Bass Transcription: “Overjoyed” by Victor Wooten – No Treble
Sign me up for the newsletter! This book contains highly detailed transcriptions of 14 songs featuring the amazing Victor Wooten. All tracks were transcribed by Victor himself. You must be logged in to post a review. This transcription book features 16 songs recorded by legendary bass player Jaco Pastorius, both as a solo artist and as a member of Weather Report.
The book also contains a detailed biography and bassography as well as performance notes for each song.
Best of Victor Wooten - Bass Guitar Tab
This book features bass transcriptions for songs from the classic Brand New Heavies album Brother Sister, featuring bassist Andrew Levy. First time here? No products in the cart. Buckminster Fuller — :. Narrator: Bucky [R.
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The Best of Victor Wooten
When Victor Wooten writes about his interaction with Music, the living entity with awareness, he can tell Music is ill. From how I understood this passage in the book, Music has been turned into a money making business, there are all manner of styles and people arguing which is best, it is played in a large part on inhuman computers and taught in a shallow way, where the actual true musical experience is disregarded in favor of the superficiality of music scales and theories of harmony and structure, et cetera.
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Music — the living entity with awareness — asks Victor to not let Music die. One of the things that resonated with me from the book, was the fact that music is vibrations. That in itself may not be a bold statement, but everything is made of vibrations.
During my youth, I had some very upsetting, if not traumatizing experiences and during adulthood I have suffered a few psychotic episodes. I remembered that when feeling upset, feeling some really bad emotions as an adult, I experienced them as very unpleasant vibrations.
With this in mind, I thought perhaps all health and illness can be expressed not only in terms of biology and chemistry, but also in terms of vibrations, which can be sensed. I certainly feel that, in addition to years of helpful conversations with a psychiatric nurse, my years of composing — being completely engaged and immersed in music — has done wonders for me as a healing effect, in a sense calming my own irritated vibrations.
I find it such a joy to watch him play his bass, which is at times incredibly virtuoso, and yet so subtle and relaxed. He just plays, completely at ease with a big smile on his face. So inspiring! This book is worth reading again and again.
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