This month, we’re heading back to Miami for more fun in the sun and soul-shaking grooves.
Studying the great American art form of R&B, I often find inspiration from traveling to different parts of the country and digging into the ...
During the prenatal development of the electric bass, there undoubtedly came a moment when Leo Fender realized a string would also need to b...
When examining 1950s R&B, you are never far from the border it shares with rock & roll.
Once upon a time, rhythm & blues music was simply an extension of swing and boogie-woogie, offering no hint that one day the same term would...
This month we’ll examine another classic bass pattern from the early years of R&B—one that has no particular name, but is perhaps best recog...
Welcome to the first installment of my new column, R&B Gold.
With the boogaloo still lingering in your ears (October ’15), let’s continue examining the funkier side of the blues.
The area where jazz, blues, R&B, and latin music intersect is a fertile quarter I call the “Boogaloo Zone.”
Bunny Brunel is well known as an early progenitor of fretless electric bass in fusion, but he has also been involved in instrument design fo...
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John Entwistle's Isolated Bass Track from The Who's "Won't Get Fooled Again" at Shepperton Studios
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