Russian Lullaby Modes?

Place for the rest of the music

Postby strumminsix » Fri Oct 26, 2007 12:10 pm

Okay, seriously coulda done a google :)

E|--5--5--5--
B|--6--6--6--
G|--7--6--5--
D|--7--7--7--
A|--5--5--5--
E|-----------
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Postby ronster » Fri Oct 26, 2007 3:00 pm

I found 4 differn't versions of this posted. All 4 were different. However usually 3 out 4 agreed on all of parts with the exception of 7ths or not, so here is what I get. Let me know if you hear Jerry doing something else. Strummin, did you actually sit down and figure this tune out or where did you get your chords from?

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 Intro:  Dbdim  Bbdim  Gdim  Edim
 SN bass A C C# D

|  Dm  /  Dmmaj7  /  | Dm7  /  |  Bm7  Bb |
|  Dm   /  |  A7   /  | Dm  /  | C   C7   |
|  F    /   |  F  /   |  F7 /  |  Bb   /   Bbm   /   |
|  F    D7 | Gm   C7   | F   /  |  F   Bb  |
  SN bass F G G# A
|  A   /    | A   /    | Bb    /   |  A   /   |
| Dm   /  | F7  /   | Bb   /    |  A7   /  |
| Dm   /  | Dm  / | *Gm  /   |  Gm  C7 |  * (D E F G run into Gm)
| Dm  Bm7  |A7   /  | Dm  /  |  Bb  A7   |

Ending:  Dm   Bb  A7  Dm   

Every night you hear her croon,
a Russian Lullaby
Just a plain simple tune,
when Baby starts to Cry

Rock-a-bye my Baby,
somewhere there maybe,
A land that's free, for you and me,
and a Russian Lullaby
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Postby strumminsix » Fri Oct 26, 2007 3:10 pm

Ron -posted where?

That Bm7 Bb is just wrong.

The F D G C is something I picked up along the way.
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Postby ronster » Fri Oct 26, 2007 6:05 pm

The original tab that was deleted from this site, the first line ends with F / Bb Bbm

A midi file off of a tab site. It appears to be from the original composition, not Jerry. First line ends with Dm7 / Bm7b5 Bb. The Bm7b5 chord is the same as the Dm chord with a B bass.

Deadstein has the first line ending with Dm7 / G7 Gm

Strummin ends with Dm7 / G Gm (similar to Deadstein)

I don't pretend to know the right answer as this tune is way over my ear. There are no videos of Jerry doing this on utube.
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