A vibraphone blues shuffle as good as it gets
This is as good as I think a shuffle can be executed on solo vibes. The tune is "Almost Blues" performed by David Friedman, and I'd like to point out several things I've learned as I watched this multiple times.
First, the bass line is similar to what organists would call "shamming" or pumping a single note repeatedly rather than walking a line. Of course on the organ one can set the bass drawbars back a little, but on vibes it's all manual control. The "time" is spot-on; I don't hear it waver at all over the entire performance. Second, the articulation of the right hand is clear as a bell and getting that level of clarity over the left hand rhythm while maintaining the time is something I've never heard before on a blues shuffle if anything else. And last, the blues phrasing of the melody and improv keeps my interest for the entire performance. My goal is to take what I've learned here and apply it to piano, and I don't believe that what we learn from one instrument is exclusive to that instrument.
One thing I did think about is to what degree the Yamaha vibe lends itself to a blues coloration. I don't hear that blues color on other brands, but at the same time I have to admit that Milt always sounds like Milt whether he's playing his Deagan or a Musser provided by the venue.