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Robert Johnson: The New Transcriptions. Partitions pour Tablature Guitare(Symboles d'Accords)
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Chacune des chansons de Robert Johnson en notation standard et tablature de guitare. Inclus une longue introduction, des notes d'interprétation complètes, les paroles et des photos.
Inclus ces titres:
Come On In My Kitchen
Cross Road Blues (Crossroads)
Dead Shrimp Blues
Drunken Hearted Man
From Four Until Late
Hell Hound On My Trail
I Believe I'll Dust My Broom
If I Had Possession Over Judgment Day
I'm A Steady Rollin' Man (Steady Rollin' Man)
Kind Hearted Woman Blues
Last Fair Deal Gone Down
Little Queen Of Spades
Love In Vain Blues
Me And The Devil Blues
Milkcow's Calf Blues
Preachin' Blues (Up Jumped The Devil)
Ramblin' On My Mind
Stones In My Passway
Stop Breakin' Down Blues
Sweet Home Chicago
They're Red Hot
Traveling Riverside Blues
When You Got A Good Friend
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There are only a few experiences that I've had when playing guitar that can match when I tuned down to open E and played some of the voicings for Hellhound On My Trail. It'll give you some serious chills, like Mr. Robert is there with you in spirit.
There has been a lot of deliberation over what speed the recordings are being played back in the recordings we listen to as well as what tunings, etc. that RJ really used. No one seems to know all because of the brief time Mr. Johnson recorded and the mysteriousness that surrounds all that is him and his music. I believe that this is the closest we probably have, although it's probably not 100% accurate if I try to over analyze it. But, don't you let that stop you. A lot of hard work by these transcribers was done in order to present his music in sheet music and tab form to their best of their abilities. It's the best we have and it's worth it!
Any fan of the blues who wants to know where it was around 1930, before the electric guitar and production came into the forum with Chess Records in the 50s, should get this. There's much more than a simple I-IV-I progression and that cliché rhythm many people think of when it comes to the blues. This is where you begin. This is where that sound came from, as far as the evolution of blues guitar. This book isn't for the faint of heart, but dive in even if you don't think you're ready (like myself). There's only one way to learn to swim, jump in the deep end. Well, actually, don't take that advice literally or you'll probably drown. You get what I mean. Robert Johnson forever!
First, it is not a small format book. It is a full 9" x 12" format which is perfect for music scores.
Second, The transcriptions are very complete including the specific tuning for each song (and there are many with Robert Johnson) as well as capo locations where applicable. Very complete sheets of music.
Third, it is complete. That is, it contains all 29 of Robert Johnson's recorded song catalogue.
If you are unfamiliar with Robert Johnson, you will be surprised at how many of the blues "Standards" were written by Johnson.
If you're a blues guitarist and into the early Delta sound, then this is a prefect reference.