Bee Gees: Maurice Gibbs’s Isolated Bass on “You Should Be Dancing”

I absolutely love the way bass sounds with a pick. Throw on your bell bottoms and platforms as we take it back to 1976.

In today’s clip, we hear the isolated bass track for the Bee Gee’s #1 classic, “You Should Be Dancing”. The tone coming from that P Bass is glorious. The song is part of the famed “Saturday Night Fever” soundtrack. Maurice Gibbs’s playing is rock solid on this tune. A great lesson on pocket bass playing!

Joshua Sailor is a session bassist, producer and engineer on the West Coast. Currently working with Cloud Microphones on the "Get Lifted" Web Series, showcasing how to use Cloudlifters in studio, live and podcasting situations. You can contact him at [email protected].

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  1. MARK B

    COOL