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Discussion in 'Tablature and Notation [BG]' started by atom1962, Sep 30, 2008.
Everytime you go away" anyone have it?
man, nobody has got it, thats too bad, i really want to learn it..Pino let me have it , please.
thanks for the TAB
maybe it was Pino who send it to me....who knows
I know this is a fairly old thread, but where exactly can this tablature be found (everytime you go away)........
Hi!!! I'm looking for this Pino´s tab too... Can you help us Atom1962???
ME 2 Atom1962 ne chance of a helping hand? and does ne1 have tabs 4 gonna tear your playhouse down by pino??? i would kill for those bad boys
Why not just put the CD on or click it up on youtube and learn it? TAB is for gui****s! lol...
Dude I love Pino's sound on No Parlez. Great album. Not a fan of blue-eyed soul, but that one is pretty good, although mostly covers, still a good album.
I'd like to at least be able to reproduce this sound.
I'll have to get a fretless soon.
Don't forget your Octave Pedal!
Sorry to totally hijack the thread but what is the secret to that early 80's Pino sound as showcased in No Parlez?
I used to get it by just adding some chorus...
It'll be good ear training!!.
Back in the day I had to sight read it from the "Pop Plan" arrangement as an audition piece. I also had to sight read Wham's "Wake me up before you go go" - with that tricky run after the second "take me dancing tonight" - and fake "Moon River" in C (you got to play some Waltzes)
i got it now.....pm me guys. i ll email it to you.
Pauline......give me your email , i ll mail it to you.
somewhere in setup you turned off "reply" to you...so i cant answer your message
I'd be really grateful for this and any other Pino Tabs. I would especially like We Take Mystery To Bed (Gary Numan) if anyone has it.
Pino's sound then was centered on a pre-EB fretless Stingray (the 2-band EQ is different than the EB with 3-band EQ), a very very light set of Rotosound stailess rounds, a Boss OC-2 octave pedal, and his touch. A very important part of his Paul Young sound was the arrangements and production. It gave the bass a lot of room in the mix AND in the arrangements.
can I have the tab, please?
Me too please