Bass runs provide movement, harmony and a smooth transition as you change chords. Learning to add bass runs to chord progressions teaches you how to play the notes of the scale in several keys, and helps you develop good timing and single-note accuracy. Happy teaches a variety of bass "walks" in several keys, from the most basic to more complex chromatic runs. Songs include "Will the Circle Be Unbroken?" "Bury Me Beneath the Willow," "I Am A Pilgrim," "Walk Right In," more.
32 prime slabs of mid-60s USA garage punk aceness from LPs 3 & 4 with liner notes, band photos, label scans. (NOTE: This is an entirely NEW series and NONE of these tracks were on the old series “GARAGE PUNK UNKNOWNS”). Fantastic album. If you have even a remote interest in garage punk, you'll want this album. Excellent example of mid sixties garage punk. Thanks Tim Warren Crypt Records for releasing yet another solid lineup of gems.
…Thanks to the unprocessed and fully natural audio signal, all of the nuances of Schleiermacher's touch are captured, yet there is also a slight background sound that apparently comes from the performance space, not from any defect in the all-digital recording. Listeners may find that this is only a mild distraction and easy to get past once the music takes hold. This important series is recommended for all Feldman aficionados and anyone interested in the sublime expressions of his late period.