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Loc: Lost in cyberspace.in the UK.
Right Okay, just making a piano transcription of this,and I got the chords, I got the lead guitar down on piano ( apart from bent notes obviously..well had to say!)
Problem, (there only two verses) for some bizzarre and unexplained reason I cannot work out the notes that are being sung by phill lynot in the verses...
I am just not hearing something, what I need is someone who can tell me exactly what the notes are, should be simple one thinks , its in Aminor, well the version I am doing is, but it aint proving easy to me, so I asked dipsey who sings in a choir sometimes,
and for maybe a completely different reason, she too can only get a bit of it...
SO, please anyone with perfect ears? anaylasis of what is making it appear "foggy" would also be gratefully received.
Loc: Ireland (ex England)
He's using notes from the underlying chords but from "I recall that you were mine" the double tracked voice starts in harmony and the notes are less distinct.
The second verse he begins with two different lines with a third voice and yet another harmony in the background. It's the double tracking that's making it foggy.
Strictly, double tracking is one voice but two mikes/tracks but here Phil's recording an overdub and the second voice moves into harmony.
Once you've got the chords, there are plenty of sites offering them, it's fairly easy to pick out the main line but remember to use all the notes. He's sing C at the end of the first line (forty-nine) over Dm 7, for example.