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Dell AX210CR Black USB Speakers - Kit
Dell AX210CR Black USB Speakers - Kit
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Price: £17.00

5.0 out of 5 stars happy, 12 Nov. 2014
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Received on time and as described. Very reasonable price for decent speakers, happy


Samsung Galaxy S3 III Mini GT I89190 Battery EB-F1M7FLU
Samsung Galaxy S3 III Mini GT I89190 Battery EB-F1M7FLU

5.0 out of 5 stars happy, 10 Nov. 2014
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5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful jazz fusion funk from one of the masters, 29 Sept. 2014
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The Latest Stanley Clarke album is very much to my liking. In-keeping with the feel of previous albums "The Stanley Clarke Band" and "The Toys Of Men" except with a loose, more funk oriented style rather than solid jazz-fusion. The drum duties have been giving to the very talented Stuart Copeland which are a highlight and worthy second to Clarke's outstanding electric and up-right playing. Bass players (Like me :) will love this album but also fans of modern jazz/fusion and funk should also take note.


Show of Hands 15
Show of Hands 15
Price: £7.99

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5.0 out of 5 stars debut solo from bassman wooten, 29 May 2013
This review is from: Show of Hands 15 (MP3 Download)
Now the thing I've always found with mr wooten is that although his technical ability and speed coupled with his expressive style are second to none, his compositions are cheesy and the vocal parts cringy indeed. On his debut however there is little to no accompaniment and the songs themselves are more a flexing bass workout. I'm sure this album will appeal greatly to bass players, but casual listeners might find it hard to enjoy. I play bass and find this album to be amazing, the melding of styles from classical through jazz funk and everything in between lovely. Also see SMV album thunder for pure bass enjoyment x


Tutu Revisited (feat. Christian Scott) [Live]
Tutu Revisited (feat. Christian Scott) [Live]
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5.0 out of 5 stars fresh groove goodness, 14 May 2013
Marcus miller is in mho an artist that is not only technically excellent but possesses awesome compositional skills. Learned from equall parts miles davis and Luther vandross, with whom he's worked with extensively. This reworked version of the davis/miller album is groovey and clean with signature miller bass throughout. Also show casing Christian scott and alex han on trumpet and saxophone respectively. Awesome live album for fans of not only bass playing but jazz with a better groove x


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