Orlando le Fleming sent us his latest video, which is an amazing rendition of the jazz standard “What’s New?” performed with his group Romantic Funk. Coldplay vocalist Chris Martin joined the band as guest vocalist.
Jazz bassist and educator Orlando le Fleming has been releasing books on time and technique for the past few years. Now, he’s teaching how to expand on one of the most prevalent chord progressions in jazz: Rhythm Changes.
With the holidays right around the corner, it’s nice to have a few ideas to give your loved ones for gifts for their favorite bassist. That’s why we’ve compiled a handful of our favorite bass-centric books that were released this year.
Bassist and educator Orlando le Fleming has produced another instructional book for 2020. “Polymuting for Bass Guitar” covers his specific funk muting technique, which he utilizes heavily with his band Romantic Funk and with Wayne Krantz.
Bassists and renowned teachers Matt Brewer and Orlando le Fleming are teaming up for a special bass masterclass on Monday. The hour-long session will focus on jazz bass topics as well as what it takes to be a sideman in New York City.
Orlando le Fleming has followed up his 2017 album “Romantic Funk” with a new release that pays homage to the “high-intensity fusion of the 1980’s.” “Romantic Funk: The Unfamiliar” contains eight original compositions performed by a bevy of talent.
Orlando le Fleming has released a second video for his upcoming album, “Romantic Funk: The Unfamiliar”. “FOMO Blues” features a burning, syncopated groove with le Fleming locking in with drummer Nate Wood.
Next month, Orlando le Fleming is releasing “Romantic Funk: The Unfamiliar”, paying tribute to “the high-intensity fusion of the ’80s.” He posted this performance of his song “Waynes,” which pays homage to both Wayne Shorter and Wayne Krantz.
Jazz bassist Orlando le Fleming has released a new instructional book to help you get in shape for the new year. Designed for both electric and double bass, “Get It Together” focuses on “time and sound priorities for the jazz bass player.”