How to Play Bass Line to Rio by Duran Duran

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In this bass lesson you will learn how to play the bass line from the Duran Duran's "RIO"

From Wikipedia: "Rio is the second studio album by the British rock band Duran Duran, originally released worldwide on 10 May 1982. It reached #2 in the UK and #1 in Australia.

The album was re-released in the United States in November 1982. It earned a Gold disc on 1 March 1983, and went Platinum on 26 April 1983, eventually reaching Double Platinum status. It peaked at number six on the Billboard 200 album chart in the US on 12 March 1983, and remained on the chart for 129 weeks."

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Blyss is a bassist from New Orleans who now lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and currently plays bass for the legendary Zigaboo Modeliste of the Meters Urban Punk ft. Latoya London and a host of theater companies in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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