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BIRTH OF THE GROOVE R&B SOUL FUNK GUITAR 1945-1965 DAVE RUBIN LIBRO CD TABLATURE Steve Cropper

BIRTH OF THE GROOVE, R&B SOUL AND FUNK GUITAR 1940-1965. DAVE RUBIN. LIBRO CON CD E TABLATURE

LIBRO METODO DI MUSICA R&B, SOUL, FUNK, CON CD

SPARTITI PER CHITARRA CON ACCORDI, PENTAGRAMMA E TABLATURE. 

La musica di Steve Cropper, Curtis Mayfield, Ike Turner, Mickey Baker, Billy Butler, Cornell Dupree, Tiny Grimes, Jerry Jemmott, Johnny Moore, Jimmy Nolen, Clif White, Robert Ward, e tanti altri. CD TABLATURE

Series: Guitar Educational
Softcover with CD - TAB
Arranger: Dave Rubin

The years 1945-1965 saw a radical and exciting shift in American popular music. Blues and swing jazz helped to produce a new musical form called rhythm and blues, which in turn set in motion the development of soul and funk, not to mention rock 'n' roll. What united these genres was an emphasis on the beat, or the groove, over the melody that would culminate in the syncopated monochord workouts of funk. Along the way, some of the greatest electric guitarists of the postwar years explored the boundaries of the new instrument with a rich array of hot licks. This book/CD pack explores everything from the swinging boogie of Tiny Grimes, to the sweaty primal funk of Jimmy Nolen, to the styles of Mickey Baker, Billy Butler, Steve Cropper, Cornell Dupree, Jerry Jemmott, Curtis Mayfield, Ike Turner and everyone in between. Includes in-depth lessons, historical analysis, rare photos, and a CD with 33 full-band tracks. 88 pages.

 

PREFACE
Thehistory of R&B, soul, and funk guitarists has been largely ignored when compared with that of blues guitarists. However, though they have tended to labor in obscurity in the shadow of vocalists, these unsung heroes have contributed significantly to the legacy of postwar electric guitar.
Inasmuch as the three genres have a far more varied selection of rhythmic and harmonic accompaniments than blues, the innovation and creativity has naturally occurred in the realm of backup, rather than soloing. Exceptions to this statement are to be found in the cerebral and emotional soloing of Billy Butler and Cornell Dupree, to name only the most obvious. It should be of interest to guitarists whose ears are mostly attuned to the sound of single-note lines, though, to understand the art form that Curtis Mayfield, Steve Cropper, and Robert Ward have made from the well-placed fill and chordal pattern.
The years 1945-1965 were chosen because it was the era where the most original advances were
made. That is not to say that great guitar music was not made after that date, only that the initial root source of the blues started to diminish in favor of more commercial influences. Perhaps a Volume II will be in order, particularly in the area of seventies funk.
I hope you will enjoy playing this remarkable music as much as I have, and that the history and biographies provide some sense of acknowledgement for the exceptional artists covered.
Dave Rubin New York City, 1999

DEDICATION
Iwould like to dedicate this book to my daughter, Michelle ("Cookie") and my wife, Cheryl.
Without their love and encouragement, I would "have the blues" more than playing and studying them.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Iam indebted to, Edward Komara, Nick Koukotas, Darrell Bridges, Ira Bolterman, Steve Kirkman,
and all at Hal Leonard Corporation for their invaluable help and suggestions.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface .
Dedication and Acknowledgments .
Introduction .
Scales and Chords for R&B, Soul, and Funk Guitar .
Tiny Grillles .
Johnny Moore .
Mickey Baker .
Ike Turner .
Billy Butler .
Clif White .
Curtis Mayfield .
Cornell Dupree .
Jerry Jemmott .
Steve Cropper .
Robert Ward .
Jimmy Nolen .
About the Author .
Guitar Notation Legend .

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EMMANUEL TOMMY ONLY Biskie-DriveTime-Luttrell-Mombasa-padre-Questions-robin-GUITAR TABLATURE LIBRO

EMMANUEL TOMMY, ONLY. GUITAR TABLATURE

LIBRO PER CHITARRA CON TABLATURE

NOTE FOR NOTE TRANSCRIBED SOLOS FROM THE ALBUM BY TOMMY EMMANUEL Certified Guitar Player.

Tommy Emmanuel has electrified audiences across the globe. This book contains note-for-note transcriptions of solos from Emmanuel's album Only in standard notation and tablature. Transcribed by Mark Pritcher.

 

TOMMY EMMANUEL
Hailed by Chet Atkins as "Without a doubt, one of the greatest guitar players on the
planet," Tommy Emmanuel has electrified audiences from Steve Kaufman's diminutive
Palace Theater in Maryville, Tennessee to the closing ceremony of the 2000 Olympics
in Sydney, Australia. Having concertized throughout much of the civilized world, this
dynamic performer who, in his words "happens to be a pretty good guitarist," made his
way to the fabled competition in Winfield Kansas as a guest artist for the first time in
2000. Shortly before Tommy's performances there, parking lot pickers were said to
have ceasedjamming and moved trance like in droves to a venue designed to hold perhaps 500,
now packed with three times that number ali to hear Tommy Emmanuel play
an acoustic guitar!
Although he has acted as a mentor to a dedicated few young guitarists in his native
Australia, Tommy seems destined to make his mark performing on the world stage. His
impeccable taste, flawless technique, and engaging personality have inspired fans and
critics alike.
 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
I sincerely hope that you enjoy learning these works of art from Tommy's CD
"QNLY". Many thanks to Tommy for the joy that his music brings usoThe folks at Mel
Bay have been very gracious in providing space for the entire tunes. There is enough
variation in the choruses to make "repeats" impractical and I couldn't bear to leave
anything out. Italian guitarist Daniele Bazzani had worked on these tunes independently
and was kind enough to supply me with his notes early on, and that made my
task easier. Thanks to Brett Wood for help with some "impossible" licks. These tunes vary in difficulty, and please remember that interpreting notes and positions by ear can be subjective at best! Feel free to let me know if you have questions about the music. And very special thanks
to my wife Carol and daughter Katelynn, who allowed me to take on this project. I
Mark Pritcher, Tennessee
 

THOSE WHO WAIT Played with a plectrum (straight pick) 6th string = D; guitar tuned down 1/2 step

"We learn so much in life/ dont we? Ufe is our teacher. Ufe is the school/ and if we're
smart we learn the lessons and learn from each other. I think one of the hardest things
that I've ever had to learn is patience; and trust and faith in believing that things are
going to work out. That's really hard to learn/ to be patient. That's what this song is
about. About truly trusting that if your motives are right/ and everything about you is
heading in the right direction/ then there is no way that you can go wrong. /'
The plectrum is held by the thumb and first finger, and you then use the pick and your
second and third fingers to play the strings. This is sometimes called "hybrid picking".
For a given tune, and a desired effect, the plectrum gives a different sound than the
thumb pick. But if you have never played in this style it can be a challenge. Take it slow
and easy and you will get it! It is not practical to put a plectrum direction on each note,
but you can lay your right hand on the strings, and get a feel for what strings the pick
contacts, and which strings your second and third fingers touch comfortably. If this
style is new to you, go through the tune first using thumb and three fingers, and when
you are familiar with it, you can start on the hybrid technique. It is helpful to study
Tommy's performance videos or DVD's and watch his right hand. Also the fingering is
often critical. In places, fingering can be an individual thing, and you play the way your
left hand feels the best. But most of the time that I have indicated fingering, it is
because it is as Tommy intended it to be played. What seems to be awkward at times,
usually turns out to be brilliant because he has a way of making the melodic ideas flow
together, due in large part to the choice of fingering.
In this tune the tempo is fairly even throughout. It starts with natural harmonics at the
seventh fret, as you lay your first finger across the neck. Tommy uses his left-hand
thumb often to fret the 6th string. This is the case with the opening motif, starting
with the bass in measure 4. For the most part, let notes ring and sustain whenever possible,
even if it is not indicated in the music. Tommy's left hand reach is remarkable, as
you can tell from the five fret stretch in measure 26. Measure 32 has one of the awkward
fingerings on the hammer-on that will take some practice! The left hand thumb
is put to use again for the passage starting in measure 37. In measure 82, there is a
quick natural harmonic on the fifth string, and then you use your left hand to play the
hammer-on on the sixth string.

 

 

- Biskie

- DriveTime

- I've Always Thought Of You

- Luttrell

- Mombasa

- Ol Brother Hubbard

- Padre

- Questions

- Sonce We Met  

- Stay Close to Me

- The Robin

- Those Who Wait

- Timberlake Road

- Train to Dusseldorf. 

 

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