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Top 10: The Most Watched Bass Videos (June 2016)

We love the top 10 lists, especially since they’re based on reader responses to the things we post here.

Here are the top 10 No Treble reader favorite bass videos for the month of June. Lots of great bass here, worth celebrating once again.

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Jeff Berlin, Scott Henderson and Billy Cobham: Stratus

1. Jeff Berlin, Scott Henderson and Billy Cobham: Stratus

Jeff Berlin shared this terrific clip on Facebook of a live performance in Buenos Aires. In this video, the trio of Berlin, guitarist Scott Henderson and drummer Billy Cobham perform Cobham’s “Stratus”…

Kinga Głyk: Tears In Heaven

2. Kinga Głyk: Tears In Heaven

Bassist Kinga Głyk stunned us all with this excellent cover of a cover of “Tears In Heaven.” The original is by Eric Clapton. Kinga’s all-bass performance is a cover of the one by Jeff Berlin…

Kike Mora: “Yesterday” Solo Bass Performance

3. Kike Mora: “Yesterday” Solo Bass Performance

Kike Mora shared this video of him performing a solo bass arrangement of The Beatles’ “Yesterday.” We couldn’t think of a better day to share this video than on Paul McCartney’s birthday…

Olivier Babaz: Paranoid Android for Bass and Kalimba

4. Olivier Babaz: Paranoid Android for Bass and Kalimba

Olivier Babaz has done it again. The bass and kalimba king has transformed another rock gem onto the two instruments simultaneously. This time Babaz tackles Radiohead’s “Paranoid Android”, trading the song’s focus between each instrument while nimbly navigating them with his right hand…

Cody Wright: Funk Funko Potamus

5. Cody Wright: Funk Funko Potamus

Cody Wright a real funkmeister, which is why it’s perfect that he’s helping to create the soundtrack to the new Toejam and Earl video game. Here’s a clip of the bassist getting down on the quacky “Funk Funko Potamus”…

Yes: Live at Beat-Club (1969)

6. Yes: Live at Beat-Club (1969)

Kenny Brault sent this to me saying, “Chris Squire‘s bass tone and style back in 1969… Amazing. Well established back then.” This was recorded for German TV show, Beat-Club in 1969…

Rebecca Johnson Band: Come On Come Over

7. Rebecca Johnson Band: Come On Come Over

We’ve featured Rebecca Johnson before. In fact, we’ve featured her playing Jaco Pastorius’ “Come On Come Over” too. But this one is a newer version, with a new lineup – and a new bass. And it is too good not to share again…

Rich Brown: Violin Partita No. 1 in Bmin

8. Rich Brown: Violin Partita No. 1 in Bmin

Rich Brown is always cooking up some great videos for us to share. “[Here’s a] short video of me playing one of the Bach Violin Partitas,” he said. “I love this stuff and I had such a blast learning this piece. I hope you and your readers enjoy it.” We think you will…

Tim Carey: You Don’t Know What Love Is

9. Tim Carey: You Don’t Know What Love Is

Many of you will remember bassist Tim Carey from his videos with vocalist Amanda Taylor. Tim sent us this video saying “It’s different than what I’ve shared before but I think the community will really dig it. It’s an arrangement for septet with the extremely talented Isabella Du Graf on vocals…”

Jonathan Scales Fourchestra: This is the Last Hurrah

10. Jonathan Scales Fourchestra: This is the Last Hurrah

ody Miller sent us this impressive video he shot of the Jonathan Scales Fourchestra in Chicago. This time around, the bassist is Jay White (who regularly plays with Cory Henry). Awesome stuff from the Fourchestra once again…

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