Last show with a real bass?

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radioactive kid
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Craig was the backbone of the sisters live sound just like hooky in JD/NO i heard tony james in generation sex coupla years ago sounded ok
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mugabe wrote:Not live, he wasn't.
I think this sounds great
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thomas-h wrote:
copper wrote:Yup, in fairness, Craig was the first and last real bass player in the band. Both Patsy and Tony were more on the promo side, and while Tony played live bass for a while, his studio contributions to Vision Thing were very limited.
????Tony James was a real amazing bass Player, too!!
evidence? not gen x surely or sputnik? none. he OWNED a bass. thats it.
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