In 2016, Stuart Clayton of Bassline Publishing released a full transcription book for Stuart Hamm’s solo album, “The Book of Lies.” Now he’s done it again with a note-for-note book on “Hold Fast,” which Hamm dropped earlier this year.
Stuart Clayton shared this video of his band Superstition getting down to one of the biggest hits of the 80s, “Footloose.” The original included the legendary bass line by the great Nathan East, and Stuart nailed it.
Stuart Clayton and Bassline Publishing have expanded their transcription book offering with a new deep dive on a bass icon. “The John Entwistle Bass Book” features full transcriptions from The Ox’s career.
Stuart Clayton is back with another bass cover/transcription video, and this one is “devilishly challenging to play accurately,” he says. From Jaco Pastorius’s debut album, Stuart plays through “Come On, Come Over” on his Mayones Viking bass.
Stuart Clayton of Bassline Publishing has just released a new transcription book featuring 14 lines from the Brothers Johnson. The track list includes the band’s biggest hits like “Stomp,” “Strawberry Letter 23,” “Ain’t We Funkin’ Now,” and more.
Stuart Clayton published “The Plectrum Bass Book” earlier this year. Yesterday, he dropped this video of him playing along to Sly Stone’s “I Get High on You” - one of the earliest recordings by the great Bobby Vega.
We’ve been digging what Cory Wong has been doing for a while now, especially when that involves Sonny T. Stuart Clayton shared this video of him playing along to Wong’s “News to Me,” and Sonny’s awesome bass line. Dig that ’66 Fender Jazz too!
Stuart Clayton has released another great set of transcriptions in his latest offering, “The Plectrum Bass Book.” The collection of 16 complete bass lines highlights some of the best pick playing in bass history.
Stuart Hamm has been creating jaw-dropping music for decades, and now Bassline Publishing is helping you to learn his back catalog. “Stuart Hamm Bass Transcriptions – The Early Years” features detailed transcriptions from Stu’s first three albums.
Initially released in 2010, “The Mark King Bass Book” by Stuart Clayton has been re-licensed and re-released. The 192-page book features transcriptions of 10 of King’s bass lines from Level 42’s catalog as well as four live bass solos.
It’s time to get your dance on. Stuart Clayton has just released “The Chic Book”, a transcription book that compiles 18 songs with both bass and guitar parts written out. That means you can learn the parts from both Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards.
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.