Best Bassists Ever
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Elvis Costello and the Attractions would never have been so tight without him. Just listen to the "Get Happy" album for unassailable evidence.
Astonishingly tight, inventive and technically superb as part of one of the finest bands of their type ever created - the Attractions. Rock and Roll Hall of Famer too. Check out 'Lipstick Vogue' or the album 'This Year's Model' to see what the fuss was about
One hallmark of a great bass player is the ability to identify him/her and his/her style just by hearing them play. Hattler is one of the most unique-sounding bassists of all time.
Played bass on a few Beatles songs. Maybe he's not as good as Paul but he deserves to be higher
He is not a bass player!
LMAOO what are you doing on this list sir?
Please listen Kreator's Voices Of The Dead. He is very good bassist.
Mumford and Sons bassist! Amazing guy who's also a great bassist.
The first bassist of the hard rock band survivor, but is now retired but is one of my favourite bassists when I started playing bass apart from roger waters from pink floyd or John leven from europe
I rate him number five good bassist in Africa because he has wonderful licks on bass and his wonderful anticipation in his approach towards jazz, funk, blues and mostly African music, he his one person that have this principle of playing every lines or notes on bass the they should be played and how every note was played. He his from Nigeria, delta state warri. A bass player with a difference. I love him. His contact is 08127540704 for any tutorials on bass and personal gigs.
Matt was and still is the number one in my book. No matter where he goes, He's still my favorite. - Celmore
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