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George Duke Trio "It's On" Live at Java Jazz Festival 2010

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George Duke Trio performs "It's On" live at Java Jazz Festival 2010 - March 6th, C1 Hall JiExpo Kemayoran, Jakarta - Indonesia

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  • Dave
    Dave 2 (na) taon ang nakalipas If you've ever heard the term "deep pocket" and wondered what it meant, this is it. You'd need a ladder to get out of this pocket.
  • Steven Tracy
    Steven Tracy 1 linggo ang nakalipas @Ash Clerc He's talking about pocket drumming
  • Bikki Johnson
    Bikki Johnson 2 (na) linggo ang nakalipas Buwahahaha!!!
  • Stephanie Sealy
    Stephanie Sealy 4 (na) linggo ang nakalipas I have just started earning bass, but have listened to blues for 45 yrs. I was trying to explain to my son about the intricacies of how this particular performance was played and why I felt it was so good. I couldn't explain well enough. I then read your explanation and showed him. He then understood. Thank you for the comprehensive explanation. Yes it was wordy, but necessarily so.
  • pipinfool
    pipinfool 1 buwan ang nakalipas :)
  • Paulom Barba1
    Paulom Barba1 1 buwan ang nakalipas @Steve Carter as Joao Gilberto play in' "Desafinado", Tom Jobim creation. They play in hell,“el infierno está encantador esta noche". "Deep Pocket".
  • Paulom Barba1
    Paulom Barba1 1 buwan ang nakalipas @Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboygracias totales !!! * Your Words ser education, the way they everybody needs, not the "educación" that Pink Floyd 's song fron the wall. (We don '$ need education, "all we need is love" such as "Deep Pocket".
  • Paulom Barba1
    Paulom Barba1 1 buwan ang nakalipas Yes, it's a fact. "Deep Pocket". (Gracias por el aprendizaje) "Deeper Under ground", i'm in heaven as a "consecuencia" of this song. In my "deep Pocket" i could use a "ladder", but tonight i feel in "Stairway to heaven". ("El infierno está encantador, esta noche"). ✌️
  • Izan Falcón Armas
    Izan Falcón Armas 1 buwan ang nakalipas @Ash Clerc could you remember it? Because the comment is no more found ;(((
  • jeewoo7195
    jeewoo7195 2 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Pocket so deep it makes deaf people clap on the downbeat
  • Non descript
    Non descript 3 (na) buwan ang nakalipas @Patrick Naera by by h eba ib vv yya vby vvc io ak ei ag ba wii loalk wo wo wo ££ddda AUd kkk di wk hhh aw peepee no odoao do 90210ed i
  • Andrew Belgard
    Andrew Belgard 3 (na) buwan ang nakalipas @Ash Clerc 😂
  • Lyupi Pen
    Lyupi Pen 3 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Thank you very much for this exeptional explanation. @Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy
  • Andrew James
    Andrew James 4 (na) buwan ang nakalipas ​@Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy In practical terms for non-musicians, it means laying off the beat. Rockers tend to play on top of or just ahead of the beat, which is why in a live setting, straight ahead rock songs tend to speed up. Funky, bluesy playing means to lay off the beat, to play just behind it. That's what makes your hips want to move. They're anticipating the beat hitting, but then it doesn't hit until a split second later. So the beat is elongated , or "fatter", which is also where the term "phat" came from. That's the "pocket". that sweet spot between the actual beat and what feels groovy but still in time. "Deep pocket" is one step behind that. Rockers often do play in the pocket - Stones and Zep to name pretty two well known bands. But not so much in the deep pocket.
  • homard62
    homard62 4 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Straight up climbing rig that groove is more of a canyon. Who is the freak on bass? 5 string maple fretless...
  • shawn naughton
    shawn naughton 4 (na) buwan ang nakalipas @Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy so eloquently stated..amen
  • Yohanes Pangaribuan
    Yohanes Pangaribuan 4 (na) buwan ang nakalipas oh man... you are so right!
  • Salim N.
    Salim N. 4 (na) buwan ang nakalipas I'm still in the pocket btw someone help
  • Improvised Techniques
    Improvised Techniques 4 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy I want to lock myself in a room with you and talk about music for hours
  • Patrick Naera
    Patrick Naera 5 (na) buwan ang nakalipas @Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy bahahaha fair enough.
  • Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy
    Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy 5 (na) buwan ang nakalipas (na-edit) Now that Ive read the snooker/billiards theory, I'm not so sure about my pocket full of swinging coins theory. I just made all that shit up anyway one 4 espresso night at 4 am. woooooo!!!! :)@Alvin Williams
  • Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy
    Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy 5 (na) buwan ang nakalipas (na-edit) "deep pockets" as in right and left, and probably back and inside your very expensive finely tailored suit jacket. (note the plural. "S" It could never be confused with the singular, musical term "deep pocket" "That's a deep pocket happening". is possible, but probably NEVER: "oh there were a LOT of really deep pockets happening tonight)  Deep pockets (alway plural) simply means you have money. lotsa lotsa money.  Mad Oprah money. Big GM Mercedes Mitsubishi money. Old Rockefeller Dupont Siemens Kellogs money. New booshie elite money. Basketball player with shoe sponsors money. Michael Jordan money. Just a hell of a lot of money, cash on hand. Not "on paper" wealth. Cash. Stacks of 10s and 20s and 50s  Piles of well used ones and Crisp new fivers. Buckets of gleaming pounds silver and Krugerrand gold. Certificates of deposit. Black, Platinum lettered, diamond studded American Express cards with no limit. Loads and loads of the filthy lucre, in hand, close by, in your DEEP pockets. (plural. never "he has A deep pocket") Yes, the term is used in legal and investment circles but universally for wealth. IF you have deep pockets you can sit on a piece of investment property a long time and wait for it to gain value. You can keep hiring lawyers, using stalling tactics hoping your opposition in court will run out of legal fees money and fold and you win, because they didnt get the 50 million they might have if they'd have been able to stick it out, if they also had deep pockets. That s how big corporations always "win" in the end.  Or lose, as you said, by being a target for genuine or frivolous lawsuits by victims or opportunists. It just means you have deep pockets with lots of room for lotsa cash .@drewper73
  • Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy
    Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy 5 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Yeah, today it's all about the clothes and the blah blah, innit, mate?@Fareed Bukhari
  • Patrick Naera
    Patrick Naera 5 (na) buwan ang nakalipas @Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy Just a fucken error is all it is.
  • Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy
    Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy 5 (na) buwan ang nakalipas (na-edit) No fucking clue what you wrote there matey. Try English. It'll improve your career prospects much more than using whatever the fuck language that was.@Patrick Naera​
  • Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy
    Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy 5 (na) buwan ang nakalipas that is the correct spelling, sir.  Swang on.@Alvin Williams
  • Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy
    Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy 5 (na) buwan ang nakalipas (na-edit) @Tony C Yeah, every time I get a notice and reread my comment, I think the same thing. Lotsa words for describing just playing it right, so that the rhythms combined make a nice pocket. But, I sensed they wanted a little more so i gave it them.
  • Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy
    Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy 5 (na) buwan ang nakalipas (na-edit) Could very well be a billiards or snooker metaphor . I was just taking my best stab at it. "in the pocket". logical!!@Steve Carter
  • Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy
    Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy 5 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Very pleased you enjoyed it and approve! "perfect"!.. thanks.@Nisi Peace
  • Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy
    Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy 5 (na) buwan ang nakalipas (na-edit) wow. i usually get "save me the wordy blah blah Pops" or something to that effect. 47 smiley faces- @Christopher Beckles
  • Alexei Kalinkin
    Alexei Kalinkin 5 (na) buwan ang nakalipas @Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy Great, and, complite explanation, sir. : ]
  • trumbaron
    trumbaron 5 (na) buwan ang nakalipas It's right in the pocket, except for the drum solo part.
  • Fareed Bukhari
    Fareed Bukhari 5 (na) buwan ang nakalipas @Tony C playing means nothing, unfortunately
  • Dean Dragonetti
    Dean Dragonetti 5 (na) buwan ang nakalipas This bands go more moves than Exlax...ladder? You'd need a jet pack to get out of that groove. God what a band!
  • drewper73
    drewper73 5 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Ash Clerc Actually, now that I think about it “deep pocket” is usually associated with litigation. For example, someone is more likely to sue a corporation or a person if they have “deep pockets”. When it comes to music, I’ve mainly heard people say “in the pocket” but I suppose that if it’s really “in the pocket” then you could say that it’s a “deep pocket”. I hope our comments have helped.
  • 1DavidStarr1
    1DavidStarr1 5 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Deep pocket is a term often applied to Jazz musical performances. Music that makes one want to move or dance, and groove. .
  • drewper73
    drewper73 6 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Ash Clerc Sometimes it’s hard to explain what people mean by “deep pocket” or “in the pocket”. One thing is for sure though, you know it when you hear it. It’s a deep groove. Like someone else said, it’s the placement of the notes. When I think of “pocket” in musical terms I think of a laidback groove and playing just behind the beat, but having solid time. Steve Gadd, Jeff Porcaro, and Steve Jordan are just three drummers who come to mind when I think about the “pocket”.
  • Oscar Ong
    Oscar Ong 6 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Who is the bassist name
  • Patrick Naera
    Patrick Naera 6 (na) buwan ang nakalipas @Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy by by h gnu v by y y by bbc hbhhy uhu by v guy guy you H buy 8 G H bby TV v buggy by hhhhhyhhhhh
  • Malapropify
    Malapropify 6 (na) buwan ang nakalipas It's one of those that makes you look very concentrated while you listen to the song.
  • Alvin Williams
    Alvin Williams 7 (na) buwan ang nakalipas @Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy AWESOME EXPLANATION! I now understand! specially with the swangin (purposely spelled) coins
  • Brent Ward
    Brent Ward 7 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Yeah -- it's where the musicians are all playing at the same tempo, exactly. There is no speeding up, no slowing down, everyone is in perfect sync with each other, even though playing different parts. It greats this almost surreal feeling to musicians (until it becomes commonplace) and makes the music sound really good. In this case, this is a rather simple song, but it's appeal is increased by how much the musicians are clearly enjoying themselves. I think they must enjoy each others' company off stage, potentially. Been there, seen that.
  • Callum O'Meagher
    Callum O'Meagher 7 (na) buwan ang nakalipas the version of this with Vinnie Colauita, Marcus Miller and Lee Ritenour is even deeper my friend, definitely need to check it out
  • G L Lawton
    G L Lawton 7 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Pretty hip!
  • Simon Loveland
    Simon Loveland 7 (na) buwan ang nakalipas It's so good, I don't think I'll bother with the ladder...
  • Christopher Beckles
    Christopher Beckles 7 (na) buwan ang nakalipas @Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy A beautifully written and laid out explanation to what can essentially be a never ending talking point. It was a pleasure to read and the most comprehensive and heartfelt exposition I have ever heard on the subject. Thank you.
  • Peter Godsil
    Peter Godsil 7 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Yeah, you're just one of the guys he mentions above, my instinct tells me that you are a multi-instrumentalist as well?
  • Andy Kashu
    Andy Kashu 7 (na) buwan ang nakalipas +tgirard123 If less was already so much more, imagine how much more was more. ;)
  • Nisi Peace
    Nisi Peace 7 (na) buwan ang nakalipas @Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy Wow! Powerful break-down, Kleine. Perfect.✌
  • Gary Courtland-Miles
    Gary Courtland-Miles 7 (na) buwan ang nakalipas absolutely!
  • Eric Rohrbaugh
    Eric Rohrbaugh 7 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Nicely stated! Wunderbar! Ha haa . . . . . . . Yes!
  • Patricia Masuda
    Patricia Masuda 7 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Ah, well put!
  • Frances Schaefer
    Frances Schaefer 7 (na) buwan ang nakalipas YES!!!!!
  • Jasper Hendrix
    Jasper Hendrix 8 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Amen! ;) @Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy
  • rian Derlagen
    rian Derlagen 8 (na) buwan ang nakalipas @Tony C yes you used only 3 words ! right
  • tgirard123
    tgirard123 8 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Less is so very much more....
  • Steve Carter
    Steve Carter 8 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Lol. I always assumed it's in the pocket like in billiards or pool or snooker. A lot of players play in time, but it kinda misses a bit and goes in off the cushion. You can't call them out of time, but they're, well, not cock-on, in the pocket.
  • Tony C
    Tony C 8 (na) buwan ang nakalipas @Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy That's a lot of words for "playing in rhythm".
  • Oldskool Funk
    Oldskool Funk 8 (na) buwan ang nakalipas @Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy Bro...I started out playing rythm guitar in R&B, Soul, and funk bands back in the mid 70's and I clearly know what it means to be in the pocket...but I have never seen anyone paint an unabridged verbal picture of it as you have done here. Great stuff Maestro. I'll be sure to read your theory book when it comes out. Your ability to describe this come somewhat subjective and elusive concept, 😕 has my head pleasantly spinning...
  • Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy
    Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy 8 (na) buwan ang nakalipas @Gavin Eckler Often I'm accused of being wordy and pedantic, but some concepts you can't spell out with cliches and memes and emoticons. I have given it a lot of thought because i have been stuck on pick up gigs with "guys that couldn't groove their way out of a wet paper bag if their lives depended on it". Nothing worse. And nothing better than being locked in, playing effortlessly, riding a smooth, solid groove. thanks. Cheers. (smiling) Here's somebody that obviously gave it more thought than i did L;DR Leaving few details out, I'd define it as multiple overlapping swings with beat/accents that all instruments lock into (rhythm-responsible instruments should keep sync most frequently & accurately). The overall feel can be varied by offsetting each instruments timing (playing bit ahead the 'beat/accent' or behind). In improvisation if other players perceive a feel change and then change what they do it can cause a chaos as everyone adjusts what they do - perhaps one player changed feel for syncopation-like effect - if everyone in band changes in response the desired effect falls apart. Some coordination/agreement/leading is thus needed for improvisation if one likes doing such tricks. Found this recent book because it referred a paper where academics clearly had recognized one part of the "pocket". (it's not just "band playing in sync". You can get things play in sync in a computer sequencer and it won't be the pocket that people in know talk about - in my dictionary pocket is something that gets atleast some people (*NFP is probably "dancer personality") moving to the music. Otherwise you could say all electronic music is "in the pocket" - I used to do electronic music and to get the pocket I had to find optimal tempo and adjust swings and shuffles for drums first and then play to those) http://www.amazon.com/Expressiveness-music-performance-Empirical-approaches/dp/0199659648 This is the paper. http://www.speech.kth.se/prod/publications/files/822.pdf It focuses on adjustment that musically talented players do to their swing in relation to large changes in tempo. One explanation for this is that as the tempo changes enough, the time slice in which invidual note timing swings (shifts around a midpoint) changes in length. Instruments (ADSR) envelope may not be easily changeable (without effects rack) causing the need to adjust your playing so the feel of the swing remains noticeable. The drums (how long their sound sustains) or whatever rhythm instrument that is most in focus determines the optimal tempo through the notes envelope and overlap. Faster tempo requires reducing sustain/release time, faster attacks in order to avoid the sounds getting so overlapped that the feel is lost. Swing (this is what creates the "feel" or urge to dance, the "pocket" is when all players are able to play around the swing - all feeling the swing) : Study of some computer-tracked songs that clearly groove highlighted that the song under study didn't actually have an instrument based swing parameter. Instead the composer was rapidly alternating entire project between two tempos. After lot of listening I conclude that the most skilled compositions may actually have multiple simultaneous swings of different frequency. Swing opportunities: 1) "dialogue" - compose the track in a manner where a variation of same theme is played twice with some modifications (vary the arpeggio, instrument etc) - in particular, tempo. So part of the song is in a different tempo. Typical in classical music. This won't create a pocket, just a "dialogue" between instruments. Perhaps one part/instrument is upbeat and then followed by another more slower and melancholic feel. 2) traditional easy to play swing: When you have your optimal tempo figured out, don't play at that tempo but actually play at say -2% and +2% BPM around it, smoothly alternating the tempo between each half interval (8 beats). 3) dance music swing: have the notes swing also (achieved eg. by the rapid tempo variation explained or instrument specific swing parameter)
  • Gavin Eckler
    Gavin Eckler 9 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy This is the most well thought out and solid explanation of this concept that I have ever heard.
  • Ash Clerc
    Ash Clerc 1 taon ang nakalipas Kleinequietboy Kleinequietboy thanks a lot, i'll remember it!
  • Ash Clerc
    Ash Clerc 1 taon ang nakalipas I don't get what "deep pocket" is, can anyone explain?
  • Tux Penguin
    Tux Penguin 2 (na) taon ang nakalipas I couldn't have said it BETTER my brother :-)
  • Dihelson Mendonca
    Dihelson Mendonca 4 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Bassist is Christian McBride. Drummer is Ronald Bruner Jr.
  • Gangsta kittie
    Gangsta kittie 2 (na) araw ang nakalipas @Pablo Salcedo fretless 5 string bass
  • Pablo Salcedo
    Pablo Salcedo 2 (na) araw ang nakalipas do you know which bass is he playing?
  • Gangsta kittie
    Gangsta kittie 2 (na) linggo ang nakalipas Love christian
  • Christ Hovhannisyan
    Christ Hovhannisyan 3 (na) linggo ang nakalipas Thank You!!!!!!!
  • akil unni
    akil unni 1 buwan ang nakalipas What snare is he using!! Anyone?
  • ERIC MARCHAUDON
    ERIC MARCHAUDON 1 buwan ang nakalipas @MrMcCoGo Ronald bruner jr, mentioned
  • MrMcCoGo
    MrMcCoGo 2 (na) buwan ang nakalipas No one mentioning Thundercats brother
  • dallen3000
    dallen3000 2 (na) buwan ang nakalipas what the shit even is this line up?
  • pipinfool
    pipinfool 3 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Again, thanks for putting names to such an awesome trio.
  • jérémie MAXIT
    jérémie MAXIT 3 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Thanks for musician's name !
  • Marc Hlavac
    Marc Hlavac 4 (na) buwan ang nakalipas If you want more god vibe through your ear holes to your third eye: YouTube Pat metheny Antonio Sanchez Christian mcbride
  • Hiraku Inenaga
    Hiraku Inenaga 4 (na) buwan ang nakalipas thank you♪
  • Acid God
    Acid God 4 (na) buwan ang nakalipas @Des Morga 4:30 Peep that double basse next to him
  • Des Morga
    Des Morga 4 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Oh shiiiiiiiiit I did not realise it’s Mc-fucking-bride
  • Ivan Keltor
    Ivan Keltor 4 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Thanks.
  • George Penchev
    George Penchev 4 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Exactly what I needed :D
  • sm0k3gr33n
    sm0k3gr33n 4 (na) buwan ang nakalipas THANK YOU
  • Augusta Verbian
    Augusta Verbian 4 (na) buwan ang nakalipas they're not even playing, they talking by instruments...
  • Lorenzo Wilcots
    Lorenzo Wilcots 5 (na) araw ang nakalipas I felt every piece of what them instruments was saying too
  • Zach Martin
    Zach Martin 1 linggo ang nakalipas So much soul in this performance.
  • Nakano Lemon
    Nakano Lemon 2 (na) linggo ang nakalipas Augusta Verbian I see a mio
  • Shamy R
    Shamy R 2 (na) linggo ang nakalipas Well the drummer is speaking quickly
  • Nick Alexopoulos
    Nick Alexopoulos 1 buwan ang nakalipas That's what playing really IS...
  • One World
    One World 3 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Augusta Verbian - excellently said....... and if accurate in no other way, it's one of THE most essential things that locks the band together and captivates the audience, whether they realize this force is happening...... when players listen to each other and play to each other. Contrast that with bands that can play songs with some sophisticated parts but only by knowing their own parts. Not at all to say it's about talent; start and end at the same time is essential, but like here, George's dynamics are responses to Christian's bass hits, CHristian's locked onto that amazing drummer's pocket...... the ability for players to communicate among themselves during a song is pretty much the pinnacle :) NOTHING like dynamics to cause big energy surges in a song. I played in a really great high energy band but couldn't grasp the full-on every beat downhill train without brakes. My band, a 6-piece, played a jazz room that snugly holds 30. We played the Santana medleys, Allman Brothers, Stevie Wonder, Thelonius Monk, Horace Silver, Pink Floyd, Chuck Brown/Eva Cassidy, Steppenwolf, etc. The owner was floored, the audience astounded they could sit and talk with a band taking up about 20% of the space...... dynamics! This included a former Santana member and his full LP rig..... maybe left out the tumba :) We were paid by an owner that doesn't pay bands...... the joke was we were paid to never play there again :) The best gigs of all were all about dynamics. Been loving George Duke's playing since teenhood in the early 70's. Sheila E. played timbales on one of his albums at I think age 17.....scorchin' solo on "We Give Our Love".
  • hahabass
    hahabass 4 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Ha.
  • Andrew Justus
    Andrew Justus 6 (na) buwan ang nakalipas One of the best things YouTube's algorithm ever brought into my life.
  • Kim Arne Nårstad
    Kim Arne Nårstad 3 (na) buwan ang nakalipas I found Weather Report the same way.
  • Main Admin
    Main Admin 5 (na) buwan ang nakalipas 1/1024
  • Axel Bjelvenius
    Axel Bjelvenius 6 (na) buwan ang nakalipas The facial expressions of these guys are priceless
  • Axel Bjelvenius
    Axel Bjelvenius 3 (na) buwan ang nakalipas @steam steam 1:53
  • steam steam
    steam steam 3 (na) buwan ang nakalipas 7:12
  • dimetrodon
    dimetrodon 4 (na) taon ang nakalipas I came here for some quick research into who george duke is. still here 3 days later.
  • Nick Alexopoulos
    Nick Alexopoulos 1 buwan ang nakalipas Same here! Check out Earl of Duke, it's a jam when he played with Zappa. So electric
  • billytheweasel
    billytheweasel 2 (na) buwan ang nakalipas yeah
  • avman2cl
    avman2cl 2 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Yeah man
  • Krešimir Paun
    Krešimir Paun 2 (na) buwan ang nakalipas here
  • Giorgi Ostatishvili
    Giorgi Ostatishvili 2 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Listen to the album called Spectrum By Billy Cobham and you’ll see more of his brilliance
  • blond339
    blond339 3 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Or did someone build a place To leave a space For such a thing to land?.. park it park it
  • G Mizz
    G Mizz 4 (na) buwan ang nakalipas dimetrodon facts
  • Improvised Techniques
    Improvised Techniques 4 (na) buwan ang nakalipas It’s an extensive research project I’m sure
  • Vol deMort
    Vol deMort 5 (na) buwan ang nakalipas This was 3 years ago... I wonder. You still here? 😂
  • Nik L
    Nik L 5 (na) buwan ang nakalipas LOL dimetrodon
  • George Gee Sr
    George Gee Sr 5 (na) buwan ang nakalipas So you know who Almustafa is??
  • philip angel
    philip angel 6 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Check that! I meant “Live in Tokyo ‘83
  • philip angel
    philip angel 6 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Came here a year ago and guess what? Check out the Live in Tokyo concert ‘81 on Youtube 💪🏽
  • poweredbyplants
    poweredbyplants 6 (na) buwan ang nakalipas same here
  • Craig Nevermind
    Craig Nevermind 6 (na) buwan ang nakalipas dimetrodon respect
  • Frances Schaefer
    Frances Schaefer 7 (na) buwan ang nakalipas yes, indeed...
  • Pradhee Sandeepana
    Pradhee Sandeepana 8 (na) buwan ang nakalipas dimetrodon dude fuck me too i was like who tf is this guy and I’m here in my bathroom dancing at 3 am
  • Victoria Brown
    Victoria Brown 8 (na) buwan ang nakalipas And if you ever got to see him in concert...you’d feel like you’d left the planet. Phenom...
  • Victoria Brown
    Victoria Brown 8 (na) buwan ang nakalipas One of the best comments ever...
  • RimenX
    RimenX 8 (na) buwan ang nakalipas same
  • fibbo obbif
    fibbo obbif 8 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Here forever. George Duke is my musical home.
  • Emanual0607
    Emanual0607 8 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Love it!!!!!!!
  • James Cox
    James Cox 9 (na) buwan ang nakalipas And you still be there thirty year later...
  • Mirde
    Mirde 9 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Still here 3 years later! :D
  • ko ka
    ko ka 1 taon ang nakalipas Zappa
  • ko ka
    ko ka 1 taon ang nakalipas Check out his Zapps stuff
  • beentold
    beentold 1 taon ang nakalipas Same here dimetrodon! )))
  • Rens Haan
    Rens Haan 1 taon ang nakalipas dimetrodon still here?😁😁
  • Marc Blum
    Marc Blum 2 (na) buwan ang nakalipas (na-edit) "I always have two keyboarders in the band, because nobody serves the broad stylistic range I need, EXCEPT George Duke." (Frank Zappa)
  • Giorgi Sharabidze
    Giorgi Sharabidze 2 (na) buwan ang nakalipas 👍
  • MusicTeacherMcGorry
    MusicTeacherMcGorry 6 (na) buwan ang nakalipas The drummer is Thundercat’s older brother!
  • ARGHON ARGHON
    ARGHON ARGHON 1 buwan ang nakalipas rly????????????????
  • HerrDexter
    HerrDexter 1 buwan ang nakalipas yes, and he's fuc**ng his drum kit well...
  • Bert z ulicy sezamkowej
    Bert z ulicy sezamkowej 2 (na) buwan ang nakalipas No......Thundercat's is Ronald Bruner Jr brother xDDD
  • Eloim Essaim
    Eloim Essaim 3 (na) buwan ang nakalipas drummer: I will cue you~
  • Veronica Lee
    Veronica Lee 4 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Younger brother.
  • rodrigo Feliu
    rodrigo Feliu 6 (na) buwan ang nakalipas (na-edit) Nothing says jazz so eloquently than those "conversations" between instruments. It's what makes every piece unique, wether it's a jazz standard you've heard a million times, like Autumn leaves or All too soon, or a brand new one. That symbiotic connection among the musicians makes it feel brand new. Every. Single. Time. And that's why I love jazz. PS, this is SO in the pocket it hurts!
  • Valter Queiroz
    Valter Queiroz 1 linggo ang nakalipas Yup. It's a magic character. And although this a fusion, you can still perceive Jazz.
  • Kaya Chopra
    Kaya Chopra 1 linggo ang nakalipas Oh boy the drummer was waiting for his turn so bad
  • jarczan
    jarczan 2 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Maple fretboard on a fretless bass is fckn ULTIMATE BASS PLAYER level ;)
  • 20DoseOver
    20DoseOver 1 linggo ang nakalipas 4:58 -lay down your arms and put your hands where i can see them...
  • WilsonRmusic
    WilsonRmusic 6 (na) buwan ang nakalipas these guys are having a good time.
  • Alexandr Shumskiy
    Alexandr Shumskiy 1 buwan ang nakalipas Отдыхаю. Я на арфе не изгибнуся так.
  • Paulom Barba1
    Paulom Barba1 1 buwan ang nakalipas I do not know. Are you sure? The only thing i am sure and it's a fact, i am having a good time.
  • softiesida
    softiesida 6 (na) buwan ang nakalipas 1:55 That slide and laugh made my day
  • Ismael  Gonzalez
    Ismael Gonzalez 5 (na) buwan ang nakalipas 1:58 I think cool thou
  • Ra Tatum
    Ra Tatum 6 (na) buwan ang nakalipas i think he laughed because he played the lick
  • Dave
    Dave 2 (na) araw ang nakalipas They‘re vibing so hard damn..
  • ytubepuppy
    ytubepuppy 3 (na) buwan ang nakalipas I played drums for years and don't know squat about guitars, but this bass player lives in a different universe.
  • Gangsta kittie
    Gangsta kittie 2 (na) linggo ang nakalipas Christian mcbride is nuts dude
  • Frank Hendrikx
    Frank Hendrikx 2 (na) buwan ang nakalipas he's good but Nathan East to
  • Delereyus
    Delereyus 6 (na) buwan ang nakalipas :O I didn't know Suge Knight was a master bass player
  • Maxence Carlier
    Maxence Carlier 3 (na) buwan ang nakalipas the bassist without fret... hes just awesome..
  • Samuel Florrin
    Samuel Florrin 3 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Yes. Fretless
  • Tapestree
    Tapestree 2 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Day 30: I need help. I can't stop watching this.
  • Paulom Barba1
    Paulom Barba1 1 buwan ang nakalipas We are more than two
  • Mr. Peacock
    Mr. Peacock 2 (na) buwan ang nakalipas Who needs drugs when you got George Duke! spine tingling