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Four On Six ukulele

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Harper&Co.

Wes Montgomery
Four on Six- chords with standard jazz extensions (look in ultimate guitar's huge
chord dictionary if you need to know how to play one.

First, I will give the intro notes heard at the beginning of the song played by the
bass in even quarter notes


E--------------------
B--------------------
G--------------12----
D------12--10--------
A--10----------------
E--------------------
repeat 4x then guitar and bass come in with...

E--------------------------------------------------------12
B--------------13------------11------------------11--10----
G------12--10---------10--8---------9--7------8------------
D--10--------------8-------------7--------10---------------
A----------------------------------------------------------
E----------------------------------------------------------

play first part again
E--------------------
B--------------------
G--------------12----
D------12--10--------
A--10----------------
E--------------------

repeat 4x

then chords come in

Am7(11) / D7#9/

then play (again!)
E--------------------
B--------------------
G--------------12----
D------12--10--------
A--10----------------
E--------------------

repeat 2x

then chords come in for the rest of the song with the melody played under them.

/ = end of measure

Gm7/ Gm7/ Gm7/ Gm7/

Cm7 f7#11/ Bbm7 Eb7#11/ Am7 D7#11/ Ebm7 Ab7#11/

Gm7/ Gm7/ Gm7/ Gm7/

Cm7 f7#11/ Bbm7 Eb7#11/ Am7 D7#11/ Ebm7 Ab7#11/

Am7(11) / D7#9 / D7 / D7 /


Now the solo section (which is reapeated throughout the rest of the song while
Wes takes his solo)

Gm7 / Gm7 / Gm7 / Gm7 /

Cm7 F7/ Bbm7 Eb7/ Am7 D7/ Ebm7 Ab7/

Gm7/ Gm7/ Gm7/ Cm7 F7/

Bbmaj7/ Am7b5 D7b9/ Gm7/ Am7b5 D7b9/

AND THAT"S ALL FOLKS

Thanks,
Harper&Co.

            
            
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