A chronological listing of unaccompanied double bass albums

Jazz bassist and composer Marty Isenberg compiled this list of unaccompanied double bass albums from the 1960s to the present day.

With Marty Isenberg · New York, NY

In preparation for a lecture recital about Larry Grenadier’s solo record The Gleaners and the lineage of unaccompanied double bass albums, jazz bassist and composer Marty Isenberg put together this awesome list of unaccompanied double bass albums. Several DBHQ community members also added suggestions to fill out this great resource.

A big thanks to Marty for his work on this, and be sure to check out his latest album The Way I Feel Inside: Inspired by the films of Wes Anderson.

Unaccompanied double bass albums listed by decade







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