After much tumult and turmoil, Journey has returned with their fifteenth studio album, entitled “Freedom.” The album is the first to feature bassist Randy Jackson since 1986’s “Raised On Radio.”
The Berklee Bass Department is back again with their weekly webinar hosted by Steve Bailey, Victor Wooten, and John Patitucci. This week’s session will spotlight the “producer/bassist,” with an incredible lineup.
History seems to be repeating itself. After firing Steve Smith and Ross Valory earlier this year, Journey has announced that Randy Jackson and Narada Michael Walden have joined the band.
Although Roger Waters released Amused to Death in 1992, its look at an entertainment-obsessed society still rings true, which helps make the remastered version of the album even more powerful. The record, featuring a slew of bassists (Waters, John Patitucci, Guo Yi, Tim Pierce, John Pierce, Randy Jackson, and Jimmy Johnson) has been given a new 5.1 surround sound remix...
Long before his gig on American Idol, Randy Jackson mastered the groove. Today’s video is taken from Jackson’s Mastering the Groove instructional DVD. That’s hot, dawg.