Elec. Bass Lines No. 4 book, is paired with No. 3 for a complete package in learning more rhythmic statement-answer funky, soul, and pop-rock lines while playing accurately transcribed hit-recording lines Carol recorded in the 1960s-70s on top recordings you'll recognize. These studies prepare you to learn your neck, while learning the necessary creative rhythmic and song-composition bass-line creativeness for the bass player wanting to expand their musicianship. Side benefit is learning to read those common 16th note rhythmic patterns also as well as learning when to shift because sightreading well depends on correct fingering and shifting. The art of sightreading is easy on the Elec. Bass, a skill useful for the rest of your life and the best working gigs require reading -- easy to learn with this book full of fingering indications also. The "Hit Bass Lines" CD re-recorded hit bass lines by Carol Kaye of this book is available at website - it's good for reference.
Some bass hits featured are: Feelin' Alright, Wichita Lineman, Feel So Bad, Understanding, Don't Change On Me - Ray Chas., I Was Made To Love Her - Stevie Wonder, Boots - Nancy Sinatra, You Made Me So Very Happy - Brenda Holloway, Goin' Out of My Head - Lettermen, Good Vibrations etc. You'll get the ultimate fine professional and enjoyment while easily honing your skills for better musicianship with these 2 books combined into one....also..... they're FUN!
PS. Studio Musicians on hits of 1960s were behind-the-scenes in all recording arenas, 100s of Studio Musicians recording each year since 1920s in Hollywood....sometimes known as "the clique" but by no other name.