this list ain’t worth squat without jack. Jim Kale for his work with The guess who and my favorite live album live at the paramount :DDDDD im gonna suicide now ! ) What, no the kid from the Partridge family, wah, wah, get over it, it is JUST a list! Her bass-work is sublime. paul mccartney better than marcus miller and the rest? I agree with the number 1 choice. Those two being John Entwistle and Jack Casady. Tai W, Gary Thai, who left of Klus Corman. This list is just crazy. I agree , Walter Page’s omission reflects how little distance anyone is willing to go for the best and most creative bassist of Modern times (thanks Gabe) , and then there’s Pop’s Foster who invented the ‘walking’ bass line which led to Walter , boogie-woogie and rock n roll . Once again the “best of in any category” is so subjective why do people start this shit it proves nothing and what are you basing this on popularity, education, talent, creativity, or limited knowledge on your part? FLEA better than Jaco…..PLEASE. I love Roger Waters, but do not think for one minute, he belongs on this list. A list of the best bassists that does not include Michael Been of The Call is not a valid list. 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Phil Lynott was way better than Harris and Burton…, And however much I lika Lemmy – he’s NOT top 50 on this list in my opinion… but he was the no. Dudes, Great list. Mark Andesâ work with Spirit plus several other bands stands out in my ear. With average talent, centuries. However, I don’t see him as being better than several who have either been relegated to a far lower status than they SHOULD be, such as Billy Sheehan, (at #22, while LEMMY is at #20…. But a better case can be made forMcCarney, IF you are talking rock. Phelix Paplardi,, outstanding bass man with one of the few 3 piece giants Mountain and producer for Cream. Listen, i mean really listen to some of his bass work on Fair Warning and 1984 (no, not “Jump”! Roger Glover 42? Gary Thain, Felton Crews, David Wm. He is not a technical wizard, but very solid. their are so many artists you have not heard of and it shows by not including them. Tal Wilkenfeld who’s played with Jeff Beck among others is a tremendous young bass player. Too many omissions to take seriously to be honest. That’s called innovation. Incredible. And I’m disappointed that I didn’t make the list ð, And, of course completely forgotten, on Number 1A: Robbie Shakespeare! What about Greg Lake? “Entertainment” List not serious. Not many people could have battle sessions with “GOD” like he did.. R.I.P. JOHN WETTON – TIM BOGARD – JIMMY LEA – FELIX PAPPALARDI – HELMUT HATTLER Dave Allen Gang of Four – Crazy funky driving bass. Boring I don’t get from it. Pete Way (who influenced #7 Steve Harris) and David Ellefson of Megadeth should have been included. In addition, Kaye has also performed music for TV and film, including the theme for Mission Impossible. Well, well, well… What are the criteria ? SRSLY! Carol Kaye is an unsung bassist, & like you say Jack Bruce is a multi-instrumentalist, classically trained. What about herbie flowers? Larry Graham at 26th!!! I agree!….and what about the talented (singer, songwriter) and showmanship of JoJo Garcia of Los Lonely Boys and for his ever so deep and dynamic, thudding or vibrant, you could almost count the viibrations of the strings of Mel Schachers bass….of GRAND FUNK RR! Louis Johnson at 43rd. Phil Lesh Alembic Miniature Bass Details: Condition: Brand New Item SKU: SS-AXE-PL-408 His name evades me. The Motown original Funk Brothers. Seeing a lot of those names on the list and names in the comments brought back many good memories. What a bullshit popularity contest. another great bassist. rocco prestia,ralphe Armstrong,will lee……..where are they? You are missing the point with Claypool and are hopeless because of it. So this is just a popularity contest and has no bearing of great bass players. How could Jaco not be amongst the top ten? Otherwise the list is good. How many frets do *you* need on your 4-string? Bruce Thomas is my personal fave. Same with Larry Mullin. He is the most sought after Bassist today. I liked the list though was surprised no Mike Watt or Doug Wimbish. As the frontman and bassist in Primus, Claypool is responsible for bringing the groove to thrash metal and alt.rock with his infamous Rainbow bass and forming more side projects than humanly possible, most notably with Police drummer Stewart Copeland and Phish frontman Trey Anastasio for the supergroup Oysterhead. No Klaus Voormann? No Bob Daisley? And why is Mark Stoemer of the Killers not on this list? Greg Ridley from Humble Pie and Spooky Tooth, Mel Schacher from Grand Funk, Pete Way from UFO, Andy Fraser from Free, Martin Turner from Wishbone Ash, Pete Agnew from Nazareth, Harvey Brooks of The Doors, Electric Flag, and Super Session, Francis Bucholtz of The Scorpions, Jack Casady of Jefferson Airplane, Noel Reading, and Billy Cox with Jimi Hendrix, Rick Danko of The Band, Jim Kale of The Guess Who, John Myong of Dream Theatre, Robert DeLeo of STP, etc…a top 50 list is too debatable! I saw him twice with the Who and he really sucks! Shulman Brother. during a revival of the fifties and sixties. Tal Winkenfeld , one of the few female bassist in the world, born 1986. All great players on the list, regardless of ranking. hey! List by popularity or talent I’m not sure. Please proceed to have conniptions and hissy fits to your hearts’ content. Whomever constructed it ought to he feed to Tammy Fae Baker inbetween make up sessions. Based on skill and creativity. Just stop…. Chris White (Zombies) He shreds any strings you put in his hands. Top 30 Hard Rock How Tom and drummer Chester Thompson really pump thru all tricky FZ trade marks. Jack Cassidy should be there and high up, too! Jah Wobble is worth a mention also. Tina Weymouth only no.36? Anyone good enough to be in the Zombies, Argent and the Kinks knows what he’s doing in my opinion though. Just because the band was/is great doesn’t mean that the individuals are great musicians. Mel Schacher of GFR fame. C’mon! Duck Dunn near 50? Jamerson for example, influenced many of the players listed above him. Lesh was more a catapult to parts further out. No Jack Casady? Clayton had to learn on the fly. No Ian Hill? This is total bull… Not to mention Paul McCartney better than Jaco… Do you know anything about music? And he never even wanted to be the baseplayer! Tony Levin should be higher on the list , as should be Chris Squire. As usual, a popularity contest, nothing to do with who is the best, No Michael Anthony? John Paul Jones better than JACK BRUCE â my ass. I’m old school. I’d put him in the top 3. ), or John Myung and Stu Hamm, who have been overlooked ENTIRELY. Francis Rocco Prestia from Tower of Power 3.5 out of 5 stars 5. Colin Bass of CAMEL would wipe the floor with most of the above. Bass with the Jeff Beck Group w/ Rod Stewart and then guitar with Stewart and Faces and then the Stones?? They play with their FEET while ripping it up on the organ. And, with Fleetwood Mac? ………….frankly, there are some players on this list i am just not familiar with ……….we can’t know and like everything or everybody. A list of 50 top bass players without Jack Casady is unthinkable! He was the riffmaster in Led Zeppelin, the solid grounding to Jimmy Page and Robert Plantâs wild energy, the driving force behind âBlack Dogâ and âMisty Mountain Hopâ, and the main reason why the Page/Plant reunions, good as they were, just werenât Zeppelin. Chris Squire, etc, of course, was a “better” bass player. Keeping up with Rory Gallagher was not a task for the timid. #19…an insult. Again : very funny, thanks a lot ! I currently play with a guitarist and drummer in an all originals group and often use cello sounds, delay, overdrive, whah and the like and we feel that makes us sound different than many of the bands we play with locally. I know it’s been mentioned before, but how can you leave Felix Pappalardi off this list? Paul Newton (Uriah Heep) is missing on the list and should at #2…. Jeff Ament, Peter Steele, Tom Petersson, Tom Hamilton, Bill Dickens. Great List but I think Dave Holland should have made the list, countless great jazz albums including miles Davis’ Bithes Brew. They backed up Gary U. S. Bonds, The Shirelles, Chuck Berry, etc. Please! And one Canadian. During his solo career, did/does McCartney still play the bass guitar or did/does he play lead for his songs, I wonder? Exactly…..TIM BOGART not in the Top 5????? No Flea? Another vote for Graham Maby for inclusion. I especially loved his bass playing on BURN DOWN THE MISSION. athough NO is so obvious answer, Geezer Butler better than Charles Mingus!!! Though he was a big guy, you could barely see the Duckâs fingers move on the strings, even when he was playing with rockers like Neil Young or Eric Clapton. He is the Bassists Bassist. The Iron Maiden guy is the 7th best bass player, ever. Noel Redding, Bill Wyman, Jim Lea, Mel Shacher at least should be in (IMHO in top 20) Roll this shit carefully in tube and put in your a… back, Entwistle was phenomenal. No GPJr is absolutely awful. McCartney has a bigger musical impact, but strictly speaking, Flea is hard to top as a bassist. Where are Lee Jackson, Janick Top,Jamaaladeen Tacuma, John Greaves, Rocketry Morton? One issue is the improvisatory nature of the Grateful Deadâs music. You guys have got to be kidding. Just sayin…. Im a bass player also, my brother played bass for the righteous brothers in the 60s and mack davis to name a few, my point is ive listened to a lot of bass players over the yrs. Every list of greatest musicians is always limited to the few big rock players that these ignorant writers are aware of. Alex Webster-Cannibal Corpse Really ? It didn’t matter. Grateful Deadâs bassist always sounded exactly like what he was: an experimental composer who learned bass for the sake of joining a rock band. Any list is incomplete without Jon Camp from Renaissance He might be #1. Jaco should be much higher on the list. No other band puts Bass in the front. And Chris Squire only at number 16? I can’t believe you overlooked James Dewar. The Metersâ founding bassist is also the most prolific member of his circle, leading countless spinoff bands and playing on notable sessions (including David Byrneâs Uh-Oh album). Gimme a break! Carol Kaye very impressive, but mostly in studio, she played on so many of the big hits. What about Lee Jackson, John Greaves, Rockette Morton, Janick Top, Richard Sinclair, Bill McCormick, Jamaaladeen Tacuma, Trefor Geronwy ? Sims, Mel Schachler…. I could name a dozen who belong on this list, as have others, BUT, not including Tim Bogart??? Duck Dunn is far too close to the bottom of the list. Chris Squire, Jaco pastorius, Charles Mingus, Ray brown, and James jammers should be in the top ten. I’ve gone down the entire reply list of this obviously celebrity driven list and I was perplexed to find no one mentioning the incredible Chris Hillman. he’s played on more hits than most of these other players combined ………….. Carol Kaye, Chuck Rainey, Herbie Flowers Donald Dunn James Jamerson, Pino Palladino, Tony Levin, Lee Sklar, Bernard Edwards, Will Lee, Larry Knechtel……… these were/are the studio greats that define/d an era of great music…………. Too many really good bass players not on the list. I think there music was much better than Paulâs CRAP after they broke up too. Gary Thain on ‘July Morning’ was as thundering as it gets…Glover, Sachler, and Mr. Glenn Hughes! Always overlooked in these polls Eric Avery…not mainstream so does not get a mention….but best ever dynamic driving bass player ever. Also no mention of Mick Karn (RIP) hugely talented fretless bass virtuoso who was also better than the vast majority on the list. Paul McCartney made a trademark out of the supple, lyrical bassline more than any rock player before or since, and thatâs on âPaperback Writerâ alone. This ain’t! But ya got jazz& other styles sprinkled iin there. I believe these 5 guys should be top 25: A Lesson in the Phil Lesh Styleâ¦ Several things make it difficult to describe, characterize, or analyze Grateful Dead â¦ Along with his brother Carlton Barrett, who played drums for The Wailers, the duo were one of the tightest rhythm sections on record. Mel is a legend, truly one of a kind. Not a single Frank Zappa bass player on this list. & there’s much more. agree, and many other excellent musicians not mentioned. Jack Casady formerly of the Jefferson Airplane and now Hot Tuna should be in the top ten without question. Go away…this list sucks anyway. Wow, the voices sure get loud for those omitted. Rio are the best bass lines I ever came across! Please. I agree…Jack Bruce should be further up the chart! We all have our favorites, and we know this isn’t a scientific ranking- just a poll of polls. I think i am going to have a heart attack….JUSTIN CHANCELLOR!!!!!! Besides him, Motown’s James Jamerson…Bob Mosely of Moby Grape played very beautiful, almost orchestral, bass lines…Jack Casady…Jack Bruce (obviously)…John Paul Jones, for power. Do you think I am wrong? Are you nor familiar with Geddy Lee’s playing? Self taught genius! Who is the best? And you may only put Chris Squire below McCartnet & Entwistle in rock. It was easier to hear at the higher rpm. un grand oubliÃ©; Felix Pappalardi (Cream Montain), Gary Thain, Greg Lake & Peter Cetera should be on the list. Martin Turner is the most ignored but brilliant bass player this country has ever known. Aside from his big band w. the Raelettes, Ray also had a quartet for 35 years. 3.) My dog plays bass better than Simon Gallup. As the longtime bassist for the cult bar band NRBQ (New Rhythm And Blues Quartet), Joey Spampinato embodied that bandâs tight-but-loose mindset. Who was a rock and roll star on stage? Andy Fraser, Greg Ridley…but without doubt the biggest omission is Peter Hook from New Order. Although the bassist’s listed , and sub-listed are all worthy of being great in their own way . Looks more like a list on how popular the band is, not the quality of the player. Try playing All Right Now without the bass. the whole list needs some shaking up i think. I had to check my calendar. It’s not about HOW he plays; if so, this list should be populated by 50 unknown session bassists. Woodstock, The man deserves an award for keeping up with the late great Alvin Lee. I like Oteil and Victor wooten, Steve Bailey is quite awesome but thats me. Absolutely agree about Ron Carter, what an inventive bassist! You must be kidding. I miss Melissa auf der Maur on this list so Tina weymouth might not be alone. None of these were stock instruments! Peter Cetera of the early Chicago recordings and Fielder of BS&T have more technique in their mistakes than the best of most of the ones on this list. Ron Carter, is an American jazz double. Not to mention Paul McCartney better than Jaco… Do you know anything about music? But he wasn’t even the best bassist in the Beatles. What a farce this list is. Just how excellent depends on what kind of music YOU want to hear now. Walk On The Wild Side? Despite his overlooked status, Pastorius regularly introduced himself as the greatest electric bass player in the world, and weâre not going to argue. These guys ‘made’ stuff. Justin Meldal-Johnsen (JMJ)…is certainly a force, Norman Watt-Roy from the Blockheads…. Where is Paul Chambers? Jack Cassidy, from the Airplane and Hot Tuna, should be in the top 10, but he’s not even on the list! Pretty versatile. Go see them, they get better with age! King, Joe Cocker, Albert Collins, Joe Henry, Jewel, Essra Mohawk, and many others! This list is pure BS! nnaaaaaaaa. But it happens in similar lists always. The landmark groove of âCissy Strutâ was just the beginning, and Porter, Jr, is one of the greatest bassists who embodies New Orleansâ slinky approach to funk. With all the amazing things he does on the bass, he still somehow manages lead vocals…. Both are Bay Area rocks. Best Frank Sinatra Christmas Songs: 20 Classics That Define The Holidays, âA Charlie Brown Christmasâ Soundtrack: Vince Guaraldi Trioâs Seasonal Gift, Freddie Mercuryâs Munich Years: An Interview With Phoebe Freestone, New Jack Swing Fashion And Style: A Photo Essay. Tom T-Bone Wolk was a great bass player too and it is not included…unfair! Brother Dan. Where is the late great Mick Karn ? For a good essay on his career see http://abbeyrd.best.vwh.net/paulbass.htm. …….it’s impossible ……………. Paul McCartney? John Wetton? What about new guys like Hadrien Feraud or greats like John Pattitucci???!? He should be top 5. where is Jack Cassidy, John Khan.and Rob Wasserman. Lee Sklar at 49? No John Taylor? P.S. He’s awesome – but not 3’rd… probably top 20 though…. Seriously??? Mick Karn (Japan) & Jerry Casale (Devo) should be there. The late Chris Squires should have been a top 5 selection, top 10- at worst. How about : Timothy B. Scmidt of ” The Eagles ” ? He would still be on this list, I think, without being in the Beatles, and probably be regarded better as a pure player. Everyone else tied for 3rd. I think if you asked the majority of still living bassists on the list they would say Entwistle was the best as most of them were highly influenced by him. I’m amazed that Mel Schacher from Grand Funk didn’t make the list. Any mid-to-late Rush track evinces how Geddy Lee could do fiendish complexity while still rocking hard enough to drive a power trio (watch him talk to uDiscover Music about his time with the band. Bottom line is the groove and Jaco is the one. Check him out. Half of these so called great bass players played in good bands that does not make them great. There are sooooo many great players …………too many to mention. This oft-recorded master was the answer to 70s Los Angelesâ prayers. Bootsy Knows. No body is going to agree on this one…. This list is a joke. Why no Andy Faser? So therefore, it is BOGUS even though there are some very good players on this list. Great player. They would totally shred many of the rock players listed. Great Bassists should be known for what they contributed to the sound of a song. ” Tal Wilkenfeld ” she is awesome and can’t wait to seeing her live.. xxx. The guy was incredible. What about Dale “Bugsley” Peters of The James Gang? Bogus list. Without any flashy solos, Wyman remains underrated, but listen to any of the basslines on âShatteredâ or â19th Nervous Breakdownâ and tell us you havenât missed him since heâs been gone. Speaking of the punk genre, where is Matt Freeman? LEO LYONS—————–and if you don’t know the name you DONT KNOW ROCK and Roll.!!! Muzz Skillings and Doug Wimbish are bad motherfunkers, and at least one of them should have been on this list. 51. Tommy Caldwell for his work in the Marshall Yucker band, Mel Schacher-Grand Funk Railroad, Geddy Lee-Rush, John Paul Jones-Zeppelin, Ben Shepherd-Soundgarden, Mike Commerford-Audioslave……the top 5, Jaco should be in the top 10 and so should Leland Sklar…..at 49 that’s just plain insulting and forced me to make a comment. Personal choice is just that ….personal. Pooooooooor!!! but for me steve harris remain no.1. Bill Wyman is outstanding on The Brussels Affair and Lemmy deserves to be there just for his performance on Space Ritual. These are all excellent players. No such list is ever going to please everyone, and yours is no exception: for Honorable Mention, I’d like to nominate Moby Grapes’ Bob Mosely … Lee Sklar … Ross Valory … The Gin Blossoms’ Bill Leen … John Deacon … Chas Chandler … Rick Huxley … and John McVie (I’ll never forget browsing a record store in Seattle in the early 80’s and the sound system started playing “Rhiannon” … first came ten seconds of intro … then Mick and John joined in, heralded by John’s powerful and lilting bass line. And, Prince is right up there, too. Paul McCartney should be MUCH lower. No one even considers someone like Dusty Hill but he has made an indelible mark on history none the less. Flea Albeit better known as a producer (Elvis Costello, Graham Parker, The Damned), Nick Lowe not only knew how to play fluid, often sophisticated basslines in a hard-driving rockânâroll context but mastered how to make them sound killer on record. Without whom I wouldn’t be playing bass. Listen to the many renditions of “Bouree” for examples. Oh, sure. It is too bad she let herself go. What about the great Bernard Edwards of Chic, Mark Adams of Slave? Definitely not music, or not only. Don’t shoot the messenger! Oh and Primus Sucks! But nice try. Jaco Pastorius at 12 behind FLEA, for God’s sake, and James Jamerson isn’t even mentioned? In 2002, Lesh rejoined the band, and Hornsby left. Carole Kaye indirectly taught most of these people how to play! I have been a bass player for about 30 years and over the last 5 or 6 years re examined how I was playing and made some changes. Sorry about the confusion. Yes agood case can be made for putting Entwistle on top. Check out FZ:s 1974, 6 pc band, (G. Duke, Napoleon MB, Ruth U). Paul was actually a better guitarist than John, but John had a brand new Rickenbacker and he was the leader at that point, so Paul went to bass duty. No glen Hughes. Big Thanks! RIP Chris Squire — died today from cancer … ranked #16 here … w-a-a-a-y too low. In 2000, Bill Kreutzmann, another Grateful Dead alumnus, joined the group, while Phil Lesh dropped out. FREE Shipping. Steven Santos of Lurid Jester has a very eclectic mix as well. 5.0 out of 5 stars 3. As a guitarist, he winded up doing some interesting and progressive things at bass, much like Entwistle did with The Who. and Phil Lesh & Friends concert, the first of which took place 10 years ago today. This is a joke. You’ve included a lot of names that are often overlooked. and how about Mike Gordon of Phish ………? He changed how the instrument was played, just as Hendrix changed how the guitar was played. Mike, Therefore a will add Felix Papalardi Short THUMPS on all the right places.Talk about understated bass. Even the songs with a fairly strict structure will vary from performance to performance. Just the bassist for a great band. Donald ” Duck” Dunn should have been number 3. Shop The Big Style Sale. The syrupy crap he put out later can’t take away from the genuinely brilliant playing he did in those early days. https://www.mixcloud.com/sohoradio/free-seed-on-soho-ep-10/. Phil was faithful to his 'Big Brown' bass in the '70s, alongside the Alembic bass that shows up in the Grateful Dead Movie. DANE ALDERSON from the YELLOW JACKETS?!! To learn to play The Beatles song’s bass correctly from zero would take weeks. Entwistle as # 1 is a fair choice. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bb5KHXW48uI. I don’t have all day to red the previous answers, so if Jim Rodford was mentioned – sorry about that. Cette liste craint yen a plein qui mÃ©rite pas leur place. – You cannot be serious – This guy could play the ass off most of the higher listed players – He is in a league of his own with string bending, 2 handed tapping etc etc – I mean, Lemmy at 20 – Like the material, but he’s no great bass legend! I saw them both in concert three times and never was less than amazed! Think weâve missed anyone off our list of the best bassists of all time? Still on the jazz side, I’ve heard Milt Hinton do acoustic slap bass like none on the electric side. I scanned through the list, finding almost everyone I thought should be on here. No Greg Ridley? Listen to his work on JW and! I’m not surprised. Danyel Morgan – formerly of Robert Randolph and the Family Band. Metallica, Suicidal Tendencies Again i must insist that you recognize our german friend Hellmut Hattler here as one of the best ever, (go 6 min into this video) : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J75alNHjmcM. I agree, she is a class to herself. Where is George Porter Jr (The Meters)??? Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. You are missing Calvin ‘Fuzzy’ Samuel of Manassas and CSNY and more. Overall not a bad list, I would switch Bill Wyman and Paul McCartney though, Wyman was far better and his bass lines on many Stones songs from the 70’s were just damn sexy! Flea? Any bassist who hasnât absorbed âGoodbye Pork Pie Hatâ or âHaitian Fight Songâ hasnât explored their instrument properly. The list may be American, but surely he has some exposure over there? Especially check out 1:07-1:34. I play for a cover band and i would definitely be a great bassist over McCartney. Oteil Burbridge formerly of the Allman Brothers and Tedeschi Trucks Band is a bad man. Jamerson!!! No one comes into the same universe as Victor Wooten. I would never dream of it. !1 puhleessee!! Paul McCartney at 5? Kim Deal? To me you forgot two icons…. Long live the Bassist- – often called the “wife ” of the band- when she’s there,nobody bothers- when she’s not ,watch what happens!!!!!!!!! That’s some Bullshit!!! Well, most of you won’t know him but i miss Andy Smith of Mostly Autumn. They also played in concerts with many current artists. Or famous? But remember this is a list compiled by people with a small amount of musical education and even smaller amount of experience. 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