Isolated bass version of the custom cover video made for Doran Cox.
Here’s the first of a series of custom videos made for our friend Doran Cox. Talk Talk’s “it’s my life” is a song I knew since the day it came out and I used to listen to it on the radio, even before I had a real bass to play. However I already enjoyed PaulContinue reading “It’s My Life”
Here is the last video for 2020. “The Ancient”, side 3 of Tales From Topographic Oceans. This is probably the first bass cover of this song, at least in YouTube! I also covered Chris’ beautiful vocal harmonies. I hope you enjoy it and wish you all the best for 2021! Thanks for being here.
Here is the #bassforChris video, in which I talk about the bass I have built dedicated to Chris Squire.
Dear friends, this is a very special video for me because I’m presenting the bass I have built in the memory of Chris Squire. The #bassforChris project is my first attempt to construct a bass and it took me about one year. Finally it’s ready. Another important part of the cover is the use ofContinue reading “To Be Over”
Here’s an “oldie” – my second YouTube bass cover, recorded in 2008. I tried to make a remaster out of it, although I don’t have the separate bass track anymore. At least YouTube encoding now is much better. The audio and video quality should have improved a bit overall!
Here is my first take using a Fender Jazz Bass, which was the most voted bass on the poll that I created. I will make another version with the Rickenbacker, which was the runner-up. Thank you so much for voting and commenting! Hopefully Chris will provide us the correct answer! Bass: Fender Jazz Bass 1975 Re-issue,Continue reading “Montreux’s Theme (Jazz Bass)”
Montreux’s Theme is one of the most graceful bass lines written and performed by Chris Squire, with such a great interplay along with Alan White and Steve Howe. Do you know which bass did Chris play? Would you like to have a guess? Please take a listen to the sample more below and take yourContinue reading “Montreux’s Theme bass quest”
Today I found on YouTube the release of one of my previous bands (Caffeine) last album. As I remember it was recorded around 2005. I used my Fender Jazz Bass on all tracks. Here is one of the tracks and the others are also available on the same channel.
PremierGuitar.com made a spectacular interview with Chris Squire, Chris’ technician Richard Davis and Steve Howe where they present all of they gear for the current Three-album tour. Possibly the most complete guided tour to Chris’ and Steve’s instruments, effects and amps. A rare chance to see our heroes talking about the instruments that make historyContinue reading “Rig Rundown – Yes’ Chris Squire & Steve Howe”