Queen Songs With the Coolest BassBass lines, solos...Anything.
John Deacon is the shy one of the group but still did great on the bass-- better than most. Here is a list of his best "Shining moments", if you will. There is a lot of songs from Hot Space because this is the album where Deacy is really noticed. KYO!
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The line in this song is Great, and of course, it makes the song what it is. It was amazing and one of the most memorable.V1 Comment
This one shouts out to me just a bit more than Another One Bites The Dust. Very interesting, and of course written by himself!
It's small, but it's still as great as any Brian May solo. Short sweet and nice. You have to love it!
Really stands out for me. Great, catchy, keeps the groove, and just makes you wanna get up and dance!
So AWESOME. I just love the way he plays, and he dances in the music video! Love our Deacy!V1 Comment
It's nice, very neat, easy to understand... What more can you want?
Very recognizable. See what he's got! Is it real, is it real?
One of his grooviest, easy and fun to learn (even though I don't play bass, I would like to. ) Nice and smooth.
This should easily be in top 10!
During the Magic tour, when they play One Vision at Wembley, the most know concert other than Live Aid, you can see Brian May and Deacy have a guitar show off contest... Sort of. Deacy is doing this sick (in a good way) thing on his bass that can't be replicated in anyway. Don't worry; you'll see.
And now the crescendo, as V said. (V for Vendetta. ) Deacy and Roger started it and then the piano came in. Deacy did great in this song as well as all the others.
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