Doug Johns | Stank

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Stank

by Doug Johns

Extremely Funky Bass. Ten stank-funk tunes with guest appearances by Oz Noy, Otmaro Ruiz, Kenny Anderson and Chris Ceja. Fat slammin' horns, intimate composition and beautiful solo bass. Groove for your soul. Put some Stank on it!
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Funk
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1. Bird's Back Yard
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2. Booty Time
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3. Funk Tree
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4. Namaste
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5. Summer Song
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6. Satchmo
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7. The Red
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8. Up the Funk
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9. Stank
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10. With You In Mind
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Doug's raw presence, energy, and all-around crowd-wowing prowess can be heard on numerous recordings and stages. Believing that a good musician surrounds himself with great musicians, Doug has had the privilege of working with such icons as Victor Wooten, Buddy Miles, Chuck Rainey, Dana Rasch, The LA Mass Choir, Grammy winning producer Aaron Lindsey, Steve Smith, and many others.

The culmination of these musical experiences led him to his first critically acclaimed solo CD, Doug Johns, released in 2006. Doug followed up his very well-received solo debut with his 2008 release, "Pocket Fulla Nasty,” and received an outstanding reaction from the bass community, as well as catching the ear of the general public very quickly. Bass Player Magazine on Johns: “One of the most credit–deserving bass virtuosos in America…it’s his inventiveness that’s consistently compelling.”

Doug's newest release, Stank (October 2010), brings ten stank-funk tunes with returning artists Oz Noy, Kenny Anderson, Otmaro Ruiz and drummer extraordinaire, Chris Ceja. With fat slammin' horns, intimate, artful composition and beautiful solo bass, this latest collection is a strong, healthy dose of groove for your soul. Doug Johns and company are definitely guilty of the old adage: Put some Stank on it!

Doug can also be seen on national stages with his two-man project, the Doug Johns Duo, featuring drummer Chris Ceja. In addition to numerous clubs, clinics, and festival bookings, also look for Doug playing such events as BassQuake, Bass Player Live, Bass Slam and BassBash with a host of other stellar bassists.


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Henry Veloso

Awesome bassist!
Probably the funkiest around the globe!

Roel

Doug Johns is extreme funky!!
What to say about a new CD by Doug?
That he is extreme funky and his 3rd CD is again top!!!

Listen for example to "Up the funk" and than you will be convinced!