accessible flame [deleted] 7:32am, 22 August 2009
What's yours.

Sympathy for the Devil - Rolling Stones

Great bass in this song.

I also love this one. It's killer with some outstanding Bass work goin' on.

Does It Really Happen - Drama - Yes

Killer Bass.
John In Pink PRO Posted 9 years ago. Edited by John In Pink (member) 9 years ago
Any early Stranglers song:
Peaches, Hanging Around, Something Better Change, Princess Of The Streets, Nice 'n' Sleazy.............
JJ's bass sound was just awesome!
accessible flame [deleted] 9 years ago
Sounds good. I'll have to check those out.

This has been a long time favorite song of mine.

Last chance by Shooting Star.

Great bass work I think. What's cool about this song is that it seems like they got together and decided to record an "Everyone Solo" song that is also a real good song. It's almost a one guy at a time song, but they rock their asses off.

They're solos are way better than the ones on that pot song.
PaulJenkin 9 years ago
Goodbye Mr Pork Pie Hat by Stanley Clarke fro his album If Only this Bass Could Talk takes some beating.....
accessible flame [deleted] 9 years ago
I left out Freewill and Marathon.
accessible flame [deleted] Posted 9 years ago. Edited by accessible flame (member) 9 years ago
I got another great bass song for you.

In God's Country - U2

I think it's a great song period, one with a wall of bass. They're one of those rock bands where you CAN raise the bottom end quite a bit and it sounds better still.

Two Hearts is also a nice gritty bass song, but I think Mr. Mullen steals the show on this one.
Kaptain Kobold 8 years ago
A friend of mine who plays bass loves the line on Rick Wakeman's 'Crime of Passion' (bass by Chris Squire, also of Yes).
PaulJenkin 8 years ago
"Tommy The Cat" by Primus - Les Claypool can spank the plank better than most....

(Check out the live version on the Rhinoplasty album).
accessible flame [deleted] 8 years ago
I hate Primus.
PaulJenkin 8 years ago
I hate Cliff Richard. And Meatloaf.
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