Legendary Los Angeles studio session musician Carol Kaye plays bass guitar in this video still taken from an interview posted by the Snapshots Foundation in ...
We produced this nice little interview with the amazing CAROL KAYE, legendary session musicuan who played .
Wouldn't It Be Nice - Caitlin Gray (Bassist), Beach Boys (Carol Kaye Bassline)
Tommy Tedesco and Carol Kaye, session musicians in the "Wrecking Crew."
Carol Kaye on Improvising Arrangements on Songs
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"Good Vibrations" Carol Kaye Bassline, clip from Caitlin Gray on bass
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Carol Kaye (aka The First Lady of Rock Guitar and Bass)
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Carol Kaye in-studio, 1969
Les Paul with Carol Kaye: Live at The Iridium
"Music is a feeling, and should be from your innermost feelings, getting down to your gut-feeling, what you were born with is a righteous quest that every ...
Carl Wiser (Songfacts): Ms. Kaye, when you were in a session and about to play, did you like to know about the lyrics and the meaning of the song before you ...
Brian Wilson & Carol Kaye : Good Vibrations
Bassist Carol Kaye in the studio, 1974 Carol Kaye was part of “The Wrecking
Music, Jazz, Electric Bass, Bass, Guitar, Jazz Guitar, Bass Guitar. Click here to view excerpts from the Carol Kaye ...
In 1963 when a Fender bassist didn't show up for a record date at Capitol Records, she picked up the Fender bass (as it was called then) and augmented her ...
1958 or '59 Rehearsal at Union with HB Barnum.001
Jo Bench, Meshell Ndegeocello, Sean Yseult, Carol Kaye
... Girls," "Surfin' USA" (guitar only on this track) as well as most of the "Pet Sounds" LP and on the now legendary "Smile" sessions.
Carol Kaye was the bass player on a lot of songs you've heard, even if you don't know her name. She was part of a group of about 25 or 30 studio ...
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Video: How to Sound Like Carol Kaye
Playing a Fender bass gave Kaye the ability to invent and play her own lines, and by 1964 she became the number one bassist for session work.
Brian Wilson and Carol Kaye: Good Vibrations
Carol Kaye and her "white" bass at the 1971 Trade Show for Fender Photo
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Jazz French Horn Combo with Carol Kaye, 1958
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Carol Kaye in the mid-seventies
Studio legend Carol Kaye gives Gene Simmons a lesson on bass
Glen Campbell Remembered by His Wrecking Crew Bandmate Carol Kaye
Carol Kaye, Victor Wooten and Steve Bailey Jam at NAMM
"Good Vibrations" Carol Kaye Bassline, clip from Caitlin Gray on bass. "
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From left, Mitch Holder, Kaye, and John Pisano dig into the groove in
1973 photo in studio, 70's hair-do, touch-up by Jack Morris While Carol's ...
Playing with good time was the No. 1 priority with 1950s Jazz musicians, and then 1970s it was "show-off" in all music styles, that's a negative.... it's ...
Carol Kaye with Brian Wilson in a studio session
... and could create great framework hit lines for the records, as well as sightread the best for the important movie and TV recording work. Carol Kaye ...
Carol: Yeah, well, it felt like another thing that was going to be a hit, but to walk in the booth and there's a ton of people in the booth and there's ...
Legendary studio musician Carol Kaye gives Gene Simmons an impromptu lesson on bass at Sunset Sound studios in Hollywood.
Carol Kaye at Berklee College, Boston 2000 Seminar. Photo: Debbie Hastings
John Guerin Discography: Carol Kaye Talks About The Wrecking Crew Drummers
"You ask the average person what a bass is, or what a bass sounds like, and most of the time, they don't know. But remove the bass from any piece of music ...
C'mon, you knew the Cute One was gonna be on the list somewhere
Carol Kaye Gives Gene Simmons a Bass Lesson
Los Angeles Studio Musicians Chuck Berghofer, Don Randi, Hal Blaine, Carol Kaye
Carol Kaye between bassist Marco Panascia and George Benson
Pitman in his days with the Wrecking Crew, working alongside Carol Kaye. Pitman and Kaye: Denny Tedesco/wreckingcrewfilm.com.
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David Cohen and Carol Kaye, mid-60's Gold Star Studio
Early in her long career, Carol Kaye played on sessions for Sam Cooke, left, and Ritchie Valens. (Associated Press photos)
Oral History with Carol Kaye of the Wrecking Crew (May 2005) - Being a Woman Session Player
American husband and wife pop singers Sonny and Cher in August 1966: they worked with
Carol Kaye - Most Heard But Least Known
Ron Carter, Carol Kaye, Will Lee
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BASS PLAYER: Carol Kaye Interview
I would like to issue a challenge for the future: Let 2016 be the year we terminate the usage of the term “female bassist.” The best thing we can do for ...