Joe Osborn (August 28, 1937 – December 14, 2018) was an American bass guitar player known for his work as a session musician in Los Angeles with the Wrecking Crew and Nashville with the A-Team of studio musicians during the 1960s through the 1980s I've chosen one of my favourite songs with a beautiful bass line of Joe's "Bridge Over Troubled Water".
I met Joe back in the early 90's when I moved to Nashville, such a genuine cat. He told so many stories of the Wrecking Crew days and their antics in LA.
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Here’s a pre-lockdown recorded at Vista Point Studio
with Pianist John Dickson and Drummer Ted Carrasco
"'Round Midnight" a 1944 composition by pianist Thelonious Monk that quickly became a jazz standard and has been recorded by a wide variety of artists. A version recorded by Monk's quintet was added to the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1993. It is the most recorded jazz standard composed by a jazz musician.
SMJC Sunday Standard Vol. XIII
Morning Glory (Ellington/Stewart)
Rob Johnston- Guitar
Eric Rupert- Bass
Ted Carrasco - Drums
SMJC Sunday Standard Vol. X- The Gift (Hargrove)
Terence Collie- Piano
Eric Rupert- Double Bass
Ted Carrasco - Drums
Performing "Just The Two Of Us" at Estudio 21 in Maderia, Portugal on a rooftop recording
The TR5's Latest Video with Lockdown Diva Rusty and The Boys performing "What Do You Want" by Adam Faith.
An Amazing International Trio of Alberto T.C on Guitar, José Pereira on Drums and Me on Bass Playing " ROOM 335" at Estudio 21 in Maderia, Portugal during a rooftop recording
"Slow Down" is a rock and roll song written by Larry Williams and Famously covered by the Beatles. Preformed here by The TR5's
Rusty on Vocals, Lucky on Acoustic Guitar, Richey on Electric Guitar, Chas(me) on Bass and Ted on Drums
"Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams"
Trio featuring John Dickson on piano, Eric Rupert on bass and Ted Carrasco on drums. Recorded at Vista Point Studio in Southampton.
The TR5's video of The Pete Best Four's tune "I'm Gonna Knock on Your Door" singer Rusty, Lucky on Acoustic Guitar , Richey on Electric Guitar and Me (Chas) on Upright Bass
Working with Greg Reiter doing the Chris Issac Classic "Wicked Game"
Fretless Bass on "Why I Cry" an original track from Serena Kern's CD