitless, Breakthrough, Think Pink, Bona Fide, Behind the Scenes, Hey, Lester!
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    1. Always Be Together (Feat. Nicholas Cole) 00:00
    2. Ecstasy 04:38
    3. Ride Along 09:01
    4. Thank You 12:42
    5. Ju Ju's Groove 17:01
    6. J's Jammin 21:41
    7. Breakthrough (feat. Tobbi White-Darks) 25:56
    8. I'll Do It 30:11
    9. For Wayman 33:58
    10. No Matter (Feat. Marcus Anderson) 39:00
    11. Rock Steady (Feat. Darren Rahn) 43:21
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    A dynamic lead bass player from Kansas City, bassist Julian Vaughn is rapidly becoming a major player in the contemporary jazz genre. Vaughn has made a name for himself as bassist in the smooth jazz genre which is dominated by saxophone players. Although the bass is often associated with funk, Vaughn likes to play with more of a finesse style as well as some funk.
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  • What double bass gear do you use? - Legends of Jazz Bass Q.5

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    Welcome to the last video in the Legends of Jazz Bass series!

    In the last question, we asked, 'What double bass gear do you use? Including strings, bass, pickup, and amplification.'

    Watch the video to find out what set up these 10 great bassists choose to use, and hear the stories of how they acquired their basses.

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    00:00 Introduction
    00:30 Brian Bromberg
    03:58 Ron Carter
    04:58 Linda May Han Oh
    07:19 Robert Hurst
    08:31 Carlos Henriquez
    11:14 John Clayton
    15:47 Larry Grenadier
    18:34 Chuck Israels
    23:26 Rufus Reid
    32:23 John Patitucci

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  • Willie Dixon Awasome Bass Playing

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  • 5 Beginner-Friendly JAZZ Bass Lines

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    Jazz bass lines can be intimidating, right?

    You see these incredible bassists creating incredible bass lines out of thin air and improvise like there’s no tomorrow - it can be super inspiring.

    But then you hear them talk about things like ‘double chromatic approach tones’ or using the ‘Superlocrian mode’ over altered dominant chords or using the 4th mode of the melodic minor scale… It’s so easy to get discouraged and think,

    “That’s too complicated...”

    I’d actually agree a lot of the time! But just because jazz bass lines can be complicated, doesn’t mean you can’t dip your toe in the water with some beginner-friendly jazz bass lines instead, and that’s exactly what I want to share with you today.

    By the way - this is NOT about creating walking bass lines. I’m talking about ‘bass line’ bass lines that stay the same pretty much every time they’re played, which means you don’t need to get bogged down in the theory weeds just to get through a bass line.

    You can just play!

    If you are looking to create walking bass lines, then a great place to start is another video of mine, 5 Plug-And-Play Walking Bass Line Formulas:

    4 of these bass lines you’ve more than likely heard before, and 1 bass line, only the real die-hard jazz fans will know (but it was too good to leave out)

    Even if you don’t actually want to get into playing jazz ‘for real’, these bass lines are a great way to have some fun, expand your musical horizons and help you become a better, more versatile bassist.

    Plus, it’s always good to have bass line #1 up your sleeve at jam sessions - it’s a favorite of singers that gets called every once in a while.

    If you want to get all the tabs, notation and practice tracks from this video (including the slowed down versions of the tracks to make practicing even easier) then just go to this page:



    Fill out the form and I’ll send you everything from this lesson - it’s all totally free.

    By the way, all these bass lines were originally played on an upright bass, which obviously has a very different sound than an electric, but if you want to get closer to that woody, woofy upright sound and make these jazz bass lines that bit more ‘authentic’ sounding, then check out this video, How To Get An Upright Bass Sound On Electric Bass:

    Good luck with the lesson and happy playing!

    Cheers,

    Luke

    P.S. The best way to master these bass lines is through practice, and to make practicing these bass lines as easy as possible for you, I’ve put together all the tabs, notation and practice tracks I used in this video and put it all up as a free download. To get it all, just go here:



    Fill out the form on that page and I’ll send you everything from the lesson. (I’ve even included the slowed-down versions of the practice tracks so you can start slow and gradually work your way up to performance tempo.

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    0:55 Beginner Jazz Bass Line #1
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  • When A Jazz Musician Does A POP Recording Session...

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    This is what happens in every bass recording session for pop artists ???? Remember to TAP like and subscribe if you enjoyed this!

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  • The Top 20 Jazz Bass Soloists of all time

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    ​When we talk about the best EVER bass guitarists then most of us hark back to household names like Jaco and Stanley Clarke. But who are today’s bass heroes? I’d argue that we still have plenty.

    In today’s new video we’re taking a closer look at 20 of the best and brightest bass soloists in 2021. Some are boundary-pushing virtuosos, others are experimentalists who are ripping up the rulebook.

    As always, see you in the shed…

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  • The Best Fender Jazz Bass Players According To My Instagram

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    Let's take a look at the best Jazz bass players as voted on my my folks over on the 5Box Music Instagram account!

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  • 10 JAZZ ALBUMS #DansVlog

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  • Modern Masters: Christian McBride, Jazz Bassist

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    Virtuoso jazz bassist Christian McBride's legendary career has taken him from the halls of the Juilliard School to the stage with some of music's biggest names. He is considered by many to be the bridge between old-school jazz and the next generation of great players.

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  • Playing Jazz Standards And Surviving Jam Sessions

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  • Sam Jones - The Bassist!

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    An album which is a touch harder to find for fans of the bass player...

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    January 03 1979

    Kenny Barron - piano
    Sam Jones - bass
    Keith Copeland - drums

    01 Rhythm-A-Ning 0:00
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  • Upright Bass for Electric Bassists ANs Bass Lessons #17

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    A short video primer on all the technical things you need to do in order to get started on upright bass if you're coming from electric bass.

    Step 1 - Get Franz Simandls New Method for the Double Bass

    Step 2 - Tons of practice!

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  • When You Hit A WRONG Note In Classical vs Jazz

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    Hitting wrong notes in classical vs jazz has very different effects ???? I love and play both genres so this is all just in good fun! Remember to tap like and subscribe if you enjoyed this video!

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  • Miles Davis - So What

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  • The 20 best bass lines of all time?

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    Yeah... the 20 best bass lines of all time...

    Do I need to say anything else?! ;)

    In this video you're going to hear 20 of the best bass lines that have ever been recorded.

    You'll be learning about the gear they used, when it was recorded, and everything inbetween...

    And yes.

    I'm 110% sure that I'll have missed some awesome bass lines out (when making this list I had over 50 bass lines I wanted to feature, but I had to whittle it down to 20).

    So with that in mind, lemme know in the comments which bass lines you would've added to the list, and of the bass lines that are featured in the video... what are your top 5?! ​

    As always, see you in the shed...

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  • The Fender Jazz Bass: A Short History

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  • 10 Greatest FUNK Bass Players of All Time

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    In today’s video I’m paying homage to the top ten funk bass players of all time. Featuring Larry Graham, Marcus Miller, Bootsy, Stuart Zender and more! This is the definitive, 100% infallible list!…

    Of course, we all know that isn't true. Any ‘Top Ten’ like this is a funk-fuelled bunfight, and I’ve inevitably included someone who you would never have chosen! So who are the greatest funk bass players of all time? Let me know in the comments and help me find out!

    As always, see you in the shed…

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  • THE BASS 1935 - 1969 | The Players You Need to Know

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    In this lesson I'm going to take you through the history of the bass guitar from 1935 to 1969, and reveal all the bass players you should already know... but might have missed.

    Here's some cool facts from the new vid...
    - The first electric fretless bass was invented in 1935!
    - The first commercially recorded fretless was used (and made) by an Englishman.
    - The legendary bass line for I Want You Back by the Jackson 5 was actually played by a saxophone player!
    - The first time slap bass ever captured on record was in 1969, by the godfather of funk himself!
    - And heaps more cool stuff...

    You ready? Let's do it...

    As always, see you in the shed...

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  • What People Want BASSISTS To Play

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    Here's all the music that different people want from bassists, whether it's the drunk guy at the bar, Davie504, Metallica... Remember to TAP like and subscribe if you enjoyed this!

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  • How to Survive Jazz Jam Sessions - 10 Top Tips! /// Scotts Bass Lessons

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    Jam sessions can be fantastic for your learning curve as a bass player... but, they can certainly be nerve wracking too...

    And jazz jam sessions... well, they can be the worst of all!

    So, to save you making the same mistakes many bass players do, I thought it'd be cool to share my top 10 essential tips for surviving your next jazz jam session...

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  • NHØP | Jaco before Jaco...The GREATEST Bass Player Youve NEVER Heard Of

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    Can you shred on Bass? The greatest Bass player you've never heard of. Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen (1946-2005).

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  • History of the Fender Jazz Bass | CME Vintage Bass Guitar Demo | Marc Najjar

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    Our resident bass guru Marc takes on a tour of the creation and evolution of the venerable Fender Jazz Bass. From the instrument's introduction thru it's notable transition years to the latest and greatest models.
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    History of P-Bass


    1961: Concentric stack knobs. Addition of two more patent numbers to the two originally found below the headstock logo. Late '61 saw introduction of three-knob (vol, vol, tone)

    1963: Individual below-string mutes replaced by simpler all-string mute glued to the inside of the bridge cover; slab fingerboards replaced by round-laminated fingerboards.

    1964: Three-ply white nitrocellulose pickguards replaced by three-ply white vinyl pickguards; clay fingerboard inlays replaced by faux pearl inlays.

    Other design changes and options were implemented throughout the remainder of the 1960s and 1970s, although their infrequency might only underline how little the Jazz Bass has changed in 50 years. These other changes included:

    1966: White binding added to the neck; pearl block inlays replace dot fingerboard inlays by late '66; medium jumbo frets replace previous smaller frets; Fender-produced paddle-shaped (lollipop) keys replace clover-shaped tuning keys; tuning machine gears no long turn backward.

    1969: Larger and bolder logo decal replaces traditional headstock logo; headstock strap button removed; lollipop tuning keys discontinued; maple fingerboard option with black binding and black block inlays introduced.

    1972: Bridge pickup moved 4/10” closer to the bridge; a small move that nonetheless introduces noticeable tonal change (the older spacing returned to the vintage reissue Jazz Bass models of 1982).

    1974: Three-bolt neck plate introduced; white binding and block inlay option for maple fingerboards introduced.

    1976: Headstock logo again redesigned; serial number moved from neck plate to headstock logo.

    1977: Control knobs changed to black plastic with numbers.

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    There’s a definite Girl Power slant to this week’s video; nah Mel B’s not there, but a whole host of female bass players are, from the ‘60s super-session days of Carol Kaye, through to the mid ‘90s and the present day courtesy of Me’shell N’Degeocello, Rhonda Smith, Tal Wilkenfeld and Mohini Dey.

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  • Player Series Jazz Bass | Player Series | Fender

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    Watch as Pete Griffin explores the Fender Player Series Jazz Bass. Learn more about the Player Series here:

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  • Stanley Clarke - Bass Folk Song - 8/10/2003 - Newport Jazz Festival

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    Stanley Clarke - Bass Folk Song
    Recorded Live: 8/10/2003 - Newport Jazz Festival - Newport, RI
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  • Guide Tones for Creating Jazz Bass Solos - Lesson and Transcription

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    This is a preview lesson from John Goldsby's new course 'Tell Your Story: Soloing concepts for the jazz bassist'. It's designed to help intermediate and advanced level bassists learn new ways to improvise and tell their story!

    LESSON NOTES:
    Acclaimed bassist and educator, John Goldsby explains how you can use chord guide tones to help create jazz bass solos. He starts by demonstrating guide tones he's picked out for popular standard, Autumn Leaves, and then shows how you can use them to build your solo. You can follow along with the lesson by downloading the free sheet music transcription.

    Definition: Guide tones are typically the notes which define the character of a chord, such as the 3rd or 7th, or upper partials like the 11th, 9th, and 13th. A melodic line can be formed by linking guide tones in a chord sequence.

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    JOHN'S NEW COURSE
    'Tell Your Story: Soloing concepts for the jazz bassist' is an online course to help intermediate to advanced bassists perform their original ideas with confidence. John presents his unique approach to improvising and structuring solos, with over 100 exercises, patterns, and licks to get you soloing on classic tunes such as 'Moose the Mooche', 'Giant Steps', 'Tricotism', and 'I got rhythm'. A live band provides the backing tracks and there are over 150 pages of sheet music to spark your creativity and get you grooving. Lessons include how to use patterns and cycles, soloing with the bow, thumb position, taking inspiration from great solos, practising round the circle of 5ths, & much more!

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  • Why a P bass and not a Jazz bass

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  • Rushs Geddy Lee on his Fender USA Geddy Lee Jazz Bass | Fender

    7:24

    In this video, Rush bassist Geddy Lee discusses his Fender USA Geddy Lee Jazz Bass.

    The Geddy Lee Jazz Bass has been a staple in the Fender line since 1998, but earlier this year, Fender announced the addition of the U.S.A. version.

    The new U.S.A. Geddy Lee Jazz Bass is a unique version that combines the specs and features of Lee’s three favorite basses — two Fender Custom Shop versions of his signature model and the original sleek black ’72 Jazz Bass that he discovered at a pawn shop in Kalamazoo, Mich.

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  • A Guide To New York Jazz Clubs

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    Jazz bassist Jonah Jonathan gives a tour and overview of some of the top jazz clubs in New York City. This video is meant as a guide for some of the players and tourists who want to know more about the New York City Jazz Scene.
    Time code of the clubs mentioned.
    1. Village Vanguard 1:14
    2. Blue Note 3:20
    3. Birdland 4:30
    4. Iridium 5:20
    5. Jazz Standard 5:45
    6. Jazz At The Kitano 6:30
    7. Jazz At Lincoln Center
    8. Dizzies 7:00
    9. Zinc Bar 8:15
    10 Smalls Jazz Club 8:30
    11. Mezzrow Jazz Club 9:50
    12. Smoke Jazz Club 10:20
    13. Ginny’s Supper Club 11:22
    14 Showmans Jazz 11:26
    15.Minton’s Jazz Club 11:28
    16. St Nicks Pub (Closed and Burned) 11:48
    17 Lenox Lounge (demolished) 11:52
    18.55 Bar 12:15
    19. Fat Cat Jazz Club 12:25
    20. The Django 12:55
    21. Swing 46 13:10
    22. Moldy Fig 13:30
    23. Sweet Rhythm/Sweet Basils 13:54
    24. The Moldy Fig 14:12

    There are plenty of bars and sessions not mentioned some I didn't include are Cleopatra's Needle and Rue B.

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  • Golden Fingers: An Interview with Jazz Piano Legend Mulgrew Miller

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    Jazz Bassist Jonah Jonathan Interviews Legendary Jazz Pianist Mulgrew Miller. Mulgrew Miller is one of the golden fingers of jazz. February 2012. Mulgrew Miller passed away on May 29th, 2013 from complications from a massive stroke. He will always be remembered as one of the greatest jazz pianists to ever grace the planet.

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  • Is BRAZIL the new BASS CAPITAL of the WORLD?

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    A few years back I caught a crazy video on YouTube of a 13 year old kid tearing it up on bass. I didn’t even know who he was at the time, but I was completely blown away. I later found out that his name was Michael Pipoquinha and that he was from Brazil.

    Most people might only know Brazil for samba or The Girl from Ipanema, but that's only a fraction of the story. Brazilian music is a whole world of its own with some unbelievable bass players that everyone needs to know about!

    In this video we’re shining the spotlight on 10 AMAZING bassists from Brazil.

    You’re going to learn:
    - All about the ‘Brazilian Jaco’.
    - And the first time I heard Munir Hossn.
    - Why Glecio Nascimento is one of the scariest players on the planet right now.
    - And why I need a pass on some of the pronunciation!

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  • Bossa Nova and Brazilian Styles with Hamilton Pinheiro

    44:00

    This video with special guest Hamilton Pinheiro explores Bossa Nova and other Brazilian styles, emphasizing the central tenants of the traditional way of playing bass lines in Brazilian music. Differences between the practices of U.S jazz bassists and Brazilian bassist are explored for comparison.

    Due to the length of this video (44 minutes), it has been indexed on screen by topic so that specific topics can be more easily found. Clicking on the time code beside each indexed topic below will automatically start the video at that point. The sequence of events topics in the video is as follows:

    0:00 Gentle Rain duo excerpt (full performance at end)
    0:56 Title sequence/Topic list
    2:02 Introducing Hamilton Pinheiro
    2:41 Differences between U.S. Jazz and Brazilian Bossa
    grooves
    6:50 Feeling the Pulse in 2: Downbeat and Forward Motion
    11:30 The Sweet Spot: Syncopation and Forward Motion
    13:49 Traditional Brazilian Bass Line Elements
    21:01 Simplicity at Faster Tempos
    22:10 Long vs. Short Note Lengths
    25:14 Variations on the Basic Pattern
    27:16 Fills and Phrases in the Spaces
    30:41 Double Bass and Electric Bass in the Brazilian Tradition
    34:48 Suggested Brazilian Listening References
    37:09 Final Thoughts from Hamilton
    38:16 Full duo performance of Gentle Rain

    HAMILTON'S SHORT LISTENING LIST (Full list available as a PDF file on my website on the Educational Videos page):

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    Elis & Tom (Tom Jobim and Elis Regina)
    Samambaia (Cesar Camargo Mariano and Helio Delmiro)
    Passarim (Tom Jobim)
    Ao vivo em Montreux (Elis Regina)
    Angelus (Milton Nascimento)
    Brazilian Serenata (Dori Caymmi)
    Festa (Rosa Passos)
    Bosco (João Bosco)
    Song for Maura (Paquito D'Rivera and Trio Corrente)
    Corrupião (Edu Lobo)
    A voz e o Violão (Djavan)
    Noites de Gala, Samba na Rua (Mônica Salmaso)
    Chico Pinheiro (Chico Pinheiro)
    Todos os Sons (Raphael Rabello)
    Zimbo Trio (Zimbo Trio)
    Tamanduá (Hamilton de Holanda)
    Ouro Negro (Moacir Santos)

  • An Evening with Eddie Gomez

    1:40:50

    An Evening with Eddie Gomez is the latest release in the Thirty-Six Walker Street Prods./David Gage String Instruments Masterclass Series. Produced in collaboration with Telling Pictures and filmed live at David Gage's shop by Academy Award-Winning Director Rob Epstein, this DVD is a landmark venture in instructional/performance video for bass.

    Eddie Gomez is one of the most recognized names in jazz bass. His solo works, as well as his collaborations with luminaries such as Bill Evans, Chick Corea, and Paul Bley are an important part of the canon of jazz music. In this video he engages a live audience of professional bassists, amateurs, students, and enthusiasts.

    Rob Epstein won Best Feature-Length Documentary Oscars for The Times of Harvey Milk (1984) and Common Threads: Stories from the Quilt (1989). His work on this project is both subtle and sure. He leaves Mr. Gomez the room he needs to express himself while maintaining a compelling perspective on the music and spontaneous discussion.

    Mr. Gomez lectures and invites the audience to ask questions about his life, his playing technique, and his overall musical concept. When describing his ideas, basic principles are given the same care as the most complicated techniques. He not only demonstrates technical aspects of bass playing, but he lends insight into the life of a professional bassist.

    The performances on this disk are spontaneous and heart-felt. Mr. Kramer's sensitivity at the piano is unparalleled; he truly understands the bass and is conspicuously comfortable playing with Eddie Gomez. The bass playing is sensuous and lyrical, as is to be expected from Mr. Gomez. In this live setting, however, the improvisation is uniquely fluid.

    This DVD marks a new era in videos for bassists and music enthusiasts alike.

  • 50 Essential Jazz Albums

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    Narrowing it down to 50 was no easy task, and some albums that I wanted to include, just couldn't be included. Watch for a follow-up video where I discuss how I made the list and what these albums mean to me.

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  • The best bassists of jazz in the world

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    List about the best bassists of jazz in the world

    In this list about the best bassists of jazz in the world you can find:
    25. Mike Pope
    24. Jimmy Haslip
    23. Gerald Veasley
    22. Chris minh doky
    21. Tetsuo Sakurai
    20. will lee
    19. Mark Egan
    18. matthew garrison
    17. Nathan East
    16. Alain Caron
    15. Jeff Berlin
    14. tal wilkenfeld
    13. James Genus
    12. Ric Fierabracci
    11. Steve Bailey
    10. Anthony Jackson
    9. Carles Benavent
    8. Tom Kennedy
    7. Abraham Laboriel
    6. Stanley Clarke
    5. Richard Bona
    4. Marcus Miller
    3. Victor Wooten
    2. John patitucci
    1. Gary willis



    25. Mike Pope
    Mike Pope is a virtuoso bassist and double bassist, american jazz, and jazz fusion.

    Born into a family of strong musical tradition (the fathers and brothers of the Pope are also musicians), Mike Pope began playing the piano as soon as he could reach the keys. Although his parents were lovers of jazz, heard on all classical music, while the brothers of the young Priest introduced him to the world of rock and pop, showing disks of Pat Boone, Kiss, Emerson Lake and Palmer, Rush, Jeff Beck or The Beatles. A few years later, Pope was interested in the recordings of the jazz fusion of the late 70s, as were Return to Forever, Pat Metheny, Weather Report, or The Brecker Brothers.

    From a young age, the same Pope claims to have felt an inclination for the bass lines that he played always at the piano as a counterpoint of the harmony that his right hand was outlining. His parents were those who suggested to Pope that maybe he should consider to dedicate themselves to the electric bass, buy the young man, Mike (who at that time had 11 years) his first bass, a copy of Gibson. Pope began his clses with Jeff Halse, whom he recognizes as one of the most important influences in his development as a musician. Jeff explained to the Pope to the recordings of great musicians of jazz, like Ron Carter, Ray Brown, John Coltrane or Charlie Parker (Pope already knew Jaco Pastorius and Stanley Clarke), encouraging him at the same time to adopt the double bass and study jazz.

    With 16 years discovered John Patitucci and became fascinated by his way of playing the 6-string bass, an instrument still relatively strange to the mid 80's. Pope received a couple of lessons Patitucci, with whom he joins a solid friendship and who introduced the young bass player Chick Corea, who did not hesitate in signing him for some of the editions of his Elektrik Band.1

    Pope spent a few years playing with various musicians in the local scene before moving to the University of North Texas, where he would establish contact with many musicians, including the late Michael Brecker, which ended up by convincing the musician to move to New York. In the capital of the jazz, Mike Pope was not long in making a name among the greatest names on the planet thanks to his enormous skill with the instrument in the jams.

    In 1997 you know Vinny Fodera, a prestigious luthier to whom Pope begins to design the pre-series models would lead, to the 1998 series. In 2005 he moved with his family and their two daughters in Maryland, where he continued to accompany artists with the electric bass as in double bass. Now, in addition, has Mike Pope Design2 company sells the preamps that the same Pope designs and manufactures, and which, some models of the prestigious signature Fodera continue riding series.3 Mike Pope is still a frequent occurrence in the best jams of New York.

    The tremendous talent as bassist Michael Pope, both on electric bass as on acoustic bass, along with his skills as a composer and arranger are precisely reflected in his two solo projects until the time, Walk Your Dogma (1997) and The Lay Of The Land (2002).4 Pope is,...

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  • Jazz Standard Endings

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    This obviously is not a comprehensive list but it will get ya started. Hope this helps!

  • Charles Mingus : The Best of Double Bassist

    1:17:53

    Charles Mingus: Triumph of the Underdog is a 1997 documentary film about the life of American jazz double bassist, pianist, composer and bandleader Charles Mingus.

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  • Loyola University Forum with Legendary Jazz Bassist Ron Carter

    40:04

    In this clip from - Legendary jazz bassist Ron Carter sits down with two students at Loyola University, New Orleans, for a frank discussion of his career in jazz, the challenges of making it in the jazz industry of today, and the miracle that is having the sound that one makes with their fingers resemble the sound that comes out of the speakers in someone's home.

  • Jazz Legend Ron Carter Interview with KZSC Santa Cruz

    38:25

    KZSC Santa Cruz was blessed to sit down (via Zoom) with legendary jazz bassist Ron Carter. Hailing from the greater Detroit area, Carter began his career as an upright bassist by playing gigs at local college Wayne University (Wayne State University now), before eventually joining the Miles Davis Quintet in 1963 alongside Davis, Herbie Hancock, Tony Williams, and Wayne Shorter. 

    After departing the Quintet in 1968, Carter went on to become the most recorded jazz bassist of all time, playing on nearly 2,300 records, and leading 40 of his own. For decades, he was the first-call bassist for Blue Note and CTI records. Virtually every jazz great has cut a record with Carter, and his list of accomplishments is far too long to list in a few paragraphs. Carter is now a Professor of Music at City College of New York, continuing to inspire and teach a new generation of musicians. In addition, Carter has published many instructional books and videos for aspiring jazz bassists.

    We didn't speak too much about playing with Miles Davis and the Quintet, as there is already a heaping amount of interviews, footage, and recordings from this part of Carter's life. Instead, we talked about life as a studio bassist, Carter's ventures outside the jazz world, and his early days as a professional musician. Enjoy!

  • THE LOW END - JAZZ BASSISTS TRACK OF THE WEEK: Games with bassist Dezron Douglas

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    My pick for Track Of The Week from the current update to my playist The Low End - Jazz Bassists is one that I’ve really been enjoying - the song is Games from harpist Brandee Younger’s album Soul Awakening with bassist Dezron Douglas. I discovered Dezron’s work on his album Black Lion and I’ve been a fan of his bass playing ever since. I was thrilled to see that he both produced and played bass on the whole Soul Awakening album, which is full of diverse and interesting music. This track really showcases some of the best qualities of Dezron’s playing, including an powerful rhythmic drive, a stylistic flexibility, and some smart improvisation. I highly recommend going back to the playlist and giving Games a listen. If you like what you hear, go to Brandee’s BandCamp page and buy the full album - I think you’d like it! And of course, please subscribe to the playlist so you can enjoy every weekly update!

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  • peppeR TOP JAZZ LIST - the 64 best jazz musicians

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    LA PEPPE’R JAZZ LIST – COMPOSTA DA 64 MUSICISTI
    RACCONTA CHE IL JAZZ LO SUONA UN SASSOFONISTA DI COLORE, RESIDENTE IN USA.
    I musicisti della lista sono 56 statunitensi, 6 italiani, 1 francese e 1 canadese di cui 43 neri e 21 bianchi.
    26 sono sassofonisti, 18 pianisti, 9 trombettisti, 5 chitarristi, 2 contrabbassisti, 2 cantanti, 1 bassista e 1 clarinettista.
    THE PEPPE’R JAZZ LIST – COMPOSED OF 63 MUSICIANS
    CONFIRMS THAT THE JAZZ IS A BLACK SAXOPHONIST MADE IN USA
    THE SAXOPHONISTS OF THE PEPPE’R LIST ARE:
    56 UNITED STATES, 6 ITALIAN, 1 FRENCH AND 1 CANADIAN, OF WHICH:
    43 BLACKS AND 21 WHITES.
    26 ARE SAXOPHONISTS, 18 PIANISTS, 9 TRUMPETERS, 5 GUITARISTS, 2 DOUBLE BASSISTS, 2 VOCALISTS AND 1 CLARINETTIST.

    The LIST:
    Charlie Parker “Bird” - Saxophonist USA
    John Coltrane “Trane” - Saxophonist and Flutist USA
    Duke Ellington – Pianist USA
    Miles Davis – Trumpeter USA
    Herbie Hancock - Pianist USA
    Thelonious Monk - Pianist USA
    Dizzy Gillespie - Pianist and Trumpeter USA
    Count Basie – Pianist USA
    Cannonball Adderley - Saxophonist USA
    Chet Baker – Trumpeter USA
    Coleman Hawkins - Saxophonist USA
    Ella Fitzgerald – Vocalist USA
    Billie Holiday – Vocalist USA
    Ornette Coleman - Saxophonist USA
    Laster Young - Saxophonist USA
    Eric Dolphy – Saxophonist, Flutist and Clarinettist USA
    Dexter Gordon - Saxophonist USA
    Charles Mingus – Double Bassist USA
    Joe Henderson - Saxophonist USA
    Ben Webster - Saxophonist USA
    Wayne Shorter - Saxophonist USA
    Keith Jarrett – Pianist and Clavicembalist USA
    Maceo Parker - Saxophonist and Vocalist USA
    Paul Desmond - Saxophonist and Clarinettist USA
    Sidney Bechet - Saxophonist and Clarinettist USA
    Wes Montgomery – Guitarist USA
    Sonny Rollins - Saxophonist USA
    Louis Armstrong – Trumpeter and Vocalist USA
    Gerry Mulligan - Saxophonist USA
    Django Reinhardt – Guitarist FRANCE
    Fletcher Henderson – Pianist USA
    Jaco Pastorius – Bassist USA
    Lee Morgan – Trumpeter USA
    Nat King Cole - Pianist and Vocalist USA
    Ray Charles - Pianist and Vocalist USA
    Pat Metheny – Guitarist and Vocalist USA
    Wynton Marsalis – Trumpeter USA
    Albert Ayler – Saxophonist USA
    Art Pepper - Saxophonist and Clarinettist USA
    Benny Goodman - Clarinettist USA
    Chick Corea – Pianist USA
    Anthony Braxton - Saxophonist USA
    Archie Shepp - Saxophonist and Flutist USA
    Fats Waller – Pianist and Vocalist USA
    Jelly Roll Morton – Pianist USA
    Oscar Peterson – Pianist USA
    Lennie Tristano – Pianist USA
    George Russell – Pianist and Drummer USA
    Dave Brubeck – Pianist USA
    Charles Brown - Pianist and Vocalist USA
    Art Tatum - Pianist USA
    BB King - Guitarist and Vocalist USA
    Benny Golson – Saxophonist USA
    Esperanza Spalding – Double Bassist and Vocalist USA
    Joshua Redman – Saxophonist USA
    Michael Brecker - Saxophonist USA
    Steve Coleman - Saxophonist USA
    Joe Lovano – Saxophonist, Clarinettist and Flutist USA-ITALY
    Enrico Rava – Trumpeter ITALY
    Paolo Fresu - Trumpeter ITALY
    Pino Daniele – Guitarist, Vocalist and Bassist verace Neapolitan ITALY
    Stefano Bollani – Pianist and Vocalist ITALY
    Fabrizio Bosso – Trumpeter ITALY
    Enzo Nini – Saxophonist and Flutist verace Neapolitan ITALY

  • Bassist Nate Phillips performing with Richard Elliot aboard Smooth Jazz Cruise 2016

    7:16

    Nathaniel Phillips, bass player, performing with Richard Elliot aboard Smooth Jazz Cruise 2016. Frank Richardson III, Ron Reinhardt, Randy Jacobs, & Ramon Yslas.

    Nate Phillips, a Wayne Jones AUDIO endorsee, is using:

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  • Stanley Clark live at North Sea Jazz 2018

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    A living legend from the fusion jazz. Bassist Stanley Clarke (Philadelphia, 1951) started out as a rock musician, but in the early seventies he was part of the famous Return To Forever group, together with pianist Chick Corea, another such monument in jazz history. Clarke ensured that the bass would play a more prominent role in the sound of this fusion group. He realized this through his special technique, where he could switch smoothly from electric to acoustic bass. After 1977 Clarke worked with Quincy Jones, Stan Getz, Art Blakey, Paul McCartney, Jeff Beck, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, George Duke and Herbie Hancock. In 1998 he formed his own group Superband; he also created furore as a composer for film and TV projects. Clarke has been working with very young musicians in recent years; he recorded drummer Mike Mitchell and pianist Beka Gochiashvili in his band when they were 17 and 16 jears old.

  • Bass Solo / Bassline of Jazz Blues And Check For New Strings

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  • Jazz Guitar Ensemble: A song written by a famous bass player, arranged for guitar.

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