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Paul's Bass Lines Isolated
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McLennonSon
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16 May 2011 - 12.49pm

When his lines are isolated; they're awesome!!!

You should listen to theese isolations.

 

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16 May 2011 - 4.19pm

Very interesting. Paul for me was the master of melodic bass lines. As far as him being the finest bass player fundamentally, I guess that would be personal taste. There are a lot of fantastic bass players but when it comes to being innovative, playing to the song, he's the man.

My favorite bass line from him is on 'Think For Yourself' were he plays the fuzz bass along with the normal bass lines.

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17 May 2011 - 12.05pm

It's interesting to see how ragged some of his playing was. It sounds fantastic with all the other instruments, of course.

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17 May 2011 - 12.57pm

Inner Light said:

Paul for me was the master of melodic bass lines. As far as him being the finest bass player fundamentally, I guess that would be personal taste.

 

Joe said:

It's interesting to see how ragged some of his playing was. It sounds fantastic with all the other instruments, of course.

 

It's even more interesting to read how both of you used different words to express the same thought.

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17 May 2011 - 7.05pm

Inner Light said:

My favorite bass line from him is on 'Think For Yourself' were he plays the fuzz bass along with the normal bass lines.

You know what? I've always thought that bassline was FUNKY. I mean, the bassline is like a march. 

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17 May 2011 - 7.07pm

Zig said:

Inner Light said:

Paul for me was the master of melodic bass lines. As far as him being the finest bass player fundamentally, I guess that would be personal taste.

 

Joe said:

It's interesting to see how ragged some of his playing was. It sounds fantastic with all the other instruments, of course.

 

It's even more interesting to read how both of you used different words to express the same thought.

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