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  posted on 2/19/2009 at 04:28 PM
http://www.stateofmindmusic.com/entry/565/John-Entwistle-Isolated-Bass-Vide o/

This is awesome. Woody is smiling!

[Edited on 2/19/2009 by mulehead13]

 
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  posted on 2/19/2009 at 04:41 PM

 

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  posted on 2/19/2009 at 04:43 PM
Very cool. Thanks very much. He was always my favorite musician in the Who. The Who's music would have suffered with most other bassists in my opinion. He made up for Pete's lack of leads with a busy bass. he also had a very distinct sound. You can always tell when it is him.

 

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Very cool. Thanks very much. He was always my favorite musician in the Who. The Who's music would have suffered with most other bassists in my opinion. He made up for Pete's lack of leads with a busy bass. he also had a very distinct sound. You can always tell when it is him.

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  posted on 2/19/2009 at 04:55 PM
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Very cool. Thanks very much. He was always my favorite musician in the Who. The Who's music would have suffered with most other bassists in my opinion. He made up for Pete's lack of leads with a busy bass. he also had a very distinct sound. You can always tell when it is him.

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I think it was the combination of busy bass lines and Moon's crashing style that gave the Who their sound. Left Pete time to concentrate on songwriting. Roger sang well but was the weakest link.

 

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  posted on 2/19/2009 at 05:40 PM
I would love to hear BO isolated during Mt. Jam.

 

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  posted on 2/19/2009 at 05:59 PM
One thing that amazed me about Entwistle, is that I feel as great as this clip is, I think he just kept getting better. I thought the way he was playing "Won't Get Fooled Again" from 1999-2002 was even better. Most musicians of his age a stature don't usually continue to improve so much! Although he was always awesome.
 

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  posted on 2/19/2009 at 06:04 PM
WOW...!

 

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  posted on 2/19/2009 at 06:39 PM
guess you can't say he was a failed guitarist ...



 

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  posted on 2/19/2009 at 07:00 PM
Glad you all dig this.

I too would like to hear BO isolated in Mountain jam or Allen Woody isolated in any live version of Trane.

[Edited on 2/20/2009 by mulehead13]

 

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  posted on 2/19/2009 at 07:23 PM
Entwistle was a ground breakingRock bassist,IMO..he changed the way the instrument was played ......

 

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  posted on 2/19/2009 at 08:50 PM
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One thing that amazed me about Entwistle, is that I feel as great as this clip is, I think he just kept getting better. I thought the way he was playing "Won't Get Fooled Again" from 1999-2002 was even better. Most musicians of his age a stature don't usually continue to improve so much! Although he was always awesome.


The you would probably like this clip:

http://www.metacafe.com/watch/yt-TVl39LBZGMw/john_entwistle_bass_solo/?cd=e fe2f386e84f63dbc26146cf6fca1820005yt-IfDE-ZvfOwUbasic

 

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  posted on 2/19/2009 at 09:39 PM
The OX is missed! The who are not the same without him. He is one great bass man!
 

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  posted on 2/19/2009 at 10:00 PM
I tried playing the video timed to Who's Next version on Itunes at the same time. I constantly had to mess with it to keep it in sync. It did sound cool though even when it was off a little.

 

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One thing that amazed me about Entwistle, is that I feel as great as this clip is, I think he just kept getting better. I thought the way he was playing "Won't Get Fooled Again" from 1999-2002 was even better. Most musicians of his age a stature don't usually continue to improve so much! Although he was always awesome.


The you would probably like this clip:

http://www.metacafe.com/watch/yt-TVl39LBZGMw/john_entwistle_bass_solo/?cd=e fe2f386e84f63dbc26146cf6fca1820005yt-IfDE-ZvfOwUbasic


Loved the way he would use distortion. Not many bassists did it often.

Not sure if he was a failed guitarist. It seems like he succeeded. He just broke two strings and never put them back on.

 

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  posted on 2/22/2009 at 11:17 PM
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I would love to hear BO isolated during Mt. Jam.

Ditto!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It would blow me away!

 

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  posted on 2/23/2009 at 01:35 PM
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Very cool. Thanks very much. He was always my favorite musician in the Who. The Who's music would have suffered with most other bassists in my opinion. He made up for Pete's lack of leads with a busy bass. he also had a very distinct sound. You can always tell when it is him.

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I think it was the combination of busy bass lines and Moon's crashing style that gave the Who their sound. Left Pete time to concentrate on songwriting. Roger sang well but was the weakest link.


I don't think Roger was a weak link at all. Certianly by 1971 he was a great artist in his own right and his voice was a key component of the Who's sound.

 

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Very cool. Thanks very much. He was always my favorite musician in the Who. The Who's music would have suffered with most other bassists in my opinion. He made up for Pete's lack of leads with a busy bass. he also had a very distinct sound. You can always tell when it is him.

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I was always in awe with Keith Moon


I think it was the combination of busy bass lines and Moon's crashing style that gave the Who their sound. Left Pete time to concentrate on songwriting. Roger sang well but was the weakest link.


I don't think Roger was a weak link at all. Certianly by 1971 he was a great artist in his own right and his voice was a key component of the Who's sound.


Roger can't write, he has voice problems and has for a long time. He was spoonfeed his parts by Pete. Listen to pete's demos and you will clearly see that Roger had little input or say. He hit a low point when releasing a tribute album to Pete. obviously ran out of cash. Not saying he was the worst singer ever or anything. Just in the Who, he was the weak link.

 

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  posted on 2/24/2009 at 12:08 AM
*very* cool video ! Thanks for posting, Mulehead.

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Very cool. Thanks very much. He was always my favorite musician in the Who. The Who's music would have suffered with most other bassists in my opinion. He made up for Pete's lack of leads with a busy bass. he also had a very distinct sound. You can always tell when it is him.

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I was always in awe with Keith Moon


I think it was the combination of busy bass lines and Moon's crashing style that gave the Who their sound. Left Pete time to concentrate on songwriting. Roger sang well but was the weakest link.


I don't think Roger was a weak link at all. Certianly by 1971 he was a great artist in his own right and his voice was a key component of the Who's sound.


Roger can't write, he has voice problems and has for a long time. He was spoonfeed his parts by Pete. Listen to pete's demos and you will clearly see that Roger had little input or say. He hit a low point when releasing a tribute album to Pete. obviously ran out of cash. Not saying he was the worst singer ever or anything. Just in the Who, he was the weak link.


I disagree. Roger interpretted Pete's songs extremely differently than Pete did. In fact sometimes changing the way Pete heard his own lyrics... Townshend has made countless comments with the same observations. Usually in praise to Daltrey, but occassionally slightly irritable about it too. - To me, if there was no Roger Daltrey, there is no Who. Without Roger, they are just Pete Townshend and his backing band. Although... an absolutely amazing backing band. Again, I'm thinking in terms of what makes a band special is all parts contributing. - I also always have thought of Roger as a great example of why it's not important to be a songwriter when you already have a great songwriter in your band. - The thing is, Roger's voice has ALWAYS been one of my all-time favorites. The power behind is voice has never quite been matched. I also always loved the way he can sing the soft parts so gently, but yet still so strong, like on the outtake of "Love is Coming Down". - There are many songs that I just don't like Pete singing, but love them when Roger does...

Now I'm a HUGE Townshend fan and a huge Who Fan, so I'm not trying to put any of the guys down or try to put Roger up on a pedastal. I'm just saying I think Roger's was an equally important contribution to the other guys. After all John, Keith & Pete all just RAGED on their instruments in a live setting. Roger was doing essentially the same thing with his voice...

 

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  posted on 2/24/2009 at 11:33 AM
Video of the day right here!!!

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This thread kind of took in a life of it's own. Regardless or the weakest link stuff, the video is just bad ass.
 

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  posted on 2/24/2009 at 11:59 AM
YEAR OF THE OX INDEED!!!!....SWEET

 

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Very cool. Thanks very much. He was always my favorite musician in the Who. The Who's music would have suffered with most other bassists in my opinion. He made up for Pete's lack of leads with a busy bass. he also had a very distinct sound. You can always tell when it is him.

______________________________________________________________________

I was always in awe with Keith Moon


I think it was the combination of busy bass lines and Moon's crashing style that gave the Who their sound. Left Pete time to concentrate on songwriting. Roger sang well but was the weakest link.


I don't think Roger was a weak link at all. Certianly by 1971 he was a great artist in his own right and his voice was a key component of the Who's sound.


Roger can't write, he has voice problems and has for a long time. He was spoonfeed his parts by Pete. Listen to pete's demos and you will clearly see that Roger had little input or say. He hit a low point when releasing a tribute album to Pete. obviously ran out of cash. Not saying he was the worst singer ever or anything. Just in the Who, he was the weak link.


I'll tell you another thing Roger is. Short. Met him once and had to look down at him, and I'm only 5'10.

 

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