Sally Goodin by Misc Country

Sally Goodin tab by Misc Country

Guitar tabs

Path: hydra.acs.ttu.edu!hermes.chpc.utexas.edu!cs.utexas.edu!not-for-mail
Newsgroups: alt.guitar.tab
Sender: daemon@cs.utexas.edu
Message-ID:
NNTP-Posting-Host: cs.utexas.edu

Hi

Here's TAB for Sally Goodin, a traditional fiddle tune, and a
Texas-style/Western Swing accompaniment for it. This is from the
article "Swinging With Sally Goodin" by Jim Wood, from the Sept/Oct
1990 issue of Acoustic Guitar magazine.

I have TABbed the melody as if it were played in G. The accompaniment
is in A, though, so you'll have to capo at the second fret to make the
melody work with the accompaniment. It's in 2/4. So each "|" above the
staff represents an eighth note.


Sally Goodin (traditional)
arr. Jim Wood, TAB by Bo Parker bo_parker@fbpmac.msfc.nasa.gov

Melody:
(Don't worry about the chord symbols - fingerings are given below.
D#o7 means D# diminished 7th.)

 A    A9/C#   D    D#o7   A    A#o7   Bm7   E7
 |  |  |  |   |  |  |  |   |  |  |  |   |  |  |  |
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
|---0---0---------|---0-------------|---0---0---------|-----------------|
|-0---2---0---0-0-|-0---2-0---0-0-0-|-0---2---0-2-0---|-----------0-0-0-|
|-----------------|---------2-------|---------------2-|-0---0-0-2-------|
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
|
 A    A9/C#   D    D#o7   E7   F#m    E7/G#  A
 |  |  |  |   |  |  |  |   |  |  |  |   |  |  |  |
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
|---0---0---------|---0-------------|---0---0---------|-----------------|
|-0---2---0---0-0-|-0---2-0---0-0-0-|-0---2---0-2-0---|-----------0-0-0-|
|-----------------|---------2-------|---------------2-|-0---0-0-2-------|
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|

 A    A7/G   D/F#  Dm/F   A/E   D#o7   E7/D  E7/B
 |  |  |  |   |  |  |  |   |  |  |  |   |  |  |  |
|-----------------|---3-0-----------|---3-0-----------|-----------------|
|-----0-1-3---3-3-|-3-----3-0-3-3-3-|-3-----3-0-------|-----------------|
|-0-2-------------|-----------------|-----------2-0---|-----------0-0-0-|
|-----------------|-----------------|---------------2-|-0---0-0-2-------|
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|

 A    A9/C#   D    D#o7   E7   E7/B   E7/G#    A
 |  |  |  |   |  |  |  |   |  |  |  |   |  |  |  |
|-----------------|---3-0-----------|---3-0-----------|-----------------|
|-----0-1-3---3-3-|-3-----3-0-3-3-3-|-3-----3-0-------|-----------------|
|-0-2-------------|-----------------|-----------2-0---|-----------0-0-0-|
|-----------------|-----------------|---------------2-|-0---0-0-2-------|
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|


OK - now the accompaniment. Note the nice walking bass lines. The
whole thing is done bass-strum, bass-strum, etc.

 A    A9/C#   D    D#o7   A    A#o7   Bm7   E7
 |  |  |  |   |  |  |  |   |  |  |  |   |  |  |  |
|-----------------|-----2-------2---|-----------------|-----2-------0---|
|-----2-------5---|-----3-------1---|-----2-------2---|-----3-------0---|
|-----2-------4---|-----2-------2---|-----2-------0---|-----2-------1---|
|-----2-------5---|-0-------1-------|-----2-------2---|----(0)------0---|
|-0-------4-------|-----------------|-0-------1-------|-2-----------2---|
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|---------0-------|

 A    A9/C#   D    D#o7   E7   F#m    E7/G#  A
 |  |  |  |   |  |  |  |   |  |  |  |   |  |  |  |
|-----------------|-----2-------2---|-----3-------5---|-----7-------5---|
|-----2-------5---|-----3-------1---|-----3-------5---|-----5-------5---|
|-----2-------4---|-----2-------2---|-----4-------6---|-----7-------6---|
|-----2-------5---|-0-------1-------|-2-------4-------|-6-------7-------|
|-0-------4-------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|

 A    A7/G   D/F#  Dm/F   A/E   D#o7   E7/D  E7/B
 |  |  |  |   |  |  |  |   |  |  |  |   |  |  |  |
|-----5-------5---|-----------------|-----------------|-------------0---|
|-----5-------5---|-----7-------6---|-----5-------7---|-----5-------0---|
|-----6-------6---|-----7-------7---|-----6-------5---|-----4-------1---|
|-7-------5-------|-----7-------7---|-----7-------7---|-----6-------0---|
|-----------------|-9-------8-------|-7-------6-------|-5-------2-------|
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|

 A    A9/C#   D    D#o7   E7   E7/B   E7/G#  A
 |  |  |  |   |  |  |  |   |  |  |  |   |  |  |  |
|-----------------|-----2-------2---|-----------------|-----------------|
|-----2-------5---|-----3-------1---|-----5-------5---|-----3-------2---|
|-----2-------4---|-----2-------2---|-----7-------7---|-----4-------2---|
|-----2-------5---|-0-------1-------|-----6-------6---|-----2-------2---|
|-0-------4-------|-----------------|-7---------------|---------0-------|
|-----------------|-----------------|---------7-------|-4---------------|


Enjoy!

See ya

-Bo Parker
bo_parker@fbpmac.msfc.nasa.gov

I do not speak for my employer, whoever that is.

``Squid eating dough in a polyethylene bag is fast & bulbous.''
``Got me?

Find guitar tabs and chords

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z #