Book Review: Norm Stockton "The Worship Bass Book"

Imagine that when you were just starting out, you could sit down with an experienced, respected player over a cup of coffee and get the real deal on playing, gear, practicing, genres, reading, technique, solo bass, and being part of a rhythm section.
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Imagine that when you were just starting out, you could sit down with an experienced, respected player over a cup of coffee and get the real deal on playing, gear, practicing, genres, reading, technique, solo bass, and being part of a rhythm section. In his first book, subtitled Bass, Espresso, and the Art of Groove, Stockton manages to articulately deliver a goldmine’s worth of crucial, basic info—including insightful interviews with John Patitucci and Dominique Di Piazza and lots of musical examples—without a hint of superiority. Highly recommended for beginning and intermediate players, Christian or not.