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Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by Coleman, May 18, 2003.
I don't understand the question, if indeed it is a question.
Everybody knows the answer is pi.
Correction: the answer is 42.
I was going to say 42, really!, but that is the answer to everything, not the precise question we have been presented with. Also, pi has the advantage of being Greek.
om lets see the greatist song for bass when all u do is play the roots. om pink floyd wish u were here,
Hi Coleman. What question are you trying to ask?
What song has the bass playing chords like a guitar (polyphonically)?
What song has a bass playing through the chords that the guitar plays?
What's a song with kick-ass bass playing?
You need to clarify a little.
A song bass good chord is guitar like play!
Hmm...That is a strange question.
this thread is very weird. i approve.
A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody
A pretty girl named melody? like totally!
Yoda your grammar teacher has been? Yes...
Lay off, people! How good is your Chinese?
Stanley Clarke - School Days
I think he's asking are their any songs that have "lead bass" IE like the bass plays the melody.
I'm reading it as "what song has the bass playing chords like a guitar?" in which case, I'd answer "earlier Primus."
And hey, his spelling is a lot better than some native English speakers...... so lay off, people!
Oh, I'm honestly sorry. I assumed Coleman in question was from america.
It's just that I see so many americans and englishmen write like that to...
To answer your question, check out Elegant Punk with Jonas Hellborg!
In all honesty, I know one. I'm playing bass for her singing "Peel Me A Grape" in our spring show tomorrow.
Spelling (and grammar) is irrelevant - it's about meaning - how can you reply if a question is meaningless?