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Linda Ronstadt with Bob Glaub: You’re No Good (Live In Hollywood 1980)
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Linda Ronstadt with Bob Glaub: You’re No Good (Live In Hollywood 1980)

Linda Ronstadt released “Mad Love” thirty-nine years ago, which coincided with a live concert special for HBO. Here, the band performs the smash hit “You’re No Good.” Bob Glaub’s buttery P-bass groove sits right in the pocket, and he even takes a tasty solo.

Jackson Browne’s Latest Album Showcases Veteran and Young Bassists
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Jackson Browne’s Latest Album Showcases Veteran and Young Bassists

Jackson Browne has returned with his first album in six years, . The record, which includes a full-band version of one of his oldest songs, 1967’s “The Birds of St. Marks,” also sees him working again with superstar session bassist Bob Glaub, who played on classic Browne albums like “Lawyers in Love”, “Hold Out”, and “The Pretender”. However, Glaub isn’t...

Stories Behind the Song: Bob Glaub
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Stories Behind the Song: Bob Glaub

Bob Glaub’s resume reads like a who’s who of pop and rock royalty. He’s done session work and toured with artists including John Lennon, Jackson Browne, Linda Ronstadt, Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, Rod Stewart, Ringo Starr, Donna Summer, Stevie Nicks, Crosby, Stills & Nash (& Young), Warren Zevon, John Fogerty, and Leonard Cohen, to name just a few. But through...

Dan Lakin Launches D. Lakin Basses with Two New Models
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Dan Lakin Launches D. Lakin Basses with Two New Models

Three years after selling Lakland Basses to a private investment group, Dan Lakin is getting back into the bass building business. His new company, D. Lakin Basses, is launching two new models that with his signature artists Joe Osborn and Bob Glaub. The Joe Osborn 4 is defined by a pair of single coil D. Lakin pickups with a 1.5″...