#5
Pretty much every Pantera song. The first ones that come to mind are Floods, 5 Minutes Alone and Walk.
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#6
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Pretty much every Pantera song. The first ones that come to mind are Floods, 5 Minutes Alone and Walk.


YES. Rex's tone in Floods is the the tone I strive to achieve.
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#7
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Damn beat me to it!

However:
wet sand - red hot chilli peppers
also had to be said
#9
Most anything with The Ox.
Roger Waters in Time.
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#12
Anything with Scott Reeder on it.
The bass under the warpigs solo though,god like
Seagulls,the chicken of the ocean.

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#13
Boston's Hitch a Ride.
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#14
For once in my life by Stevie Wonder, at 1:30 Stevie does a little solo on the harmonica and Jamerson plays a pretty sweet little counter melody to it. Hands down one of my all time favorites.

This is what I strive for... to be able to create a rock solid groove, while playing a melody.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4bAliqnJMGI
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Well played, sir, well played.
#15
I once went to a Victor Wooten show where he had his own backing bass player. I believe his name was Anthony. Many times Victor would go up high to solo Anthony would back him up on his 5-string playing some seriously sweet grooves.

It was the only time I've ever heard two bassists playing at the same time that sounded good.


Oh wait.... I misread the thread title.


Love the Low end
#16
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I once went to a Victor Wooten show where he had his own backing bass player. I believe his name was Anthony. Many times Victor would go up high to solo Anthony would back him up on his 5-string playing some seriously sweet grooves.

It was the only time I've ever heard two bassists playing at the same time that sounded good.


Oh wait.... I misread the thread title.



Anthony Wellington is one bad mo-fo!
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Well played, sir, well played.