(1) The bassist and drummer share lead vocal duties and both have good vocal abilities.(2) The bassist 's fingers at times became a blur as she plucked away at the strings like a madwoman.(3) The band are now older, and on their third bassist , and the sound is not the same as it was.(4) Riffs are what happens when you leave the rhythm guitarist and the bassist alone in the studio for a couple of hours.(5) Both the bassist and drummer come from musical backgrounds of hardcore and punk.(6) The band have been though a few changes over the last year or so, first losing their bassist & then their drummer.(7) They'd be well advised to acquire at least a bassist and drummer before they show their faces round here again.(8) Bearded and flanked by a double bassist and a drummer he looks every inch the troubled, acoustic troubadour.(9) He's backed by an unintrusive bassist and percussion trio, doing his thing, and it's magic.(10) Their songs were good, but I thought that the guitarist did a better job at singing than the bassist did.(11) You simply can't play if the bassist and the drummer aren't talking.(12) While bassist and drummer are resigned to lucrative obscurity, the lead guitarist is almost famous.(13) And he has built up a ‘formidable reputation as one of the most dependable versatile, lyrical bassists of the European continent’.(14) But the Music Department had a rule that bassists (meaning string and electric) had to play tuba as well.(15) The leaders of these two loving, live-quintet tributes are both bassists .(16) They went through five drummers, six bassists , four keyboard players, four lead vocalists, but only one lead guitarist, quite an achievement.
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