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I Haven't learned a new song in a while, suggestions?

Discussion in 'Tablature and Notation [BG]' started by Razzi, Oct 27, 2009.


  1. Razzi

    Razzi

    Jul 16, 2009
    So I'm fairly new to playing the bass, about 3 years in and I've only been seriously practicing for about the last 6 months.

    One day I decided I'm going to practice a song to the point where I can play and sing along with out even having to think about what I'm doing. I chose All My Loving by The Beatles.

    I chose that one because Paul McCartney wrote it and he plays bass and sings so I figured he structured the bass section to be relatively simple so he could sing and play at the same time.

    Once I could play it without thinking about what I was doing, it was like an epiphany. Almost as good as sex. I felt like accomplished something and took a step forward at increasing my skill. But it took me about 2 weeks of constant practicing to get to that point. Kind of nervous about doing that again.

    But never the less I plunge forth.

    Any suggestions on any fun songs to play? Preferably a Beatles song. If not a Beatles song whatever you want to suggest.
     
  2. MrGotBass

    MrGotBass

    Jul 28, 2009
    FREE BIRD!

    :bag:
     
  3. GKR1

    GKR1

    Oct 22, 2009
    San Diego
    infinite dreams by maiden.
     
  4. dear prudence
    something
    i want you/shes so heavy
    here comes the sun

    these are fun to play on bass
     
  5. Razzi- Hold Me Tight by the Beatles. Play this little dance ditty whilst singing and many musical doors shall open for you.
     
  6. santucci218

    santucci218

    Jan 26, 2007
    Pittsburgh
    I second Here Comes The Sun!
     
  7. learn to play some cake. they always keep me guessing
     

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