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Available Space by Leo Kottke LEO KOTTKE - Available Space guitar tab Date: Fri, 26 Jan 2001 21:42:02 -0500 From: "Patrick Schwemmer" <[email protected]> Subject: k/kottke_leo/available_space.tab I've dug out yet another of Giant Jim Jarrell's Lost Leo Tabs. Enjoy. Patrick R. Schwemmer [email protected] Date: Fri, 27 Oct 95 15:07:39 EST From: "JARRELL_JIM" <[email protected]> Dean...... Here's a Kottke tab for OLGA. That's assuming there's available space in the archive. Regards..Jim One of my favorite Jack Nickolson movies is "Going South." A tongue in cheek western comedy, Nickolson plays a good guy trying to be bad to the femme fatale, Mary Steenbergen. So what in the world has all this got to do with a Leo Kottke tune? Well, as the credits roll at the end of the flick, "Available Space" is being played....not by Kottke but by Ry Cooder. In fact, the credits list Cooder and the tune by name. As I recall, "Going South" came out in the late 70ís while Leo released it in 82 on "Guitar Music." Iíll bet even money that its Ry's tune....the flavor of it smacks of his style. The tune is typical of the old country blues sound from the 20 & 30's. Moreover, "Space" has a barrel-house piano sound....I'd call it "stride slide." Note that many of the bass notes are damped with the heel of the right hand. The syncopation is irregular with the low bass notes occasionally falling into a double thumb pattern,ie. two thumb beats in between melody notes. The tune demands a "dirty blues" approach. No problem, because if you're like me, I couldn't play it clean if my life depended on it. "Space" is tough but "do-able." I find that it sounds a lot better late at night after a couple of beers.... Not a tune for mellow Sunday mornings with a cup of coffee. While Leo has to my knowledge only recorded it once, and that was on a 12-string, it can be done on a 6-string. Cooder does it on a 6-string on "Going South" and I've heard Leo play it in concert on a 6-string. The tab is for 12-string so some improvisation is required to pull it out of your 6-string. Two beers help a lot!! "AVAILABLE SPACE" Ry Cooder (I think!) Arrangement: Leo Kottke From: Guitar Music Tab: Jim Jarrell Open G Tuning (lowered one step or so) 12 String (w/slide) b bend h hammer-on p pull-off T^ Brush down with thumb or note played with thumb / slide down neck (toward saddle) slide up neck (toward nut) X mute or slide to/from indefinite point + notes played without slide V Heavy vibrato (more than normal,ie. as a slide tune there's lots of vibrato going on already) g ghost note...played only in passing (not accentuated) I index finger M middle finger ( ) Optional note in lieu of note tabbed Section I 1. d|---------12-----12----------------------| b|--11-/12----12------11-/12--------------| g|---------------------------12-----------| D|---------------X12-----------------X12--| G|--------X12-------------------X12-------| D|----------------------------------------| |----------------12---------------12------------------| |--11-/1211/12-----11-/12-----------11-/12-----------| |--------------------------12---------------12--------| |-----------X12---------------------------------------| |-X12-------------------------X12--------------X12-X-| |-----------------------------------------------------| Section II The first half of measure 2 is not correct but best guess...and a bad one at that. I just couldn't figure it out. A simple open pattern pick will suffice 1. |--------5--------------------5----------------| |--4-/5--------------4-/5----------------------| |------------------4--------------0------------| |----------X5----X5-------X5-------------------| |-X4-/5-------X5----X4-/5------------2-/3---0--| |----------------------------------------------| V g g 2. |-------------------5-/7----------| |------------------------7--------| |--0----------------------(7)-----| |-----0---3-/5----------------7---| |--0-----------------------7------| |---------3-/5--0-----------------| 3. |------------5-------------------5------------------| |--4-/54/5-------------------------5-3------------| |---------------5----------3-/5----------0----------| |--------------------------3-/5---------------------| |--4-/54/5--------3-2p0--3-/5-------------2-/3--0-| |---------------------------------------------------| T^ V 4. |-----------------| |-----------------| Measure 4. is a free flowing |------0--0-------| strum transition to Section III. |------0----------| Use thumb down strum if using |--0---0-----0----| fingerpicks...otherwise use |-----------------| back of index or middle finger T^ Section III 1. 2. |----------12-------------|----------12--------------| |--10-/12-----------------|--10-/12------------------| |-------------------------|--------------------------| |--------------12---------|-------------12-----------| |-X10-/12--------------12-|-X10-/12--------------12--| |------------------12-----|-----------------12-------| V V 3. |----------12----------12-|--------------------------------- |--10-/12----------12-----|--10-/12------------------------- |-------------------------|----------12------11--10-----10X |--------------12---------|--------------------------------- |-X10-/12-----------------|-X10-/12-----X12-X11-----X10----- |---------------------X12-|--------------------------------- T^ Repeat Section II Section III This requires you to really dig in with the slide, especially at the 4th fret. The tab appears bizarre but you have to listen very close to the timing of the the tune to make it add up. 1. + + |-------------------------------------------------------- |-----------------0-------------------------------------- |--2-/4---2-/4---------4-2--0-------------4-2--0------- |-------------------0-------------0-----0x------------0-- |-X2-/4--X2-/4--0---------2----------0--0x-4-2--0------- |------------------------------2--------------------2---- V T^ + + + + 2. |-------------------------|------------------------------ |-------------------------|----------------0------------- |--0--2X--0---------------|--2-/4--2-/4---------4-2--0-- |------------3---2---0----|-------------------0---------- |--0--2X--0---------------|-X2-/4--X-----0---------2----- |--------------3---2---0--|------------------------------ V + + + ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- ---------0--4-2--0-------2-/3--2--0------------- ------0----------------0------------------------- ---------0-----2----------2-/3--2--0------------- ---2-----------------2-----------------0--2--4--- |--------5-------------------- |--3-/5--------------3-/5----- |--------------5-------------- |-----------5--------------5-- |--3-/5----------X5--3-/5----- |----------------------------- T^ |--5-3------------------------------5-/7---------| |-----------------------------------------7-------| |--------0---2-/3--0---0--------------------7-----| |------------------------0--3-/5------------------| |------------2-/3--0---0-----------------------0--| |---------------------------3-/5--0---------------| V |------------5-------------------5------------------| |--4-/54/5-------------------------5-3------------| |---------------5----------3-/5----------0----------| |--------------------------3-/5---------------------| |--4-/54/5--------3-2p0--3-/5-------------2-/3--0-| |---------------------------------------------------| T^ V |---------------------- |--X-/12--11/12------- Interesting transition to the |--X-/12---------12---- next measure. A rough approx- |--X-/12--------------- imation....however, hit the |--X-/12--------------- high octave string on last |--X-/12--------------- note with thumb. T^ T^ Repeat Section I, II and III. Then repeat Section II, measure 3 is noted again below for continuity to show ending, new measure 4. 3. |------------5-------------------5------------------ |--4-/54/5-------------------------5-3------------ |---------------5----------3-/5----------0---------- |--------------------------3-/5--------------------- |--4-/54/5--------3-2p0--3-/5-------------2-/3--0- |--------------------------------------------------- T^ V 4. |--------------| |--------------| |--------------| |--3-/5--------| |--------------| |--3-/5--------| V Comments, questions and corrections most welcome... Jim Jarrell [email protected]

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