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The Who Celebrates 50th with Concert Recordings
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The Who Celebrates 50th with Concert Recordings

The Who’s June 26 concert in London’s Hyde Park is now available for purchase on CD and video as Live In Hyde Park. The show – part of the band’s 50th anniversary tour – featured original members Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend. Bassist Pino Palladino played parts made famous by the late John Entwistle. At the June 25 Hyde Park...

D’Angelo’s “Voodoo” Gets 15th Anniversary Vinyl Release
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D’Angelo’s “Voodoo” Gets 15th Anniversary Vinyl Release

D’Angelo’s Voodoo was a delight for bass/soul fans, offering up grooves from star session player Pino Palladino. Inspired by old-school soul and R&B, the 2000 record is now considered a classic, and it’s getting the kind of treatment a classic deserves — a reissue on heavyweight white vinyl. The reissue has appeared as D’Angelo prepares to hit the road to...

Pino Palladino Transcription Book Released
Sheet Music & Instruction

Pino Palladino Transcription Book Released

It’s hard to find someone who doesn’t know or love superstar sideman Pino Palladino’s bass lines, knowingly or unknowingly. Pino Palladino – Bass Transcriptions (w/ bass Tabs) – Classic Fretless Tracks, from playbasslines.com, covers a handful of the songs for which Palladino — who has worked with Tears for Fears, Paul Young, Paul McCartney, Don Henley, Jeff Beck, The Who...

2014 Reader Favorites – #9: Pino Palladino
2014 Reader Favorites

2014 Reader Favorites – #9: Pino Palladino

It amazes me how few people outside the community of bassists recognize the name Pino Palladino. Regardless, most everyone who wouldn’t recognize his name would no doubt recognize one of his brilliant bass lines. Thanks to those bass lines (in a handful of videos), plus some stories on the bass great, Pino once again makes the annual No Treble reader...

D’Angelo Debuts Long-Awaited Album, Featuring Pino Palladino
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D’Angelo Debuts Long-Awaited Album, Featuring Pino Palladino

2014 has been a good year for sneak albums, but R&B master D’Angelo may have taken the cake by releasing over the course of a weekend. The album, which is his first in fourteen years, is a tremendous return that pushes his art forward while keeping true to his voice. D’Angelo took a more serious approach for Black Messiah with...

“An Evening of Who Music” Benefit Concert to Feature Geddy Lee and Others
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“An Evening of Who Music” Benefit Concert to Feature Geddy Lee and Others

The Who is celebrating their 50th anniversary this year, and they’re doing some important work. The band has announced they’ll be performing at a benefit concert on November 11th in support of the Teenage Cancer Trust. The “house band” for the event will include Simon Townshend, Zak Starkey, Pino Palladino, Billy Nicholls, Frank Simes, Loren Gold and John Coury. The...

The Who Hits 50! Celebrates Five Decades of the Iconic Rock Band’s Output
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The Who Hits 50! Celebrates Five Decades of the Iconic Rock Band’s Output

As The Who celebrates the 50th anniversary of its recording career with a 2014-15 tour, it’s also releasing a greatest hits collection, , as part of the celebration. While the 2-CD set features work from late, great bassist John Entwistle (including “Boris the Spider” on which he also sings lead), it also features The Who’s first new single in eight...

Dominic Miller, Manu Katché and Pino Palladino: Rush Hour
Bass Videos

Dominic Miller, Manu Katché and Pino Palladino: Rush Hour

One Shot Not was a terrific show aired on French television from 2007 until 2011. Described as a way to discover artists from multiple musical backgrounds through recorded sessions, the inspiration for the show was David Sanborn’s and Jools Holland’s “Night Music” program. In their final year of airing, guitarist Dominic Miller joined bassist Pino Palladino and drummer Manu Katché....

The Who’s “Quadrophenia: Live in London” Show Released
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The Who’s “Quadrophenia: Live in London” Show Released

Did you miss The Who’s 2013 tour to celebrate the 40th anniversary of mod rock opera Quadrophenia? No worries — you can catch it now in this captured on July 8, 2013 at London’s Wembley Arena. Pino Palladino played in the place of the late John Entwistle — for most of the show. However, through the use of technology, including...

John Mayer Trio with Pino Palladino: Chicken Grease/Cissy Strut Jam
Bass Videos

John Mayer Trio with Pino Palladino: Chicken Grease/Cissy Strut Jam

I’ve said it before… by far, my favorite work by John Mayer is with his trio, thanks to Pino Palladino and Steve Jordan backing him up. Here’s the trio in 2005 performing a bonus jam at the end of a concert, including “Chicken Grease” and “Cissy Strut”. Each member of the band gets his own showcase, making this even better.