Cory Wong dropped a new video yesterday, with a preview of a new album he did with Dave Koz. Here’s the tune, “Today”, which features Koz on soprano sax and Yohannes Tona laying down the low end.
Johnnie Gilmore has released a new solo bass rendition of the Carole King classic "You've Got a Friend," and just like all of his videos, it's absolutely gorgeous.
In this video, Josh DuBois and Tim Starace rip through 23 of their favorite Geddy Lee bass lines. I love that Tim chose that epic riff on “La Villa Strangiato.” What’s your favorite?
It has been a while since we’ve featured Steve Metcalf, who has provided some incredible and unique cover videos over the years. We were thrilled to find this new one of Steve covering the Neutral Milk Hotel tune, “King of Carrot Flowers, Pt. 1.”
My love runs deep for synth bass. Today’s clip comes from the one and only Stevie Wonder. In this one, we hear Stevie’s isolated Moog Bass on the classic track, “Higher Ground”.
The Main Squeeze is back, and they’re getting the Led out on this new video. Check out their rocking take on “The Ocean”.
Rosan Asmussen shared this fantastic video on our Facebook group today, and I’ve already watched it several times. Here’s her bass and vocal jam, entitled “Natiwondeh”.
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”.
It has been quite a while since we’ve seen a video by Alessio Tori (AKA ato71), who has impressed us over the years with his bass cover videos. He’s back, and he’s taking on the great Tears for Fears tune, “Woman In Chains”.
Abstract Logix has some of the coolest videos, like this one. Oz Noy, Dave Weckl, James Genus, David Kikoski, and Brian Charette perform “Boom Boo Boom”, which is from Noy’s 2020 album, “Snapdragon”. What a killer band!
It seems that with each new video, Leonid Vorobyev’s band, Leonid & Friends, raises the bar. In this one, they did it again. Here’s their performance of “The Speck of Dust”, with the band backed by a symphony orchestra.
Ryan Madora is back with a new lesson, and this is a great one. In this clip, Ryan walks through how to play the great James Jamerson bass line to “I Can’t Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)” by The Four Tops.