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Tonight I'll be Staying Here With You

Bob Dylan from Nashville Skyline. I hadn't listened to this in a long time. Joe H reminded me of this one. Great song.

Adobe Acrobat file 9K Alan Z Oct 22, 2009

How Deep Is Your Love

by the Bee Gees. We all lived through disco (Saturday Night Fever), but you gotta take a great song where you find it. I rediscovered this on a youtube vid of a cover by of all people John Frusiciante (lead guitarist of the Red Hot Chili Peppers).

Adobe Acrobat file 10K Alan Z Oct 25, 2009

Streets Of London

by English folk singer Ralph McTell

Adobe Acrobat file 9K Alan Z Nov 1, 2009

End Of The World

sad country song by Skeeter Davis from 1963. I heard it last night at the end of an episode of Mad Men. Here in G, if you want to play with the Bb original capo on 3rd fret.

Adobe Acrobat file 7K Alan Z Nov 2, 2009

Heart of the Country

from Paul McCartney's 1971 Ram Album. The scat guitar part is hard but I keep trying.

Adobe Acrobat file 9K Alan Z Nov 12, 2009

House Of The Rising Sun

Traditional song covered by everybody under the sun. Most famous is probably the Animals and Bob Dylan. This is also a great chord progression for jamming over.

Adobe Acrobat file 6K Alan Z Nov 12, 2009

Don't Think Twice, It's All Right

Bob Dylan classic. Dylan uses a capo on 4 to bring it from C to E.

Adobe Acrobat file 7K Alan Z Nov 17, 2009

Five Hundred Miles

popularized by Peter, Paul and Mary. My chords differ slightly from other chords out there on the web, but this is how I remember it, from singing it at summer camp a long time ago.

Adobe Acrobat file 7K Alan Z Nov 25, 2009

Early Morning Rain

Gordon Lightfoot classic, that was made a hit by Peter, Paul and Mary

Adobe Acrobat file 7K Alan Z Nov 27, 2009

As Tears Go By

The mellow, sensitive, acoustic side of the Stones.

Adobe Acrobat file 7K Alan Z Nov 28, 2009

I Will

by the Beatles. I always played this in F like the Beatles and always found it slightly uncomfortable. I recently saw a youtube video of Sir Paul playing it in E. I'ts easier that way and as a bonus it's slightly easier to sing in E.

Adobe Acrobat file 10K Alan Z Dec 9, 2009

Under The Boardwalk

big hit for the Drifters. I believe we did this at one of the meetups during the summer. December sure seems like a long way from being under the boardwalk.

Adobe Acrobat file 7K Alan Z Dec 9, 2009

Oh! Darling

by the Beatles. Side 1 Track 4 of Abbey Road.

Adobe Acrobat file 9K Alan Z Dec 12, 2009

Kansas City

by Lieber and Stoller. This is sort of a combo arrangement of several versions. We need to do more blues. My favorite version of the song is David Bromberg's awesome version from his '74 Album 'Wanted Dead or Alive'.

Adobe Acrobat file 6K Alan Z Jan 9, 2010

City of New Orleans

The late Steve Goodman wrote this classic made famous by Arlo Guthrie

Adobe Acrobat file 10K Alan Z Jan 16, 2010

Cowgirl In The Sand

by Neil Youg. It has a palm muted, syncopated beat that you can really get in to. Reformatted with some chord/tab corrections.

Adobe Acrobat file 9K Alan Z Jan 20, 2010

The Weight

Great Band tune with three part harmonies. Reformatted.

Adobe Acrobat file 6K Alan Z Jan 20, 2010

Tennessee Waltz

classic country waltz (1947) by Redd Stewart and Pee Wee King. Originally recorded by Roy Acuff, and later popularized by Patti Page and by Les Paul and Mary Ford. Covered by many others. Here with a second verse added by Leonard Cohen.

Adobe Acrobat file 6K Alan Z Jan 21, 2010

This Land Is Your Land

folk classic by Woody Guthrie

Adobe Acrobat file 6K Alan Z Jan 22, 2010

Up On The Roof

another Goffin/King masterpiece.

Adobe Acrobat file 7K Alan Z Jan 22, 2010

Sounds of Silence

by Simon and Garfunkel

Adobe Acrobat file 6K Alan Z Jan 30, 2010

The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down

by Robbie Robertson and the Band. Covered Joan Baez and many others. Two versions now included, in G to play along with Ed ;) and in C to play along with Robbie.

Adobe Acrobat file 11K Alan Z Feb 1, 2010

Catch The Wind

wonderful tune by Donovan. Capo on 3 to play with the record.

Adobe Acrobat file 9K Alan Z Feb 1, 2010

Behind Blue Eyes

from the 1971 Album Who's Next (great album cover). More recently covered by Limp Bizkit. Song requested by Jim. Added a second page that clarified the chord progression during the rockin' part.

Adobe Acrobat file 13K Alan Z Feb 9, 2010

Across The Universe

John Lennon tune from the Beatles last released album.

Adobe Acrobat file 9K Alan Z Feb 3, 2010

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