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Stop In The Name Of Love
Song Writers: Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, Edward Holland
Original Artists: The Supremes
Original Bassist: James Jamerson (With The Funk Brothers)

Tabbed by bass50611. Another Jamerson master piece
Everything played as he liked it - below the 5th fret and open
strings where possible.
Note the ending of the verse is not the same as ending of chorus,
pause on the first 'C'

Any comments e-mail me at goldenoldie.benson@sky.com

Intro:
G------------------------------------------------------------------|
D--------------------------------------------------------22--33----|
A--0----0-1--2-22-------------------------3-3-3-3-3---33-----------|
E-----------------1-1----1-1--2---3-33---3-------------------------|

G--------------------------|
D--------------------------|
A--3-3-3-3-3---33-00-------|
E---------------------33---|

Verses 1 (& 2):
G--------------------------------------------------------------------|
D--------------------------------------------------------------------|
A--3-----3-----3-33----------1----0-00-------------------------------|
E-------------3------1-2-3-----4--------1-0-1---1--2--3--33---3-2-1--|

                                                    .
G----------------------------------------------------------------|
D----------------------------------------------------------------|
A---------------23-33---2-22-----------3----------2-3-----3-3-3--|
E--1--2--3---3----------------00-1---11----1-11------------------|

              .
G---------------------------------------|
D-----22--33----------------------------|
A--33---------3-----3-3-3---33-00-------|
E----------------------------------33---|

Chorus:
G------------------------------------------------------------------|
D------------------------------------------------------------------|
A--0----0-1--2-22----------------------------0---0-1-2---2---------|
E-----------------3-0-1----1--2--3---33---3-4--------------3-2-1---|

G-----------------------------------------------------------------|
D--------------------------------22--33---------------------------|
A-----------------3-3-3-3-3---33----------3-3-3-3-3---33-00-------|
E---1-2-3---33---3-------------------------------------------33---|

Verse 3:
G------------------------------------------------------------------|
D------------------------------------------------------------------|
A---3----3----3---33----------1----0--0----------------------------|
E--------------------1-2-3-----4--------0-1---1--2--3--33---3---1--|

G-----------------------|
D-----------------------|
A-----------------------|
E---1--2--3---3---3-4---|

Repeat Chorus to Fade:

            
            
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LBassy 39 Jul 06, 2016 09:57 AM

It's hilarious to see you calling this "another Jamerson masterpiece" when it's actually "another Carol Kaye masterpiece." Get your facts straight. Jamerson did not play on all Motown recordings, and none of the ones that were done in LA.

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bass50611 13,467 Jul 07, 2016 02:01 AM

Yet more drivel from LBassy. Berry Gordy closed down Hits Ville recording studios and the disbandment of The Funk Brothers in 1972 and moved to LA. That's when Carol Kaye recorded the odd song for Motown. Jamerson was seriously ill in 1972 with cirrhosis of the liver and died shortly after in LA.
This recording was in 1965 when Jamerson, along with the funk brothers played on this recording - AND THAT IS FACT

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