I believe everybody shall be pleasantly shocked with the content material of the interviews. They arrive from a spot of a musician interviewing musicians.
LOS ANGELES (PRWEB)
November 17, 2020
Grammy profitable bassist Stanley Clarke has developed an 8-episode month-to-month internet sequence entitled Stanley Clarke’s Bass Nation. The first episode of Stanley Clarke’s Bass Nation debuted November 16 on Stanley Clarke’s YouTube channel. It represents his effort to share the wealth expertise he has garnered over his 50-year profession as a musician, band member, soloist, arranger, composer, and band chief. The undertaking is in regards to the dynamics of the music trade, recording and performing, and consists of Stanley’s conversations with famous musicians, gear critiques, playthroughs and performances. He additionally has a slew of fascinating private anecdotes, which he imparts concerning his experiences. Stanley Clarke’s Bass Nation’s content material pertains to musicians of different devices in addition to those that usually are not musicians, however simply love music.
“We’re giving life classes for musicians by the eyes of bass gamers. I’ve performed with many musicians and these classes are a standard denominators operating by all grasp musicians,” states Clarke. “I imagine that the platform shall be equally fascinating to followers and non-musicians. Musician life classes can be utilized to the lives of all.”
Stanley Clarke’s Bass Nation has been an enterprise Clarke has contemplated for a while. Though he started recording segments pre-Pandemic, the final six months has given him an opportunity to complete the primary season. It has additionally allowed him time to place collectively a modern present with excessive manufacturing worth. Clarke anticipates persevering with for 3 – 4 extra seasons.
Every month will kick off with a 30-minute episode based mostly on a particular subject. Bi-weekly, new brief section outtakes shall be revealed between the month-to-month full episodes.
Every full episode has six segments. “One On Ones” are Clarke’s ideas concerning a particular topic. “Friends From The Globe” is a topic-based online-interview with an esteemed worldwide musician. One other interview section is titled “In The Know”. Then Clarke talks about a few of his favourite bass merchandise for studio and efficiency within the part titled “My Favourite Issues. “Undercover Jams” is a efficiency section with Stanley jamming with a musician. Lastly, within the “Folksongs” section you’ll get a close-up playthrough of items he has composed through the years for the bass. Songs from the “Folksong” sequence have been particularly composed for the bass, in order that any bass participant can play them, newbie to grasp. Initially they weren’t meant for recording till the legendary drummer Tony Williams prompt Clarke add them to his albums.
“I believe everybody shall be pleasantly shocked with the content material of the interviews. They arrive from a spot of a musician interviewing musicians,” Clarke provides. “I do know I discovered new issues whereas speaking with my friends on this context.”
The subject for the primary episode is the significance of 1 “Being Ready”. He and Carlitos de Puerto, Jr., focus on the significance of being ready in session work. Clarke then has a dialog with six-time Grammy winner and inductee to The Rock and Roll Corridor of Fame, Verdine White of Earth, Wind, and Hearth fame, about musician experiences and obligations. His “Gear Overview” is an illustration of the Roadie Bass Tuner by his tour supervisor, Travis Rogers. Clarke then jams with drummer Clayton Cameron, the Brush Grasp. The primary episode concludes with Clarke performing the second “Folksong” he composed for the bass, “Lopsy Lu”.
Different friends slated for the season embody Jack Cassady, Marcus Miller, Steven “Thundercat” Brunner, Salar Nader, Nik West, Brady Watts, Sekou Bunch, Karl Vincent, Francesca Alinovi, Hadrien Feraud, Aaron Cruz II, Les July, and extra.
Stanley Clarke’s Bass Nation sequence is filmed and produced by Raúl Rivera-Melo and Henry Ordaz as a Los Angeles-Tijuana, cross manufacturing. Their improvements make this sequence distinctive.
Tune in to Stanley Clarke’s Bass Nation November 16 and be a part of Stanley and his friends.
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