This week I received news from our friend Simon Gilman, who contributed 9 years ago (tempus fugit!) with his own bass transcriptions of Yes and Chris’ songs, in which I had played the (audio) bassline.
Those were Astral Traveler, Starship Trooper and Hold Out Your Hand.
This time, Simon has written another set of transcriptions using my videos as reference, and was kind enough to share them again with us, this time in pdf format! So, without further ado, here they are!
A Venture_Bass score by Simon Gilman
Awaken_Bass score by Simon Gilman
Does It Really Happen_Bass score by Simon Gilman
Looking Around_Bass score by Simon Gilman
On the Silent Wings of Freedom_Bass score by Simon Gilman
You can also visit Simon’s YouTube channel and watch some more of his work and bass playing!
Thank you very much, Simon!
17/09/2019 in Chris Squire bass covers
Tagged A Venture, Astral Traveller, Awaken, Does It Really Happen?, Hold Out Your Hand, Looking Around, On The Silent Wings Of Freedom, Simon Gilman, standard notation, Starship Trooper, Transcription
This is an old cover from 2001 where I added some non-bass parts played on the bass, to fill in for “Disillusion” and the guitar intro of Würm. The tremolo effect is a Boss TR-2 pedal, while the final fuzz was done with the multi-effects Boss ME-8B, along with it’s octave effect at the very end. The transcription is another kind contribution from Simon Gilman. Hope you enjoy it!
Download the transcription here.
10/07/2010 in Chris Squire bass covers
Tagged 4001, 4001CS, bass, bass cover, Bass Driver, bassline, boss, Chris Squire, DI, Disillusion, electric bass, Falcão, fuzz, Life Seeker, ME-8B, Miguel, Miguel Falcão, miguelbass, octave, octaver, Rickenbacker, Sansamp, Simon Gilman, Squire, Starship Trooper, The Yes Album, TR-2, Transcription, tremolo, Würm, YES