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Classic James Taylor
Authentic Guitar TAB Sheet Music Book
By James Taylor

Guitar and voice - Difficulty: medium
Authentic Guitar TAB. By James Taylor. This edition: Authentic Guitar TAB. Artist/Personality; Authentic Guitar TAB; Guitar Personality; Guitar TAB. Authentic Guitar-Tab Editions. Folk Rock and Soft Rock. Guitar tablature songbook. With guitar tablature, standard notation, vocal melody, lyrics, chord names, guitar chord diagrams and guitar notation legend. 129 pages. Alfred Music #00-GF0477. Published by Alfred Music (AP.GF0477).

Item Number: AP.GF0477

ISBN 9780769206226. 9x12 inches. English. James Taylor.

Carolina in My Mind * Country Road * Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight * Fire and Rain (Instrumental I, Instrumental II) * Long Ago and Far Away * Mexico * Shower the People * Sweet Baby James * Up on the Roof * Walking Man * You Can Close Your Eyes * You've Got a Friend * Your Smiling Face.

  • Carolina in My Mind 
  • Country Road 
  • Dont Let Me Be Lonely Tonight 
  • Fire & Rain 
  • Long Ago & Far Away 
  • Shower The People 
  • Sweet Baby James 
  • Up On The Roof 
  • Walking Man 
  • You Can Close Your Eyes 
  • Your Smiling Face 
  • You've Got A Friend 
  • Mexico 
  • Instrumental I 
  • Instrumental II 

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  • 4

    Sydney, Australia
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  • September 07, 2007 Very good

    I found this book to be very helpful. However, the tab is relative to the nut not the capo, so this can be a bit confusing. That said, it is pretty accurate.

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  • 4

    Dale B
    Central Kentucky
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  • January 02, 2002 Good job, but...

    As the other reviewer said, good attention to detail. My only real gripe is that the tab shows the ACTUAL fret positions instead of the RELATIVE positions to the capo. In other words, with capo on 3rd fret, this transcriber shows an open string as 3 instead of 0. Why...

    not show it as you PLAY it rather than as actual pitch on the recording?! Otherwise, it's a good job of transcribing JT's distinctive guitar licks. I'm a serious amateur musician and arranger with a lot of experience but guitar is not my primary instrument. I've followed and enjoyed JT for many years.

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  • 5

    Lee, NH
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  • June 27, 2001 Classic JT Tab and notes

    Very good attention to detail. A must for any James Taylor buff who wants to "get it right." Good ideas for playing the pedal steel guitar parts on electric guitar.

    30 of 49 people found this review helpful.
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