No Treble reader Jason Kishander sent us this video of him covering the Marcus Miller tune, “Run for Cover.” He told us this version was arranged “by the awesome talented prodigy Yohan Kim.”
Leonid Vorobyev is back with another Chicago cover by his group, Leonid & Friends. The group was created as a tribute “to one of the greatest bands in the world.” This time around, they tackle “You Are On My Mind,” from the multi-platinum Chicago X album, released in 1976.
I’ve seen Gabriel Severn show up on Facebook more and more lately. And it is no surprise. The 12-year-old bassist is playing well beyond his years. In this clip, Gabriel takes on Adam Nitti’s “Not of This World.” Watch out world!
Level 42 always has sick bass lines thanks to Mark King. That’s not lost on Scott Whitley, who whipped up this killer bass version of the tune utilizing his signature bass and a piccolo bass for the melody lines. This one is sure to get you in gear!
It has been a while since we featured an Overdriver video. The duo of Fabi Terada and Evandro Tiburski recently shared their fun cover of Bob Marley’s “Three Little Birds,” which features some nifty bass by Fabi, and a Spongebob themed ukulele.
Bassist Franck Hermanny always impresses with his incredible facility and musicianship on the bass. This video once again showcases all of that, with an all-bass arrangement of Toto’s “Georgy Porgy.” “Here’s my little tribute to the Porcaro Brothers, and this great tune… YES, I know, Mike Porcaro didn’t play bass on the original but listening to live recordings with him,...
We were all devastated by the news of the passing of Walter Becker earlier this month. Karl Clews decided to pay tribute to Mr. Becker, with a bass arrangement of Steely Dan’s “Josie.”
We’re big fans of the band known as Harbouring Oceans. Bassist Ken Farrell sent us this video and note: “You featured a video of ours last year called ‘Enso.’ We’re back with a reharmonized 90 second cover of ‘Wonderwall’ and would love for you to feature it…” We dig it! How about you?
Here’s another fantastic cover by bassist Leonid Vorobyev and his Leonid & Friends Chicago tribute band. This time around, the band performs “Saturday In The Park.” As always, they nailed it.
Absurdcus has a new video, and it is spectacular. Here’s his arrangement of London Grammar’s “Hey Now.” He said “all sounds made with basses,” which is the way we like it.