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Tim Starace: “La Villa Strangiato” Bass/Keys/Pedals Cover

Tim Starace: “La Villa Strangiato” Bass/Keys/Pedals Cover

When I watched this video by Tim Starace, I thought to myself that he’s making his music room double as a home gym. Here he is playing bass, keyboards, and pedals on “La Villa Strangiato.”

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Herbie Hancock and an All-Star Band: Hang Up Your Hang Ups (Live)

Herbie Hancock and an All-Star Band: Hang Up Your Hang Ups (Live)

The amount of talent on a single stage in this video is mind-blowing. This clip comes from the 2014 Global Concert in Osaka, Japan, with Herbie Hancock backed by a supergroup (including Marcus Miller) on a performance of “Hang Up Your Hang Ups.”

Ellen Alaverdyan: Summer Jam

Ellen Alaverdyan: Summer Jam

Ellen Alaverdyan has a new video out, and this one features an original tune by her dad, Hovak. They’re joined by Murzo on keyboards, 13-year-old Alisaxie Xiaotong on drums, and 17-year-old Noah-Benedikt Hahn on sax to perform “Summer Jam.”

Paul Thompson: Climbing “Ain’t No Mountain” with James Jamerson

Paul Thompson: Climbing “Ain’t No Mountain” with James Jamerson

I could watch videos by Paul Thompson (aka pdbass) all day. The way he breaks down music is remarkable. In this clip, Thompson breaks down versions of “Ain't No Mountain High Enough,” and the incredible work of James Jamerson.

Zander Zon: Kinetic (Revisited)

Zander Zon: Kinetic (Revisited)

Zander Zon has been revisiting his back catalog with new videos, and I’ve been enjoying it. From his second album, “Saturn Return,” here’s the song, “Kinetic.”

Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, Matt Stone, and Primus: Closer to the Heart

Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, Matt Stone, and Primus: Closer to the Heart

On August 10th, Primus performed at Red Rocks as part of the 25th anniversary celebration of South Park. There was a big surprise: Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson took the stage and performed “Closer to the Heart” with Matt Stone and the band.

Frank Brunot: In Jesus Name

Frank Brunot: In Jesus Name

Every time Frank Brunot drops something new, whether it be music or a new video, I always know I’m about to hear something amazing. The tone from his Bass Mods signature bass is phat, and I love how every note is intentional!

Tedeschi Trucks Band: Soul Sweet Song

Tedeschi Trucks Band: Soul Sweet Song

Tedeschi Trucks Band just dropped a new video single from their “I Am The Moon” series, and this one is a beautiful tribute to Kofi Burbridge, who passed away in 2019.

Weather Report: The Pursuit Of The Woman With The Feathered Hat (Live at Lisner – 1978)

Weather Report: The Pursuit Of The Woman With The Feathered Hat (Live at Lisner – 1978)

We can always count on Rick Suchow to unearth some true gems. Here’s one he just shared of Weather Report (with Jaco Pastorius) performing “The Pursuit Of The Woman With The Feathered Hat” in 1978.

Charles Berthoud: Neurotica (Solo Bass Arrangement)

Charles Berthoud: Neurotica (Solo Bass Arrangement)

Charles Berthoud took Polyphia’s new tune “Neurotica” and turned it into an epic solo bass arrangement. This guy continues to blow our minds with each video.

Primus: Follow The Fool

Primus: Follow The Fool

The latest Primus EP, “Conspiranoid,” featured just three tracks, but each one was a slam dunk for fans of the band. Les Claypool and the gang have just released a music video for “Follow The Fool.”

Bass Extremes: “Just-in Time” (Featuring Justin Chancellor)

Bass Extremes: “Just-in Time” (Featuring Justin Chancellor)

Victor Wooten surprised everyone yesterday when he dropped a new Bass Extremes video with Steve Bailey. The duo is joined in this clip by Tool’s Justin Chancellor on “Just-in Time,” from the upcoming album, “S’Low Down.”