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Pino Palladino – Bass Guitar – Paul Young – Come Back And Stay

Here’s another great clip of Pino playing fretless bass guitar with Paul Young on an old UK music show called The Tube. This performance is a tune called Come Back And Stay – there’s nothing extra special about this clip, other than a top player on top of his game.

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Pino Palladino – Bass Guitar – Paul Young – Everything Must Change

Here’s another great clip of Pino playing fretless bass guitar with Paul Young on an old UK music show called The Tube. This performance is a tune called Everything Must Change – it showcases Pino’s melodic side really well, his bass line is so good it’s almost as if the song were written around it.  Incredible piece of work.

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Pino Palladino – Bass Guitar – Paul Young – Sex

Here’s a great clip of Pino playing fretless bass guitar with Paul Young on an old UK music show called The Tube.  This performance is a tune called Sex – it is an excellent piece of creative but supportive bass playing.  Love it!

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My Favourite Pino Palladino Line – Shoot Down The Moon – Elton John

Here’s my favourite Pino Palladino line of all time….it’s just utter class.  Even though I’m not a great Elton John fan, this is a great way to present a great song.  Just piano, strings, voice and Pino.

Pino doesn’t come in until around the 40 second mark….do yourself a favour and listen on headphones:

(Oh, and ignore the video itself.  Just listen to Pino in full glory!)

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Cool Pino Palladino Bass Line – Falling From Graceland – Richie Sambora

Here’s a cool bass line I was just listening to – and it’s one of my favourite bass players, the very great Pino Palladino.

The song is Richie Sambora -from an underrated album called Undiscovered Soul.  I highly recommend it if you want to listen to some melodic bass playing in a rock context:

 

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Pino Palladino – Bass – Who Did You Think I Was

Here’s a great clip posted to the ‘Toob of Who Did You Think I Was by John Mayer.  What’s great about this clip is that it really focuses on Pino for pretty much the whole song.
Great song. Great bass line.  Great bass player in close up.  What’s not to like???

 

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James Jamerson Appreciation Clinic by Bass Player Magazine

In October/November 2011, Bass Player Magazine held a James Jamerson Appreciation Clinic at Bass Player Live that featured Allan Slutsky (a.k.a Dr Licks, author of Standing In The Shadows Of Motown), Phil Chen, Pino Palladino and James Jamerson Junior.

Here is the direct link to the first video…the other sections play automatically

James Jamerson Clinic Part 1

Enjoy – this is seriously cool!
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Bass Playalong – Who Did you Think I Was – Pino Palladino

Here’s a playalong from an Italian guy called Ato71 – he’s one of my favourite YouTube bass players as we share a love of Pino Palladino.

Here’s his take on Who Did you Think I Was by Pino as played with John Mayer:

Note – I’ll be publishing a transcription of this shortly for First Bass And Beyond and featuring this with notation and bass tab.
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