Top 10: The Most Watched Bass Videos (July 2020)
Time to clear your calendar for now, because it is time for us to celebrate a whole lot of bass goodness.
Here are the top 10 reader favorite videos for the month of July 2020.
Leland Sklar has filled this time of social distancing with some incredible videos. This one starts with Leland playing along to a live clip of Toto’s “Rosanna”, which features a great jam section. After the track, he talks about the performance and more.
Today is Geddy Lee’s birthday, and we’re celebrating with a video by Les Claypool, Danny Carey, Bill Kelliher, Claudio Sanchez, and Steve Brodsky paying tribute to Rush, with their version of “Anthem.” Get ready to rock.
Put on your headphones, or better yet – plug this into your surround sound system. Nathan Navarro just sent us this video, which features him playing a Wilcox bass with a breakout box that essentially routes each string to its own output.
No Treble columnist Ryan Madora is old-school cool. And her band The Interludes is the perfect showcase for her skills. In this clip, Ryan plays through the second track from the band’s debut album. Dig those groovy lines (and her solo) on “D’funked.”
Dirty Loops shared a new video with this as the caption: “Do you have any gigs? Neither do we…” But that’s not stopping the band from having some fun. Here are Henrik Linder and Aron Mellergård throwing down on “Chicken Lover.”
No Treble reader, bassist, and author Chuck Bianchi sent us this stunning video of him performing J.S. Bach’s “Gigue in D minor” on bass guitar.
Scary Pockets is back with another cover – sometimes chill, and sometimes funky. Featuring vocalist/drummer Elise Trouw, the band covers Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams.” Nick Campbell provides the foundation on a 1965 Fender P-Bass.
Vulfpeck has announced a new album, “Inside the Mind of Woody Goss”, which features all of Woody’s Vulf compositions on one record. Here’s the video of the tune “Radio Shack”, with Joe Dart on the Joe Dart Bass.
Zander Zon has a new Mayones bass, and so he’s changing things up with this new video. Strung with regular strings (vs. his typical piccolo bass set-up), we get to hear one of his incredible bass arrangements with a new sound.
It’s been a while since we’ve seen a video from Snarky Puppy, but they recently released this remixed and remastered version of “Flood” from “Tell Your Friends”. The tune was written by Michael League, who handles both bass and keybass on the track.