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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. # #------------------------------------------------------------------------------# # Date: Thu, 27 Nov 1997 15:34:42 -0800 (PST) From: email@example.com (Keane, Ed) "southbound" by MxPx on the life in general album G it's all the same A D the same old with a different name G that's fine by me A D there's only one place that i wanna be chorus C D G southbound on I-5 C D G i'm driving and i'm dreaming' C D G there's no place i'd rather go C D staring at white lines on the side of the road G A C G A C D G A C G A C D G been on the road a while A D i gotta get back to the place with style G hang out, having fun A D i gotta get back to the beach in the sun chorus C D G southbound on I-5 C D G windows down and music on the stereo C D G i'm driving and i'm dreaming' C D G there's no place i'd rather go C D playing every night with the occasional fight G A C G A C D G A C G A C D C# D C# G (then a solo that i don;t know) then you end on D well i hope it works, it did for me! i got it off the MxPx site(www.mxpx.com) and they have almost every song tab by them! by firstname.lastname@example.org > >i have tabs that are not in us1 site here! and i want to add them but i > >don't know how! > > > .oooooo. ooooo .oooooo. .o. > d8P' `Y8b `888' d8P' `Y8b .888. > 888 888 888 888 .8"888. > 888 888 888 888 .8' `888. > 888 888 888 888 ooooo .88ooo8888. > `88b d88' 888 o `88. .88' .8' `888. > `Y8bood8P' o888ooooood8 `Y8bood8P' o88o o8888o > > > > HOW TO SUBMIT FILES TO OLGA (THE ON-LINE GUITAR ARCHIVE) > :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: > > OLGA, the On-Line Guitar Archive, is a natural development of > the guitar.tab newsgroups. The Archive provides a library of files that > is more permanent than usenet and is easily accessible, and attempts to > prevent repetition of work already done by the community. > > If you can educate others in how to play a song, type up > the chords and/or tab and/or playing tip and send it to both the > newsgroups *AND* the archive, and contribute to the community. > > OLGA is particularly looking to develop the weaker areas, such as bass tab, > acoustic and classical pieces, country, blues and jazz. > > OLGA, the On-Line Guitar Archive, is a natural development of > the guitar.tab newsgroups. The Archive provides a library of files that > is more permanent than usenet and is easily accessible, and attempts to > prevent repetition of work already done by the community. > > If you can educate others in how to play a song, type up > the chords and/or tab and/or playing tip and send it to both the > newsgroups *AND* the archive, and contribute to the community. > > OLGA is particularly looking to develop the weaker areas, such as bass tab, > acoustic and classical pieces, country, blues and jazz. > > Step 1. Preparing your file > Step 2. Sending us your file. > Step 3. Acceptance criteria. > Step 4. Your file at OLGA > > > > Step 1: Before you submit, make sure of the following: > Final a) That you have included the song name, artist's name > Preparations and your own name (and if different, the transciber's name) > > b) If you can, include other information such as the name > of the album from which the track comes, the name of the > author(s) of the words and music, details of the publisher > and catalogue number, and notes on what effects are used > and on how to play the music. It is also extremely useful > to mention if your file is a special version of the song, > such as from a live show or an acoustic recording. > > c) Make sure that the file is 'all your own work'. If you > take your crd/tab from a book or magazine that is copyrighted > it won't (knowingly) be archived. > > * d) Check the archive to ensure that you are not > duplicating material already there. If there is > already a version of a song, YOUR SUBMISSION WILL > BE SENT BACK TO YOU, and will not be accepted until the > file contains some note recognizing the presence of the > existing file and saying how the two versions compare, > and possibly instructions to the archivist. If a chord or > tab file already exists for the song, take it down > and incorporate your material with it. > Try to contact the original author to come to an agreement. > Always credit the original author and mention what each of > you has done. > > * e) Files must be written in (or saved as) plain-text. It's not > hard to save your work as plain text, so we will return any > Word 'doc' files or Wordperfect 'wps' (etc) files that you > send us. > > When writing in a word processor (word, macwrite, notepad, > etc) you should: > use courier font (or some other monospaced font) > limit the width of the page to 75 characters > save the file as text before sending > (When writing in any *text* editor (e.g. emacs, vi, ed, > pico) you will naturally have to do all these things.) > > > Step 2: Use Email > Submitting Use a subject line of the same form as you post > to news, i.e. TAB: 'songname' by 'artistname' (See Step 3) > > Files must be sent individually (that is, don't > send two files in one post, though tar files are acceptable. > Z and gzip compression are acceptable.) > > Send bass tab files to email@example.com > Send all other files to firstname.lastname@example.org > > Step 3: > Acceptance of your file has three steps: > 1. Successful receipt at olga.net > 2. Check for valid file type, format, brevity, etc. > 3. Check for duplication. > > 3.1. The subject line of your submission MUST start with > one of the prefixes listed below (three/four letters and a colon). > We appreciate it if you then can give the song name and artist name. > > Examples of good subject lines (in order of preference): > Subject: CRD: r/reed_lou/hello_its_me.crd > Subject: CRD: hello_its_me.crd by Lou Reed/John Cale > Subject: TAB: hello its me by Lou Reed/John Cale > Subject: PRO: 'Hello It's Me' (Lou Reed/John Cale) > > List of Prefixes: > CRD: - When you are sending a chord file > TAB: - When you are sending a tablature file > BTAB: - When you are sending a bass tab file > PRO: - When you are sending a Chordpro file > LYR: - When you are sending a lyrics file > > Step 3.2, 3.3: > Here are (some of) the criteria for acceptance, and what you should do > if you file fails these criteria. If your file fails any of these, it > will be sent back to you, within a week, with a request that it be fixed. > > The file includes the song name, artist's name, the transcriber's > name, and, if different, the submittor's name. > > The file is 'all your own work'. If you use material from a book or > magazine, it won't (knowingly) be archived. > > The file is substantially complete. Examples of insufficient detail > are: single line of tab; files without lyrics; verse but no chorus. > You should always make the form of the song clear, particularly if > there's a solo or bridge (for example) that you can't work out - lable > the various parts (intro, verse, chorus, bridge, etc) and give their > order. > > The file is not readable, due to unknown encoding when sending, or > because the file itself is not plain text. > Again: When writing a file, we advise using courier font in 10 pt > size. Restrict the page to a width of 75 characters and be sure the > lines don't run over. Save as text before sending. Do NOT send > us .doc (microsoft), .wps (word perfect) files, etc. that have not > been saved as text. > When sending, try to 'insert' the file into your message, rather than > 'attaching' it. We can read some attachment encodings, but not all. > > If a file for the song already exists: > you should get the existing version from the archive, > (go to http://www.olga.net and follow the instructions) > and integrate the two, in as far as this is possible. > (If the recordings on which the crd/tab are based are > different, this may not be possible. They may, for example, > be in different keys, or have different choruses, or be > special live or acoustic versions.) > If your file is for the same recording as the file already > existing, try to contact the original author to come to an > agreement. Always credit the original author and mention what > each of you has done. If you can't contact the author, try to > send a single file (your file and theirs integrated), giving your > alternative notation where necessary. If you are completely sure of > your work, you would not include the old file; if you are not > certain, give both alternatives in the single file. > > When you resubmit your file: > add a note at the head, addressed to the archivist, giving > instructions. Example: "Archivist - This file includes the > already existing one for this song, but adds the solo - please > replace the old one with this. I have kept the original author's > name along with mine." or "Note to Archivist - The solo > in the existing file is quite wrong, so i inserted the correct tab. > A note at the top says I wrote the solo. Please replace the > old file with this one." > > If your file meets the criteria for acceptance, it will be archived > within a week, and you should see it at the sites shortly after that. > > Step 4: > Your file at OLGA: > Any file archived becomes the property of the archive in so > far as material extraneous to the musical content (basically > the header and .sig) may be removed or edited. > > Posting to usenet or submission to the archive implicitly > gives permission for fair-use distribution. > The author's name and e-mail address will always be retained > if accompanying the file, along with any other information > the archivists deem relevant. > > The archivists retain the right to modify or remove files as > they see fit. > > In cases of duplication of a song, the archivists may remove > a transcription judged to be of inferior quality. As mentioned > above, submittors are expected to offer opinion as to the > quality of existing versions of files. > > Requests to have files removed or modified should be made to > the archivists by e-mail to email@example.com > > > Additions/corrections to this file welcomed - send to firstname.lastname@example.org > -------------- > Last Update Oct 97 > > cal woods email@example.com > Pete Palmer firstname.lastname@example.org > Ryan Harding email@example.com > Dean Gaudet firstname.lastname@example.org > Alex Randell email@example.com > Rick Schofield firstname.lastname@example.org > > OLGA - The On-Line Guitar Archive http://www.olga.net > >