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Pops Foster

Among the initial important bassists (along with Steve Dark brown, Expenses Johnson, and Wellman Braud), Pops Foster had the longest profession and he kept the custom of slap bass solos alive in to the past due ’60s. Foster was playing in rings around New Orleans as soon as 1906. He …

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George “Pops” Foster

b. 18 Might 1892, McCall, Louisiana, USA, d. 30 Oct 1969, SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, California, USA. Among the pioneers of string bass playing, Foster started his musical profession like a cellist and in addition occasionally performed brass bass. After carrying out in New Orleans in the first many years …

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