Ellen Alaverdyan – Bass cover for Rush’s Tom Sawyer
An evening pause: We’ve seen her before in an evening pause, but this time she plays solo, covering the bass part in this Rush recording.
Hat tip Cotour.
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The guitar is bigger than her! I was watching her fingers to see if she was really playing and see was. Great job Ellen!
I have noticed for a couple of decades, and curious to me, that each generation seems drawn to their parent’s (or grandparent’s) rock ‘n; roll.
Yes, we did have the best music. *mic drop*
I don’t think she’s human. Too many joints in the fingers.
Ellen is amazing. You might remember her with Yoyoka on drums covering Led Zeppelin’s “The Ocean” that I posted a while back . . .