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She tried to hide it by the faded denim clothes she wore But I knew she'd never been inside a bar before I felt just like a peasant who just had met a queen And she knew I saw right through her tight fitting jeans. I asked her what's a woman like you doing here I see you're used to champagne but I'll buy you a beer She said you've got me figured out but I'm not what I seem And for a dance I'll tell you about these tight fitting jeans. We danced every dance and Lord the beer that we went through I'm satisfied I did my best to make her dreams come true As she played out her fantasy before my eyes it seemed A cowgirl came alive inside those tight fitting jeans. In my mind she's still a lady that's all I'm gonna say I knew that I'd been broken by the time we parted ways And I know I held more woman than most eyes have ever seen That night I knew a lady wearing tight fitting jeans.

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This book is intended for ukulele players who had some experience with their instruments, but would like to increase their musical ability, as well as for guitarists who like to improve their accompaniment skills on the treble strings of the guitar.

There exist many excellent introductory ukulele methods, as well as extensive chord dictionaries. Instead, this book is intended for those players who wish to be able to sight read from a fake book, figure out the chords to a song without a chart, create accompaniments to their own songs, create chord solos, extend their chord vocabulary, or further their understanding of harmony.

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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. I've been playing a baritone ukulele for about a year now. I spent a lot of that time memorizing chord positions and discovered that sometimes it is easier and sounds better to play some chords up the neck. For even greater simplicity, Mr. By using a few shapes you already know, all the chords you can think of are at your fingers.

Seeing the patterns on paper was a revelation to me. He goes on to show the shapes for minors, sevenths, and all the other variations that make for interesting music. A marvelous book! This isn't for absolute beginners but the sooner you become familiar with these patterns, the faster you'll move up to intermediate or advanced. At only 46 pages, Robbert van Renesse managed to blow my mind with this book in a good way.

First off, this is a book for serious players who want to master their instrument, not for someone who just wants to take it easy there are plenty of books for that. On the surface, this book is about learning how to construct new chords by altering several basic chord shapes, thus freeing yourself from chord charts. The premise being that if you know where the root-third-fifth of a chord is in these basic shapes, and you know how your desired chord is constructed say a flat fifth , then you know how to alter the shape which fret to raise or lower to.

Sounds easy, no? In truth, this is a book about theory gasp! The book doesn't just tell you how to alter chords to get the chord you're looking for, but explains many different kinds of chord and how they function in a piece of music or where they go. He explains tension and resolution and how they relate to his three classes of chords tonic, dominant and subdominant.

He explains the bar blues and expects you to play it in all 12 keys. He explains the circle of fifths and introduces pneumonic devices I've never heard of before. He explains substitution chords and why they work. He spends time on minor cadences. He introduces you to a couple of chord runs to use as filler in those spaces where a song seems to hang out on the same chord for just too long. He introduces you to the principles of creating a chord solo. In short, he gives an intermediate player enough information to keep him busy for a year, at least.

On the quirky side, he refers to Baritone Ukulele tuning as "Tenor Tuning" - though I've never met or heard of a tenor player who used DGBE tuning before different circles? On the shortcomings side, there is a ton of knowledge here, but very little supportive material to help you practice it - you'll have to find your own which is partly what the book is about enabling you to do.

Regardless, neither of these issues can take away from the 'five star' value of this tome to a serious player, especially if you're interested in Jazz.

For someone like me, with an advanced degree in composition classical to avante-garde tradition - doesn't include Jazz study , I loved looking into a world apart and getting a glimpse of how Jazz chords work. Absolutely worth every penny. M Ryan Taylor UkulelePlay.

Good for beginners. This is a great help to anyone starting to play the uke! I keep coming back to this book when I want to play around with chords. Diagrams, charts, hints and cheats to find your chords, with the goal of understanding the chord shapes so eventually you don't have to think, or can easily find your less-common chords.

Admittedly, I was disappointed when this arrived and the book was so short and started out so simple, and really you can look up any chords you want online. But I quickly found the book has a lot of depth, the concepts are thoroughly explained, and is well worth 10 or 15 bucks. If the author had other books out there I would buy them in a heartbeat. If you play the uke, this slender book gives some welcome insight to the logic behind the fretboard.

It is helping me understand how to figure out chords no more running to the chord diagram book! For many, it's overkill, since the uke is simple and fun. But if you're going on a little further, this is very helpful and clear. See all reviews from the United States. Top international reviews. This is not a book to learn ukulele from, it's almost pure music theory. But very well-structured, stripped of unnecessary jargon and tailored to the needs of a ukulele player with little previous knowledge on the subject.

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A Girl Like You by Edwyn Collins is one of those songs that get stuck in your head and stay with you without you even realizing it was there in the first place. Originally written as a tribute to Iggy Pop, this track makes good use of minor chords, a vibraphone, and classic 90s melodrama. Speaking of those minor chords, this tune is one of the best beginner songs for working on your minor chord grips! By using the capo, you should be able to play along with the original recording without a problem.

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If you look up the number 55 on the MEDLEYS page, you'll see that I suggest that the song be combined with "Goody Goody," and/or "I Want to Be Happy.".

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