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Peaches En Regalia Tab

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
From: spxhaw@thor.cf.ac.uk (Howard Wright \(Hman\))

                              PEACHES EN REGALIA  -   FRANK ZAPPA
                           -------------------------------------------

                                From the album 'Hot Rats'


                                               tabbed by Howard Wright
                                               spxhaw@uk.ac.cf.thor


/ = slide
b = bend up  (e.g 11b13 means play 11th fret note and bend up a tone)
r = release bend (e.g 11b13r11 means play 11th fret note, bend up, then release)
h = hammer on
p = pull off


I've tried to TAB out as much as I know, and then I've written out just the chords
for the bits I didn't tab. I've written out chord names above the TAB as well to give
the basic feel.

Please note - chords with a  /  like  A/C#  mean A with a C# in the bass.

INTRO CHORDS :
---------------

You can't really play the bass notes with the chords on just
one guitar, but I've written out the chord names (including bass notes)
above the TAB anyway.


    Bm  A/B   Bm  F#m/B Bm   E/F#    Bm  A/B   Bm  F#m/B Bm   E/F#

E----------------------------------------------------------------|
B----7----5----3----2----3----0-------7----5----3----2----3----0-|
G----7----6----4----2----4----1-------7----6----4----2----4----1-|  REPEAT ONCE
D----9----7----4----4----4----2-------9----7----4----4----4----2-|
A----------------------------------------------------------------|
E----------------------------------------------------------------|

MAIN TUNE :
------------

    Bm                   A    Csus2           Dsus2        A   F#m

E---------------------------------------------------------------|
B----------------------5-------------5--------------------------|
G----4----4-4-4--6--7----6-----7---7---7p5p4--5-4---------------|
D--------------------------7-------------------------7-5--------|  REPEAT ONCE
A---------------------------------------------------------5-7---|
E---------------------------------------------------------------|


SAXES :
-------

   Bm                     A/C#          Dm

E--2-2-2---2-2--------------------------5-5-5---5-5---------------|
B--3-3-3---3-3--------------------------6-6-6---6-6---------------|
G--4-4-4---4-4---4-4--4--------2--4--6--7-7-7---7-7---7-7--7------|
D----------------4-4--4------2------------------------7-7--7------|
A----------------2-2--2---/4--------------------------5-5--5------|
------------------------------------------------------------------|

   C/E            Fm                                Eb/G

E-----------------8--8--8----8--8-----------------------------------|
B-----------------9--9--9----9--9-------------------------------8---|
G-------5--7--9--10-10-10---10-10---10--10----10----------8--10-----|
D-----5-----------------------------10--10----10--------8-----------|
A--/7-------------------------------8---8-----8-----/10-------------|
E-------------------------------------------------------------------|

  Db
                                *************************
E----------------------------------------------------------|
B-9-9-9-9-9p7-7p6-6----------------------------------------|
G-------------------8-8-6-6-6-6-6h8p6h8/10-----6h8p6/4/6---|
D----------------------------------------------------------|
A----------------------------------------------------------|
E----------------------------------------------------------|
                                *************************


(play the asterisked section twice)


   B
E----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B---------4-4-4--5-5--7-7--7---7/9/7p5p4-------------------------------------|
G--4--4-4--------------------------------6p4----4----------------------------|
D--------------------------------------------------7-6--6-4------------------|
A----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------------------------0-------------|

                             ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

There are quite a few phrases like these with lots of notes slurred together
into a run. It's probably a lot easier to do this on a sax (as it's played on
the original) than a guitar, but you can get close on a guitar with a bit of
practice.


LEAD GUITAR AND FLUTE BIT  :
-----------------------------

   E                    F#m

E--9-------------9-----------------------------------------------------------|
B-----12-----------12-9-----------------------------12-----------------------|
G--------11b13----------11b13r11--9--11--11-9-11b13--------------------------|
D----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E----------------------------------------------------------------------------|


   E                                          F#m

E--9-------------------9-------------------------------------------------------|
B----12--9---------------12--9---------------------12---12---------------------|
G----------11b13r11-9----------11b13r11-9--11-11/13---13---13/11-11-11p9-11-9--|
D------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E------------------------------------------------------------------------------|


   E                                        F#m

E--9---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B----12-9----------------------------------------------------------------------|
G---------11b13r11-9----9-9-11-9-11-11-9-11-13/11p9h11----11-11-11-9-9-9-9/6---|
D--------------------11--------------------------------------------------------|
A------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E------------------------------------------------------------------------------|


    E                                   F#m

E-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G---6-6-6/9/6--6p4h6-6-9/6p4h6-4h6-6-6--9-9-9-9-9--9-6-9/11-9-9-6-9-------|
D-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E-------------------------------------------------------------------------|


A  G#m7  A  G#m7

A  G#m7  A  G#m7

C  D  Bb  Eb  Ab  F  G      F/G


(Multiple saxes come in at this point)


F     C     C/Bb  Bb

F     C     C/Bb  Bb

F     C     C/Bb  Bb

F     C     C/Bb  Bb


THE FAST BIT :
---------------

All notes are quavers (8th notes)

  A                 B               G

E-------------------------------------7-----------7-------------|
B-------------------------------4-7-5---7-------7---------------|
G----2----------------------4-------------7-6-7-----------------|
D--2---2-------2--------4-----4---------------------------------|
A--------5-4-----4--6-----6-------------------------------------|
E------------5--------7-----------------------------------------|


   C                 F               D                  E
E-----------------8--------------------------------------------|
B------5--------8----------------5-6-5------------------5------|
G--7-----5--4-5------4---5-4-7-5--------7---7--4---7-----------|
D----7-----------------7------------------7------4---7---------|
A--------------------------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------------------------|


   E

E---------------------------------------------------------------|
B--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5---------------------------------------|
G---------------------------------------------------------------|
D---------------------------------------------------------------|
A---------------------------------------------------------------|
E---------------------------------------------------------------|

ORGAN PART :
------------

These are just the intro chords again, but using different inversions
for a bit of variety.
Again - bass notes are indicated by the chord names (A/B is A triad with
B bass) - but you can't easily play triads and bass notes together on one
guitar.


    Bm   A/B  Bm  A/B Bm  E/B     Bm/E  A/E   Bm/E A/E  Bm/E  E

E---10---9----7---5---7---4--------10----9-----7----5----7----4--------|
B---12---10---7---5---7---5--------12----10----7----5----7----5--------|
G---11---9----7---6---7---4--------11----9-----7----6----7----4--------|
D----------------------------------------------------------------------|
A----------------------------------------------------------------------|
E----------------------------------------------------------------------|


   Bm/E A/E Bm/E A/E Bm/E E       Bm/E  A/E   Bm/E A/E  Bm/E  E

E---10---9----7---5---7---4--------10----9-----7----5----7----4--------|
B---12---10---7---5---7---5--------12----10----7----5----7----5--------|
G---11---9----7---6---7---4--------11----9-----7----6----7----4--------|
D----------------------------------------------------------------------|
A----------------------------------------------------------------------|
E----------------------------------------------------------------------|

OUTTRO:
-------

    Bm                Aadd9    Csus2             Dsus2     A    F#m

E---------------------------------------------------------------|
B----------------------5----------------------------------------|
G----4----4-4-4--6--7----6-----7---7--9--7--5-4--5-4------------|
D--------------------------7-------------------------7-5--------|  REPEAT TO FADE
A---------------------------------------------------------5-7---|
E---------------------------------------------------------------|


Chord Shapes :
---------------

(a=10)


  EADGBE   EADGBE   EADGBE   EADGBE   EADGBE   EADGBE
  x24432   x02220   x3xx33   x5xx55   244222   x4222x

   Bm        A       Csus2    Dsus2    F#m      A/C#

 EADGBE   EADGBE   EADGBE   EADGBE   EADGBE   EADGBE
 x57765   x7555x   x8aa98   xa888x   x4666x   x2444x

  Dm       C/E      Fm       Eb/G     Db        B

 EADGBE   EADGBE   EADGBE   EADGBE   EADGBE   EADGBE
 022100   46444    x3555x   x5777x   x1333x   x6888x

   E       G#m7      C        D        Bb       Eb

 EADGBE   EADGBE   EADGBE   EADGBE   EADGBE   EADGBE
 466544   133211   355433   3x321x   6x555x   579655

   Ab       F        G       F/G      C/Bb    Aadd9
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kostkaskater wrote on January 18 2006, 10:57 am

It doesn't get any better than this huh?

Thanks alot for making this tab.

Chris Kostka

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markenator wrote on June 16 2006, 07:43 pm

cool tab man, i love this song. couldnt you just do the
bass notes for the chords with your thumb? thats what i do

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furrycow wrote on July 7 2006, 02:29 pm

thanks for doing this so well. don't think i could of learnt it alone!

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