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« : March 13, 2007, 04:18:54 PM »

The first contribution I have is the chords to the Django theme song.  It should be noted that these are from the Italian version of the theme, which is in a different key than the English version.  The only stuff I could listen to was the italian version of the song and the instrumental version, because I don't think you can get the English version on any CD.

The solo in the middle is easy to figure out, it's along the D Minor Pentatonic scale.  I prefer to play it in the fifth position than the tenth.  O0




Dm
Django!
                             G                              F   G
Django, have you always been alone?
Dm
Django!
                             F
Django, have you never loved again?
               Bb                      F
You must live on, woahhhoh
               Bb            A
Life must go on for all
F                                         G           A          F G A
For you cannot spend your life regretting

Dm
Django!
                             G                         F   G
Django, you must face another day
Dm
Django!
                             F
Django, now your love has gone away
                Bb                         F
Once you loved her, woahhhoh
                   Bb                       A
Now you've lost her, woahhhoh
                  F            G   A    Dm
But you've lost her forever, Django

Bb                                 
When there are clouds in the sky
F
And they are grey
Bb
You may be sad, but remember
F                           G  A
They'll often pass away
Dm               Bb                          C              A       
For, Django..   after the showers, the sun
G     A      Dm
Will be shining
Dm
Django! Ohhhh, Django!

You must go on! Ohhh, Django!













I also tabbed out Day of Anger theme song.  Unfortunately, you can barely read the part that shows the rhythm figures, just try to squint really hard.

The intro may sound funny if you play it slow, but trust me, I put the CD in my Tascam and slowed it down reeeaaaally slow, and I'm positive this is what it is.

The melody changes a little the last time they play it, but it's just a minor variation.  It's easy to figure out.

Also, don't mistake the two ones right next to each other in the intro for an eleven.





Some of my eights look like nines, I hope you can tell the difference.









I also have the chords to the theme from "Those Dirty Dogs," and the chords from the theme to "One Silver Dollar."  And if anybody is interested I could tab out that cool guitar piece in A Stranger in Town. 


Now, Eric, you said you had tabs. CONTRIBUTE!

« : March 14, 2007, 04:02:05 PM Silenzio »
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« #1 : March 13, 2007, 11:01:28 PM »

Wow! That's great! :)



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« #2 : March 13, 2007, 11:55:51 PM »

Very impressive, Silenzio! That's something I never can do.


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« #3 : March 14, 2007, 02:33:12 AM »

I've never played a guitar in my life. So I'm not sure if this is useful but it's a score for Arizona Colt. It came with one of SW music compilations. Maybe Silenzio can play the melody?


« : March 14, 2007, 02:40:49 AM Sanjuro »

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« #4 : March 14, 2007, 05:00:45 AM »

The first contribution I have is the chords to the Django theme song. 
You do realise Silenzio that you're gonna by very unpopular with Mrs Banjo? ;D
All that extra twanging!!! :D

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« #5 : March 14, 2007, 05:26:10 AM »

Give me 'til tomorrow and I'll put up the Grand Duel. I've got no Internet at home and have to check in from my office, where, my colleagues rejoice, there is no guitar.  :(

Did you see my note in the other forum? I was pretty close on the Day of Anger riff. I'm pretty sure the trumpet blare is an F7.

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« #6 : March 14, 2007, 01:20:45 PM »

I don't know how to play an instrument, but my cousin plays the piano.

With his good ear and my humming, we were able to get the piano notes for the Giu la Testa theme.


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« #7 : March 14, 2007, 03:17:10 PM »

I've never played a guitar in my life. So I'm not sure if this is useful but it's a score for Arizona Colt. It came with one of SW music compilations. Maybe Silenzio can play the melody?



Hey, thanks for this.  That's a really cool intro, and the chords sound pretty lovely to.  Now it's another song I can play along to while I sit at the computer.

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« #8 : March 14, 2007, 03:58:31 PM »

Next contribution, the chords from the theme of One Silver Dollar:








                               C           Em      G    B7/F#   B7
Nobody knows the story of man
Em                             C            E                    E7
The man that goes unlucky (?) town to town
Am                  D7        Gm7     Gm6
He cries when people smile
C                                   B7/F#    B7
He smiles when people cry
Em                      C                     E       G   B7/F#   B7
A fascinating (?) woman lied to him
Em                       E7*                   Am*   Am7*  Am6*  Am*
She talks about a night without a moon
                             Em7 Em6 Em7 Em6
He doesn’t care… doesn’t need it
Em                         C
Maybe his heart is dead
Em                      C
Maybe his life is sad
Em                      C             B7  Em        C
Maybe at end of story, I’m that man

Chords over trumpet solo:

Fm    Db
Fm  Ab  G  Gb
Fm    F7
Bbm


Bbm
He doesn’t care
Fm7 Fm6 Fm7 Fm6
Doesn’t need it
Fm                         Db
Maybe his heart is dead
Fm                      Db
Maybe his life is sad
Fm                      Db            C7  Fm
Maybe at end of story, I’m that man








The two little *s next to the chords above the line "She talks about a night without a moon" means play it in the seventh position on with the root on the A string for the E7 and on the fifth position with the root on the E for all the A's.

Also, when he plays that E7 chord in the line I just talked about, there's a part where he throws in the eighth fret on the high E. If you listen to the song you can hear it.





And, though it's not spaghetti related, Sanjuro might be interested to know that I figured out the song Okada plays in Drunken Angel, and am thinking of making a song out of it on GarageBand.  O0

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« #9 : March 14, 2007, 04:09:38 PM »

Anyone care to explain the proper way to play such chords as the ones in the Django theme? My guitar teacher didn't really explain well.

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« #10 : March 14, 2007, 04:16:48 PM »

Use this, son!

http://www.gootar.com/folder/guitar.html

If i don't have anything written after the note of the chord, assume it's major.

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« #11 : August 13, 2008, 09:57:28 AM »

Hooray for reviving old threads!  :D

Code: [Select]
A Pistol For Ringo

Picking pattern for maj7 chords (shown here for the Gmaj7):

e|------------------------|
B|-------12-------12------|
G|-----11--11--------11---|
D|------------------------|
A|--10---------10---------|
E|------------------------|


Gmaj7                         Fmaj7
Countries, that know only the springtime

         Gmaj7                               Cmaj7
And your green fields, with your scentin' of hay

     Bm              G            C
Know Ringo, with his angel face

      G              D               G
And a woman, who was waitin' for his return

          Bm
Cross the canyons he laughed

         Em         Bm
Down the valley the death

       D             G        A7
And he left behind a river of blood

        Bm
For his life was guided

     Em     Bm
By a crude law

G             A7          D
He only had a mind to get gold

Gmaj7                       Fmaj7
Rivers, you know how is the history

        Gmaj7                     Cmaj7
And his laughin' was a presage of death

Bm            G           C
Ringo, had an angel face

        G          D
But whenever Ringo laughed,

      G          C
Ringo fired


SOLO:

e|-----------------------------------------------0-------------------|
B|-0-0----0-1-0-----------------0-----0-1-0--------------------------|
G|---------------2-0-2-2----0-2-------------2-0----------------------|
D|--------------------------------0----------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|-------------------------------------------------------------------|

Bm           G          C
Ringo had an angel face

        G          D
But whenever Ringo laughed,

      G        C      G
Ringo fired

Not sure of a few chords in the bridge of this one. Input is welcome:

Code: [Select]
RETURN OF RINGO

Em                                   D      Bm
I kiss at last the beloved ground on my land

Em                                       D          Bm
That i left one day with my heart, heart full of pain

G                          Em        Bm
I have looked in the faces of my old friends

G                            Em     Bm
But now do you look at me as my old friend

Em                                   D      Bm
And now what happens you must, you must tell me

Em       D              E
You must remember who I am.



G      Em             C                 G      Em
If you see a man with downcast eyes and ragged clothes

G       Em                   C                  G         B7                 
Walking through your village don't shut him but go at his side

G        Em      Bm            G          Bm           A
I'm that man and now I beg you help me, i need you...I need you.



Em                                D   Bm
The liar who told my sweetheart i was dead

Em                                      D    Bm
To take my place, he shall pay for this base lie

G                     Em       Bm
Those who saw me as a run-down man

G                     Em           Bm
Those who tried to destroy all our world

Em                              D    Bm
Shall leave forever our beloved land

Em         G            A
Because we are fearless men

Em          G           A
Because we are fearless men

Em         G            E
Because we are fearless men


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« #12 : August 13, 2008, 10:15:34 AM »

Yes!
Even though I can't play guitar either.



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« #13 : August 14, 2008, 01:25:56 PM »

Thank you eric!

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« #14 : June 23, 2009, 08:04:53 PM »

Hooray for continuing to revive old threads!

This one is not a spaghetti western, but a Eurospy theme. As it's by Ennio Morricone, I thought you all might be interested:

http://www.mister8.com/tablature/Deep%20Deep%20Down%20-%20Ennio%20Morricone.txt

--Eric

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