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Song Name: Mr Tambourine Man/ Newport_1964 By: Bob Dylan
Posted By: Chris_01234 Difficulty: Any
Key: E Genre: General
Harp Type: Diatonic Audio: Mr Tambourine Man/ Newport_1964
Created: 2014-10-12 22:08:31 Modified: 2014-11-14 18:55:04
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Song:

From 1964 live/ Newport Folk Festival

nb; -> means slide into note/ chord.

If audio link fails google; mr tambourine man 1964 newport
or copy & paste;
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OeP4FFr88SQ

I have ignored the first couple of notes/chords before the first solo,
and the last few notes/chords at the end.

One more unusual phrase which I'll call "stammering"
makes up line 4. I have broken line 4 into 4 sub-phrases to make it easier to follow.
The fifth line [ -2 -5] is coming out of the "stammer" and into the
next phrase.

 


1st solo;

6 7 7 -7 7 -65 65 -54
5 -6 6 -4 4
4 -4 5 6 -6 6  -6 65 -5 5

-2sb 23
-2->-[23]  2
-2sb 23
-2->-[23]  2
-2  >>>-5

7 7 -6->-65 6 65 -5
5 -6 6 5 4
4 -4 5->6 6 6 6 -6 6 -5 5 -4sb 4 43


2nd solo;

->->7  7 7 7 -7
6  -6  6 -6  -6  6

5 -6 6  -4  4

4 -45 45 -65 65 -45 4
4 -45 45 -65 65 -45 4
4 -45 45 -65 65 -45 4
4 -45 45 -65  6   5 4

45 -45  45 567 567 567 567     
-567 567 -456 456
-354  456  -4.....

567->67->7 7 7 7 -7        ***   
7 -6 6->5 -4
5 -6 6 -4  4

4 -4 5 56 56 56 56 -56 56 -45 45
-45 34 34


also nb;

*** ignore "567->67->" initially if it's confusing.
some notes are actually chords but
not like 56 for eg but may be 5 with
some 4 and/or 6 leaking in.

please pm me with any corrections and I will edit.

Cheers, Chris


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