Bass / Vocals
Adam Ben Ezra performs an upright bass solo of "Always on the run" by Lenny Kravitz/Slash.
Bass / Instrumental
A dazzling Flamenco-style upright bass solo by Adam Ben Ezra. Artistic Director and video editor: Guy Dayan; Production: Goola ; Videographer: Sergey Maydin
Piano / Bass / Instrumental
Adam Ben Ezra delivers a remarkable one man show in this original multi-instrumental piece called "Openland".
Hailed by many as the world's leading solo bassist, Michael has been pushing back the boundaries of what's possible with just a bass guitar for two decades, winning thousands of fans and wowing countless audiences the world over with his stunning compositions and mind-blowing technical mastery of the instrument. Soliloquy is his latest Solo release.
Bass / Fusion
"The Book of Flame brings together the thorny mathematics of Michael Manring's tuning theories with his wide-ranging artistic vision, the unalloyed metal aggression of Thonk with the melodic and textural sensibilities of Drastic Measures, the icy austerity of electronica and the sensuality of Afro-Asian modes and rhythms.
'What We Do', is the trio's third album; a collection of contemporary jazz standards done their way.
Bass / Jazz
In 1976, Jaco burst onto the scene with the release of Jaco Pastorius. Over the next ten years, Jaco contributed volumes to the world of music.
Bass / Fusion
In 1981, while still with Weather Report, Jaco Pastorius trust this topnotch big band into anything that appealed to his vast jazz imagination from steel drum Caribbean to the Soul and Funk of of R&B. On board are Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter,Peter Erskine, Jack DeJohnette, Michael Brecker, Don Alias, and others.
Bass / Fusion
Heavy Weather is Weather Report's seventh album, released in 1977 through Columbia Records. It was the band's second album with bass virtuoso Jaco Pastorius, though this marked the first album as a far more prominent figure. Featuring their classic jazz standard "Birdland", the album is one of the best-sellers in the Columbia jazz catalog. The album is considered a landmark album in the jazz-rock or 'Fusion' movement of the 1970's.
Completely untethered to the tradition of the instrument - Jeff Schmidt expands the melodic and musical voice of the electric bass in ways more akin to Guitar legends Michael Hedges and Preston Reed than Bass heroes Stanley Clarke or Jaco Pastorius.
Rock / Alternative
Victor Wooten. Jack of all trades. He can play everything from funk, to jazz, to reggae, to hip-hop, to classical, and nothing shows his talent more then his solo debut album A Show of Hands
Jordan O’Connor’s Cash Cow and the CD “When We Were Little Girls” was selected as The National Posts best Jazz CD of the year in 2000. This CD features pianist, Craig Harley, Drummer, Nick Fraser, Saxophonist, Mike Murley and bassist, Jordan O’Connor in a highly energetic performance of original music by bassist Jordan O’Connor.