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Articles by Flemming Dørken - Page 14

  • Someday You’ll Find Me: a bass tapping solo by Mike Hill

    Mike Hill plays with the Johnny Hiland Band, and he lays down a solid groove. After a 2-hour private lesson with Victor Wooten, he started exploring different concepts of the bass resulting in some solo compositions, like this one: For more Mike Hill check out his Myspace page. »

  • Vincenzo Maurogiovanni: European Bass Day medley performance

    Vincenzo Maurogiovanni is a talented bassist and teacher from Bari, Italy who first rose to international recognition when he entered and won the European Bass Day Solo Bass competition in front of a panel consisting of Alain Caron, Matthew Garrison, Lincoln Goines, Hadrien Feraud, Pippo Matino, Dario Deidda and Fabrizio Bianco. Matthew Garrison liked the... »

  • Zuzo Moussawer: Two Hand Tapping the Standards

    Zuzo Moussawer: Two Hand Tapping the Standards

    Zuzo Moussawer is a Brazilian bass player who has been tapping two-handedly for years. In October 2005 he entered the International Solo Bass Competition coming in second place after Jeff Schmidt. The panel of judges consisted of such prominent names as Victor Wooten, Steve Bailey, Anthony Jackson, Will Lee, and drummer Gregg Bissonette. He has... »

  • Michel Camilo with Anthony Jackson: From Within

    Michel Camilo with Anthony Jackson: From Within

    Today’s guest post is from Flemming Dørken, who writes: Check out this amazing trio featuring the inventor of the six string bass, the amazing Anthony Jackson. The technical ability of each of these guys clearly shines through. Very cool trio, melodic and no doubt a technically challenging tune. We couldn’t agree more, Flemming. »