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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, 25 Jun 1998 16:12:22 -0700
From: Logan Smith 
Subject: b/bible/red_hollywood.crd

Red Hollywood
by The Bible

Transcribed by LoganSmith@Juno.com
Date: July 28, 1997
This song is on The Bible^?s 1988 record, Eureka. It is a mellow jazz piece
at about 84 on
a metronome. There is a dainty electric guitar (guitar 1) coupled with a
jazzy electric.
(guitar 2). Both are played cleanly. The bass is an upright.


Guitar 1 (Figure 1)
          Bb          E9(#11)
e------------------------------|
B------3----------3------------|
G------3----------3------------|
D------3----------2------------|
A------------------------------|
E------------------------------|
This is the rhythm. (The dashes above the numbers denote the count on which
the chord
is played.)
_       _
1-&-2-&-3-&-4-&

Guitar 2 (Figure 1)
           C7                                       C7sus(1)
e-------------------------------------------------------------|
B------------5-------------------------------6----------------|
G--------3-------------------------------3--------------------|
D----5-------------------------------5------------------------|
A-------------------------------------------------------------|
E-------------------------------------------------------------|
Rhythm:
               _ _ _
1-&-2-&-3-&-4-&
(This rhythm is played with both the C7 and the C7sus. They are separated
by 4 counts of
rest.)

Guitar 2 (Figure 2)- Guitar 1 rests here.
    C7sus(2)  Eb7sus         Bb7sus   C7sus(2)    D5              D7#9
e----13------16-------------11------13-----------------------------------|
B--- 11------14-------------9-------11--------15----------6----6---------|
G----12------15-------------10------12--------14----------5----5---------|
D---------------------------------------------------------4----4---------|
A---------------------------------------------------------5----5---------|
E------------------------------------------------------------------------|
Rhythm:
_       _             _       _             ______ _ _
1-&-2-&-3-&-4-&|1-&-2-&-3-&-4-&|1-2-3-4|1-2-3-4|

Guitar 2 (Figure 3)
I am not sure about this part. I think it is an arpeggio on C7sus(1),
A7sus, and other
chords. If you figure out this part, please let me know.

The guitar and trumpet solos are in Em.

Intro: (Figure 1)
Verse
(Figure 1)
Don^?t think I^?ve ever been so ashamed.
You brought those ugly thoughts into our house,
Into our house.
         (Figure 2)
Now I find I^?m behind enemy lines.

Pre-Chorus
         (Figure 3)
Then he tells her how he wants her.
And he^?s going to be good, he^?s going to be,
Yes, he^?s going to be good.

Chorus
         (Figure 1)
But how can he be good when all the flags are coming down
In Red Hollywood?
In Red Hollywood.
          (Figure 2)
I^?ve been crying.
I^?ve been crying all night.......

Guitar Solo

Pre- Chorus

Chorus (no guitar 1)

Outro: Guitar 2 and Trumpet improvisation.

            
            
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