Andy Rourke, Aztec Camera, Barbarism begins at home, Bass guitar, Blissblog, Bush Tetras, Campbell Owens, Doug Wimbish, Frank Zappa, Generationals, Goodnight Tonight, Haruomi Hosono, Jet Harris, JJ Burnel, Laura Kennedy, Lucky Numbers, Mick Jagger, Oblivious, Paul McCartney, Scarlett O'Hara, Scott Thunes, Simon Reynolds, Sweet Thing, The Smiths, The Stranglers, Valley Girl, Yellow Magic Orchestra
Simon at Blissblog has started a ‘best of bass’ so Here’s some more (for starters):
Mick channeling his ‘Emotional Rescue’ era vox backed by Doug Wimbish’s bass (1992)
Andy Rourke funking it up (1985)
Haruomi Hosono (1983)
JJ Burnel, the bassist of bassists
Just been on BBC6:
Laura Kennedy (1980)
Jet Harris (1963)
Scott Thunes (1982)
Paul McCartney (1979)
More than a bit similar
Campbell Owens (1983)
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