April 26, 2008 Las Vegas, NV Clark County Amphitheater
These lures will help you catch big bass during the prespawn this Spring. Tim explains how to use each style to cover water and catch big bass.
Baits Shown In This Video…
Lucky Craft LV-500:
River2Sea Biggie Squarebill:
Lucky Craft BDS Squarebill:
Lucky Craft Staysee 90 Jerkbait:
Megabass Vision 110 Jerkbait:
Matt’s Swimbait Head (for the A-rig):
Gan Craft 230 Glidebait:
River2Sea S-Waver 168:
Keitech 4.8 Fat Swing Impact Swimbait:
Owner Flashy Swimmer Hook:
Osprey 6″ Swimbait:
Best Jerkbait Replacement Hooks:
Best Squarebill Replacement Hooks:
The Key to catching big bass in Spring is to cover water and find the aggressive fish. Once aggressive bass are located you can switch between colors and styles of bait to keep the schooling fish active for as long as possible. Switching betwen a squarebill, jerkbait, alabama rig, etc… will keep them biting long after they would have given up on a single bait. Apply these bass fishing tips to your advantage this Spring and you’ll begin catching more bass right away!
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“A Christmas Flourish”, arr. Randol Alan Bass
Performed by Chorus Austin
“On a Winter’s Eve” concert 12-15-19
St Matthew’s Episcopal Church, Austin, TX
Conducted by Ryan Heller
Marjorie Halloran, soprano soloist
The 1965 classic “Rescue Me” is widely regarded as the greatest record Aretha Franklin never made. The song in question was instead cut by singer Fontella Bass, who like Franklin channeled the power and passion of her gospel roots to create some of the finest music of soul’s golden age. Born in St. Louis, Missouri, on July 3, 1940, Bass was the daughter of gospel vocalist Martha Bass, a longtime member of the renowned Clara Ward Singers. Her grandmother Navada Carter was also a professional gospel performer, and it was inevitable that Fontella follow suit, making her church choir debut at age five. Nevertheless, during the mid-’50s she rebelled against tradition, sneaking out of the house to sing secular R&B at local fairs and nightclubs. By 16, Bass was the house pianist at the St. Louis nightspot the Showbar, and in 1961 she joined local blues great Little Milton Campbell, later marrying the band’s trumpeter, fledgling jazz titan Lester Bowie. Bass first earned notice for her vocal on Little Milton’s 1962 hit “So Mean to Me,” soon followed by her Bobbin label solo debut, “I Don’t Hurt Anymore.” But when Campbell and his pianist Oliver Sain parted ways, Bass exited along with Sain, who named her lead vocalist of his Oliver Sain Soul Revue. Her second single, the Ike Turner-produced “I Love the Man,” followed on Turner’s Prann label in 1963. Bass then cut “Poor Little Fool,” a duet with Tina Turner issued on the Vesuvius imprint. And when she wasn’t performing with Sain and his group, she moonlighted as a solo act, playing gigs across East St. Louis under the alias “Sabrina.” After the 1964 release of the Oliver Sain Soul Revue’s debut effort, “Heavy Sugar,” the pianist escorted Bass and singer Bobby McClure to Chicago, where he produced their duet, “Don’t Mess Up a Good Thing,” for Chess Records’ Checker imprint. The single proved a Top Ten hit, and even after Bass left the group to mount a solo career, Sain remained a close collaborator. She relocated to Chicago in 1965 and late that same year scored the biggest hit of her career with her solo debut, “Rescue Me.” A buoyant dance classic made memorable by Bass’ impassioned, gritty vocal as well as the percolating bass of Chess session mainstay Louis Satterfield and Gene Barge’s dynamic horn arrangement, the single topped the R&B charts for a month and crossed over to the pop Top Five. One of the biggest-selling records in Chess’ storied history, “Rescue Me” remains an unqualified classic of the era and is a staple of oldies radio to this day, although many listeners now mistake the record as the work of Aretha Franklin, who ironically enough did not even enter the popular consciousness until two years later. Worse, Bass never received proper credit or financial remuneration for co-writing the song, and her subsequent battles with Chess execs earned her a reputation as a malcontent. The “Rescue Me” sound-alike “Recovery” followed in early 1966, reaching the R&B Top 20, but Bass’ run as a hitmaker proved frustratingly short, and after scoring a minor hit late that same year with “Sweet Lovin’ Daddy,” she never returned to the U.S. charts again. With her career mired in neutral, Bass exited Checker in 1969 and with husband Bowie — now a renowned avant-garde player best known for his work with the Art Ensemble of Chicago — relocated to Paris. There she collaborated with the group on an LP, the acclaimed The Art Ensemble of Chicago with Fontella Bass, but otherwise focused on raising a family until returning to St. Louis in 1971, renewing ties with Oliver Sain and signing to the Shreveport, Louisiana-based Paula label. The superb single “Who You Gonna Blame” anticipated the 1972 release of the Sain-produced Free, a remarkably soulful set that is by far the most memorable LP of Bass’ career. Attention from radio and retail was negligible, however, and after subsequent singles including “Now That I’ve Found a Good Thing” and “It’s Hard to Get Back In” flopped, she exited Paula in 1974, not resurfacing until three years later with the Epic single “Soon as I Touched Him.” Apart from occasional guest appearances with the Art Ensemble of Chicago, she spent the remainder of the 1970s and most of the 1980s as a homemaker, confining her musical pursuits to her Baptist church choir. ~ Jason Ankeny, Rovi
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Got into some BIG Crappie this weekend.
Welcome to Gospel with Gary. In this video I’m featuring some of my all time favorite bass singers in southern gospel music. Please subscribe to my channel, like the video and comment! Let me know who you agree with, disagree with, who should have made this list. (I could have made this a multi-hour project with all my favorites so narrowing it down was difficult) These are in no particular order. Hope you enjoy
1-Big Chief Wetherington (Statesmen quartet)
2- George Younce (The Cathedrals)
3- Tim Duncan (Ernie Haase & signature sound)
4-Burman Porter (Dove Brothers & Freedom Quartet)
5-Daniel Ashmore (Old Paths)
6-Richard Sterban (Stamps and The Oak Ridge Boys)
7-Harold Reid (Statler Brothers)
8- Gene McDonald (The Florida Boys)
9-Jeff Pearles (Palmetto State Quartet & Old time gospel hour)
10- JD Sumner (JD Sumner & the stamps & Masters 5)
11-Tracy Stuffle (The Perrys)
12- Jeff Chapman (Kingdom Heirs)
13-Will Lane (The Anchormen)
14-Tim Riley (Gold City)
15-Tennessee Ernie Ford
16- Ian Owens (Soul’d Out Quartet)
17-Ken Turner (Blackwood Brothers)
Honorable mentions that did not appear in the video: Ray Reese of the Kingsmen Quartet, Marlin Shubert and Mike Holcomb both of the Inspirations, Aaron Mccune formerly of Gold City and Anchormen, Matt Fouch and Glenn Dustin both of Legacy Five
Why am I running for Mayor of West Memphis, Arkansas 2014? It is simply because I love my City and The people in it and I feel that I have the skills to better our lives as it relates to my areas of focus.
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT • Broaden contractual awards to include more businesses• Build co-ops and green industry• Develop Broadway, Missouri Street and the east-side of the city & other major areas of our city• Ensure that West Memphians are well represented with jobs and business ownership• Repair and develop city infrastructure (streets, sidewalks, public transportation, parks, sewage and water system)• Establish local, national and international economic marketing campaign designed to bring jobs and business to West Memphis and by extension to Crittenden County• Increase services for the elderly and disabled; women and children• Expand urban renewal zones
CRIME • Focus police power against serious crime• Establish strong but fair police department• Develop community patrols • Build alternatives for youth like urban youth corps, jobs, education, recreation• Youth police explorer program• Establish civilian review board
HEALTH AND CULTURE• Initiate health campaign to encourage a healthier citizenry• Promote and develop musical heritage, theatre and arts • Host a citywide community unity day and encourage all churches and community organizations and associations to participate; City Block Party
EDUCATION • Work with School District & Community College for stronger education & curriculum• Foster support for parent, student and teacher participation in an effort to increase graduation rates; and no more school to prison pipeline
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Compilation of three studio clips from current Acappella and former AVB bass Wes McKinzie singing for Christian World Soundtraks through The Music Group in Edmond, Oklahoma. All clips feature the actual produced track with Wes’ unedited vocal brought to the front of the mix. Songs include “Almost Home” by the Triumphant Quartet, “Whosoever Will” by the Perrys, and “Higher Ground” by Adam Crabb.
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Gear: ESP / LTD PJ Bass, Focusrite Interface, Linux OS, Cheese Web Software, Logitech Web Cam, Reaper DAW & MIDI
Flesh Pot Music (Christopher Ellis) is a channel focusing on music, praise, worship and instruments located in the Nashville TN region. I am a Christian Bass, Guitar and Acoustic Guitar player for 25 years. I play weekly at my home Church (Community of Hope) in Clarksville TN along with an awesome Praise and Worship team. For more information on collaborations please contact me at [email protected]
WEDDING setup in church for BASS wedding in Ft. worth TX
City of Refuge in Gardena, Ca. With Bishop Noel Jones…
Just in case y’all forgot or didn’t know, Mega churches still have Old Fashion Store Front Church!!!
Guitar man is killin! “Agape Jerry”
Classic San Jose skaterock band Los Olvidados playing at the Blank Club in San Jose, California on July 24th 2010. They still tear it up and get the place moving. No stiffs here.
They have been on Thrasher Skaterock comps as well as the Alternative Tentacles compilation album “Not so quiet on the Western front.”
God is said it , and we take him at his word! Are you Standing On the Promises Of Jesus? One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism, One God, One Father, Above All, Thru All, and In You All! We Preach Jesus Christ and him Crucified. We Preach That He Died, Rose Again The Third Day with All Power In His Hand! He Is Lord To The Glory Of God! Jesus Said……..If I Be Lifted Up, I Will Draw All Men Unto Me! Holiness Is Right! The Prophet Isaiah said And A Hiway Shall Be There And A Way And it Shall Be Called…..The Way Of Holiness, The Unclean Shall Not Pass Over It. Period!!!!!!!!! It Shall Be For Those……The Way Faring Men! God Said It!