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Adam Ben Ezra: “Dear Prudence” Bass Cover
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Adam Ben Ezra: “Dear Prudence” Bass Cover

Adam Ben Ezra doesn’t need a lot to produce his music. But he does an awful lot, in a most impressive way. Here’s Adam taking on the Beatles’ “Dear Prudence” with his upright bass, a loop recorder and his voice… live.

Adam Ben Ezra: “Can’t Stop Running” Collaboration with Gianni Bardaro
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Adam Ben Ezra: “Can’t Stop Running” Collaboration with Gianni Bardaro

Last July, we shared Adam Ben Ezra‘s impressive solo performance of “Can’t Stop Running“. Adam created a new video from that one, thanks to a long distance collaboration with saxophonist Gianni Bardaro, who is based in Denmark. Once again, Adam blows us away with his playing, his creativity and his amazing video productions.

Adam Ben Ezra: “Flamenco” Solo Bass
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Adam Ben Ezra: “Flamenco” Solo Bass

Holy smokes, Adam Ben Ezra keeps delivering the good stuff. He he is performing his latest composition, “Flamenco”. Adam has made the tune available through Candyrat, iTunes and Amazon.

Adam Ben Ezra: Solo Bass Cover of Andy McKee’s “Drifting”
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Adam Ben Ezra: Solo Bass Cover of Andy McKee’s “Drifting”

I can’t remember when I first discovered Adam Ben Ezra on Youtube, just that I was completely blown away. Browsing through videos today, I decided to go back and look at Adam’s older work. Then I stumbled upon Adam’s cover of the Andy McKee tune, “Drifting”. And once again: mind blown. In addition to incredible solo bass work, there’s some...

Adam Ben Ezra: Openland
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Adam Ben Ezra: Openland

Whenever a new video by bassist Adam Ben Ezra arrives, I pretty much drop what I’m doing to watch it. Each time, I wonder how Adam will raise the bar on what he does, and pretty much every time, he does. In this performance of “Openland”, Adam plays multiple instruments. He said the tune provided him “with an excuse to...

Adam Ben Ezra: Can’t Stop Running
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Adam Ben Ezra: Can’t Stop Running

Our Facebook friend Guy Dayan shared this video with us, and we are happy to pay it forward (we’re huge Adam Ben Ezra fans here.) This is Adam’s latest video, featuring his original composition, “Can’t Stop Running”. Adam says, “One take, no loops or layers.” Amazing. The track is available for purchase via Adam’s BandCamp page: Can’t Stop Running by...

Adam Ben Ezra: The Busker
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Adam Ben Ezra: The Busker

Time for some more musical goodness from bassist Adam Ben Ezra. This tune, “The Busker” is one of Adam’s original compositions. Is there anything he can’t do with a bass?

Adam Ben Ezra: Live Victor Wooten Concert Performance
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Adam Ben Ezra: Live Victor Wooten Concert Performance

What a show this must have been! Here’s Israeli bassist Adam Ben Ezra performing his arrangements of “Black Orpheus” and “Besame Mucho” live at a Victor Wooten show in Tel Aviv in May, 2011. Bassists ruled the night, the way it should be!

Adam Ben Ezra: Tumbada – Singing With My Bass
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Adam Ben Ezra: Tumbada – Singing With My Bass

Any time a new Adam Ben Ezra video hits, I’m all ears. And Adam never disappoints. Check out this nice fretless work (and singing) from Adam, on his original tune “Tumbada”.

Adam Ben Ezra: Mad Men Theme Song, All-Bass Cover
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Adam Ben Ezra: Mad Men Theme Song, All-Bass Cover

Adam Ben Ezra once again blows our minds with this all-bass version of the Mad Men theme song. Adam combines great bass playing on upright and electric with some props, some humor and great cinematography. The Mad Men theme is from RJD2’s track “A Beautiful Mine”, from Magnificent City Instrumentals. Thanks to our Facebook friend, Erez Ein Dor, for sharing...

Adam Ben Ezra: At The Saloona
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Adam Ben Ezra: At The Saloona

Here’s a short but very entertaining video from bassist Adam Ben Ezra who performs on electric, upright and melodica in this piece he calls “At the Saloona”.

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Adam Ben Ezra: upright bass solo

Bassist Adam Ben Ezra put together two well known Latin pieces (Orpheus Negros and Besame Mucho) to create this solo piece for double bass. Well, maybe not exactly solo… he had some help from the birds.