One cool trend that has emerged in this golden era of YouTube is the sharing of isolated
tracks. These tracks, which generally focus on one instrument, give us the chance to pick
out details in songs we may not have heard in the full-band versions of the tunes. Some
originate from the video game Rock Band, while others come straight off the master
track. It seems that with each passing week a new mind-blowing one surfaces.
With that in mind, we've rounded up ten fantastic isolated tracks from classic rock tunes.
Listen to Robert Plant's jaw-dropping vocals on "Ramble On," Who bassist John Entwistle's
stunning work on "Won't Get Fooled Again," Billy Preston's riveting electric piano part of
"Don't Let Me Down" and seven more isolated tracks.
1. Led Zeppelin - Ramble On Vocals
Robert Plant has one of the most powerful voices in all of rock history. This isolated
track from the Led Zeppelin II sessions shows off Plant's vocals at peak intensity.
2. The Beatles - Abbey Road Medley Vocals
The Beatles' Abbey Road medley is impeccably crafted and hearing the vocals by
themselves help us pick out a number of incredible moments strung throughout the song