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Tab request for "Go East" and/or "Morning Song" by Le Loup

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Aug 5, 2022 - 10:39:57 PM
2 posts since 8/5/2022

Hello, newb here! Been looking for these two songs all over the place, to no avail. Can anyone help, pleeeease? :)

Artist: Le Loup

Songs:
"Go East"
"Morning Song"

Thanks tons!

Aug 6, 2022 - 5:56:37 AM
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dbrooks

USA

4262 posts since 3/11/2004

I'm not sure that you'll find the help you're looking for here. As you said, the tunes are not really on the usual guitar chord sites either. These tunes are moody and atmospheric, and the banjo is just a small part of the mix. If the banjo in "Morning Song" were tabbed, I'm not sure it would make much sense by itself.  Nice tunes and an intriguing group of artists, though. Here are some links incase someone else sees something I am missing.

Le Loup Morning Song - YouTube

Go East - YouTube

David

Aug 6, 2022 - 7:18:49 AM
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7888 posts since 8/30/2004

Hi David,
I think this is where banjo is headed these days. What people seem to be looking for is just the sound of the banjo, not the style. I personally wouldn't be interested in tabbing it. But I'm sure some BHOers will, so that's good...Jack

Aug 6, 2022 - 8:27:13 AM
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13458 posts since 6/2/2008

quote:
Originally posted by Jack Baker

I think this is where banjo is headed these days. What people seem to be looking for is just the sound of the banjo, not the style. I personally wouldn't be interested in tabbing it. But I'm sure some BHOers will, so that's good...Jack


At least it sounds like the player is picking the banjo like a banjo and not guitar. Sounds like genuinely banjoistic picking patterns with some interesting, but probably easy, chord shapes.

Aug 6, 2022 - 8:46:06 AM
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13458 posts since 6/2/2008

quote:
Originally posted by dbrooks

These tunes are moody and atmospheric, and the banjo is just a small part of the mix. If the banjo in "Morning Song" were tabbed, I'm not sure it would make much sense by itself.


I'm thinking the way to tab them is by the individual phrases. Maybe label them 1, 2, 3 . . . or A, B, C . . .   and have the player repeat as many times as necessary or mix them up as desired.

Morning Song is in drop C tuning:  g C G B D

Aug 6, 2022 - 9:44:53 AM
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7888 posts since 8/30/2004

Actually,
The person playing the banjo seems to know what the song is demanding banjo wise, just not in any particular style that I can tell....Well I guess pop...Jack

Edited by - Jack Baker on 08/06/2022 09:50:39

Aug 6, 2022 - 6:07:55 PM
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2 posts since 8/5/2022

quote:
Originally posted by Old Hickory
quote:
Originally posted by Jack Baker

I think this is where banjo is headed these days. What people seem to be looking for is just the sound of the banjo, not the style. I personally wouldn't be interested in tabbing it. But I'm sure some BHOers will, so that's good...Jack


At least it sounds like the player is picking the banjo like a banjo and not guitar. Sounds like genuinely banjoistic picking patterns with some interesting, but probably easy, chord shapes.


That's a big reason for the ask - seems easy(ish), and not getting myself in over my head and then discouraged.

Edited by - Tiny Danger on 08/06/2022 18:08:16

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