"Tina Weymouth provided an unbelievably funky, exuberant bottom end that could keep up with Byrne’s limitless energy and demonstrated stunning technical chops — and she could dance in perfect synchronicity with the band all the while. On songs like “Heaven,” she could dial the energy down, but the emphasis on unusual beat placement and swagger always remained intact."
Writing about music is like dancing about architecture...
@Devils_Rancher @EdS Family Man was rock solid, indeed. I can't imagine doing a top 20 underrated bass players without nods to Robert Sledge from Ben Folds Five and Meshell Ndegeocello, both of whom should be more well known than they are (which is also the excuse I'd use to keep Levin on the list, but that's mostly me trying to get more people into his trip)
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