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Popular Bass Resources from these Artists

  1. London Calling by The Clash (5.0 Stars · 7 Reviews)
    This aldbum is just, well, amazing. So many awesome songs, probably because it goes into so many styles. Punk, Blues, Reggae, the Clash do it all( and well) on this cd.
    Recordings: Alternative · 1235 Hits · Posted on 9/20/2000 by Jim Velesz (161)
  2. Clash Self Titled 1st Album by The Clash (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    THIS IS A PUNK ALBUM NOT NASTY F.U. TYPE OF PUNK BUT GOOD ENGLISH PUNK ROCK WITH A MIX OF SOME REGGAE AND POLITICAL CONTENT
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · 386 Hits · Posted on 4/12/2003 by MICHAEL BARTRAM (113)
  3. Me And Mr. Johnson by Eric Clapton (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    Eric Clapton pays tribute to "the keystone of my musical foundation." It is perhaps his best work since Cream. "Love in Vain," "Stop Breaking Down Blues," "Come on in My Kitchen" all great songs. Play along with the albume!
    Recordings: Blues · 597 Hits · Posted on 2/10/2005 by Bruce Huntington (2750)
  4. The Essential Clash by The Clash (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    40 of the bands greatest songs they ever made. NOw this is Punk.
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · 569 Hits · Posted on 3/29/2003 by Dave Papke (9980)
  5. 17 Seconds by The Cure (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    This is the second Cure album, but the first one showing what describes best the band. Lot of bass sound and slow tempo, one of the best Cure recording, just a couple of years before their 4th album, Pornography, the one that marked The Cure's history.
    Recordings: Alternative · 402 Hits · Posted on 9/29/2002 by Adriano Guarnieri (139)
  6. Dancing In Your Head by Ornette Coleman (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Great ensemble playing and a prime example of Ornette's Harmolodics.
    Recordings: Jazz · 816 Hits · Posted on 12/30/2000 by Daren Burns (467)
  7. This is Clapton at his best, but Nathan East is marvelous as always. It's worth getting for the bass work alone. And, by purchasing it you will also be supporting a worthy cause.
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · 430 Hits · Posted on 1/21/2006 by Derek Still (14266)
  8. Eric Clapton Blues by Eric Clapton (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Two cd`s: a studio one and a live one, both are amazing!
    Recordings: Blues · 849 Hits · Posted on 9/1/2003 by Mateus Vidal (1512)
  9. Grand World by Cool For August (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Very Good Alternative Rock with Pop flavor
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    Recordings: Rock/Pop · 876 Hits · Posted on 10/28/2000 by Joshua Boterman (905)

  10. How To Improvise by Hal Crook (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Pretty much has it all for all types of improvisation, but especially for jazz; useful for all instruments. Very good resource for practicing improvisation and for theory and rhythmic concepts.
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 1798 Hits · Posted on 1/1/2001 by Matthew Brown (9358)