It’s about time I get to The Beatles, isn’t it? They’re only one of the most important pop bands of all time. Of course they should get the Backwards Rock treatment! And what better bit to play backwards than their classic / cliche-guitar lesson riff – the beginning to “Day Tripper”.
This one was pretty easy to put together, all told. The most difficult part was the bass, since Sir Paul matched the pitch instead of playing the riff in his own octave. The weird panning scheme – Drums on the left? Really? – is my best attempt at matching the original stereo mix of the song. Enjoy, let me know what you think, and I’ll see you next time.