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Santana buffs - lead sheet request


DafDuc

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This is really obscure, sorry:

 

"Yours is the Light", from the Welcome album.

 

Charting this one is beyond my meager capabilities. Anyone have this? Who's our Santana cover band guy?

 

Daf

I played in an 8 piece horn band. We would often get bored. So...three words:

"Tower of Polka." - Calumet

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Originally posted by Dave Pierce:

I was in Ritmo ("The Ultimate Tribute to Santana") before they broke up. We didn't do this tune, though, and I'm not familiar with it.

 

I have a Santana book at home, I'll check it tonight.

 

--Dave

OK, I checked and it's not in my book.

 

--Dave

Make my funk the P-funk.

I wants to get funked up.

 

My Funk/Jam originals project: http://www.thefunkery.com/

 

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Daf,

 

Don't have the leadsheet but did find a midi file which may be useful. Follow this link and right click and save target as - you only get 1 minute of it unless you buy it but this may be enough to transcribe the whole thing; haven't been able to listen to it (at work) myself so can't say if it's any use.

http://www.musik-city.de/midifiles/recherche_2.asp?method=titel&titel=Yours+Is+The+Light&id=1&page=1&sortierung=Titel

 

Cheers

Dave

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It is a very nice song and Welcome is a much underrated album. This is also one of the first songs that I noticed both regular piano and electric piano being used.

 

It should be a lot of fun to play. It must be nice to have an audience that appreciates this stuff.

 

Robert

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Thanks guys, especially Manhunter.

 

I've always had this theory that Sony products like Acid and Soundforge would be useful for learning stuff like this - just loop each chord or section til you got it. Maybe it's time to try that out.

 

Daf

I played in an 8 piece horn band. We would often get bored. So...three words:

"Tower of Polka." - Calumet

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