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Interview | Phaze 1, Feb 1989
Interview | Sound International, Sep 1978
Bowie's Dennis Davis and George Murray
Dennis Davis and George Murray chat to Ralph Denyer on their rhythmic station in the Bowie band.
Interview | International Musician, Sep 1975
The Who's bassist extraordinaire talks technique versus mystique
Interview | One Two Testing, Sep 1984
a story of psychedelia
Interview | Topic: Instrument Tuition / Technique | One Two Testing, May 1984
Mr Funk Bass shows you how
Interview | Sound On Sound, May 1991
Mark King, master bassist with a string of hit albums to his name as leader of Level 42, has reaped many of the rewards that pop stardom can bring — but satisfaction with the music industry is never guaranteed, as Paul Tingen discovers.
Interview | Making Music, Apr 1986
Mr Bassman, boom boom, thwack thwack, talks exclusively, dang dang, chacker chacker, to Making Music, thock thock, thwackadang
Interview | Music Technology, Feb 1987
His idiosyncratic style of fretless bass playing inspired a generation, but now the ex-Japan man is playing sessions, writing his own music, and programming his own synths.
Interview | The Mix, Sep 1994
Interview | Home & Studio Recording, Jul 1985
Pete Hook — Bass Player, Songwriter and Producer
Although well known for his work as bassist with Joy Division and New Order, Pete Hook is a keen producer and owns a studio by the name of Swite 16.
Interview | One Two Testing, Nov 1983
Paul Young's Royal Family
Guitarist Steve Bolton and bass player Pino Palladino explain the importance of being a Swedish Chef.
Interview | International Musician, Feb 1985
Why does Stan file his fingers? Phil Bashe get the facts from The Man behind Slap'n' Pop...
Interview | Recording Musician, May 1993
Recording 'If I Ever Lose My Faith In You'
Throw a bunch of talented musicians and a world-class producer into a 16th century mansion, add some juicy gear, shake 'em about and what do you get? Ten Summoner's Tales, if you're lucky.
Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Aug 1985
Arrested whilst gigging with a bunch of jazz musicians in Paris, Sting talks to Paul Tingen about his new album, the inadequacies of high technology, and the future of The Police.
Interview | Making Music, Jun 1986
Uncle Tom gives studio advice, from a Portastudio to a great big 24-track.
Interview | Sound On Sound, Jan 1993