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Chris de Burgh - The Lady in Red
Musician: John Giblin
Album: Into the Light
Released in: 1986
Label: A&M
Length: 4:17
Contributed by : Lee Nunn
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John Giblin
2021-03-11 05:28:04 PDT
Hello,. I was surprised and rather annoyed to be informed of your trancsription of my Chris de Burgh bass part (https://basslessons.be/transcriptions.php?i=410) credited by you to Pino Palladino. While i am not always proud of my history as a bassist, the performance royalty payments (radio etc) are the only income that an old session player can hope for these days, thanks to PPL. I have seen this misconception appear before, and I'm sure you will understand thsat I intend to take action to prevent it continuing. I must ask you therefore, to remove this incorrect and damaging accreditation from your wesbsite, with my compliments on your accurate transcription. Your sincerely, John Giblin
Admin
2021-03-11 05:37:01 PDT
Hello John, My sincere apologies for the mistake. I will correct this immediately. I wish you would have just contacted me via the contact form instead, though
John Giblin
2021-04-07 13:11:54 PDT
Hi,and thank you for correcting this.. old session players, like me, rely on income from recorded work to get by. For any of your readers who might find it of interest, I was working with SIMPLE MINDS at the time-they did not approve of my session career, so Chris' manager agreed to keep my name OFF the album. The bass used on this song was a Joe Zon 5-string - with electronics removed, and replsced by Musicman Stingrsy circuit. Very best wishes, John Giblin
Jack
2021-04-15 14:33:45 PDT
I'm pretty sure this was Pino Palladino. I mean, it's good sound and everyone over at talkbass says so. What proof is three to the contrary?
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