Let's Stay Together

Bryant Wilder

Bassman Bryant Wilder has delivered the funkiest instrumental version of Al Green's "Let's Stay Together" ever. The horn section plays the melody and the extremely tight rhythm section provides the funk foundation. Gift some folks and expand their minds!

Bassman Bryant Wilder is a funky, funky (yes we said it twice) NYC bass player whose music you want in your rotation or playlist. Bryant is a creative bassist with solid and tasty grooves. He was raised on funk and his influences range from James Jameson, Bootsy, Rocco and Louis Louis Johnson to Will Lee, Marcus Miller, Anthony Jackson and Victor Wooten. You can hear a little bit of all of his "bass heroes" in all of his music. Bryant's latest single is an amazing cover of Al Green's "Let's Stay Together" and to bring this tune to life, Bryant used a collection of the funkiest players in NYC. Bryant is bass, Nathaniel Townsley III on drums, listen to his solo before the vamp . . oh man, Willie Brown Jr. and Chris Morgan on guitars, Garnet Walters pulls double duty on piano and Hammond B3 organ, Troy Roberts on tenor sax, Andy Clausen on trombone and Mat Jodrell takes and incredible solo on trumpet. We hope you enjoy it and tell all of your music loving friends, family and co-workers about it. Until next tune . . . .

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