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" I can drean", SKUNK ANANSIE

taken from the album "Paranoid and sunburnt"

Here is the way I play this song :

The bassline is based on 4 differents patterns, the most difficult
to get is the first one ( Riff 1).

Intro :

G |---------------|
D |-11-9-11-------|
A |---------12-11-|
E |---------------|

Riff 1 :

G |-----------------------------------------------|
D |-----11------11-------11-------11--------------|
A |-9-9----9-11----11-12----11-12----12-14-12-11--|
E |-----------------------------------------------|

Bridge 1 :

G |----------------------------------|
D |----------------------------------|
A |-9-9-9-10-10-10-12-12-12-14-14-14-|
E |----------------------------------|

Riff 2 :

G |--------------------------------------------------------------------|
D |-------------------------------12-12-12-12-12-12--------------------|
A |-9-9-9-9-9-9-11-11-11-11-11-11--------------------------------------|
E |-------------------------------------------------12-12-12-12-12-12--|

Bridge 2 :

G |----------------------------------|
D |----------------------------------|
A |-9-9-9-10-10-10-11-11-11-12-12-12-|
E |----------------------------------|

Here is the structure of the song :

Intro 
Riff 1   :10 times
Bridge 1 : 2 times
Riff 2   : 2 times
Riff 1   :10 times with a little variation at the end of the 2nd and the
		   6th patterns : there is a short slapped bridge that
		   I will post later.
Bridge 1 : 2 times
Riff 2   : 4 times
Bridge 2 : 8 times
Riff 2   : 8 times

Tabbed by Emmanuel OLLAND
(This is the first Basstab I've sent to the OLGA.)

Any suggestions or comments :
eolland@univ-valenciennes.fr


            
            
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Alien_from_a_cd 420 Oct 17, 2005 12:43 AM

Riff 1 can also be played an octave lower. But hey, good job!

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Zakk_Wylde001 70 Nov 12, 2005 12:15 AM

Fantastic song....good work!

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philhitchman 10 Aug 17, 2015 11:45 PM

Cass plays it an octave lower...

G||----------------------------------|
D||----------------------------------|
A||------4-----4-----4-----4-0-2-0---|
E||--2-2---2-3---3-4---4-5---------4-|

...plus the progression in riff 1 goes up in semi-tones, so if you did play it an octave up it would look like this...

G |-----------------------------------------------|
D |-----11------11-------11-------11--------------|
A |-9-9----9-10----10-11----11-12----12-14-12-11--|
E |-----------------------------------------------|

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