Knock me down

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Knock me down

Postby billyjoe » Thu Jul 10, 2008 5:29 pm

if anyone know the entire tablature....
thanks
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Re: Knock me down

Postby jaf94 » Thu May 06, 2010 5:08 pm

The chords are more or less D, Cadd9 or C and G.
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Re: Knock me down

Postby billyjoe » Fri May 07, 2010 10:30 am

Thank you Jaf but I already knew that, I think it 's more complex, some weird chords are missing but I didn't manage to find out them yet.
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Re: Knock me down

Postby daveb » Thu Oct 07, 2010 5:24 pm

It's got the bottom E tuned down to a D, so that you can play the D chord with all six strings. This is how he gets that big sound on the chords. When you play the C you can dampen the E string. When you play the G chord you need to put your second finger on the A note (fifth fret) of the bottom E string (because its been tuned down a tone). Hope that helps. Cheers Dave
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Re: Knock me down

Postby dannykay10 » Sun Jun 05, 2011 3:05 am

daveb has it spot on, tune bottom string to D so the note helps to ring out the D chord and also brings a lovely whole sound to the other chords. such a great song, excellent melody and really, as most songs by Mr. Mavers, simple chords but arranged brilliantly. If only more songs in modern music could be this excellent.
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Re: Knock me down

Postby James » Sun Jul 03, 2011 10:44 pm

If you work it out you're along the right lines for doing the intro to 'Love Spreads' by the Stone Roses an all :D

Didn't Lee once say the little breakdown bit about 3/4 the way into the song is the closest The La's came to getting what he was after sound wise in the studio...?

I guess he'd throw the original '88 There She Goes mix in there too, as it could have been a '64 recording... warmth and a slight crackle...
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