Top 10: The Most Watched Bass Videos (July 2022)
Time to sit back, relax, and enjoy a great playlist of bass-focused music. Here are the top 10 reader favorite videos from the month of July 2022 on No Treble.
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Charles Berthoud’s videos are as fun as they are impressive. In this one, he tries out a Traveler Guitar Ultra-Light Bass and does some serious solo slap bass on it.
Paul Thompson (aka pdbass) puts together some fantastic videos breaking down iconic bass lines. In this one, he takes on the excellent work of Jerry Knight on Bill Withers’ “Lovely Day.”
Davie504 took “Gangsta’s Paradise” by Coolio and made it all about the bass. He calls it “BASSta’s Paradise.” It’s a masterpiece.
Julia Hofer is back with another “Top 5 Bass Lines” video, and this time she’s focusing on the epic lines behind Stevie Wonder’s tunes. There’s a lot packed into 7+ minutes, and it’s worth a watch.
Snarky Puppy took the stage at Glastonbury in 2022, and BBC recorded it. Here’s Michael League and the band performing “Shofukan”.
Ten-year-old bassist Ellen Alaverdyan keeps bringing the videos, and she keeps impressing us. In this new one, she plays along to Metallica’s “For Whom The Bell Tolls.” (She nailed it).
107 years ago today, the great Willie Dixon was born. Here’s a fantastic clip from 1963 with the legend performing “Sittin’ And Cryin’ The Blues”.
YYNOT has released another video from their show at the Sherman Theater in February with new vocalist Patty Pershayla. Tim Starace’s bass work comes through loud and clear on “The Body Electric”.
When a new Cory Wong video pops up, it’s just what I need: Funky bass, incredible horns, and an old school vibe. As always, Sonny Thompson shows us how it’s done. Dig “Jet Screamer”.
Frowin Ickler got a new Schönitz 6-string fretless bass, and in celebration, he sent us his first bass duet video. Using a Schönitz fretted and the new fretless, he performs his arrangement of Tom Petty’s “Free Fallin’.”