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Mike Frost Band: Come Together/Kashmir

Mike Frost sent in this awesome video of his band mixing two great classic rock songs with a funky attitude. Frost kicks off “Come Together” with a modified slap version of Paul McCartney’s iconic bass line before the band comes in.

The jam evolves into a wild bass solo that Frost then uses to segue to Led Zeppelin’s “Kashmir.”

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Artie bunka

Artie bunka

Austin powers on bass

Richard Verity

Richard Verity

Proud to have Had Mike as my teacher when he came to NY for lessons

James Ramsey

Wish I was a sax : ) yeah baby !

Mike Desz

Mike Desz

That was killer Mike. I learned a lot in the short time I got to study with you. I’ve been coming down to S.C. My son moved to Charleston. I might have to make a trip over to see a show.

bvdon

bvdon

I like this version… nice playing!

Jeffrey Lee

OK I was always on the fence about 6 string bass…this blew my mind!! I loved it!! Thank you for sharing Mike Frost and No Treble, I love bass!

Steven Smith

ok. i must admit when i saw the title i thought “not another version of this song.” but then i hit the play button. funky. seriously funky. in the pocket. the beatles have never sounded this funky. and that’s a nice, psychedelic funky take on kashmir. good stuff! what kind of bass is that? nice!

Gregg

Gregg

Who needs a lead guitar? Not the Mike Frost band!

Barry Assadi

Mike, It’s about time you posted something here. I’m sure you can post more here that will blow everyone away!

David

David

Mike, what is your background/training/schooling/lessons, etc? Just curious. Sounds great! Thanks.