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The 10 best tracks with a controversial, but also great instrument: the Fretless Bass - by Jens Balzer
The 10 best tracks with a controversial, but also great instrument : The Fretless Bass - by Jens BalzerSpotify
01 Jaco Pastorius: "Kuru / Speak Like A Child", 1976
He was not only the coolest and exciting bassist of the 70s, he also has the FRETLESS Bass made to the popular instrument. Jaco Pastorius became known mainly in the jazz band Weather Report, on his solo debut he plays, as in this piece, with Herbie Hancock.
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02 Joni Mitchell: "Hejira", 1976
and also on Joni Mitchell's album "Hejira" is to hear Jaco Pastorius: amazing as he challenges and supports her melodic and dramaturgically open singing through his game!
03 Weather Report: "Birdland", 1977
Opening of "Heavy Weather", the first Weather Report album, where Pastorius is heard throughout the Fretless - and at the same time the commercial breakthrough of the band.
04 John Martyn: "Some People Are Crazy", 1979
from the gloomy psychocrisen album "Grace & Danger" of the British folk and jazz avant garde John Martyn. John Giblin plays the singing to the lamentation as well as susceptible to the suitby, Phil Collins sitting at the drums. Both take together in the following year "in the air tonight".
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05 Paul Young: "Wherever i Lay My Hat (That's My Home)", 1983
This version of a Marvin Gaye song can be confidently discussed controversial. But Paul Young has to answer for "No Parlez" far worse ("Love wants Tear US Apart", grouges!) - And at least here is the Fretless Bass of Pino Palladino Grandios.
06 Japan: "Ghosts", 1981
One of the best pop songs of all time. Minimalist, elegious, highly concentrated: David Sylvians Miracle Baritone beams over ghost noise and backwards beating watches, including versus as uncomfortable as warming Mick Karns Fretless Bass.
07 David Sylvian: "Taking the Veil", 1986
Also the later solo thesis of Sylvian live between the game between voice and bass, albeit in rather jazz-like orchestrated style. This piece comes from the album "Gone to Earth", the Fretless Bass Play Jennifer (then Ian) Maidman, on the guitar Robert Fripp can be heard.
08 Kate Bush: "Mother stands for comfort", 1985
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Heart-breaking note to clinking glass and meaningful bass. The latter plays Eberhard Weber, namely an Electric Upright, a hybrid from E and double bass. Weber otherwise to hear especially in jazz productions, such as Wolfgang Dauner, Pat Metheny, Jan Garbarek and, especially great, on Ralph Townners "Solstice" (1975).
09 Roxy Music: "Stronger Through the Years", 1979
Fabulous psychotic track from too wrong little beloved "Manifesto" album. Bryan Ferry Barmarth with metallic flanger-distorted voice, over threw heavy guitar clusters - and underneath, the FRETLESS from the host basist Alan Spenner whimpered uneasily.
10 Grace Jones: "Slave to the rhythm (Hot Blooded Version)", 1979
The Great Domina Grace Jones meets the Great Sound Fetish Champion Trevor Horn - a musical main work of the 80s. The FRETLESS plays Luís Jardim, who belongs to Horn's Festemen Ensemble during this time.
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Workmanlike Karunaratne steers Sri Lanka closer to draw against Windies .
Sri Lanka lost both openers in the afternoon session but were still well positioned at 146 for two to ensure a draw at tea on the last day of the second and final Test against the West Indies on Friday. Given that the tourists never appeared to entertain the prospect of chasing a victory target of 377 from an overnight position of 29 without loss, it remains to be seen if the home side can re-ignite any serious interest in pressing for a series-clinching victory in the one session remaining. After managing just 16 runs in three previous innings, Sri Lankan captain Dimuth Karunaratne signed off on the campaign with workmanlike 75.