Malcolm-Jamal Warner, the actor who many of us grew up watching on NBC's "The Cosby Show" and on UPN's "Malcolm & Eddie," is in reality a monster musician, too. For the record, "monster" is a very flattering term in the music business describing someone possessing a high level of expertise.

Recently, he made an appearance at bassist Victor Wooten's ranch near Only, Tennessee. Malcolm joined bassists Stu Hamm, Danny Morris, Steve Baily, Chuck Rainey, Gary Vogt, Anthony Wellington, and Michael Manring, for a series of master classes at Wooten's 150 acre ranch.

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In 2003, Warner released his first EP, "The Miles Long Mixtape." Later, in 2007, he released his second CD, "Love & Other Social Issues."