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Discussion in 'Tablature and Notation [BG]' started by DRafalske, Apr 3, 2009.
I think I'm playing the intro wrong. Can anyone clarify it for me?
G A D E C D G A (2x)
The first two notes are played on the D string, the next four on the A string and the final two on the E string.
Yep. I was playing it wrong.
That's a handy little riff to keep in your toolkit as you can use it in part or in total when you improv bass parts.
Are you in a band that is covering that tune or are you learning it for other purposes. "Dark Eyed Cajun Woman" is one of my most favorite tunes to play live.
I'm in a band that covers that. I've played it live many, many times but it always sounded a little off to me. I was close, but what you gave me is spot on.
It's one of my favorite songs too.
We just started doing "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed" and I think it's my new favorite. What a fun song to play and the crowds always go nuts at that first change.
I love that tune!
Such a funky feel when you lay off of the one
After 20+ years of playing bass I've just begun to realize just how FUNKY the Doobies bass playing really is. . . . .
hi, is there some place i can go where find the rest of thebass parts love song trying to learn it, self teaching my self, new at bass playing off and on for 2 years now i have more time to practice.
I couldn't tell you. My style of playing when covering songs is to start with the basic chord chart and improv from there. Sometimes I play very close to the original artist, sometimes not. On Dark Eyed Cajun Woman I'm playing way different from the recording.
Your best bet is to search:
"[song title] chord chart"
You will find a ton of bass transcriptions here. Lots of Doobies Bros transcriptions, including Dark Eyed Cajun Woman: