Hi everybody. I came up with this question because after listening to Beatles' "You Never Give Me Your Money", which is one of my all-time favorite Beatles songs, I "concluded" that one of the reasons why I like that song so much is because of the 16th-note sextuplets on the high A note that Paul McCartney plays during the song's last section ("1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, all good children go to heaven"). I mean, I like the tune a lot, but if those sextuplets weren't there, I think I wouldn't enjoy that song that much. So that's what I'd like to know: Is there any recorded bass nuance that you feel as "definitive" for you to like a particular song? What I mean with "nuance" is: Not a lead part, not a whole line. Just think as when you're listening a song for the first time and you say: "Hey, what happened with the bass there? Sounds cool!". Thank you in advance for your input!