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Interactive bass

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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: Mark 

*********************************Interactive************************************

by O(+> from the CD-ROM Interactive

I.   Performance Notes

	On this track from the O(+>Interactive CD-ROM, O(+> or Sonny T is
playing a five string bass.  However, I have no such instrument, and therefore
have simulated a five string bass by tuning the low E string of my four string
bass to D.
	A live version of this track from the KTS bootleg "Welcome 2 The 
Beautiful Experience,"  features very similar playing.  The only difference is
a slightly more aggressive tone, achieved by using the slap and pop technique,
on the chorus section of the song.
	At the start of the song, Rhythm Figure 1 is played by the guitar two
times before the bass enters.  The bass enters at 00:23, playing Rhythm Figure
1.  The guitar solo section is carried by the bass.  This progression looks
like this:
	1. INTRO section
	2. VERSE section (w/o the
	   last measure)
	3. VERSE section (w/o the
	   last measure)
The Outro, instead of being another rhythm figure, is simply two notes that
signal the end of the song.


II.  Tablature

00:00
(Hello, welcome to the dawn, playground for the.....)

00:12

1. INTRO

00:23

("pickup")
 (notes")  [ Rhythm Figure 1         ]
GI---------I---------------I---------I----------I---------I
DI-----3---I---------------I-----3---I----------I-----3---I
AI-3-5---5-I-3-2-0-----5-3-I-3-5---5-I-3-2-0----I-3-5---5-I
DI---------I-------3-0-----I---------I-------5--I---------I


2. VERSE 1

GI---------------I---------I---Rhy.---I----------I---------I
DI---------------I-----3---I--Fig.-1--I----------I-----3---I
AI-3-2-0-----5-3-I-3-5---5-I-2-times--I-3-2-0----I-3-5---5-I
DI-------3-0-----I---------I---here---I-------5--I---------I

I picked up my paper 2 day
I'll give u one guess what they say
Now we got 2 learn how 2 play, interactive

3. VERSE 2

(Same As Verse 1)

Another cross in need of a road
Another loop in need of a hole
Another body in need of a soul, interactive
Ain't that a bitch

4. CHORUS
 
 [ Rhythm Figure 2                    ]
GI----------I----------I---------------I--Rhy.---I---------I---------I
DI-----3----I-----5----I-------------3-I-Fig.-2--I-----3---I-----5---I
AI----------I----------I--5-3-2----3---I--Times--I---------I---------I
DI--3----3--I--5----5--I---------3-----I--here---I--3----3-I--5----5-I

GI---------I
DI---------I
AI---------I
DI--5------I

Tell me what 2 do and I'll do it
I don't care just as long as we get 2 it
Up and down around and all through it
Baby, baby, baby, lets do it...interactive

(That was just an example of the.....)

5. PRE-SOLO

GI---------I---------------I---------I---Rhy.---I----------I
DI-----3---I---------------I-----3---I--Fig.-1--I----------I
AI-3-5---5-I-3-2-0-----5-3-I-3-5---5-I--2-times-I-3-2-0----I
DI---------I-------3-0-----I---------I---here---I-------5--I

Interactive

I work twice as hard 
2 follow u no matter how far
Til you want 2 play with no more than the strings on this guitar

Ain't that a bitch

6. GUITAR SOLO
(intro section-one time, omit the last measure of verse section and
	play that two times)

(spoken) Interactive Oh Oh o
	 One More, one more

7.  OUTRO

GI---------I---------I
DI---------I---------I
AI----3----I----5----I
DI---------I---------I

(If you would like to.....)

---------------------------------------------------------
transcribed by Mark Miller<>



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