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Mark Egan Interview – “About Now” Album, Tour, and More – Part 1

Mark Egan Interview – “About Now” Album, Tour, and More – Part 1

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Mark Egan Interview – About Now Album, Tour, and More – Part 1 Article by Eric Larson, © Copyright 2014 FretlessBass.com I recently interviewed Mark Egan, focusing on his latest solo album About Now, and also covering some new projects that he is working on. This particular project was released in the spring of 2014,… Continue Reading

John Taylor Book “In the Pleasure Groove: Love, Death, and Duran Duran”

John Taylor Book “In the Pleasure Groove: Love, Death, and Duran Duran”

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John Taylor Book: In the Pleasure Groove: Love, Death, and Duran Duran Article by Eric Larson, © Copyright 2014 FretlessBass.com         Sitting at an airport bar in Kansas City, MO, I hear the faint sounds of a Duran Duran song come on the radio. It happens to be from the one Duran… Continue Reading

Bob Daisley Book “For Facts Sake” – Updated Recommendation!

Bob Daisley Book “For Facts Sake” – Updated Recommendation!

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    Updated Recommendation! We are proud to recommend the autobiography by Bob Daisley entitled “For Facts Sake”. This book is 325 pages long with over 480 photos, many of which were taken by Bob himself over his 45+ year career in the music business. It contains the whole story of his life as a… Continue Reading

Michael Manring – On Recording With Michael Hedges Aerial Boundaries

Michael Manring – On Recording With Michael Hedges Aerial Boundaries

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Michael Manring – On Recording with Michael Hedges on his album Aerial Boundaries I’ve been lucky in my career to have been asked to play on lots of recordings — over 200 at last count. One of the ones I get asked about the most is Michael Hedges’ Aerial Boundaries. Michael was one of those… Continue Reading