Frank Zappa - Florentine Pogen Chords & Tabs

 

Florentine Pogen Chords & Tabs

Frank Zappa Chords & Tabs

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Florentine Pogen Bass Tab

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submitted by: mlumley@chattanooga.net
Date: 7 Jun 1995 18:16:41 GMT
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/f/frank_zappa/florentine_pogen_btab.html ]
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llama@u.washington.edu says...
>
>
>OK.  I haven't seen anyone else post any Zappa tunes, I have a bunch
>figured out so I've decided since I have nothing better to do at 3:00 in
>the morning I'll try my first PC tab.  Bass guitar only, I'm not in the
>mood to post the guitar part, I'm not that ambitious.
>
>For those of you not familiar with this tune, it is available on several
>Zappa albums, it originally appeared on One Size Fits All.  Featured
>musicians were Frank of course, George Duke, Napoleon Murphy Brock,
>Chester Thomas, Tom Fowler, and Ruth Underwood.  IMHO the _best_ version
>of this song is on the album "The Best Band You Never Heard In Your
>Life".  I highly suggest picking it up.
>
>My TAB explanation:
>
>x/y denotes a slide from fret x to fret y.
>everything else is self explanitory.
>
>
>Anyways, here it goes.
>
>G|--------------------------------------12-11-9-11-11-9-11-9-7-9-7-------
--|
>D|------------5-7-7/9-7-7---5-7/9-7--------------------------------------
--|
>A|-7-7-7-7-7-9-----------7-9--------5-3---------------------------7-9----
--|
>E|-----------------------------------------------------------------------
--|
>
>G|-----------------------------------------------------------------------
--|
>D|-----------------5----5-------------------------------------5-7/9-7----
--|
>A|-0-2-3-2-0-0--5-7--5-7--7-5-5/3-5-5-5-----------0-2-0-0--7-9--------5-3
--|
>E|--------------------------------------0-0-0-2-3------------------------
--|
>
>G|-12-11-9-11-11-9-11-9-7-9-7--------------------4-2-0--2-0----0---------
--|
>D|----------------------------------------------------2----2-0--2-0------
--|
>A|---------------------------7/9-7--0-2-3-2-0-0--------------------0-3-0-
--|
>E|-----------------------------------------------------------------------
--|
>
>G|-------------------------------------------------12-----------------14-
--|
>D|--------7-7-9-9-7-9-7-9-12-9-14-11-11-------12-14--14-12-------14-16--1
6-|
>A|-7-7-7-7-------------------------------12-14------------14-14-16-------
--|
>E|-----------------------------------------------------------------------
--|
>
>G|----------------------------------------12-12-10-10-8-8-4-4-6-6--------
--|
>D|-14---------------------------5-2-7-4-4------------------------7-7-9-9-
--|
>A|---16--0-0-0-0-5-5-7-7-5-7-5-7-----------------------------------------
--|
>E|-----------------------------------------------------------------------
--|
>
>G|---------------------------|
>D|---------------------------|
>A|--7---7---7---0------------|
>E|---------------------------|
>   "she was the daughter....
>
>OK, that's enough for now.  I'll post the bridge and the outro stuff
>later, I'l friggin' tired.  The verses are basically improv in A major,
>really simple stuff.  These figures in the intro repeat at various times
>during the song, you can figure out where.  Like I said, I'll finish it
>later and post it.
>
>So what do people think?  Did I really fuck up or is this pretty cool?
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