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The Soul Train Gang dance to the 1974 release from Larry Graham and Graham Central Station. High engergy funk! (Episode #119,1974) To license this footage, go to GLOBALIMAGEWORKS.COM. Subscribe to our channel and stay tuned...we will be adding new clips each week.
Larry Graham and his screaming bass. Graham had the world's first talking bass in 1977 with his hit release "Now Do Ya Wanna Dance", from which this solo is derived from the unprecedented song on the same release entitled "Earthquake". This is the man with the hands that started it all, "thumping and plucking" on the bass. The first part of the solo portion of the clip features the bassline from the song "People" written by Larry for the flagship Graham Central Station release. A lot of ...
STANLEY CRAKE & LARRY GRAHAM DUO PRESENT TWO HITS THAT UNDERLINED THEIR CARRIER AS MUSISIANS. THE PERFORMANCE IS FROM "LIVE UNDER THE SKY" THAT HELD IN 27 AND 28 OF JULY 1985 IN JAPAN. ENJOY!! BASS : STANLEY CRAKE,LARRY GRAHAM DRUMS : PERRY WILSON
Watch in HQ: www.youtube.com LARRY GRAHAM - Classical Operatic RIFF (RARE Jet Phase Bass Pedal)
A full version of Larry Graham's song Hair, played and sung by Andre Berry using Dame Sanctus Bass. This is a really great homage to Larry Graham and you can hear that Andre is a serious fan by the attention to detail he paid to the song.
a compact version of larry graham-s POW!, played by me (www.rodrigogarcia.cl) and drummer Eduardo Cuesta (www.eduardocuesta.cl)in my reheasing/class space. for getting the full transcription of the original song, visit my website www.rodrigogarcia.cl. this is the first of, i hope, many videos with transcriptions and covers from well known bass players and own material. it is the first time i edit a multicamera video, so the lost of sync and crappy effects are to expect....
Larry Graham & The Graham Central Station Live @ Sinbad's Summer Jam in Aruba (1997). They perform many hits from the Sly & The Family Stone Era!
Practicing video production, and i need your input on just how much into details of learning a specific bassline i should go. Maybe the information is cut too much up in pieces, what do you think? This just an example of explaining stuff, there's no introduction or anything
Larry Graham -- bass, vocals; Rose Stone -- keyboards, beat-box; Hershall Kennedy -- keyboards, trumpet; Robert Samm -- Hammond Organ; Wilton Rabb -- guitar; Noel T. Closson - drums
Carlos Santana plays "Right On" by Marvin Gaye, while Larry Graham of Graham Central Station provides the vocals. This is truely a soul inspired song that you will enjoy. Also Carlos is making a cool fashion statement sporting shorts/pants. Walfredo Reyes at Drums
With a little "Water" and "Earthquake" thrown in. Graham Central Station Germany 1996 Don't let Armageddon catch y'all sleepin'.
Creator The Slap Bass Technique
Creator Of The Slap Bass Technique
Larry Graham - Graham Central Station - Pow