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Echoes (Pink Floyd) [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

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14. März 2002 Pink Floyd
Cette compilation tant attendue contient 26 chansons couvrant les 30 années de la musique des Pink Floyd. Transcriptions complètes pour les guitaristes de niveau intermédiaire à avancé, en tablature et notation standard, avec l'intégralité des paroles et les accords. Contient un important chapitre avec photos couleurs et les paroles pour chaque chanson. Inclus les classiques, Another Brick in the Wall, Pt.2, See Emily Play et Shine on You Crazy Diamond.
  • Titres : Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2) - Arnold Layne - Astronomy Domine - Bike - Comfortably Numb - Echoes - Hey You - High Hopes - Jugband Blues - Keep Talking - Learning To Fly - Marooned - Money - One Of These Days - See Emily Play - Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun - Sheep - Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 1-7) - Sorrow - The Fletcher Memorial Home - The Great Gig In The Sky - The Happiest Days Of Our Lives - Time - Us And Them - When The Tigers Broke Free - Wish You Were Here

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    Play the songs from Pink Floyd's album "Echoes", arranged for piano, voice and guitar.

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    4.0 von 5 Sternen Not quite flawless, but close enough. 30. Juni 2003
    Von SneezeAttack - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
    In a nutshell, this book is great for any guitar player looking to improve his/her playing ability using some of the best material.
    That being said, my only major complaint, and it's annoyingly true for most if not all guitar/tab books, is that when a song is played in an alternate tuning or with a capo, the notes on the staff are changed accordingly. This means that if your guitar has a capo at the 3rd and you hit the open E, the note will say E rather than G. To have the tab say "zero" makes sense (sort of, unless you're playing higher on the neck as Gilmour often does), but it's frustrating as all hell if you're doing a piano arrangement or something.
    ... If you have the Echoes CD (or all the albums from which to compile the songs for a mix) you'll be pleased to know the tunes are written in the same order, so you can play along easily.
    I didn't really want to buy the individual album books, so this is a nice mix. I wish it had more of the acid-rock early stuff, though.
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    5.0 von 5 Sternen good stuff here 8. Oktober 2003
    Von Chris Dugard - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
    obviously, pink floyd songs are not exactly meant for beginners since most of their songs just go on and on. before you get into this stuff you should have a good knowledge of the scales, and a lot of the weird techniques that david gilmour uses. or a photographic memory so you memorize what frets to hit, etc after only a couple tries. other than that, this is a great tab book. most of the songs seem to be accurate from what i can tell, and for the bits with a lot of keyboard or sax (like money) the authors were nice enough to go ahead and tab those out for guitar. so all you really need is a guitar for the whole book! convenient. its really convenient to have a mix of pink floyd songs instead of buying each tab book from their studio albums. definetely a must by for any intermediate or better guitar player who likes pink floyd songs.
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    2.0 von 5 Sternen Good if you want to do a lot of additional transcribing of the songs on your own. 12. August 2014
    Von 7h0m - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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    Features only partial transcriptions of the songs. The guitar parts are arranged horribly with multiple fig.1, fig 2, etc. placed in non-standard ways and it is impossible to use for sight reading due to the confusing and non-standard arrangements. Piano transcriptions (in standard notation) are included where typographically convenient and omitted when not. Also, bear in mind these are the EDITED versions of the songs from the Echoes compilation, meaning that several important guitar solos are gone.
    Additionally the printing is blurry on some songs and difficult to read. The layout and design is nice and includes a lot of pics and images, though, those are kind of a waste when the sole purpose of the book is to provide the written music, which this does badly.
    Overall, provides a good idea of the structure and chord changes of songs, but if you want it for serious study or performance avoid. Really shoddy work aimed at musicians who are not going to be interested in accuracy and details.
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    5.0 von 5 Sternen great book 26. Februar 2012
    Von Steven R. Jernigan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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    This is the most extensive book I've seen on Pink Floyd. Has standart notation and tab. Chords are typed above the measures ans staff. Box diagrams would have been a
    nice addition. The Pink Floyd Anthology has this.
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    4.0 von 5 Sternen "Gilmour is god!" 15. Oktober 2012
    Von 1pcjunky - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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    I recently re-discovered David Gilmour and Pink Floyd's music from the 70's and 80's including Gilmour's solo work. I was more into heavy metal back then in my teens. But since I've recently started playing guitar (about 1 year ago), and am kind of an aging rocker, I have taken more to listening and playing more blues and classic rock and so started listening to Floyd again, even discovering some albums I didn't know they had made, and was absolutely blown away by the pure genious in melody, phrasing and note choices of David Gilmour. With him its definitely more about what you play and how you play it then how much you play. I can't stop listening and attempting to play Floyd songs and especially Gilmour's solo's. I started by downloading tab off the internet and watching YouTube video tutorials but as many know that can lead you in the wrong direction more times than not. I really wanted to get a tab book that was written by the band or at least endorsed by them as correct and accurate. I couldn't be happier with my choice in this tab book. I honestly don't care for their late 60's and early 70's work with Syd Barret (I know some will call this sacreligious). I tell the truth when I say that I tried acid once and had such a horrible experience with it that I stuck with less mind altering forms of substance type entertainment. That's all I'll say about that. Anyway, The first two albums are not musical to me but to be listened to while stoned out your mind, IMO. Those aside, Atom Heart Mother is a little better and Meddle and Obscurred By Clouds are even better, but from Dark Side of The Moon on they perfected the blend of psychedelic sounds with tastful melodies and chord progressions and that's when Gilmour stands out and starts to shine. From then on they got into a groove and kept going strong for several albums. But they hit their pinnacle, for me, after Roger Waters left and the remaining band members focused completely on just the music and less filler sounds, noises, laughter, talking, etc., which The Wall was full of. After I had heard The Wall front to back about 50 times I found myself skipping tracks and listening to just the songs and less of Roger Waters fillers, although Comfortably Numb on disc 2 is my favorite Floyd song. I actually have a copy on my ipod where I edited out all the filler and am left with one strong album full of top quality, highly melodic and really beautifully musical songs. So, when Gilmour took over as the lead member and singing I feel they hit their peak. I love Gilmour's voice and feel it is better for music than Waters. Waters had his own flare which I like during the Dark Side and The Wall period, but musically I like Gilmour's voice better. Momentary Lapse of Reason is my absolute favorite album with The Division Bell close second (Gilmour had built an EMG loaded guitar and the tone on this album is so sweet, smooth, and unique. I love the tone from the EMG's and will probably end up getting anther strat and put them in it, but they are not very versatile and not suited for all of his music. They are a one sound pickup for the most part, IMO), and Wish You Were Here third, and so on down the line. As a musician I am more into Pink Floyd for the music and I feel Gilmour was the same way...more about the music and less about the trippy sounds and voices. Anyway, I chose this Pink Floyd tab book for its selection of songs from early to late. I like most all the songs in this tab book. I know you couldnt get every hit Floyd song in one song book and expect the binding to hold it together or carry it around so I think they did a pretty good job of song choice for this tab book, but I would love to see an Echoes 2 type tab book with more of their other hits in it. I would buy it right now if I found one. This book is beautifully put together with pictures and lyrics at the beggining of each song. The reason I only gave it four stars is that nothing's perfect in life. That aside, a couple of the songs (Marooned is one of them) starts out with incorrect tab. I just started playing Marooned and I noticed the first set of notes are not correct. Not sure why, but if you listen to the album Gilmour clearly starts out two frets, one note, higher (don't have tab book open right now so can't remember exactly which notes are incorrect). Minor error which I quickly corrected with a little pencil mark in the book. I think I read online on some tab site something that might have explained why it sounds different than its tabbed in this book...something about him using an octaver or some type of effect that plays the same note in the next octave up or down, or something like that (I'm new to using effects). Maybe someone can explain it better than I can. Also, another minor critique is that the tab is so accurate that its almost too accurate, IMO. When you learn the note progression of a song from the book and then start playing it to the music you seriously can't hear all the notes tabbed. I assume they are there and I know that Gilmour could easily be playing more than the notes I hear, but I find that I discard what I don't hear and find too difficult to play and just do the best I can at my intermediate skill level. I am not gigging yet so just playing around in my home studio it sounds good to me. I am truly having a blast with this tab book. It really challenges me and my playing ability and have found that my lead guitar playing and soloing has improved greatly learning to play Pink Floyd songs and especially David Gilmour's solos. I have such great respect and deep admiration for David Gilmour and the music he and the rest of Pink Floyd, including the Roger Waters era, that I just bought a black 2012 Fender American Standard with the aged maple neck and the vintage 50's pickups in it. I plan to change out the bridge pickup to a Seymour Duncan SSL-1 or SSL-5 like he uses, the pickguard to a solid black 1 ply, the trem bar to a 4 1/2", and do the mod to add the neck pickup in every position. I want to create an affordable David Gilmour signature strat for a lot less than the $4,280 dollars the Fender Custom Shop price. Pink Floyd and specifically David Gilmour's work with Floyd and his solo works have really brought focus to my guitar playing style and this tab book has become a main part of my studies. I hope to someday play a fraction as well as he plays combined with my own bluesy style and flare. As a result of re-discovering Pink Floyd, David Gilmour, and this tab book my style has morphed into something of a psychedelic blues rock. If Gilmour played blues I would be writing "Gilmour is god!" on subway walls. Sorry Clapton, I still love your work too.
    Oh yeah, Amazon is awesome too. They got it here early and its condition was exactly as stated. I order a fair amount of stuff off Amazon and have never been disappointed. This is the first review I have ever written but felt like it was time to give kudos to Amazon, both their prices and their shipping efficiency, and rave about Pink Floyd, David Gilmour, and this fantastic tab book. Rock on!
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