Some articles on bass, section, bass section:
... with Page in the Yardbirds, who initially joined as bass player in June of that year ... featured Rod Stewart on vocals, Ronnie Wood on bass, Nicky Hopkins on piano and, after a series of drummers, eventually Micky Waller in early 1967 ... In September 1969, he teamed with the rhythm section of Vanilla Fudge bassist Tim Bogert and drummer Carmine Appice (when they were in England to resolve contractual ...
... The bass section (also referred to as a mid section) usually consists of a section of tenor drummers and a bass drummer ... In this respect, the bass section allows the drum corps to delegate their timekeeping responsibilities and allows more freedom in the drum scores ... Generally, the bass drum provides a steady pulse, playing on the downbeat and on the strong beats of the bar, and the tenors support that pulse, often adding supporting ...
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