JAMES JAMERSON BASS TRANSCRIPTIONS PDF
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Bass Transcriptions and More by bassist Dave Fink Transcriptions. Darling Dear · The House On Website. bio/. TRANSCRIPTION OF JAMES JAMERSON’S BASSLINE TO. “YOU’RE MY EVERYTHING” by THE TEMPATIONS by PAUL WOLFE -to-play-bass. com. Welcome to this collection of James Jamerson transcriptions. There’s also some bonus Motown transcriptions.
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This is an all time great bass line It was pretty common in the 60s, though, when you think about it.
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Very interesting to hear those solo’ed tracks.
To hear Jamerson’s and other Motown bassists’ tracks, click this link: I put in 2 hours today and I have fixed a bunch of things and found lots I did not hear with the original recording. So, you see there is 6 gone right there.
Where did u GET those????? Anyway, long story short I live and breath James Jamerson. Can you get more? When I asked Randy if I could reprint his story on my site, he asked that I include the following info: I think those fat, warm tones they preferred helped free them up to do interesting stuff. Also, do not post links to giveaways where you personally benefit getting more entries by propagating spamming a link.
His parts here are isolated right off the original Motown 8-track master, so here’s your chance to hear every note James played on these records.
We lost many important historical structures in the process, including the Donovan and Sanders buildings. Log in or sign up in seconds. Want to add to the discussion? Or is that his own muting technique? I’ve also included some other famous Motown bass performances jamesron addition to Jamerson.
Traanscriptions was demolished a few years ago to make a parking lot for a strip mall. Join The Members Areas. I knew he was an outstanding bassist but hadn’t ever heard him isolated like this! Jamerson made me without knowing at that time pick up the bass and make music throughout my life.
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Yes, it is very blown out, and third world as far as modern cities go. To read a rare Jamerson interview, click this link: If you planned to sweeten the tracks, you had to either do a different mix when you recorded the original tracks or make an 8 Track to 8 Track transfer and put the perc and drums together etc. Don’t use the sub jamersn sell or advertise your gear with very few exceptions, ask the mods.
I wanted the documents to stay in Detroit, and personally I believe they are a very important part of African American history, aside from music and Detroit history.
Skip to Content Skip to Navigation. The sound I love most, apart from James J. Very cool vid to listen to!
He has completely changed my perception of jaes bass. It’s encouraging gass hear that as brilliant as they are, they still sound very ‘human’. You can buy this compilation as a box set — or buy the discs individually which works out slightly cheaper.
I just posted my transcription of James Jamerson’s bass line on Bernadette on my blog. I think it was Golden World Studios when Gordy bought it out. I got in it before it was totally gone with the owner and took photos of that.
Thanks for a wonderful resource! Not long ago I was contacted by Detroit photographer and local historian Randy Wilcox, who complimented me on my site and thanked me for putting the time into it.
Of course, Marvin was the producer, so most of the notes are in his handwriting. I got chills down my spine the first time I saw ‘James Jamerson’ and ‘Eddie Bongo’ and the rest of the Funks written out in Smokey’s handwriting, or in Marvin’s.
Plus they loved to use octaves and arpeggios to create movement.
Jamerson Transcriptions | Fever in the Funkhouse
The 3 guitars were mixed to one track while you were recording live, Jamerson had his own bass track, the drums were cut on one, sometimes on 2 tracks The piano on one, percussion on another. For years I heard those tracks, amazing to hear it isolated that way. You can read transcriprions here: Motown Bass I’ve made these tracks available for non-profit educational purposes only, and ask the transcrkptions to respect the copyright owners and to not copy, reproduce, or use them for any other reason.
A horn led instrumental track driven by another great Jamerson line. What a nice tribute and a fine web presence. It is eye opening and ear popping!
The conversation was pleasant and I assured him I had no intention of being confrontational regarding my keeping the Motown tracks up on my site. But I am also obsessed with its mangled beauty and its powerful rich history.
James Jamerson Interview I can hear every last articulation!