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Straight No Chaser tab

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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: parker_b%aplvax.span@Fedex.Msfc.Nasa.Gov
Subject: TAB: Straight, No Chaser by Thelonious Monk

This is a 12-bar blues.  The indicated chords are simple, but you can
alter or spice them up any way you wish. This tune is pretty typical
of Monk's melodic sense: it's simple, but wry and not obvious.

Straight, No Chaser by Thelonious Monk
TAB by Bo Parker (parker_b%aplvax.span@fedex.msfc.nasa.gov)

      >>>

      A7                      D7

   &  1  &  2  &  3  &  4  &  1  &  2  &  3  &  4  &
E--------7--8--9-----------7--8--9--10-8---------------|
B-----10----------------10-----------------------------|
G--9-----------------9-----------------------------9---|
D------------------------------------------------------|
A------------------------------------------------------|
E------------------------------------------------------|


  A7

  1  &  2  &  3  &  4  &  1  &  2  &  3  &  4  &
E----7--8--9-----------7--8--9-----------7--8------|
B-10----------------10----------------10-----------|
G----------------9-----------------9---------------|
D--------------------------------------------------|
A--------------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------------|


  D7

  1  &  2  &  3  &  4  &  1  &  2  &  3  &  4  &
E----------7--8--9--10-8---------------------------|
B-------10-----------------------------------------|
G----9---------------------------------------------|
D--------------------------------------------------|
A--------------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------------|


  A7                      C#m7        F#7

  1  &  2  &  3  &  4  &  1  &  2  &  3  &  4  &
E----------7--8--9-----------7--8--9-----------7---|
B-------10----------------10----------------10-----|
G----9-----------------9-----------------9---------|
D--------------------------------------------------|
A--------------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------------|


  Bm7                     E7

  1  &  2  &  3  &  4  &  1  &  2  &  3  &  4  &
E-8--9--10-------------------------7--8--9--10-----|
B-------------------8--9-----10-11-----------------|
G----------9--10-11----------------------------9---|
D--------------------------------------------------|
A--------------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------------|


  A7                      Bm7         E7

  1  &  2  &  3  &  4  &  1  &  2  &  3  &  4  &
E----7--8--9---------------------------------------|  repeat from >>>
B-10-----------------------------------------------|
G----------------------------------------------9---|
D--------------------------------------------------|
A--------------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------------|

Enjoy

-Bo Parker
parker_b%aplvax.span@fedex.msfc.nasa.gov

I do not speak for my employer, whoever that is.

``...the razor inside, sir...jerk the handle...''

            
            
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njj246 120 Mar 16, 2007 02:20 PM

not accurate

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TK1 238 Aug 03, 2010 09:32 PM

its correct, all the notes are diatonically correct. i would personally play it in a lower octave however.

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