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Riff Tab for Cleo's Mood by Jr. Walker & the All Stars

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Here you go:

 

G#m7

------||-----------------------|-----------------------|

------||-----------------------|-----------------------|

------||------------------4----|-----------------------|

------||------------4-----4----|------------4--4--6--4-| x 2

(9)\--||---------4--6----(6)---|---------4--6--6-------|

------||4----------------------|4----------------------|

1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 .

.

C#(m)9 (G#m7)

|-----------------------|-----------------------|

|------------4-----4----|-----------------------|

|------------4-----4----|------------4--4--6--4-|

|---------4--------6----|---------4--6----------|

|4----------------------|4----------------------|

|-----------------------|-----------------------|

1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 .

.

D#(m)9 C#(m)9 (G#m7)

|-----------------------|-----------------------|

|------------------6----|-----------------------|

|------------6-----6----|------------4--4--6--4-|

|---------6--8-----8----|---------4--6----------|

|6----------------------|4----------------------|

|-----------------------|-----------------------|

1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 .

 

 

If for any reason that doesn't display properly here, here's the TXT file: [ATTACH]n31275785[/ATTACH]

 

It's a 12-bar blues, of course, so arrange those 3 lines accordingly. The intro is the G#m7 riff twice (break on last bar).

The (6) in brackets means this note is not always there - he's fretting it, but not always hitting it. (There's a similar vagueness about the other riffs, but it's quite intuitive once you have the shapes.)

The initial (9) is an approximate starting place for the slide.

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... yes, I've just noticed the chord symbols and beat count isn't working... try this:

[font=courier new]       G#m7
------||-----------------------|-----------------------|
------||-----------------------|-----------------------|
------||------------------4----|-----------------------|
------||------------4-----4----|------------4--4--6--4-|  x 2
(9)\--||---------4--6----(6)---|---------4--6--6-------|
------||4----------------------|4----------------------|
       1  .  2  .  3  .  4  .  1  .  2  .  3  .  4  .
.
C#(m)9                                          (G#m7)
|-----------------------|-----------------------|
|------------4-----4----|-----------------------|
|------------4-----4----|------------4--4--6--4-|
|---------4--------6----|---------4--6----------|  
|4----------------------|4----------------------|
|-----------------------|-----------------------|
1  .  2  .  3  .  4  .  1  .  2  .  3  .  4  .
.
D#(m)9                  C#(m)9                   (G#m7)
|-----------------------|-----------------------|
|------------------6----|-----------------------|
|------------6-----6----|------------4--4--6--4-|
|---------6--8-----8----|---------4--6----------|
|6----------------------|4----------------------|
|-----------------------|-----------------------|
1  .  2  .  3  .  4  .  1  .  2  .  3  .  4  .[/font]

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The stock reference source is the Beatles, because their work is basically a repository of all the popular music that came before them (they'd listened to it all, pretty much), plus a few innovations; and all following pop/rock songwriters were influenced by them. There's very few good changes that you won't find somewhere in the Beatles' music.

 

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