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From: [email protected]
Date: Mon, 8 Mar 1999 03:00:27 EST
Subject: m/mclachlan_sarah/plenty.crd
Song: Plenty
Artist: Sarah McLachlan
Album: Fumbling Towards Ecstacy
Released: 1993 Artista/Nettwerk
Transcription: Daniel May
standard tuning
Sarah's best album to date is Fumbling Towards Ecstacy. The third track from
Fumbling, "Plenty", is in the key of Gm and fades in after about thirty
seconds of play w/drums and a thumping bass line. The time is 4/4. Start
with the Gm chord in the tenth position on the neck, as graphed below, then
just follow along. The rhythm is very free flowing, so listen closely to the
CD, let the chords ring out during play, yet semi-funky because of the texture
of the high-end strings, typical of James Brown ("Sex Machine") or Tower of
Power ("Squib Cakes"). Be careful not to hit the upper strings though! Use
the fat of your palm under your pinky finger and hold it lightly against the
top three strings to prevent the top strings from sounding. Otherwise, if you
are one of the few people who don't own this album, go out and get it, crank
it up, light a few candles, and let Sarah's amazing voice take you far and
Gm:XXX121110 F/G:XXX12108 Eb:XXX1086
Eb*:X68866 Bb:X13311 C7:X32310 Gm*:XX5333
F/A:X03211 C:X32010 Cm:X35543
(C)(Eb*) (Gm)(F/A)
Play verse two (same pattern as above verse)
Then the chorus (same pattern, but play Cm chord last after F/A chord instead
of Riff A and fade out)
That's the song! Very simple! Questions? comments? Please e-mail me but
title your e-mail appropriately. I'm on America Online so I get lots of mail.
Title it as "Re: Plenty" or "Re: Sarah McLachlan".
Dan([email protected])
Toronto, Canada

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