If you play that instrument with a long neck, some fat strings and that deep sound and you love rock & roll you can find here my favourite Garry´s basslines. If you are interested in a particular song and you are too busy or too lazy to figure it out yourself e-mail me and I try to upload it as soon as possible. If you´ve got a song transcribed and you want to tell your friends that you are a part of The Farm just send me the song. (don´t worry about the format). Some of this songs are completely transcribed, but most of them are only parts that I especially like. Since this is not standard notation you need to listen to the recording to get it.
Fire: If you have heard the song I'm sure you don't need to ask why it's here.
Glory Days: The ultimate
bar band rocker. I'll include this one because you don´t need a seven
piece band to
Tenth Avenue Freeze
Great horns, great guitar, great bass.
The Fever: What can I say? I got it, I got it, IGOT IT!!!
Hungry Heart: Stacatto time. Do you play weddings? Everybody knows this one.
Darlington County: Requested by Salah but you can enjoy it too.
All Night Long:
A great rockin' song from The Darkness sessions. Go to The
Vault to download the sound file. A lot of licks to spice up your rock
vocabulary. Lead bass!!!
Born To Run: A milestone in Bruce career and one of the greatest songs in R'N'R History.
Incorporated: A powerful song requested from Italy.
Trapped: Check the basslines in the chorus.
Racing In The Street: This song live gives Garry a lot of room for melodic bass.
Growin' Up: The first song from "Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J." featured in this section.
Atlantic City: This song was originally released in ‘Nebraska’ (acoustic). But this is tabbed from the full band version included in ‘Live from NYC’ (2001).
American Skin: Controversial as it can get.
Downbound Train: Requested by a fellow bassist.
Because The Night: One of the cornerstones of the live shows during the 78 tour.
Thunder Road: Probably my fav together with Backstreets from Born to Run.
Two Hearts: Another one from The River.
Independence Day: The definitive father-son song.
Jungleland: The closing epic song by excellence.
Out In The Street: The party side of The River.
Sherry Darling: More party song for the summertime.
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