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Harold of the rocks pour Basse, Primus

From: Primus8@aol.com Date: Sun, 25 Jun 1995 11:34:29 -0400 __________________________________________________ -------------------------------------------------- "Harold Of The Rocks" from "Frizzle Fry" __________________________________________________ -------------------------------------------------- main riff |-3-| G-|--------------------|- D-|*------------------*|- A-|*------------------*|- E-|--0hS-0-0-0---------|- chorus riff |-3-| V ^ V G-|---------------9-8-7---|- D-|*--------------9-8-7--*|- A-|*--------------7-6-5--*|- E-|--0hS-0-0-0------------|- variant |-3-| V V G-|---------------9/10-10----|- D-|*--------------9/10-10---*|- A-|*--------------7/-8--8---*|- E-|--0hS-0-0-0---------------|- __________________________________________________ -------------------------------------------------- "Hello Skinny" from Woodstock '94 __________________________________________________ -------------------------------------------------- Origionally by The Residents Tabbed by Christopher Preston Les fit this little diddy in during "Nature Boy" and it's called "Skinny" on bootlegs. The words are: Skinny was born in a bathtub And he grew so incredibly thin Even the end of an eyedropper Sucked him in...etc |---------------------------| |*-------------------------*| |*----------12-------------*| |-11------------------------| __________________________________________________ -------------------------------------------------- "Here Come The Bastards" from "Sailing The Seas Of Cheese" __________________________________________________ -------------------------------------------------- Tabbed by Christopher Preston This song is a variation of two riffs; I'm not sure when each is used, but riff 1 is used for the intro. There is a fill for each riff. Intro + Riff 1: |----------------------| |*---9--9--9-9-10-10--*| |*---7--7--7-7-8--8---*| |----------------------| Riff 1 Fill: |-----------------------| |*---9--9/--9-9-10-10--*| |*---7--7/--7-7-8--8---*| |-----------------------| Riff 2: |-----------------| |*---------------*| |*---------------*| |--0--0--0-0-1-1--| Riff 2 Fill: |------------------| |*----------------*| |*------|---------*| |--0--0/--0-0-1-1--| __________________________________________________ -------------------------------------------------- "Is It Luck?" from "Sailing The Seas Of Cheese" __________________________________________________ -------------------------------------------------- This song is so fast, I find it hard to figure out if he's playing, or if he's just hiting strings. This is what I got, however, from watching bootleg videos and it sounds right with the CD. He sometimes slips in the varient 1. Main Riff: |-7-----5----------| |---5-7---7-56h7h--| |------------------| |------------------| Varient 1: |-7-----5---7------| |---5-7---7--------| |------------------| |------------------| __________________________________________________ -------------------------------------------------- "Jellikit" from "Suck On This" __________________________________________________ -------------------------------------------------- Tabbed by Christopher Preston |--------9---------9---------9---------9-11-| |--------9---------9---------9---------9-11-| |-------------------------------------------| |X-X-X-X---X-X-X-X---X-X-X-X---X-X-X-X------| __________________________________________________ -------------------------------------------------- "Jerry Was A Race Car Driver" from "Sailing The Seas Of Cheese" __________________________________________________ -------------------------------------------------- Tabbed by Christopher Preston A lot of basses don't have a 24th fret, and the ones that do, I find it uncomfertable to play up there. So, here it is, without the two note chords. It sounds fine even if you don't play the two note chords, btw. The "Main Riff" plays for the intro, after "Fire her up, man". It continues for vs. 1-2 then I have it written out. The "Patting Section" is when Les holds all the strings down at ther same fret, and uses his right hand in a "patting of sorts" He pats all four strings, but I wrote it like that to give the approximate pitch differences. The main riff variant is used sometimes. For those of us who want a basic sounding version, check out the easy version. If you aren't that good, or you have to sing while plaing, or you decide to bake lasagne while you're playing, etc. play this if you think it sounds good. Be sure to boost the treble, though. Easy Version: |-------------------------------| |-10---11----10-10-10-----------| |----9----9-----------9-10h-11h-| |-------------------------------| Main Riff Variant: |-/17-17--------19------------17-17-17-----------| |--------16-17h----18-16h-15h---------15-16h-18h-| |------------------------------------------------| |------------------------------------------------| Main Riff: |-17--------19------------17-17-17-----------| |----16-17h----18-16h-15h---------15-16h-18h-| |--------------------------------------------| |--------------------------------------------| Second Verse: |-17--------19------------17-17-17-----------| |----16-17h----18-16h-15h---------15-16h-18h-| |--------------------------------------------| |--------------------------------------------| |-17--------19------------17-17-17-----------| |----16-17h----18-16h-15h---------15-16h-18h-| |--------------------------------------------| |--------------------------------------------| |-17--------19----17-17-17------------| |----16-17h----------------15-16h-18h-| |-------------------------------------| |-------------------------------------| |-17--------19------------17-17-17-----------| |----16-17h----18-16h-15h---------15-16h-18h-| |--------------------------------------------| |--------------------------------------------| |---------------------X-13-15-15-|----------------------12-13-15-15| |---------------------X-11-13-13-|----------------------10-11-13-13| |--------------------------------|---------------------------------| |-3-2-0-5-3-2-0-0----------------|-3-2-0-5-3-2-0-0-----------------| |-----------------10-12----15-----|---------------------| |-----------------10----14-15-----|---------------------| |---------------------------------|---------------------| |-3-2-0-5-3-2-0-0-----------------|-3-2-0-5-3-2-0-0-----| |-----------------3-4-| |----------------------X-X-X-15|----------------------15-15-15-13-X-10-| |----------------------X-X-X-15|----------------------15-15-15-----------| |------------------------------|-----------------------------------------| |-3-2-0-5-3-2-0-0--------------|-3-2-0-5-3-2-0-0-------------------------| |----------------------11-X-11-X-14-| |----------------------11-X-11-X-14-| |-----------------------------------| |-3-2-0-5-3-2-0-0-------------------| |----------------------|---21-21--17-17-17-17--21-21-21--17-17-17-17-17-| |----------------------|------------------------------------------------| |----------------------|------------------------------------------------| |-3-2-0-5-3-2-0-0------|------------------------------------------------| |-----------------3/12-|-0-------------------------------0--------------| | |------------------------------| | Dog will hunt. |------------------------------| | |------------------------------| | |-X-X-----X--X-X-----X-0//////-| Guitar Solo: X times |-17--------19------------17-17-17-----------| |----16-17h----18-16h-15h---------15-16h-18h-| |--------------------------------------------| |--------------------------------------------| Third Verse: |-17--------19------------17-17-17-----------| |----16-17h----18-16h-15h---------15-16h-18h-| |--------------------------------------------| |--------------------------------------------| |-17--------19------------17-17-17-----------| |----16-17h----18-16h-15h---------15-16h-18h-| |--------------------------------------------| |--------------------------------------------| |-17--------19----17-17-17------------| |----16-17h----------------15-16h-18h-| |-------------------------------------| |-------------------------------------| |-17--------19------------17-17-17-----------| |----16-17h----18-16h-15h---------15-16h-18h-| |--------------------------------------------| |--------------------------------------------| Interlude II: |---------------------X-13-15-15-|----------------------12-13-15-15| |---------------------X-11-13-13-|----------------------10-11-13-13| |--------------------------------|---------------------------------| |-3-2-0-5-3-2-0-0----------------|-3-2-0-5-3-2-0-0-----------------| |-----------------10-12----15-----|---------------------| |-----------------10----14-15-----|---------------------| |---------------------------------|---------------------| |-3-2-0-5-3-2-0-0-----------------|-3-2-0-5-3-2-0-0-----| |-----------------3-4-| |----------------------X-X-X-15|----------------------15-15-15-13-X-10-| |----------------------X-X-X-15|----------------------15-15-15-----------| |------------------------------|-----------------------------------------| |-3-2-0-5-3-2-0-0--------------|-3-2-0-5-3-2-0-0-------------------------| |----------------------11-X-11-X-14-| |----------------------11-X-11-X-14-| |-----------------------------------| |-3-2-0-5-3-2-0-0-------------------| |----------------------|---21-21--17-17-17-17--21-21-21--17-17-17-17-17-| |----------------------|------------------------------------------------| |----------------------|------------------------------------------------| |-3-2-0-5-3-2-0-0------|------------------------------------------------| |-----------------3/12-|-0-------------------------------0--------------| "Patting Section": 3 times |---------X---------| |-X-X-X-X---X-X-X-X-| |-------------------| |-------------------| Outro: |--------| |--------| |--------| |-0/////-| X times |-17--------19------------17-17-17-----------|| |----16-17h----18-16h-15h---------15-16h-18h-|| |--------------------------------------------|| |--------------------------------------------|| __________________________________________________ -------------------------------------------------- "John The Fisherman" from "Frizzle Fry" __________________________________________________ -------------------------------------------------- Tabbed by Jeffrey Swing/Christopher Preston Right after the drum intro, Les turns on some tone and crunch filled distortion (Anybody know what kind of pedal he uses? I think it's his good 'ol ADA $600+ pre amp) and strums all open strings. With them ringing, he uses his whammy bar, which I haven't found a way to duplicate this on a non whammy bass, because he uses all four strings to equal decibal proportion. Intro: 6 times |-----|-0/////////////////|---4-5-6---|--4-5-7-6--| |Drum-|-0/////////////////|*--4-5-6--*|--4-5-7-6--| |Intro|-0/////////////////|*-0-------*|-0---------| |-----|-0/////////////////|-----------|-----------| Cnt'd Intro + Verse + Chorus: |--4-5-6--------------|-4-5-6----------7-6--| |*-4-5-6--------------|-4-5-6----------7-6-*| |*--------------2S-3S-|----------2S-3S-----*| |---------4S-5S-------|-------5S------------| __________________________________________________ -------------------------------------------------- "Michael Finnagan" from Roskilde Festival 1991 __________________________________________________ -------------------------------------------------- Tabbed by Christopher Preston Les played this after the bass solo in "Those Damned Blue Collared Tweekers", so the bass line is as follows: X times |------| |------| |------| |-0--2-| Lyrics: I knew a man named Michael Finnagan, He had whiskers on his chinnagan, Rain came up and blew tham in again, Poor ol' man ol' Michael Finnagan...etc __________________________________________________ -------------------------------------------------- "Master Of Puppets" from Woodstock '94 __________________________________________________ -------------------------------------------------- Tabbed By Christopher Preston Les played this at Woodstock '94 and on the bootleg "You Can't Party Without Me" as an encore. It was originally done by Metallica. |--------------|------------------| |--------------|------------------| |--------------|------------------| |-0/--/12------|-12-12-12---------| |-------------------------------------------------| |-------------------7-6-5-------------------------| |------7-----6------5-4-3-----2-----1-------------| |-0--0---0-X----0-0-------0-0---0-X--0-X--5-4-3---| |---------------------------------------------------------------------| |---------------------------------------------------------------------| |-----2---3---4---3---2-2-----2---3-----------------------------------| |-X-X---X---X---X---X-----X-X---X---X--32-X-32-X-32-32-X-32-32--| |---------------------------------------| |------20-----20------20------20/-------| |---19---X-19----X-19----X-19-----------| |-0---------------------------------0---| Bend __________________________________________________ -------------------------------------------------- "Mr. Krinkle" from "Pork Soda" __________________________________________________ -------------------------------------------------- Tabbed by Christopher Preston This one is played on an acoustic stand-up and it doesn't sound nearly as good, also because it's bowed. This should be played with a high tone, or, play the "High" version, which, I think, sounds closer. Intro: |---------------------------|-----------------------------------| |---------------------------|-----------------------------------| |-------1-------------------|-------1---------------------------| |-3-1-3---3-1-3-1-2----3----|-3-1-3---3-1-3-1-1-----------------| Main Riff: |-------------------------|-------------------9-8-7-6-5-4-| |-------------------------|-------------------------------| |-------1-------------1---|-------1-----------------------| |-3-1-3---3-1---3-1-3---3-|-3-1-3---3-1---3-1-------------| "High" Version (Corresponds w/ reg. ver): |--------3-------------------|-------3--------------------------| |-5-3-5----5-3-5-3-4----5----|-5-3-5---5-3-5-3-3----------------| |----------------------------|----------------------------------| |----------------------------|----------------------------------| |-------3-----3-------3---|-------3-----3-----9-8-7-6-5-4-| |-5-3-5---5-3---5-3-5---5-|-5-3-5---5-3---5-3-------------| |-------------------------|-------------------------------| |-------------------------|-------------------------------|


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