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Top 10: The Best Bass Videos (November 2010)

This week, we’re taking a look back at the top 10 most popular bass videos from November, 2010, based on the number of views by No Treble readers.

Amanda Ruzza: Confirmation

1. Amanda Ruzza: Confirmation

Bassist Amanda Ruzza and her bandmates take on Charlie Parker’s “Confirmation”.

Esperanza Spalding: I Can't Help It (Michael Jackson Cover)

2. Esperanza Spalding: I Can’t Help It (Michael Jackson Cover)

Live at Le New Morning in Paris, Esperanza Spalding performs her arrangement of Michael Jackson’s “I Can’t Help It”.

Will Lee and Darryl Jones: Teen Town

3. Will Lee and Darryl Jones: Teen Town

Will Lee and Darryl Jones perform Jaco’s “Teen Town” in unison!

Melvin Lee Davis with Chaka Khan, Live (1996)

4. Melvin Lee Davis with Chaka Khan, Live (1996)

Melvin Lee Davis grooves hard behind Chaka Khan in this live performance in 1996 during “Sinbad’s Summer Jam”.

MarloweDK: Slap Bass Jam / Funky Filter Fun

5. MarloweDK: Slap Bass Jam / Funky Filter Fun

When Thomas “MarloweDK” Risell tries out new gear, cool stuff happens. Here’s MarloweDK test driving a MXR M82 bass envelope filter.

Zawinul Syndicate with Gerald Veasley: Corner Pocket

6. Zawinul Syndicate with Gerald Veasley: Corner Pocket

Gerald Veasley gets the crowd going during a Zawinul Syndicate concert with his own brand of slapping, rapping and dancing.

Stanley Clarke: School Days (1990)

7. Stanley Clarke: School Days (1990)

Stanley Clarke’s “School Days”, performance by Clarke and George Duke at Montreux Jazz Festival.

Larry Graham: Bass Solo, Live au Bataclan

8. Larry Graham: Bass Solo, Live au Bataclan

Marcus Miller shared this video of Larry Graham a while back. Not much more needs to be said, does it?

Zander Zon:

9. Zander Zon: “She Danced” Solo Bass

Zander Zon takes on one of the tracks from his debut CD, Sonorous.

Alberto Rigoni: Trying To Forget

10. Alberto Rigoni: Trying To Forget

Here’s a cool, spacy, harmonic-filled bass solo from Italian bassist Alberto Rigoni from his latest solo album, Something Different.