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Deconstructing Paperback Writer

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  • #2
    Paul **bleep** kills it on this song.

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    • goodhonk
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      frere jaques

    • Phil O'Keefe
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      imbuedblue wrote:
      Paul **bleep** kills it on this song.

       


      Lead Bass. : phil :


       


      Yeah, one of my all-time favorite tracks. I am totally in love with that guitar tone too. No time to watch this now, but I'll definitely check it out later. Thanks for posting it.


       


  • #3
    That was really cool! i always loved the riff and just found out recently that Paul played it.

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    • goodhonk
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      goingthedistance wrote:
      That was really cool! i always loved the riff and just found out recently that Paul played it.


      amazing how much the bass pushes the song. 


    • riff ie
      riff ie commented
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      the riff ie wuva u2...


  • #4

    They stole that from the Monkees "I'm a Believer."  :troll:

    <div class="signaturecontainer"><font size="1">&quot;The everyday practice is simply to develop a complete acceptance and openness to all situations and emotions, and to all people, experiencing everything totally without mental reservations and blockages, so that one never withdraws or centralizes into oneself. This produces a tremendous energy which usually is locked up in the process of mental evasion and a general running away from life experiences.&quot; --Dilgo Kyhentse, Rinpoche</font></div>

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    • Phil O'Keefe
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      skr3ddy wrote:

      They stole that from the Monkees "I'm a Believer."  :troll:




       


      lol 


    • Trick Fall
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      skr3ddy wrote:

      They stole that from the Monkees "I'm a Believer."  :troll:


      Would it be more Last Train to Clarksville says the guy who listens to the Monkees more then he listens to the Beatles. Cool video though.



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