The Who- Baba O'Riley- John Entwistle's isolated bass (live) HQ SOUND

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  • Published on:  Monday, April 23, 2012
  • John "The Ox" Entwistle's isolated bass track from "Baba O'Riley", performed live by The Who at Shepperton Film Studios, May 25 1978. (Taken from "The Kids Are Alright" bonus dvd.)
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  • Jeff Musgrave

    Jeff Musgrave

     14 hours ago +1

    I didn't know Thunder can come from fingertips

  • Ed Derbubba

    Ed Derbubba


    One trick pony.

  • Bobpop777


     2 days ago

    There’s so many damn overtones

  • Herbie Versailles

    Herbie Versailles

     2 days ago +2

    Came to say he looks bored. So did everyone else. He’s not slapping enough. 🅱️

  • メガマスこうちゃん


     3 days ago



     3 days ago +2

    Thanks for sharing! He has some amazing technique!
    Also: I never knew Hans Gruber had a bass career before taking over Nakatomi Plaza ;)

  • Maestro_T


     3 days ago +1

    Probably the most boring bass line in any Who song, and this is the one you choose to isolate? Okay....

  • Brian Smith

    Brian Smith

     7 days ago

    Thunder of the Gods

  • Shashwat Srivastava

    Shashwat Srivastava

     7 days ago


  • Karlski


     7 days ago

    What the fuck was this shit

  • Marlon Mendes

    Marlon Mendes

     7 days ago

    how was it so well recorded??

  • Reid Spector

    Reid Spector

     7 days ago

    lead bass for days, long live the ox!!

  • SilverfoxThe


     7 days ago +7

    He's just solo-ing throughout the whole song. Just like the rest of the band really.

  • sniggity


     7 days ago +3

    Never got into The Who, but I do appreciate their musicianship.

  • Tz Montez

    Tz Montez

     7 days ago +1

    Worst and most overrated bass "player" EVER!!!

  • cygnustsp


     14 days ago +25

    "The bass is not meant to be heard, it's meant to be felt"

  • reg ister

    reg ister

     14 days ago +2

    he ain't no derek smalls.

  • Jollys Heldone

    Jollys Heldone

     14 days ago

    Wow! always where I though there was a note, there were 2 or 3 or 4 the intricacy is lost in the live and recorded versions.

  • Aljax79 Johnston

    Aljax79 Johnston

     14 days ago

    Keith and John were definitely vertuoso's on their instruments

  • G YamBal

    G YamBal

     14 days ago