I wasn’t going to get into the slap bass until after 50 on 100 Days of Bass, but I just heard that slap bass original, Louis Johnson, passed away. So here’s a line with some slap, nowhere near as good as Johnson but it’s here all the same.
In addition to the work he did with his brother in the appropriately named Brothers Johnson (Stomp, for example), he played on a bunch of things from the 80s that you’ve heard and danced to.
A short bump a bump bump line for today’s 100 days of bass entry
Can’t say it’s an especially inspired line, but it’s done and that’s the goal of the project.
Getting close to the halfway point. Here’s today’s 100 days of bass post.
This is the first time I’ve publicly incorporated some crazy electronics I’ve been assembling. Still needs some work of course, but that’s par for the course for 100 days of bass. Perfect is the enemy of done.
Entry 43 with a little upright bass in a groove for 100 Days of Bass.
Here’s the weekend’s last groove for 100 Days of Bass
Bleeps and bloops for today’s 100 Days of Bass entry provided by Brooklyn’s Studio Tangents.
Another rhythm track from Mariusz to break it up for us today on the 100 Days of Bass project.
A line that is part of a song I’m working on for my band, Made by Robots (site isn’t really done at the time I set this link, maybe sometime in the future, the poor cobbler’s son).
A little 7/8 for 100 Days of Bass.
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