Victor Wooten, Steve Bailey, and David "Fingers" Haynes 2013 NAMM Jam

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NAMM 2015 doesn't technically kick off until Thursday, but the energy is already kicking in.

Last week's "Blast from NAMM Past" was Wojtek Pilichowski's viral explosion from the Aguilar booth in 2014.

Today we go back another year for the Victor Wooten, Steve Bailey, and David "Fingers" Haynes 2013 jam from the PreSonus booth in 2013.

If you've seen it before, you know you want to watch it again. And if you haven't seen it yet, this is why over a million people have:

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Victor Bailey’s Bass Manifesto

FROM HIS ’80S HEYDAY WITH WEATHER Report and Steps Ahead through his mid ’90s stint with Madonna, two tours of duty with the Joe Zawinul Syndicate, and up to his recent stint in the Bill Evans/Randy Brecker Soulbop Band, Victor Bailey has earned his stripes as a reliable groovemeister and consummate accompanist. He stepped out from that supportive role on a few rare occasions, notably his three recordings as a leader—1989’s Bottom’s Up, 1999’s Low Blow, and 2001’s That’s Right—but Bailey has never before played as much bass as he does on his latest solo outing, Slippin’ N’ Trippin’, his most satisfying and rewarding project to date.