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Show of Hands
     

A Show of Hands

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by Victor Wooten
 

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This is one of the most ambitious albums I have run across. The only instrument on it other than bass guitar is voice. Before you come to a sliding stop, give it a moment and listen to the beauty that comes forth from the speakers. "It won't hold my interest!" you say. "Horse feathers!" say I. This is an album from the heart of a thinking and feeling human, who has so

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This is one of the most ambitious albums I have run across. The only instrument on it other than bass guitar is voice. Before you come to a sliding stop, give it a moment and listen to the beauty that comes forth from the speakers. "It won't hold my interest!" you say. "Horse feathers!" say I. This is an album from the heart of a thinking and feeling human, who has so much to give. I was skeptical for about 20 seconds, then I was hooked into it. It is complex/it is simple. It is here/there. Confusing/Straightforward. Straight/Narrow. Big/Small. Top/Bottom. Put it on and open up to the music.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/20/1996
Label:
Compass Records
UPC:
0766397423128
catalogNumber:
4231

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Performance Credits

Victor Wooten   Primary Artist,Bass,Vocals,Voices,Tenor Bass
Will Lee   Vocals
Malcolm X   Vocals,Voices
Kurt Storey   Vocals
Joe Wooten   Vocals
Roy Wooten   Vocals
Future Man   Vocals,Voices
Park Law   Vocals
Elijah "Pete" Wooten   Vocals,Voices
Dorothy G. Wooten   Vocals,Voices
Michael Kott   Vocals,Voices
Aashid   Vocals

Technical Credits

David Bennett   Management
Steve Lowery   Illustrations,Drawing
Mark Mandelbaum   Engineer
Kurt Storey   Engineer
Victor Wooten   Arranger,Composer,Producer,Liner Notes
J.D. Blair   Contributor

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A Show of Hands 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Victor Lemonte Wooten is the most incredible bassist in the world today. His homemade style and patented groove make him in a league of his own. On ''A Show of Hands'', Victor goes completely solo and created an equilibrium of great songs both soft and relaxing, and funky and loud. A cd full of original and exploring tunes make Victor's ''A Show of Hands'' possible the best bass cd of all time.