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Who played the Day Tripper riff?

Who played the Day Tripper riff?

Anyway, there is this oddity to consider: When the rest of the band comes back into the song after Flint’s drum solo (at 3:36 in the top video), Clapton is playing the very-hard-to-miss guitar riff from the Beatles’ late-1965 single Day Tripper – over and over again.

What was the inspiration for Day Tripper?

Background and inspiration Lennon based the song’s guitar riff on that from Bobby Parker’s “Watch Your Step”, which had also been his model for “I Feel Fine” in 1964. In a 1980 interview, Lennon said of “Day Tripper”: “That’s mine.

Is tripper slang for an STD?

Gonorrhea is one of the most common sexually transmitted infections. It is sometimes also referred to as “the clap”.

What was the B side of get back?

Don’t Let Me Down
Get Back

“Get Back”
B-side “Don’t Let Me Down”
Released 11 April 1969
Format 7″
Recorded 27 January 1969

Who played the guitar riff on paperback writer?

Phil McDonald’s notes also indicate that, simultaneous to these harmony vocals and Paul’s bass, George Harrison was “playing guitar fills.” While Paul’s 2005 quote above stipulates that he played the iconic guitar riffs in the song, and that ‘take one’ of the rhythm track recorded the previous day already includes …

What guitar did George play on Day Tripper?

George Harrison – Lead Guitar (1961 Sonic Blue Fender Stratocaster), Harmony Vocals.

What is the meaning of Ticket to Ride?

McCartney said the title referred to “a British Railways ticket to the town of Ryde on the Isle of Wight”, and Lennon said it described cards indicating a clean bill of health carried by Hamburg prostitutes in the 1960s.

Who came up with the phrase A Hard Day’s Night and why?

The movie’s working title was “The Beatles”, then “Beatlemania”, until Sir Ringo Starr, who was exhausted after a long day, coined the phrase “a hard day’s night” that was accepted by the studio.

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