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CD Review: Beth Hart/Joe Bonamassa "Live in Amsterdam"

Sticking exclusively to his 4-string Xotic bass on this CD/DVD, Carmine Rojas provides a textbook lesson on the fundamental role of the bass player.
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Sticking exclusively to his 4-string Xotic bass on this CD/DVD, Carmine Rojas provides a textbook lesson on the fundamental role of the bass player. With thick tone, a deep pocket, and note selection that’s as conservative as it is compelling, Rojas taps into the formula that is the foundation upon which proper, badass bass playing is built.

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