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Benjamin Hollister 10 Oct 97 - 10:19 PM
alison 12 Oct 97 - 07:14 AM
Philippa, 97-pr@smo.uhi.ac.uk 12 Oct 97 - 04:02 PM
Mike Ruddy mruddy@usit.net 12 Oct 97 - 05:22 PM
Benjamin Hollister 22 Oct 97 - 04:33 AM
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Subject: Black and tans
From: Benjamin Hollister
Date: 10 Oct 97 - 10:19 PM

A Big hello from the depths of time. I hope all is reasonably well in the forum, and that we are one big happy family as we should be!!!

Now my question. Does anyone have a recording, .wav, .au, MIDI of "Come out you black and Tans"? I only need to hear the first verse and chorus to try and work out some chordy things and the actual tune. If anyone can help me please, please do so. Let me know through the forum and then I'll contact via email.

My thanks in advance,

Sla/n

Benjamin


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Subject: RE: Black and tans
From: alison
Date: 12 Oct 97 - 07:14 AM

Hi

Benjamin, if you ever get those chords sorted out, let me know please.

Slainte

alison


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Subject: RE: Black and tans
From: Philippa, 97-pr@smo.uhi.ac.uk
Date: 12 Oct 97 - 04:02 PM

I'm pretty sure the 'Wolfe Tones' recorded it and probably 'The Dubliners' too. also maybe Dominic Behan

Maybe the Black Velvet Band too; try Annraoi Warner, foinse@saltspring.com


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Subject: RE: Black and tans
From: Mike Ruddy mruddy@usit.net
Date: 12 Oct 97 - 05:22 PM

That song was recorded by The Battering Ram originally on Rounder Records -- along with some fine other Irish Rebel songs such as Dungannon Town and The Bold Black Brimmer. The casstte can be purchased off the net from Clo Iar Connachta at URL http://www.wombat.ie/cic/ The way I sing it is thusly: D G D A7 D G D A7 D Mike


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Subject: RE: Black and tans
From: Benjamin Hollister
Date: 22 Oct 97 - 04:33 AM

It's like lighting up a cigaette while waiting for a bus. As soon as you have it lit the bus comes up. Well as soon as I had posted this message (well the next day anyway!!) someone lent me a copy of the Wolfetones Live Alive-oh, so now I have it. I just have to try to get the tune down. now I know why I never seem able to remember it, it, at least to me, seems to have very odd tune.

Thanks for the replies and Alison try Mike's chords, I'm sure they are better than anything I would ever do.

bui/ochas

Benjamin


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