Tim Lefebvre on his 5 best (and worst) bass albums

Tim Lefebvre
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The fusion, rock, and R&B bassist Tim Lefebvre is a master of both the electric and acoustic bass guitar. He has worked constantly with a variety of high-level artists, lending his skills to projects by the likes of Sting, the Sleepy Jackson, Jamie Cullum, Elvis Costello, and more. 

One of the higher-profile projects he has been involved with is David Bowie’s final album Blackstar, and he is also known for working on a number of soundtracks for big and small screens alike. He counts 30 Rock, Analyze That, The Departed, and Ocean’s Twelve among his credits. 

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