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Top 10: The Most Watched Bass Videos (June 2018)

Clear your schedule this evening, because it is once again time to check out the top 10 bass videos of the month. Here are the No Treble reader favorites from June, 2018.

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Cliff Burton Documentary: The Salvation Kingdom

1. Cliff Burton Documentary: The Salvation Kingdom

The late, great Cliff Burton is the subject of a new documentary called The Salvation Kingdom. The 93-minute video is an intimate look at Burton as a person largely based on interviews with his sister, Connie. It covers the bassist’s childhood, his hobbies, his practicing, his beliefs, and more…

Mohini Dey & Steve Vai: Live

2. Mohini Dey & Steve Vai: Live

Last year, Steve Vai’s band was one of the headlining acts at NH7 Shillong 2017, India’s largest multi-genre music festival. Vai brought on a special guest Mohini Dey during the show, who lived up to the spotlight in this performance. Vai’s intro says it all…

The Fearless Flyers: Signed, Sealed, Delivered

3. The Fearless Flyers: Signed, Sealed, Delivered

The Fearless Flyers are back with another video, and this one is high octane! Joined by guests Blake Mills on slide guitar and Sandra Crouch on tambourine, the band rips through Stevie Wonder’s “Signed, Sealed, Delivered.” As always, Joe Dart lays down the low end on the track, which appears on the band’s self-titled debut…

Jonah Nilsson with Richard Bona: Coffee Break

4. Jonah Nilsson with Richard Bona: Coffee Break

You’ll probably recognize Jonah Nilsson thanks to his work with Dirty Loops. Jonah released a new solo single a few days ago for his tune “Coffee Break,” and he had an exciting guest on the track: Richard Bona…

Victor Wooten: Bass Night

5. Victor Wooten: Bass Night

MusicForce shared this video of a February 2018 solo bass performance by Victor Wooten. Vic utilizes several layers with his looper to build quite a soundscape and soloing over top of it all while getting the crowd going in response…

Marcus Miller: B’s River

6. Marcus Miller: B’s River

Marcus Miller has a new album out, but this video features a tune from his last one, “Afrodeezia.” I was so intrigued by this 2015 performance at North Sea Jazz, thanks in large part to the instrumentation. Marcus describes the instrument – and the inspiration for the song – in the video description…

Abraham Laboriel: So You Say

7. Abraham Laboriel: So You Say

Here’s a great clip of Abraham Laboriel performing John Scofield’s “So You Say” with guitarist Allen Hinds, keyboardist Otmaro Ruiz, and drummer Jimmy Branly. The master at work…

Wojtek Pilichowski and Adrian Maruszczyk: Nowe Buty

8. Wojtek Pilichowski and Adrian Maruszczyk: Nowe Buty

We’ve featured the duo of Wojtek Pilichowski and Adrian Maruszczyk before, and we’re always impressed with these guys. Here they are performing Wojtek’s groovy composition, “Nowe Buty”…

Cameron Graves Trio: Satania Our Solar System

9. Cameron Graves Trio: Satania Our Solar System

Here’s a killer clip of the Cameron Graves Trio featuring drummer Mike Mitchell and bassist Max Gerl throwing down on “Satania Our Solar System”. Recorded at the TivoliVredenburg in the Netherlands, the trio stretches the groove into outer space. Gerl dishes out some mean bass work to back up Graves…

Milk’n Blues: Miss You, The Happiest Days of Our Lives, and Another Brick in The Wall

10. Milk’n Blues: Miss You, The Happiest Days of Our Lives, and Another Brick in The Wall

Milk’n Blues is a band I discovered on Youtube, thanks to this video. In this clip, the band combines three tunes – Pink Floyd’s “The Happiest Days of Our Lives” and “Another Brick in The Wall”, with The Rolling Stones’ “Miss You.” Eduardo Machado handles both the bass and the backing vocals…