Bob Glaub (Stevie Nicks, Jackson Browne)

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If you are a latter-day baby boomer, behold the bassist who anchored the soundtrack to your life!

 

The consummate studio cat, Bob Glaub’s body of work embraces blues, folk, pop, country, jazz, and rock and permutations thereof.

 

His astounding list of record credits span Patti Smith, Rod Stewart, Nicolette Larson, Gladys Knight, Warren Zevon, Jackson Browne, Stevie Nicks, Jon Bon Jovi, Bob Dylan, Ringo Starr, Natalie Merchant, Donna Summer, Bob Seger, Eddie Money, John Fogerty, CSN &Y, Neil Diamond, Linda Ronstadt, Randy Newman, Lucinda Williams, and Carole King to cite a very very select few.

 

Producers and artists depend on Glaub because he delivers exactly what is needed as a supportive player – a warm tone, melodic interplay, and pocket grooves.  Lakland created a Bob Glaub signature bass which is modeled after his 1964 Fender Precision.

 

Bob Glaub Sound & Vision

 

Dig Bob’s 10ths / glissandos on the intro Jackson Browne’s “The Pretender” https://youtu.be/SqRvJLH_-vU

Rita Coolidge “I’d Rather Leave While I’m In Love” https://youtu.be/yCaq9BOe5Yc

Warren Zevon “Excitable Boy”  https://youtu.be/fZokPAuhD6k

Stevie Nicks “Gold & Braid” https://youtu.be/rtSFGsG7yiE

Linda Ronstadt “Girls Talk” https ://youtu.be/AIlMetJm14E

Bob Dylan “Seeing the Real You At Last” https://youtu.be/-Dy0UgPt_tM

Rod Stewart “Lost In You” https://youtu.be/aEFZ2hHn40w

Neil Diamond “Will You Love Me Tomorrow” https://youtu.be/g4Ig2Rwls3U

Eddie Money “Let’s Be Lovers Again” https://youtu.be/WKX3Lc5uXys

Patti Smith “Going Under” https://youtu.be/xXi40UG-AAE