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Jumpin' Jack Flash - Bass Line

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Published on Apr 9, 2009

Playing along to a backing track of The Rolling Stones' 1968 hit "Jumpin' Jack Flash" on my Alembic Essence Bass Guitar.

ABOUT THE SONG
Signed by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, "Jumpin' Jack Flash" was recorded between March and April, 1968 and was released in the U.K. on May 24 that same year.

The song was recorded during the sessions of their 1968 album "Beggars Banquet", although it was never included in the L.P.

"Jumpin' Jack Flash" peaked "Number One Single" at the United World Chart on
June 29, 1968.

Although Bill Wyman was the bassist of The Rolling Stones, Keith Richards played the bass for the original recording of the song (Thanks, VanzKantDanz.)

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Mi versión de la línea de bajo del tema de The Rolling Stones "Jumpin' Jack Flash", interpretada sobre una pista de referencia con mi bajo Alembic Essence.

ACERCA DE LA CANCIÓN
"Jumpin' Jack Flash" está firmada por Mick Jagger y Keith Richards. Fue grabada entre marzo y abril de 1968 y lanzada al mercado en el Reino Unido el 24 de mayo de ese mismo año.

El tema se grabó durante las sesiones de estudio del álbum "Beggars Banquet", aunque no llegó a incluirse en ese disco.

"Jumpin' Jack Flash" alcanzó el número 1 en la lista "United World Chart" el día 29 de junio de 1968.

A pesar de que el bajista de los Rolling Stones era Bill Wyman, fue Keith Richards quien tocó la parte del bajo en la grabación original del tema. (Gracias, VanzKantDanz.)

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Comments • 90

Refrescospepito
no no no, the bass line just don't follow the guitar riff!
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Ed Thöne
unless you have two or more guitars in your band, this is how you play the bass line
Eli Hartsoe
listen to the studio version
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Memington
I've been rocking out to this on my melodica all day!
NIHILISTLIVESMATTER
Whoever recorded this godawful cover you're playing along to needs to be strung up by his own vocal cords
Ray Hurtado
This song in B-flat Major? What it looks like & sounds like to me .... Coulda sworn da Bassline wuz in B Major ...
Lorenzo Tissoni
BELLA MERDA LA BASE SPECIALMENTE CHI CANTA!!! S T R O N Z O!!!!
♠ Rubix
+Lorenzo Tissoni Ma che hai?
RedArrow73
Bill would bar his finger at the 7th fret and play the entire verse passage with his hand anchored in a "bar chord" so to speak. He also held his pick over the 20th-22nd frets for a guttural, circular tone. this would force you to point the headstock at the rafters as he was famous for.
Refrescospepito
Great playing, but this is not the original Keith Richards' 1968 bass line. Thanks anyway.
Tumblemydice
keith richards bassline? what the fuck he didnt play bass
Ed Thöne
almost no one plays the original bass line, because a lot of bands have just one guitar and one bass, not two interweaving guitars that the stones were known for, plus this bass line is more interesting for the bass player :)
losthighwayish
Nice bass lines. Vocals remind me of Alex chilton version
Aidan Hampson Music
Nicely played. What do you think of my version?
glengall100
i like this as a lead cover,as you say in the lack of keyboards or drums or even both then just bass and guitar can put a good tune together with the vocals,,very well done.
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