Top 10: The Most Watched Bass Videos (February 2019)
Time to roundup another great collection of bass videos. Here are the top 10 most watched videos on No Treble for the month of February 2019.
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We saw a lot of great performances at this year’s NAMM show. We missed this one, but thankfully there’s a video to share. In this clip, Mohini Dey wows the crowd with a live performance at the SIT Strings booth.
WATCH: Late last year we shared a video of John Entwistle on Rick Wakeman’s show GasTank performing the song, “Go America.” This time we’re featuring The Ox playing and singing the classic “Twist and Shout.”
In July 1990, Phil Collins recorded a live performance in Berlin during the “The Serious Hits… Live!” tour. Here’s a special camera angle from the show on the tune “Inside Out,” which focuses on drummer Chester Thompson and bassist Leland Sklar.
Linda Ronstadt released “Mad Love” thirty-nine years ago, which coincided with a live concert special for HBO. Here, the band performs the smash hit “You’re No Good.” Bob Glaub’s buttery P-bass groove sits right in the pocket, and he even takes a tasty solo.
Bass technique has really evolved from the early days of the instrument, and Nathan Navarro demonstrates that in this incredible two-minute solo. From fingerstyle to double thumbing to harmonics, the bassist absolutely tears it up while utilizing the whole range of his instrument.
The Markbass booth was a hot spot for great bass performances at the 2019 NAMM Show. In this clip, Marcus Miller, Richard Bona and Hadrien Feraud take the stage to jam and trade solos.
I love it when Stuart Clayton posts one of his “Giants of Bass” videos. He named this one “Who Dunnit?” which focuses on the style of Duck Dunn.
Tal Wilkenfeld has released another video featuring music from her upcoming album, “Love Remains,” which is set to drop on March 15th. This live performance of “Killing Me” was filmed at The Who’s ‘The Who Hits 50!’ tour stop at TD Garden in Boston, MA in 2016.
During the 2019 Winter NAMM show, Victor Wooten and John Ferrara got together at the Hartke booth to jam, and it was fantastic.
In 2013, Richard Bona performed at the RTL Jazz Festival. Here’s an amazing clip of him taking on the Jaco Pastorius tune, “Three Views of a Secret.” It doesn’t get any better than this.