James Brown - Give That Bass Player Some (Part I) flac album
Title: Give That Bass Player Some (Part I)
MP3 album: 1575 mb
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Give That Bass Player Some. Dead On It Part I. James Brown.
Try Me", titled "Try Me (I Need You)" in its original release, is a song recorded by James Brown and The Famous Flames in 1958. It was a R&B hit and charted Pop - the group's first appearance on the Billboard Hot 100. It was Brown and the Flames' second charting single, ending a two-year dry spell after the success of "Please, Please, Please". By 1958 James Brown's career was faltering.
James Joseph Brown (May 3, 1933 – December 25, 2006) was an American singer, songwriter, dancer, musician, record producer and bandleader. A progenitor of funk music and a major figure of 20th-century music and dance, he is often referred to as the "Godfather of Soul". In a career that lasted 50 years, he influenced the development of several music genres.
Control (People Go Where We Send You) Part I. Control (People Go Where We Send You) Part II. Cottage For Sale. Give That Bass Player Some. Give Up Or Turn It Loose. Give Up Or Turnit Loose.
Part of the bassline’s distinct tone comes from Hooky’s aggressive pick attack - so much so, he once snapped three strings at once. That’s some right hand, all right. Prev Page 4 of 30 Next. A prime example of post-James Jamerson funky, soulful bass playing, it's bounces all over the place while never losing sight of that all-important groove. So good, it's still guaranteed to fill any dancefloor to this day. Prev Page 18 of 30 Next. Originally a James Brown B-side composed by the Godfather of Soul's Pee Wee Ellis, The Chicken really only took flight (sorry!) thanks to jazz bass legend Jaco Pastorius's multiple notable recordings, culminating in the below outing at his lauded 30th Birthday Concert in 1981. Prev Page 21 of 30 Next.
AND Bootsy? That’s tooooo funky. It’s like a concerto for bass.
James Brown-Sex Machine 1 guitar tab, guitar tabs, bass tabs, chords and guitar pro tabs. Played by Bootsy Collins, fantastic funk bassline. i know its 100% correct; its from a bass book, so please rate it. X is a deadnote, play muted.
James Brown Furthers The Funk. So You Want To Get Better? Styles. The Art of the Jam, Part 2. LESSONS. R&B Gold: James Brown- I Got The Feelin'. Berklee Bass Babylon: The Art of the Jam, Part 1. Welcome back to Berklee bass babylon. R&B Gold: James Brown And The Birth Of Funk. As promised long ago, we return once again to the music of James Brown.
Today’s featured video is as instructional as it is cool. Bassist/instructor Anthony Pell breaks down how to construct a funk line, using James Brown’s The Payback – a tune from Godfather of Soul’s 1973 album of the same name . Get the Daily Bass Video in your inbox. Related Topics: Anthony Pell, arpeggios, bass lesson, Dorian, Fred Thomas, funk bass, pentatonic scale, theory.
|A||Give That Bass Player Some (Part I)||3:52|
|B||Give That Bass Player Some (Part I)||3:52|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – PolyGram Records, Inc.
- Manufactured By – Polydor Incorporated
- Published By – Third World Music
- Producer, Arranged By – James Brown
- Written-By – S. Brown*
Notesstereo version on both sides
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A/B): 81 NP 5553
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A/B): 2095 364
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A/B): PD216781NP 5553 PRC-C1-I-IA
|PD 2167||James Brown||Give That Bass Player Some (Part I) / (Part II) (7")||Polydor||PD 2167||US||1981|
|20 95 413||James Brown||Give That Bass Player Some = Escucha Ese Bajo (7", Single)||Polydor||20 95 413||Spain||1981|
|PD 2167||James Brown||Give That Bass Player Some (7")||Polydor||PD 2167||US||1981|