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Old School Doug Wimbish: Doug Jam (1990)

Old School Doug Wimbish: Doug Jam (1990)

Even Doug Wimbish‘s sound checks are cool. Here’s Doug at Southern Studios in London, back in 1990.

Alain Caron Solo with Uzeb

Alain Caron Solo with Uzeb

Alain Caron is making it look easy in this live solo clip from a Uzeb concert performance. Uzeb was a Canadian band, active from 1976 until 1992.

Stanley Clarke: School Days (1990)

Stanley Clarke: School Days (1990)

Here’s a live Montreux Jazz Festival of Stanley Clarke‘s “School Days”, performance by Clarke and George Duke. The video gives you a close up look at Clarke’s Alembic bass (and playing!)

Miles Mosley: Take Me Home

Miles Mosley: Take Me Home

Another great live performance by our friend Miles Mosley, performing “Take Me Home”. What a kickin’ tune!

Slam Stewart: Flat Foot Floogie

Slam Stewart: Flat Foot Floogie

Dig this! Slam Stewart was one of the most if not the most recorded jazz bassists in the 40s, known for his bowing and singing along with his impeccable bass lines. Seeing him live was a treat nobody could forget. Here he is live with the Benny Goodman Quartet.

Alberto Rigoni: Trying To Forget

Alberto Rigoni: Trying To Forget

Here’s a cool, spacy, harmonic-filled bass solo from Italian bassist Alberto Rigoni from his latest solo album, Something Different.

Uriah Duffy: Superstitious Solo

Uriah Duffy: Superstitious Solo

Today’s video comes from Uriah Duffy, who sent along this note with it: After leaving Whitesnake, I’ve returned to gigs with various artists as a bassist for hire, which I love doing. There are some great new original projects for me these days, but for now, here’s a lil 5-string solo flavor over “Superstitious”, using my beloved Lakland 55-94 and...

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Owen Biddle Sets Record For Most Wah Pedals Used On a Bass

Owen Biddle Sets Record For Most Wah Pedals Used On a Bass

Owen Biddle of the Roots currently holds the record for most Wah pedals used on a bass at one time, according to the open source platformed Universal Record Database. Apparently he tried for six, but a bad cable cut him down to two. Who out there is gonna challenge him?

Esperanza Spalding: I Can’t Help It (Michael Jackson Cover)

Esperanza Spalding: I Can’t Help It (Michael Jackson Cover)

Last year, during a live performance at Le New Morning in Paris, Esperanza Spalding performed her own arrangement of Michael Jackson’s “I Can’t Help It”. She’s performing the tune on her Godin 5-string fretless bass.

Todd Smallie and Yonrico Scott Teach Jazz To Kids

Todd Smallie and Yonrico Scott Teach Jazz To Kids

Here’s a clip of bassist Todd Smallie and drummer Yonrico Scott laying it down during cultural day at Oakgrove Elementary School. The two, who make up part of the rhythm section for the Derek Trucks band, blow through the jazz standards “Tenor Madness”, “All Blues” and “The Chicken”. Notice the Grammy on the desk…

Ain’t No Mountain High Enough: James Jamerson’s Isolated Bass

Ain’t No Mountain High Enough: James Jamerson’s Isolated Bass

If it’s James Jamerson on bass, you don’t need anything else. This isolated track of “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” proves it.

Paul Jackson with the Strandberg Project: The Groove

Paul Jackson with the Strandberg Project: The Groove

Paul Jackson joined bassist Jan-Olof Strandberg for his album The Strandberg Project back in 2005, and this recently posted video shows the duo jamming it out again on the tune “The Groove.”