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Jeff Berlin is a legend of the electric bass. Simply put, he is considered by many to be the finest electric bass player in the world. Surprisingly, he is a pioneer of slap bass when he brought this new percussive-style bass playing in 1979 to the second Bill Bruford album, "One of a Kind", on the tune called 5G. Jeff also pioneered two handed tapping when he performed this style on Motherlode from his 1985 release of his first solo album called "Champion". When these styles began to catch on with other bass players, Jeff stopped playing these styles.

Jeff is known as a major innovator through his incisive playing through recordings and performances for the last thirty years.  Jaco Pastorius regarded Jeff as a better soloist than he was. Geddy Lee referred to Jeff as the "greatest bass player on the planet". Marcus Miller told people that he wanted to be the "Black Jeff Berlin".

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Bass Legend Jeff Berlin To Release 30th Anniversary Edition 12-inch Vinyl Joe Frazier - Round 3 Feat. Steve Vai & David Sancious

Bass Legend Jeff Berlin To Release 30th Anniversary Edition 12-inch Vinyl Joe Frazier - Round 3 Feat. Steve Vai & David Sancious

Legendary bassist Jeff Berlin will be releasing on May 11th a 30th Anniversary Edition 12-inch vinyl of his signature song “Joe Frazier.” The EP “Joe Frazier- Round 3" will include a newly remastered version of the original song from his critically acclaimed 1987 album Pump It! and a completely re-imagined version, composed and performed by Jeff, ...


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