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Chord Req: Where Are You (from Déanta)

Sabine 16 Dec 03 - 08:55 AM
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Subject: Chord Req: Deanta - Where are you
From: Sabine
Date: 16 Dec 03 - 08:55 AM

Hi,

could anyone help me with the chords to the beautiful song of Deanta, please?

Thx in advance

Sabine


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Subject: RE: Chord Req: Deanta - Where are you
From: Sabine
Date: 17 Dec 03 - 11:43 AM

Really no help? Not anyone?

:o(((


Sabine


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Subject: RE: Chord Req: Deanta - Where are you
From: Sorcha
Date: 17 Dec 03 - 02:26 PM

I did look, found nothing. Sorry.


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Subject: RE: Chord Req: Deanta - Where are you
From: GUEST,a1exandernicol@tiscali.co.uk
Date: 01 Mar 05 - 03:51 PM

WHERE ARE YOU
Chords Capo at 5th fret

G:D:Am:C:G:D:Am:C:Em:D:Am:C:G:D:C back to G for second verse
When playing the Am chord hold only 2nd and 4th sting for a more sympathetic sound. I play tune with a flat pick. Alex


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Subject: RE: Chord Req: Deanta - Where are you
From: Sabine
Date: 05 Mar 05 - 11:14 AM

Hi Alex,

thank you very much!!!!

:o)

Kind regards

Sabine


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Subject: RE: Chord Req: Where Are You (from Déanta)
From: GUEST,Glenn
Date: 30 Apr 10 - 09:59 PM

Did Alex's chord progression work? I'm going to try it!

Write me at Glenn@zedek.us

Thanks.


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Subject: RE: Chord Req: Where Are You (from Déanta)
From: GUEST
Date: 01 May 10 - 12:20 AM

Another Deanta fan! Loved that band, especially their version of Lone Shanakyle


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Subject: RE: Chord Req: Where Are You (from Déanta)
From: GUEST,GUESTmarc
Date: 04 Apr 12 - 01:17 PM

I fingerpick this song, switching between some Travis "pinch patterns" and arpeggios, as the mood and melody strikes me. Don't let the names of the chords scare you. Notice they're all just the normal "E" chord and barred #minor chord (without the barre) up and down the neck -- which leaves the second string (B note) open to "drone" throughout ? let it "ring".

Just play the four middle strings (or sometimes the "E"'s Open Bass). I think you'll like singing over it.

E/B                         =        0   2   2 1 0 X                
B/F#                        =        X   9   9 8 0 X
F#m add11/C#               =        X   4   4 2 0 X
A add9/E                =        X   7   7 6 0 X
C#m7                        =        X 11 11 9 0 X

Of course, for variety you can throw in any of these inversions, "below," at any time. I'll usually play the "above" for the chorus and the inversions, (except the High E chord) for the verses. Still, you can play the "above" straight through and sound proud.

E/B                         =        X 14 14 13 0 X (use spraringly)
B                        =        X   2   4   4 0 X
F#m7sus4/A              =        X   0   4   6 0 X
A add9                 =        X   0   2   2 0 X
C#m7                        =        X   4   6   6 0 X


For simplicity's sake, I'll just write the chord's base to show the progression.

E// B// F#m// A//
E// B// C#m// A//
E// B// F#m// A//
E// B// A // F#m//
At bar "17",etc. (the turnarounds) I play the lower Aadd9 inversion.


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Subject: RE: Chord Req: Where Are You (from Déanta)
From: GUEST
Date: 04 Apr 12 - 01:21 PM

I fingerpick this song, switching between some Travis "pinch patterns" and arpeggios, as the mood and melody strikes me. Don't let the names of the chords scare you. Notice they're all just the normal "E" chord and barred #minor chord (without the barre) up and down the neck -- which leaves the second string (B note) open to "drone" throughout ? let it "ring".
Just play the four middle strings (or sometimes the "E"'s Open Bass). I think you'll like singing over it.

E/B                         =        0   2   2 1 0 X                
B/F#                        =        X   9   9 8 0 X
F#m add11/C#        =        X   4   4 2 0 X
A add9/E                =        X   7   7 6 0 X
C#m7                        =        X 11 11 9 0 X

Of course, for variety you can throw in any of these inversions, "below," at any time. I'll usually play the "above" for the chorus and the inversions, (except the High E chord) for the verses. Still, you can play the "above" straight through and sound proud.

E/B                         =        X 14 14 13 0 X (use rarely, if ever)
B                        =        X   2   4   4 0 X
F#m7sus4/A        =        X   0   4   6 0 X
A add9                =        X   0   2   2 0 X
C#m7                        =        X   4   6   6 0 X


For simplicity's sake, I'll just write the chord's base to show the progression.

E// B// F#m// A//
E// B// C#m// A//
E// B// F#m// A//
E// B// A // F#m//
At bar "17" (the turnaround) I play the lower A add9 inversion.


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Subject: RE: Chord Req: Where Are You (from Déanta)
From: GUEST
Date: 12 Jun 15 - 11:17 PM

http://play.riffstation.com/?v=eHmRd5qwA5I

does that help? I love the riffstation site...it's wonderful~


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