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

Here’s a great way to end the work week: with a celebration of the top 10 reader favorite bass videos on No Treble.

Enjoy.

Vulfpeck: Lost My Treble Long Ago

1. Vulfpeck: Lost My Treble Long Ago

Exciting news, Vulfpeck fans. The band has just announced their new album, Hill Climber. In celebration of the news, they’ve just released the video for the track “Lost My Treble Long Ago,” which showcases the always awesome bass playing by Joe Dart…

Marcus Miller and Ranajit Sengupta: Cantaloupe Island

2. Marcus Miller and Ranajit Sengupta: Cantaloupe Island

Marcus Miller had just met Sarod player Ranajit Sengupta, and they decided to jam together on the Bimhuis stage in Amsterdam. In this clip, the duo performs a fantastic take on Herbie Hancock’s “Cantaloupe Island”…

John Mayer: New Light

3. John Mayer: New Light

I spotted this video of John Mayer performing on Jimmy Kimmel Live. I was in a hurry, so I almost skipped it. Then I realized Pino Palladino was on the bill, which of course made it required viewing…

Victor Wooten: Relix Studio Sessions

4. Victor Wooten: Relix Studio Sessions

Here’s a fantastic video of Victor Wooten visiting the Relix Studios back in November 2017. The video description says it all…

Scary Pockets: You Shook Me All Night Long

5. Scary Pockets: You Shook Me All Night Long

Scary Pockets is back with another one of their funky covers. Backed by bassist Daniel Aged and joined by guest vocalist Judith Hill, here’s the band’s take on the AC/DC tune, “You Shook Me All Night Long”…

The Dirty Mac: Yer Blues

6. The Dirty Mac: Yer Blues

There’s no shortage of supergroups these days it seems, but nearly 50 years ago, a killer one got together for a one-time appearance on the Rolling Stones’ TV special, “The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus”…

Dave Matthews Band: Again and Again (Live)

7. Dave Matthews Band: Again and Again (Live)

The Dave Matthews Band made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live in support of their latest album, Come Tomorrow, performing “Again and Again.” Stefan Lessard backs the tune with a growly slap groove…

Miles Davis: Human Nature (Live)

8. Miles Davis: Human Nature (Live)

Zycopolis TV just shared footage from one of Miles Davis’ last performances, which took place on July 1st, 1991 at the Jazz à Vienne Festival. Miles’ band at the time featured two bassists: Foley McCreary (on “lead” bass) and Richard Patterson…

Stuart Clayton: Giants of Bass – John Myung

9. Stuart Clayton: Giants of Bass – John Myung

We always love it when Stuart Clayton posts one of his “Giants of Bass” videos, and this clip is another great one. “This video is a performance of ‘A Nightmare… for the Fingers’, the Dream Theater/John Myung-style piece that I wrote for my 2017 book Giants of Bass

YYNOT: Etheria

10. YYNOT: Etheria

YYNOT has another video out, and this time, it features one of their original tunes. “Etheria” was written by guitarist Billy Alexander, and as always, sports that growly bass by Tim Starace…