Top 10: The Most Watched Bass Videos (March 2021)
Time to sit back and enjoy another full slate of bass goodness, in the form of the monthly top 10 bass videos.
Here are your favorites for the month of March 2021.
Billy Sheehan is gearing up to do a new video series, and this one is on the gear itself. In this clip, Billy shares his thoughts on how to make a cheap bass play better.
Today, I’m coming at you with an isolated bass video featuring the great Louis Johnson! In this clip, we hear LJ’s bass from “Off The Wall”, and the two basses for the recording: the trusty Stingray, and the classic Alembic Series I bass.
Like most of us, Luke McIntosh became pretty obsessed with Joe Dart’s work with Vulfpeck. In the end, Luke transcribed 69 Dart bass lines and broke it all down in this video (with transcriptions).
Today’s clip is brought to you by the legend, BrownMark. He gives us some secret sauce and other techniques that create that classic “Grease” that Prince is known for amongst musicians.
Wolfgang Van Halen’s long-awaited Mammoth WVH album is releasing in June. He just dropped a new video of one of the tracks, and it is impressive. The multi-instrumentalist made the video fun too.
David Pastorius shared this on Facebook the other day and it knocked me out. He and his band Local 518 recorded this rehearsal session, with the band tearing through the Tower of Power tune, “What Is Hip?”
Ryan Madora is back with another incredible lesson video, breaking down one of the all-time great bass grooves, “Express Yourself” by Charles Wright & The Watts 103rd St Rhythm Band.
Bart Funk Bass has shared a great clip with Joe Dart isolated on the Vulfpeck tune, “Disco Ulysses”. We always love the isolated clips, as well as anything by Dart!
The new project from Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak is called Silk Sonic, and they couldn’t have picked a better name. Their debut single is the ultimately catchy “Leave The Door Open,” which features some slick bass work of Brody Brown.
King Crimson made an appearance on Conan O’Brien’s show in 1995, in support of their album “Thrak”. Here’s a great sounding clip from that show, with Tony Levin and the band performing “Dinosaur”.