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SLY STONE
SLAP
CENTRAL STATION
BASS GUITAR
PRINCE
FUNK
LARRY GRAHAM
FAMILY STONE
SLAP BASS PLAYING
POP METHOD
GRAHAM CENTRAL STATION
CHILD
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OWN BAND
SINGING GROUP
BASS
MID 1970S
STANLEY CLARKE
FUNK MUSIC
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Definitions

  1. Larry Graham is a god.
  2. Larry Graham, the bass player for the Family Stone, was quoted as saying that if he ever left the group, he wanted Allen to replace him.
  3. Larry Graham was a particular bass hero of his in those formative years. (Web site)

Sly Stone

  1. Later that year, the tension between Sly Stone and Larry Graham reached its peak.
  2. In 2003, the members of the original Family Stone, except Sly Stone and Larry Graham, reunited to record a sixteen-song studio album.
  3. Sure, James Brown is known as a tough band leader, but Sly Stone was so messed up on drugs he actually tried to kill Larry Graham. (Web site)
  4. It was rumored that Larry Graham took out a hit on Sly Stone 's life, which led to a brawl between their respective entourages and Graham leaving the band. (Web site)
  5. Later that year, the tension between Sly Stone and Larry Graham came to a head.

Slap

  1. The master of slap bass, funk bass giant Larry Graham shows you 60 minutes of intensive bass work.
  2. Larry Graham of Sly and the Family Stone and Graham Central Station was an early innovator of the slap style.
  3. The slap and pop method was pioneered by Larry Graham in the 1960s. (Web site)
  4. Em 1966, Larry Graham recebeu a oferta de actuar como baixista num grupo de sete componentes que ficou conhecido como " Sly & the Family Stone ". (Web site)
  5. He also uses highly syncopated 16th note patterns combined with a very strong slap technique, highly influenced by Larry Graham.

Central Station

  1. After leaving the band in the mid 1970s, Freddie was a member of former Family Stone bandmate Larry Graham 's band Graham Central Station.
  2. In 1997, Prince approached funk bassist Larry Graham, one of his childhood idols, with questions about his Jehovah's Witness faith.
  3. In the mid-1970s, Larry Graham worked with Betty Davis, the former second wife of jazz legend Miles Davis.
  4. Allen replaced founding Family Stone member Larry Graham, who was forced out of the band and went on to start his own, Graham Central Station.
  5. That tour was cut short after Larry Graham was arrested for possession of marijuana, and also because of disagreements with concert promoters. (Web site)

Bass Guitar

  1. Larry Graham invented the "slapping" technique of bass guitar playing, which became synonymous with funk music. (Web site)
  2. Meanwhile, Sly recruited Larry Graham to play bass guitar. (Web site)
  3. When he was a child, Wooten's older brother Regi helped him develop his double-thumbing technique which was first created by Larry Graham.
  4. Larry Graham invented the " slapping " technique of bass guitar playing, which became synonymous with funk music. (Web site)
  5. He also uses highly syncopated 16th note patterns combined with a very strong slap technique, highly influenced by Larry Graham.

Prince

  1. In 1997, Prince approached funk bassist Larry Graham, one of his childhood idols, with questions about his Jehovah's Witness faith.
  2. Later that year, the tension between Sly Stone and Larry Graham came to a head. (Web site)
  3. Khan also appeared on new CDs by Prince and Larry Graham for the New Power Generation Label, and toured in support for the projects.

Funk

  1. Albeit I have a hard time debating Bootsy vs Larry Graham in regard to funk music influence but if you could not choose Larry must be up there. (Web site)
  2. The master of slap bass, funk bass giant Larry Graham shows you 60 minutes of intensive bass work.
  3. Her style is heavily funk inflected, influenced by Funkadelic's Billy "Bass" Nelson, Larry Graham, and The Slits, as well as Northwest stalwarts Dead Moon.

Larry Graham

  1. Later that year, the tension between Sly Stone and Larry Graham came to a head.
  2. Larry Graham and Sly were no longer on friendly terms, and Graham was fired in early 1972 and replaced with Rusty Allen.
  3. In the mid-1970s, Larry Graham worked with Betty Davis, the former second wife of jazz legend Miles Davis.
  4. Later that year, the tension between Sly Stone and Larry Graham came to a head. (Web site)
  5. Larry Graham invented the "slapping" technique of bass guitar playing, which became synonymous with funk music.

Family Stone

  1. In 2003, the members of the original Family Stone, except Sly Stone and Larry Graham, reunited to record a sixteen-song studio album.
  2. The invention is generally credited to Sly & the Family Stone bassist Larry Graham; legend has it Graham was trying to emulate the sound of a drum set. (Web site)
  3. From Mudhoney---s grunge-spawning sludge to Larry Graham---s grooving fizz with Sly & the Family Stone, I have always loved the sound of fuzz bass.
  4. Larry Graham of Sly and the Family Stone and Graham Central Station was an early innovator of the slap style. (Web site)
  5. Larry Graham, from Sly & The Family Stone was looking forward to an encore with the band, but unfortunately, it never happened.

Slap Bass Playing

  1. His slap bass playing arrived soon after Larry Graham brought it into the mainstream, and both are considered the "grandfathers" of slap-bass playing.

Pop Method

  1. The slap and pop method was pioneered by Larry Graham in the 1960s.

Graham Central Station

  1. There's a terrific web site on Sly Stone & associated artists (including Larry Graham and Graham Central Station).

Child

  1. As a child, his older brother Regi helped him develop his double-thumbing technique to help imitate the basslines of such greats as Larry Graham. (Web site)

Projects

  1. Khan also appeared on new CD's by Prince and Larry Graham for the New Power Generation Label, and she toured in support of the projects. (Web site)

Own Band

  1. Allen replaced Larry Graham, who was forced out of the group and went on to start his own band, Graham Central Station.

Singing Group

  1. Together with several friends, Brown formed a singing group that started out doing harmony covers of Larry Graham and Donny Hathaway records. (Web site)

Bass

  1. For this track, Sly Stone played the bass instead of Larry Graham.

Mid 1970S

  1. In the mid 1970s, Larry Graham worked with Betty Davis, the former second wife of jazz legend Miles Davis. (Web site)

Stanley Clarke

  1. Claypool developed a bass guitar slap technique listening to other bassists such as Stanley Clarke and Larry Graham.

Funk Music

  1. Larry Graham invented the " slapping " technique of bass guitar playing, which became synonymous with funk music. (Web site)
  2. In the kingdom of funk music, Larry Graham is a prince, of course.

Categories

  1. Culture > Arts > Music > Sly Stone
  2. Family Stone
  3. Funk Music
  4. Culture > Arts > Music > Maceo Parker
  5. Glossaries > Glossary of Funk Musicians /
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