I'm so happy to present episode 20 of Basscraft to you all! Thanks so much for the support. It's great to have one of my favourite artists and educators Rich Brown on this week's episode. We chat about his bass journey, solo bass, teaching and all the amazing opportunities coming his since he launched his YouTube channel . Ive put links to some of the stuff we covered in the chat
Toronto-born electric bassist Rich Brown has established himself as an incredibly versatile artist. Along with being one of the most called upon electric bass players in Canada, Rich is additionally a composer, producer, bandleader, educator and clinician, broadcaster, and voiceover artist. He has recorded three albums as a leader, and appears as a sideman on a plethora of recordings ranging from Jazz to Funk to traditional Arabic and Asian music. Brown has performed with a wide variety of artists including Rudresh Mahanthappa, Steve Coleman, Angelique Kidjo, Kurt Elling, and James Blood Ulmer among many others. He leads two groups—rinsethealgorithm and The Abeng—and was nominated for a Juno Award in 2016 for his latest album ‘Abeng’.
Jaco Pastorius " Modern Electric Bass"
Barry Harris chromatic scale mentioned in Ep
"That" Willy weeks solo. Starts at 8 mins in
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