A full set of isolated multitracks for the hit song “Come Together” by the Beatles. Released in 1969 the song peaked at Number 4 on the UK charts however Topped the charts in the USA. I just love the Fuzz Bass Riff played by Paul McCartney.
Here are a few multitracks for while my guitar gently weeps by the Beatles. The song was written by George Harrison and is from the Beatles 1968 white album. The lead guitar on this song was played by Eric Clapton and hearing this track in isolation is great for any guitarists looking to learn some classic licks. Listen to the drum / bass / vocal track and really enjoy the harmonized vocals of George and Paul, it is amazing.
Here is another great set of isolated tracks from the Beatles. This music never gets old and just listen to the vocal track! You get the beautiful harmonizing of John Lennon and Paul McCartney followed by the screams of angst, it’s just amazing. The guitar track showcases the classic sound of George Harrison. You can just hear his relaxed groove and the control he has over his instrument is amazing.
Don’t let me down was recorded by the Beatles in 1969 as part of the Get Back (let it be) sessions. The song is in the key of E and utilizes 4/4 time during the verse, chorus and the bridge, however it makes a timing change to 5/4 in the pick-up to the verse.
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