Victor Lemonte Wooten emerged as a once-in-a-lifetime, game-changing bassist in the early- 90s, via his highly innovative playing with Bela Fleck & the Flecktones. Launching his solo career a few years later, with A Show of Hands, it soon became apparent that Wooten was also a major musical force, thanks to an organic and highly original approach to music and music education. In this book/online video package, Victor Wooten Bass Workshop: The Language of Music and How to Speak It, Victor reveals his musical soul.In Part 1, he outlines his ten essential elements of music including such important and under-emphasized areas as emotion and feel, dynamics, tone, phrasing, space, and listening. This section deals more with Victor s concepts and approaches and are more theoretical in nature.In Part 2, Victor addresses the personal lessons, using text, notation, tablature, and video footage to cover such key topics as warming up and hand-strengthening, tone, harmonics, thumb technique, tapping, looping, and soloing. This section is a more how to approach with hands-on demonstrations. Throughout, Victor underscores this vital material with a groove first ethic, as well an accent on being musical and creative three mandatory ingredients to becoming a highly-sought-after professional bassist. All of which makes Victor Wooten Bass Workshop a must-have tool for bass players at all levels. Includes online 4 hrs. of video that can be streamed or downloaded.
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The Michael Moore Bass MethodA first of its kind approach to the learning of double bass, incorporating traditional classical studies with practical jazz and popular music applications. Michael Moore, who has been at the top of the jazz bass scene since his arrival in New York in the 1960s, and pioneer of jazz education Clem DeRosa, combine to produce an easy to follow method designed for individual or classroom application.Nombre de pages :144
The solos in this book represent a cross section of the music of Charlie Parker. The sixty solos have been transcribed from the recordings for Bass Clef instruments.Includes Back Home Blues´, Red Cross, Ko-Ko, Visa and Chi Chi. Plus scale syllabus and biography.Ah-leu-cha An Oscar For Treadwell Another Hairdo Anthropology Au Private No. 2 Au Private No.1 Ballade Barbados Billie´s Bounce Bird Gets The Worm Black Home Blues Bloomdido Blue Bird Blues Fast Blues For Alice Buzzy Card Board Celebrity Chasing The Bird Cheryl Chi Chi Confirmation Constellation Cosmic Rays Dewey Square Diverse Donna Lee K.C. Blues Kim No. 1 Kim No. 2 Klaun Stance Ko Ko Laird Baird Leap Frog Marmaduke Merry-go-round Mohawk No. 1 Mohawk No. 2 Moose The Mooche My Little Suede Shoes Now´s The Time No. 1 Now´s The Time No. 2 Ornithology Parker´s Mood Passport Perhaps Red Cross Relaxing With Lee Scrapple From The Apple Segment Shawnuff She Rote No. 1 She Rote No. 2 Si Si Steeplechase The Bird Thriving From A Riff Visa Warming Up A Riff Yardbird Suite
Paroles et partitions pour basse (notations standards et tablatures). + un CD Audio contenant deux enregistrements pour chaque titre : un démo complète et un version sans batterie qui vous permet de jouer accompagné d´un groupeTitres : A.K.A. I-D-I-O-T (The Hives); Get Free (The Vines); Girl All The Bad Guys Want (Bowling For Soup); In Too Deep (Sum 41); The Middle (Jimmy Eat World); No One Knows (Queens Of The Stone Age); The Rock Show (Blink 182)
The Life and Music of Legendary Bassist James Jamerson
This book allows to learn and play the fantastic songs using top quality backing tracks. Standart music notation and tablature for bass. Th included CD enables you to learn how to play each piece by following full track, note-for-note version, and perfect your skillswith the play-along minus one tracks like performing with a live band.Birdland - Black Market - Cannonball - Mercy, Mercy, Mercy - Slang - Teen Town - Three View Of A Secret.
Iconic. Respected.The iconic StingRay bass continues to dominate stages and studios around the world. The no nonsense design, the tones from the 3-band preamp and pickup, the ash body, the familiar oval pickguard has supported the most important music of our generation. No denying the impact the StingRay bass has had on bassists and music in general.Using the same materials & components as the original, the Ray34 pays respect to the StingRay legacy. Lightweight ash bodies, Music Man designed active 3-band preamp, Alnico magnet humbucking pickups, hard maple necks, heavy duty Music Man designed bridges and saddles.- Swamp Ash Body- Maple neck- Maple Fingerboard- 21 frets- 6 Bolt Music Man Designed Neck Joint- Music Man Designed Humbucking Pickup- Music Man Designed 3 band Active Preamp- Music Man Designed Bridge w/ Stainless Steel Saddles- 34 Scale- Open Gear Heavy Duty Tuners- Spoke Wheel Truss Rod Adjustment
(2016/Cooking Vinyl) 12 tracks. Jack Palmer, who is 72 and sings choral music regularly for the National Cathedral in Washington DC, says ´´I believe nothing is more powerful than love, and that nothing expresses it better than singing. It was one of Amanda´s songs that began healing our fractured relationship. Years later, I hope the love that went into this project will perhaps touch listeners in the same way.´´ Amanda Palmer and (her father) Jack Palmer are set to release You Got Me Singing, a lovingly put together album, in July 2016. Amanda sings, and plays piano and ukulele, and Jack, a semi-professional choral singer, plays guitar and lends his rich bass voice to a variety of cover songs that span decades. The album was engineered by Joe Costa at Middletree studio in Nashville and recorded at Dreamland Studio in rural upstate New York. ´´The main inspiration behind this record was to share songs and time with my dad´´ says Amanda, who was separated from her father when she was less than a year old, ´´It was a really good reason to spend healing time together, sharing our musical histories, all poetically punctuated by the fact that I was 7 months pregnant when we recorded. I knew that from my post at the mixing desk and the mic, this music was being heard in the womb, and so the song selection was really important... we didn´t want this album to sound corny, we wanted it to sound like the connective tissue between three generations. The songs had to be simple.´´