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Stanley Clarke, Stu Hamm, Bunny Brunel, Billy Sheehan, Flea, Alex Al, Brian Bromberg, Jimmy Johnson, Wayman Tisdale and Marcus Miller: “School Days” Live

Stanley Clarke’s 2002 concert performance at Musicians Institute in Hollywood closed with a bang, with a stage full of bassists performing Clarke’s “School Days” for the audience. Clarke is joined by Stu Hamm, Bunny Brunel, Billy Sheehan, Flea, Alex Al, Brian Bromberg, Jimmy Johnson, Wayman Tisdale and Marcus Miller, and most take a solo.

The entire concert was released as Night School: An Evening With Stanley Clarke & Friends.

School Days Live – Part 1:

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Zero Scavenger

Zero Scavenger

Oh lordy lordy lordy. I’ve found yet more inspiration on All Treble, No Bass yet again. :D

jim / curbie1150

speechless, just speechless…….

Rich Glass

Rich Glass

Check out the cats when Jimmy Johnson starts blowin’…

    ganotimes

    Flea actually played really well I thought, regardless, he is definitely not THE BEST EVER like his teenage fans proclaim

    sheltongarnett

    David Flea’s genre of music maybe different but, to me I think his musicianship is underrated, Flea be a bad boy! On this stage he appears (by his expression and demeanor) to be out of his element, because of the style of music he plays with the Chili peps is so different but he held his own during his solo. And I’m not a big Chili pep fan, but as a fellow bassist to me Flea put it down.

    But I see where your coming from him being in their waters, Sheehan, Clarke, Hamm, and Jimmy Johnson ( if I could kidnap them and hold hostage, they ain’t leaving the room until I can play like them. So I hope they brought some family pics in their wallets of the wife and kids cause we gonna be a while (lol)