Hey, friends! Total Cliff is underway, fifth video has released. Today we are analyzing another classic song of Metallica – “For Whom The Bell Tolls”. Bass from this composition is one of the most known Cliff Burton’s lines, especially among beginner bass players. Simplicity and beauty make the song so loved by Metallica fans and cover makers. So, “For Whom The Bell Tolls” – bass review with bass tab, which you can find in the end of article.
for a note – I’m going to remake this review and tabs, bass tuning f*cked up (down 1 step actually=)
We have reached 4th review of Cliff Burton’s legacy. Now it’s one of the darkest songs of Metallica – “The Thing That Should Not be” – bass analysis with bass tab (you can find gpt+pdf in the end of article).
Hey, friends! 3rd “Total Cliff” video here! According to requests, I did a bass review for “Damage Inc. intro.” with bass tabs. So, let`s go!
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Second review of “Total Cliff” – Metallica “Fade to Black” bass line of Cliff Burton. Bass tab and my humble opinion about this part of his legacy.
Here we go! You are reading my very first article of “TOTAL CLIFF” series – complete review of legacy of original Metallica bass player Cliff Burton – bass genius, who`s gone too early, but leave so big mark. I feel a need to share my experience with you, that Cliff never had a chance to do.
I start with “No Remorse” from “Kill’ Em All” album. You may count it as bass lesson, bass cover with tabs, or whatever. So, bass line of Cliff Burton from “No Remorse”, Metallica – let’s go!
8th studio album of the Finnish metal band Nightwish “Endless Forms Most Beautiful” saw the light. In this review I’m going to express my thoughts and feelings about it.