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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by historicus146, Jun 27, 2016.
In a similar vein:
It would be good to have those two tunes in your back pocket
"Sweet Home Chicago" - The Blues Brothers, Duck Dunn.
The gloriously simple work of Glenn Cornick here
Man, that Tull song takes me all the way back to summer camp...thanks suthol!
In no particular order...
I always liked Manic Depression and the Jazz genre as a whole.
We must have one from Willie
Stolen Moments - Oliver Nelson, Paul Chambers on bass.
I walk the line. Johnny Cash.
And, i cant think of a better one to teach a person. But as you can tell by my name, i am kinda partial.
wild night by van morrison.
Always loved Paul's bass line in this tune....there' almost no rhyme or reason to it...very improvisational
First song that came to mind
There have to be better choices out there but for what I think of as a walking bass line, I'm stuck on "Miss You" by the Stones.
One of these...
Ray Price "Crazy Arms"
Historically a very important bass line. 4/4 walking bass line was not that common before but after Crazy Arms it was almost required or so it has been written.
Iconic walking bass: