Beatles Backing Tracks – Free Multi-Track Collection

2-minute-read. Last update: December 6th, 2016.

Beatles backing tracks you’ll find here are Day Tripper, Hey Jude, Let It Be and Here Comes The Sun. In this article, you’ll have the songs embedded & find out how to get started. Enjoy!

 

Table of Contents

Beatles Backing Tracks

  1. Hey Jude
  2. Day Tripper
  3. Let it be
  4. Here comes the sun
  5. Come together

How can you use the Beatles Backing tracks?

 

Beatles Backing Tracks

Why the Beatles? This band is the most popular in the sofasession community. That’s why we decided to create some tracks for you guys, yay. And not just some backing tracks. Multi-tracks! Use them in your sessions, play along, add and record your own instruments. Mute or replace single tracks to create your own remix of the famous songs. We wish you a lot of fun with these Beatles backing tracks!

Hey Jude

This first of the Beatles backing tracks is maybe one of the most famous songs by the Beatles, written by Paul McCartney and John Lennon and released in 1968. It was written for John Lennon’s son Julian after the divorce of this parents. Find the chords and tabs here and here are the lyrics.

Verse: F – C – C7 – Csus7 – F – Bb – F – C7 – F – F7
Chorus: Bb – Bb/A – Gm7 – Gm7/F – C7/E – C7 – F – F7
Na-na-part: F – Eb – B7 – F

Hey Jude – Beatles Backing Tracks
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Day Tripper

This song from the album Rubber Soul was released 1965 – and is about “weekend hippies” as Lennon said it in an interview. The song was written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney.And now we included it in the Beatles track collection.

Originally the instruments are rhythm guitar, lead guitar, bass, tambourine, and vocals. Add some other instruments, it will sound cool for sure! Log in now to use the multi-track Beatles backing tracks.

Here are some tabs & chords of Day Tripper

E|—————————–|
B|—————————–|
G|—————————–|
D|———2-0—-4—0-2—|
A|——-2—–2—-2———|
E|-0-3-4———————-| 4x

E7 – A7 – E7 – F# – A – G# – C# – B

Got a good reason for taking the easy way out
Got a good reason for taking the easy way out now
She was a day tripper, a one-way ticket yeah
It took me so long to find out, and I found out

She’s a big teaser, she took me half the way there
She’s a big teaser, she took me half the way there now
She was a day tripper, a one-way ticket yeah
It took me so long to find out, and I found out

Tried to please her, she only played one night stands
Tried to please her, she only played one night stands now
She was a day tripper, a Sunday driver yeah
It took me so long to find out, and I found out

Day tripper
Day tripper yeah
Day tripper
Day tripper yeah
Day tripper

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Let it be

This song was released in 1970 and is written by Paul McCartney – his final single before leaving the band. Find the chords and tabs of Let it Be here & here are the lyrics.

Verse: C – G – Am – Fmaj7 – F6 – C – G – F – C/E – Dm – C
Chorus: Am – C/G – F – C – C – G – F – C/E – Dm – C
Instrumental: F – C/E – Dm – C – Bb – F/A – G – F – C (2x)

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Here comes the sun

This song by Georga Harrison was released in 1969. Harrison sang the song, played the guitar and the Moog. Did you know it was the first song featuring a Moog? Find the chorus and tabs here and the lyrics here. The chords are:

Chorus: D – G – E7 – D

Verse: D – G – A7 (2x)

Bridge: F – C – G/B – G7 – D – A7 – A7sus4

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Come together

How can you use the Beatles Backing Tracks?

Easy! Hit the play button to listen to the song and play along. Hit the “contribute” button next to it to access the multi-track – here you can mute and record new single tracks and instruments of the song. How to access the whole free multi-track collection? Create your sofasession profile in 3 seconds here and start your Beatles jam session. Learn more about the backing track library you can use and how to jam online for free.

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