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|12-01-2010, 09:15 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Anyone into Jazz Bass?
I only ask because I was goofing around on youtube, and somehow paintball ended up bringing me to this man, Marcus Miller. And I must say...very talented.
Some of my friends will attest to the fact that I have very random tastes in music, ranging from metal to pop and rap. Lately I've been getting into classical. I find it very relaxing, eases stress and it's great music to tinker on guns with
Anyone else know of any good classical "remixes" like this? I'm enjoying this rather much, and I've always loved the original moonlight sonata.
|12-18-2010, 01:02 AM||#4 (permalink)|
Sly Fox Cyndicate
Bit late to the discussion but I am a jazz bassist myself. Checkup out my youtube channel Criticalhammer007. I track down a bunch of Jazz music and store it there. My yt channel is an ever morphing listing of music I like. YT constantly deletes music I collect but I try my best to keep it going. One of my inspirations is a former jazz bassist called Jaco Pastorius. He revolutionized the bass and you see lots of his influence to this day. Shame the guy got his face kicked in by a bouncer and died.
A few jazz bands you might like: Bela fleck and the fleck stones, Casiopea (look for their earlier work), Weather report, Hiromi Uehara, Screaming headless torsos.
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Last edited by criticalhammer; 12-18-2010 at 01:12 AM.