One thing I love about this song (and the era it was recorded in) -
Measure 90, the bassist plays a real strong E when the band goes to the C chord.
He recovers quick, and (thankfully) the E is part of the C major chord, so it sounds OK down there…
But at no other point in the song does the bassist play anything other than the root of the chord on the downbeat.
It’s a flat out mistake.
I think I read the story that they recorded this early one day on tour, after playing the night before, before moving on to the next show. It was a hurried session (like they all were) and very live, and if you get a good take from the band (and more specifically, the vocals) you keep the take regardless of if the bassist makes a wee mistake or not.
And that’s the epic, legendary recording. Bass clam and all.
These little moments always help me in a show or session - the vibe! The groove! The take! Make the mistakes so long as the vibe and groove are nailed!