Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Jamie6.5, Mar 7, 2013.
And ruled the world!
And because this is NWFA
I'll see your Mel Schacher and I'll raise it w Les Claypool.
Not sure if you can call it work but if you can get paid for it, do it.
And for campy fun.
Throwdown at the Hoedown - Bela Fleck and the Flecktones
Victor Wooten on the bass.
I have NO musical talent what-so-ever, however my brother plays in two local bands and was awed by Wooten after seeing him live.
Wife is a big Les Claypool fan and I do love Primus. She also really likes Brian Bromberg as well. She played bass while in high school and I keep meaning to get her one, but I always bring her home another gun instead.
I love Victor Wooten's playing, but I hated that song. I'm sorry but banjo and slap bass do not belong together.
I don't agree with you, but my wife does. She's not a fan.
Thanks for posting these videos. I had forgotten how much I enjoyed some Primus.
Les Claypool FTW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Wanna take a trip down memory lane with a whole new point of view? Take a look at Blackberry Smoke. Southern rock has been resurrected, complete with hard driving dueling guitars, bass, piano and some of the best lyrics and vocals to come along in a long time.
I dare anyone to listen and not find something they don't like,, I double dog dare ya!
One of my fav guys!
Saw Beck, Bogert & Appice live at the Paramount NW in Portland in 1973 I think. Opened with Black Cat Moan. They played this one too. Jeff Beck / Lady - YouTube
PS, I was able to attach a link to the youtube vid here. How do I post the video window like you guys did?
Steve Harris - Iron Maiden.
I saw victor wooten live a few weeks ago. Him and the people he is touring with(including another bass player) are just astounding.
Alex Webster - bassist for Cannibal Corpse
He shows some very good insights to playing bass for an extreme metal band
No Steve Harris? Blasphemy!
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