I was thrilled to find this 2010 video by the trio of Sebastiaan Cornelissen, Frans Vollink, and Rob van Bavel covering one of Jaco Pastorius’s early years tunes. “Amelia” was written by Jaco while touring with Wayne Cochran & The C.C. Riders.
When I was at the Marleaux booth at the NAMM Show yesterday, Ariane Cap told me about a cool video Marleaux artists put together. Each musician got a drum track and was asked to play 8 bars each. The result is pretty incredible.
Our friend Helge Rudolph sent this one, saying “fresh stuff from Europe. Maybe you’ll like it?!” Heck yeah! This band is tight, and bassist Frans Vollink is laying down one nice groove.
Today’s video comes by way of Philip Wain, and features bassist Frans Vollink, drummer Sebastiaan Cornelissen and guitarist Mike Outram. Great stuff.
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Bassist Frans Vollink lays down the low end for this Gary Husband tune, “England Green”. Husband is on keyboards, with Sebastiaan Cornelissen on drums. The band was recording this for Cornelissen’s solo album, Uturn.
We recently got our hands on Go For It, the latest release by bassist Frans Vollink and his trio, One Spirit. One Spirit is a high powered jazz/fusion trio and brain-child of Vollink and drummer Sebastiaan Cornelissen, with Flying Dutchman guitarist Richard Hallenbeek joining as a new permanent member. Go For It released in April, 2009, and features guest appearances...