I was thrilled to discover that Pino Palladino and Blake Mills (along with Abe Rounds and Sam Gendel) recorded a Tiny Desk (Home) Concert. Check out the group performing three tunes from “Notes With Attachments”.
In 2014, Simon Wood-Harris shared a video for his Unidentified Flying Project. “There is a Dream” was a huge hit for readers, thanks in part to Pino Palladino. Seven years later, we get to hear more, with their tune, “Dance The Rain”.
Pino Palladino’s highly-anticipated album with producer and multi-instrumentalist Blake Mills is now available. “Notes With Attachments” marks the bass legend’s debut as a co-leader, though the record was originally conceived as a solo effort.
Ever since Pino Palladino and Blake Mills announced their collaborative album, we’ve been dying to hear more. Now the duo has unveiled a live performance video for “Man From Molse” featuring the bassist on his iconic fretless Music Man StingRay.
As one of the most in-demand bassists in the world, Pino Palladino has worked as a sideman on countless records. Now he’s releasing “Notes With Attachments” with producer Blake Mills, which marks his first album as a co-leader.
John Mayer Trio’s “Try” is one of my favorite records in my collection. Pino Palladino is an absolute monster throughout, so it was great to spot this video by EuBasss, who plays along to “Good Love Is On The Way” and shares the transcription.
Alex Browne tipped us to this awesome video of singer/songwriter Rex Orange County in the studio with the one and only Pino Palladino. The duo performed three songs from the guitarist’s 2016 album, “bcos u will never be free”.
Margo Price has been taking the country by storm with her blend of country, folk, and rock & roll, which earned her a Grammy nomination. Now she’s released her third studio album, “That’s How Rumors Get Started”, featuring Pino Palladino on bass.
Perhaps the busiest man on the bass scene, Pino Palladino was featured on several new albums this year. And as is the case with Pino, readers responded with a lot of clicks, landing him at the #5 slot on this year’s “Reader Favorite Bassists” list.
The Who may have started their recording career 55 years ago, but Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend are still going. Their latest album, “Who,” marks their 12th studio album, and features Pino Palladino and Gus Seyffert.
Former Chicago bassist and vocalist Jason Scheff has released “Here I Am,” which marks his second solo album. Scheff shares bass duties with DeMarcus as well as session ace Pino Palladino, who is on two tracks.
Robbie Robertson has returned with a new solo album entitled “Sinematic” that is a darker, more intimate look at the famed guitarist from The Band. The majority of the tracks feature Pino Palladino, while two include Reggie Hamilton.