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    Posted: July 13 2019 at 05:32
A bassline of my taste, im a bass player so i have a nitpicky and developed taste in bassline and what i seek and boast about good basslines i develop a taste for. According to my tast. The Iron Maiden to me is one of those songs that have, while not technicly blitzing bass, is stil a tastefull, deep and nicly chromatic scales. Very nice suplementing and accenting the song, creates a landscape which i sometimes feel the bass can do. Emphezice the poweful ballance between melody nd rythem, also one forgett to botice that the songs does not contain drums. Only bass, acoustic guitar and mellotron + vocals.



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thanks never heard the song ,i like the song mockingbird nice bassline in that song.
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Iron Maiden is a good one, one of my favorites from their debut, which is not one of my favorite BJH albums
I seem to remember both "Paper Wings" and "Negative Earth" having great bass lines, both from "Everyone is Everybody Else".
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Hi,

BJH .... the Live (early) album absolutely fantastic! And if that bass is any better I need new ears!
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