Nope. I think I should go ahead and give the answer for mine. After pulling up the song in question and listening to it more closely, my hint really doesn’t sound like the middle riff from the Live at Leeds version of Shakin’ All Over…at all. :dubious:
I think this game would be great to play around a campfire.
I’m going to try one more, if no-one has got any of mine by tomorrow I’ll try adding some clues, ultimately ending up with the band name. This next one is a bass riff:
dum dum dum da-dum, da-dum dum dum#dum dum dum da-#dum, da-dum dum dum [repeats]
Slight hints - in this one the commas simply represent a slight hesitation in the rhythm, and the # symbol shows a change of pitch; in 4), your only clue is the commas showing slight hesitations, no pitch changes are indicated (but this one is really very well-known; in 5), comma means the same, hyphenated syllables indicate the same note (except the first two!) and spaces are where there is a change of pitch.
Sorry if this isn’t in the spirit of the game but it looks like we could use the help!