Master of Bass-in-the-Big-Picture

Bass Player Magazine has a nice write up about Hot Tuna’s latest album Steady As She Goes. Here is an except:

“Casady’s mastery of bass-in-the-big-picture is evident throughout, from his subtle use of pedal tones on “Second Chances” and unmistakable wall of tone on the ballad gem “Things That Might Have Been” to his snaking line on “Easy Now Revisted” and erudite take on two-feel and walking bass lines on “Mama Let Me Lay It on You” and “If This Is Love,” respectively.”

Check out the rest of the article here.