Ain't No Mountain High Enough Bass Line

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About a year ago, we saw a graphic visualization of James Jamerson’s bass line in the song “For Once in My Life.” Now we have another visualization of the late bassist’s talents on Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell’s 1967 version of “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” thanks to musician Jack Stratton.

James Jamerson was a member of the Funk Brothers, a group of jazz-oriented session players who played on most of the songs produced at Motown Studios. Jamerson laid down the bass lines for 30 #1 pop hits and more than 70 #1 R&B hit songs. -via Digg


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