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Seb-1.02 - Squarepusher - Solo Electric Bass 1 (CD, Album)

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  1. Nikorr says:
    Album Reviews: Squarepusher - Solo Electric Bass 1. Bass is the place for Tom Jenkinson, as he goes back to his first principles to reveal what really makes him tick as a musician.
  2. Gugore says:
    Solo Electric Bass 1. Squarepusher. Play on TIDAL or open in our Desktop app Share. 1. Seb Squarepusher. 2.
  3. Mehn says:
    Squarepusher's (aka tom jenkinson) excursions as a solo bass virtuoso will be immortalized forevermore with the release of 'solo electric bass 1'. This live recording was taken from one of his spellbinding solo bass performances at cit de la musique, paris in september /5(1).
  4. Kasar says:
    squarepusher ˇ solo electric bass 1. a share. m play.
  5. Gardaramar says:
    Sep 02,  · referencing Solo Electric Bass 1, CD, Album, Ltd, WARPCD Worth it if only to hear 'Pusher's roots: jazz. It's fascinating to me to hear Tom, all by himself, just improvise on the bass /5(55).
  6. Sarn says:
    Ufabulum, CD, Squarepusher presents - Shobaleader One - d'Demonstrator, 2×LP Vinyl, Squarepusher presents - Shobaleader One - d'Demonstrator, CD,
  7. Nikolmaran says:
    Solo Electric Bass 1 is an limited copy CD containing a full 40 minute show Jenkinson put on for an audience in France with just a six string bass and an amp.
  8. Yom says:
    This page includes Solo Electric Bass 1's: cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, free MP3 download (stream), buy online links: amazon, ratings and detailled reviews by our experts, collaborators and members.3/5(1).
  9. Mojind says:
    Squarepusher's 'Solo Electric Bass' was recorded live at Cité de la Musique in September , as part of the Jazz a la Vilette festival. The performance consists of the virtuoso player on stage with just his trusty bass and a small amp, running through his spellbinding repetoire of finger and fretwork. The show opens with a delicately baroque introduction, interspersed with shocking.

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