Our friend Huw Foster sent us his latest video, and in this one, he breaks down five bass lines from Prince’s catalog.
Our friend Huw Foster sent us his latest video, with his beautiful solo bass arrangement and performance of The Beatles’ “Mother Nature’s Son”.
Like most of us, Huw Foster has missed playing live these past few months. So he started a series of live looping videos to try to recreate that feeling. Check out this funky clip, “LiveLoop 4”.
Huw Foster sent us this terrific video the other day, and we’re digging it. He took Jeff Buckley’s “Lover, You Should’ve Come Over” and turned it into a three-bass arrangement. Huw shared the story behind it as well.
Huw Foster just shared the latest from Goodfoot, and we’re digging this funky tune. “Love Come Down” is the title track from the band’s brand new EP.
Bassist Huw Foster shared this video on our Facebook Group, saying “My band did a live video. There’s even – don’t say it too loud – a bass solo.” “The One” was recorded live at Cluedup Coffee in London and features plenty of funky goodness.
Bassist Huw Foster shared his latest project with us, and we’re digging it big time. “This track is called ‘Get Up’. It’s quite bass-heavy (I co-wrote it with the singer Danny Sharples so that’s to be expected!), and people have been comparing it to the likes of Chic, Jamiroquai and Earth, Wind & Fire,” Huw shared. The track is available...
We’ve featured the solo work of bassist Huw Foster before, to rave reviews. He shared another video with us – this time in a band setting. The band is Narcissus, and this video was recorded at their EFG London Jazz Festival performance last November. Huw said that this tune, “Criss Cross” is “the most bass-centric tune… as it starts with...
I love Huw Foster’s approach to solo bass arrangements. Here’s another great example of his playing and musicianship on this bass-focused version of Coldplay’s “Trouble”. Huw is joined by Joe Jacquest on vocals.
Until today, I’ve never seen a video by bassist Huw Foster. Now I’ve seen a ton. I enjoyed them all, but this one stood out. Huw plays an improvised intro and outro, with the tune starting around the 0:38 mark. He’s even incorporated a riff from the Live at Last version.