#1
http://youtube.com/watch?v=c8wo0FDptgs.

Definatley one of the most talented trios today. I love anthony keidis, but John Frusciante has a better voice. He can practically hit every note. Anthony specializes in the rap / older funk stuff. Butt check this jam with out him. Just amazing.
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#4
flea's probably one of the most talented bass players i've ever seen
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#5
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flea's probably one of the most talented bass players i've ever seen

agreed

and john frusciante is an amzing player
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#7
I saw them do better then that in concert this last friday LIVE =-)
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#8
flea is definitely one of the greatest bassists in rock ever (I put him only behind les claypool), and Frusciante is amazing as well, plays funk/punk/ and everything else very well. Chad Smith is a very good rhythm drummer as well, I think he's underrated.. he's not wicked techincal, but he's got great rhythm. As for the whole jam, I wasn't that blown away by it... I was expecting something a little more crazy, but it's still better than a lot of other people's jams...