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  • Jam Band bassists

    This forum needs more jam bands, so I have taken the liberty of providing some.









    There are more, but I didn't feel like finding more pictures. Feel free to add.

  • #2
    Is the first guy Allen Woody?
    That guy ruled. I don't think I've ever heard someone else play like Allen - walking bass lines over southern rock like Rocco Prestia would.
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    • #3
      Yeah, that's Allen. It almost doesn't look like him.

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      • #4
        Yeah, there are a few jammy bassists on here, but not a whole lot. The genre is so bloated right now that everything from bluegrass, to afro-cuban funk gets tossed in, which is kind of annoying. I may have never have gotten into bass playing if it hadn
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        • #5
          Rob Derhak, moe.

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          • #6
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            He put on a bass clinic just down the road from here last weekend, and I didn't even hear about it until after it happened.
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            • #7
              I already put Ryan Stasik up on the first post.

              Can Widespread Panic be considered a jam band? I like them and everything, but I've never heard them actually jam. The live stuf I've heard is never more than 7-8 minutes a song.

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              • #8
                I already put Ryan Stasik up on the first post.

                Can Widespread Panic be considered a jam band? I like them and everything, but I've never heard them actually jam. The live stuf I've heard is never more than 7-8 minutes a song.


                You put Stasik up? I swore I must have scrolled right past it until I saw Catphish's post.

                I consider Widespread a jam band. Check out some more of their live stuff. I saw them at Red Rocks and it was pretty awesome. They definitely jam.
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                • #9
                  I already put Ryan Stasik up on the first post.

                  Can Widespread Panic be considered a jam band? I like them and everything, but I've never heard them actually jam. The live stuf I've heard is never more than 7-8 minutes a song.


                  Have you ever seen them? They actually jam out on songs for quite a while live. There are a lot of bands in the jam band scene where the cd's they release have nice, concise 4, 5, 6 min songs, yet live the jam for 10- 20 min on the same songs. Umphrey's and Widespread are both do this.
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                    Eric Gould of Particle, not that well known but he's good
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                    • #11
                      All this Umphrey's talk is making me crazy. I can't wait to get their double album.

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                      • #12
                        All this Umphrey's talk is making me crazy. I can't wait to get their double album.


                        huge +1 for UM.

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                        • #13
                          I have Panic in the Streets.

                          They shoudn't release jam-less live album's like that. I have live Gov't Mule, Phish, and Umphrey's material, and they all have extensive jams.

                          If you can give me specific video or audio of Panic jamming, please do so.

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                          • #14
                            I already put Ryan Stasik up on the first post.

                            Can Widespread Panic be considered a jam band? I like them and everything, but I've never heard them actually jam. The live stuf I've heard is never more than 7-8 minutes a song.


                            Ryan didn't show up in your post for me this morning, but i see him now...

                            Yes, I'd say panic is a jam band, More so than, say, hot buttered rum (string band) and they get lumped on in.
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                            • #15
                              I have "Light Fuse, Get Away" by Widespread Panic, and I'd definitely have to say they do some jamming. It's 2 CDs, and there are 4 songs over 10 minutes long.
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