KNOW YOUR BASS PLAYER

It’s not a chord until we play a note!

KNOW YOUR BASS PLAYER

It’s not a chord until we play a note!

Welcome to KNOW YOUR BASS PLAYER© SM

which is a series of brief missives and

video interviews which are aimed

to entertain and (perhaps) enlighten the masses.

Tailored for social media and digital platforms,

KYBP is a quick, informative read

highlighting the players’ most important works!

 

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Latest posts

Latest posts

Baseball 2024: Major League Ennui

  “Take the horn out of your mouth…” Miles Davis   It’s proverb oft intoned on a multitude of occasions and I will once again refer to the time-tested adage; it’s the notes you DON’T play that make you a good / great musician / composer.  For those of you keeping score, that credo applies […]

Brad Hallen Presents… The Roots of the Electric Bass!

Bassist, composer, recording and performing artist, educator, and historian – among other endeavors… Brad Hallen hosts a brief video and tutorial history of the electric bass!    Who is Brad Hallen. Glad you asked! From his website bio https://bradhallen.com/index.html   Brad Hallen hails from Boston, Mass and is an accomplished Acoustic and Electric bassist.   Since […]

Rock’s* Greatest Decade: The 1980s

By Tom Semioli : Note this op-ed was NOT composed by ChatGPT *”Rock” is a term loosely used by the author.   In the beginning…   If I’ve learned anything in my sixty-three years on this mortal coil it’s that every generation (within my reach) holds their respective era of pop culture sacred. Sports, music, […]

The Bass Mastery of Phil Spalding and The Value of Education for the Rest of Us

  A body of experience… the acquisition of knowledge or skills through experience, study, or by being taught…   I met Phil Spalding in London in 2019 when I interviewed him for my Know Your Bass Player film series with Mark Preston, Derek Hanlon, and Oliver Harley Symonds. As best as I can recall he […]

Horace Panter (The Specials)

  “Sir Horace Gentleman” anchored one of Ol’ Blighty’s most influential ‘70s ensembles: The Specials.   A master of the 2-tone groove which fused trad Jamaican ska with stripped down new wave rock, Panter and his pals – oft bedecked in ‘60s style rude boy attire (pork pie lids, loafers, mohair suits), scored several UK […]