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“Trance”
Doug Wimbish
Trippy Notes For Bass
2000 —
((( ambient noise )))

DOUGWIMBISH-1-wTYPE
OriginalNoise.Org

Hip Hop Happens

LIVING COLOUR
DOUG @ JAHSONIC

1976Wood Brass & Steel
Harold Sargent
Skip “Little Axe” McDonald
Jackie McLean (Hartford Conservatory)
Keith Leblanc
1977Voyager’s Return

1978

1979Iranian Hostage Crisis

11/4/79 — 1/20/81
Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan

“Unity” — w/Afrika Bambaataa and James Brown
“No Sell Out” (Malcolm X) — Keith Leblanc
“Vice” (Miami) — w/Jan Hammer (Miami Vice Soundtrack)
“Sun City” (Artists United Against Apartheid) 

Miles Davis
Keith Leblanc
Herbie Hancock
Bernard Fowler
Bruce Springsteen
Arthur Baker
U2 …

TACK>>HEAD
Mick Jagger
Jeff Beck
Rolling Stones
Joe Satriani
LITTLE>>AXE
ON-U SOUND

Adrian Sherwood
Rolling Stones
Paul McCartney
Annie Lennox
Seal
Depeche Mode
Carly Simon
Madonna
Bruce Springsteen
Billy Idol
Michael Hutchence
David Sancious
Herb Alpert
Bernie Worrell
Mos Def
Black Jack Johnson
Lauryn Hill
Tarja Turunen

Living Colour
Vernon Reid (guitar)
Corey Glover (vocals)
Will Calhoun (drums)
Doug Wimbish (bass guitar)

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“Danger”
Doug Wimbish f/Bernard Fowler (v)
CinemaSonics
2008 —
((( ambient noise )))

dave.
“Dangerous” / “All Mixed Up” b/ Linda Zachs

“Stealing”
In the Name of The Lord
Bernard Fowler

Tack>>Head at the Highline Ballroom (NYC).

2009 Bernard put the band together, calling them Bad Dog, and played shows in Austria and Germany in the Fall and Winter of 2008. The next year Bernard released “New York Time” (song/video), and did a one off show at the Highline Ballroom in New York City, Bernard’s hometown.

2010 A Bass Odyssey
Doug Wimbish CinemaSonics
2010 
Little Axe Bought for a Dollar, Sold for a Dime
2011 Tack>>Head The Black Album

(*CinemaSonicsCover— CinemaSonics (2009)
photograph by Marcos Hermes (Sao Paulo, Brazil)

HEAD>>FAKE
Wimbash
Art Deco Weekend
The Bridge
w/ Allan Harris
School Of Rock

(ENTER) A BASS ODYSSEY

2010 A Bass Odyssey
Doug Wimbish CinemaSonics
2010 
Little Axe Bought for a Dollar, Sold for a Dime
2011 Tack>>Head The Black Album

2012 
2013Little Axe Stone Cold Ohio
2014 Tack>>Head For The Love of Money
2015 — The Bura, (Havana, Cuba) w/The Rolling Stones
2016 — Havana Moon RS

“Wall”
Living Colour
Stain
1993 — 
((( song )))

dave.

2016Corey Glover ending Living Colour’s set at the Freedom Sounds concert, ending the day that began with president Barack Obama speaking to open the Smithsonian Institute’s long-awaited Museum of African American History and Culture. 

September 24, 2016 — Living Colour was invited (with Public Enemy and The Roots) to play the opening of The Smithsonian Institute’s Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington D.C. The FREEDOM SOUNDS  concert that included Public Enemy and The Roots, followed president Barack Obama’s speech, dedicating the long awaited opening of Washington’s newest museum.

Moved by the alarming frequency of gun violence in America, and it so often being against young, unarmed black men by an overly militarized police force, Living Colour released Who Shot Ya?,” a Biggie Smalls cover, recorded for its (yet-to-be-released) Shade.

And Now? Post-Obama? After-Trump? … Living Colour’s first shot across the right-wing bow was the release of Shade. in 2017.his time the band’s own “Freedom of Expression” is a vociferous fight to defend another (1st) Amendment to the United States Constitution that finds itself under a relentless, “Make America Great Again,” sanctimonious attack.
IN THE BEST OF WAYS, Living Colour is the same kick-ass, rock n roll band from New York City, Kick-Ass band, that with a little help from fan Mick Jagger, exploded onto the world stage in 1989. The same aggressive band that’s never been shy to howl at the establishment moon. “Back In The U.S.S.R.”