Hoochie Coochie Man - (bass cover)
Bass cover of the classic Muddy Waters songs (here Clapton's version) on a Fender American Standard Precision Bass.
Hoochie Coochie Man - Eric Clapton
Hoochie Coochie Man - Muddy Waters
Bass : Sweet home chicago !
Sweet home chicago with my road worn jazz bass. Allparts neck.
BB King - The Thrill is gone (Bass cover by Laurène Vatier)
Nice bass cover of BB King's classic The Thrill is gone.
Little Red Rooster' - The Rolling Stones - Bass Cover
Little Red Rooster as played by Bill Wyman of The Rolling Stones, covered on an Epiphone Viola bass by Rob Gray.
The Blues Brothers - Peter Gunn Theme (Bass Cover)
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RAWHIDE....BASS COVER....BLUES BROTHERS
Bit of fun here, but behind the fun of the film is a fantastic band with great music.....''THE CHICKEN WIRE IS THERE IF THEY LIKE YOU!'' if you go here you can see the music and tab for it http://www.jellynote.com/en/sheet-music-tabs-covers/a/b/5076bce4d2235a7374cd9bf4#video:5112a5b00be58740112d3c47,tabs:%23score_A
CHANGE THE WORLD......ERIC CLAPTON ......BASS COVER
I mixed down the bass a little from the last one as it was too loud....this song is totally for a big B string... about Change the World" is a song written by Tommy Sims, Gordon Kennedy and Wayne Kirkpatrick which was recorded by Eric Clapton with backing by Babyface for the soundtrack of the 1996 film Phenomenon. The song won Grammy Awards for Record of the Year, Song of the Year (for the songwriters), as well as Best Male Pop Vocal performance. The song was chosen by the RIAA as one of the Songs of the Century, ranked at #270. The single peaked at #5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the summer of 1996. It also spent 13 weeks at #1 on the adult contemporary chart and remained on that chart for over a year and a half (80 weeks), a feat which was extraordinarily rare at the time. Since then, however, certain songs have remained on the AC chart for extended periods of time, prompting the eventual creation af an Adult Contemporary recurrent chart for songs that have stayed on the chart for many weeks and fallen below a certain threshold. Although "Change the World" is better known as an unplugged acoustic track, a rare electric performance of the song was featured on Babyface's 1997 live album Babyface MTV Unplugged NYC, with Clapton on co-lead vocals, playing his namesake signature Fender Stratocaster guitar. There was also another electric cover of this track, released the following year, with Nathan East on electric bass
All Blues - Miles Davis -fretless bass
Jazz bass fretless All blues Miles Davis Ottoni de Leon