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Victor Wooten and Beauford Carter are a pair of jazz musicians. This film documents the pair creating two new songs in the studio. Combining their talents on Wooten's Yin-Yang album, the pair are seen on this video writing and rehearsing their numbers while providing instructional tips to the viewer on a variety of topics that will be of interest to musicians and music lovers.
A masterclass by Victor in which he talks about his bass camp, muting, economy of motion, and finding your own voice. Plus a brilliant solo from his performance at bass day 2001! (50 minutes); An interview with Carter where he discusses the everyday sessions/"The Space Between" (John Bonham influence), "When the World Ends" (Jeff Porcaro influence), and "Fool to Think" (Stuart Copeland influence), odd-time signatures, "Grey Street," "Bartender," warm-up exercises, and more. (32 minutes); also inclues an extensive photo gallery from the sessions