In the vast and ever-evolving world of jazz, one element stands as an unwavering pillar of rhythm, harmony, and melody: the walking bass.
A journey into the heart of jazz is incomplete without an exploration of this quintessential technique, where every note tells a story, every beat is a pulse, and every step is a melodic stride.
In this article, we embark on a rhythmic voyage to unravel the enchanting art of the walking bass in jazz in the form of video.
Stay tuned for some of the most famous performances in jazz, but first here’s John Clayton to explain all…
Check out these epic performances from the some of the best jazz bass players of all time…
Ray Brown & Friends
What are your favourite examples of the walking bass in jazz?