#2
Rain and Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band / With A Little Help From My Friends / Lucy In The Sky Like Diamonds (idk, I treat it all like one song, well mainly the first two)
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#3
The second side of Abbey Road, the bit were all the songs are joined together.

Also Help! and Yer Blues are cool.
#5
lucy in the sky with diamonds
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#6
Saw her Standing There. The best and only Beatles song I've played.
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#7
come together is cool and has a lot of potential for improv
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#9
Come Together, Get Back, Revolution 1 because of the shuffles. Lady Madonna and Come Together have the sliding E shape barre chords. Lots of fun.
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#10
On bass?

Lovely Rita, Lady Madonna and I Want you (She's so Heavy). Back in the USSR is just fun.
#12
Sgt. Pepper, Lady Madonna, Don't Pass Me By, Drive My Car, The Word, You Won't See Me, Octopuses Garden, She Loves You, Oh bla Di, In My Life, I wanna Hold Your Hand

They're just all so good...
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#13
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Helter skelter! Altho' I do like to get into Get Back - nice groove.

Yeah, Helter Skelter is AMAZING for improv (on every single instrument). I think it honestly might be the most improviseable song I've heard (or at least up there). I love doing mad jams with it (bass, drums, three guitars, and some keys/organ (though not an actual jazz organ, that would have been mad)

it was at a friend's birthday party, a very musical group of friends and family.

they were amazed when I pulled out some tapping and harmonics for my little solo section (though it wasn't anything all that complex, baroque chords for the tapping and basically just sections of Portrait of Tracy ).
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#14
"Old Brown Shoe" is a masterpiece of rif***e on bass.

For melodic fluidity, I choose "Something".

For just a groovin' bassline, "Nowhere Man" is great.

For growly tone, "Glass Onion"--in which Paul employs a Fender Jazz bass!
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#15
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I Want you (She's so Heavy).


omg i forgot about that! i used to play that hours on end haha
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#16
Well, shake it up, baby, now, (shake it up, baby)
Twist and shout. (twist and shout)
Cmon cmon, cmon, cmon, baby, now, (come on baby)
Come on and work it on out. (work it on out)

Awesome
#17
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Saw her Standing There. The best and only Beatles song I've played.
Now I know I'm old; I played that when it was first released on their first album.
We were also playing Twist and Shout, From Me To You, Please Please Me, All My Loving etc at that time.
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#19
without a doubt rain is the best. Oh and taxman too. and come together, and SGT. Peppers lonely hearts club band, Hell, they're all good.
#20
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without a doubt rain is the best. Oh and taxman too. and come together, and SGT. Peppers lonely hearts club band, Hell, they're all good.

Rain appreciation

I love how when they recorded that (and a few others from right then) that they had the idea to center the bass and make it loud as hell. I'd love to hear them on like AM radio / record player or something, to see why they actually did it
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#21
Not much i can add to the thread but
Hello goodbye, heaps of room for improv. but i like playing it as it is and just sitting back going, hell yeah, i'm playing the beatles.
#22
I quite like playing Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite! and Only a Northern song, but have some cool little bass parts
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#23
Hey Bulldog
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