Here's a link to Goose Creek Symphony's website http://goosecreeksymphony.com/
There are most of their albums there for sale if you click on discography, they have albums as well as other things. As far as you mentioning tabs or chords, either is fine, just whats easier for you. They changed their website recently and all the albums aren't there, they started in 1972, and were the headliners at concerts for years, with bands like Marshall Tucker, Charlie Daniels, and lots of other Southern Rock bands up until the 80's ish I think they called it off for awhile, but at some point Charlie Decided he hadn't had enough, so he and pearl put a band back together and play a limited amount of shows every summer, here in North Carolina, Kentucky, Virginia, Tennessee, and a couple of other places.
Charlie has a few health problems now, so I'm not sure how much longer he'll be touring, so next summer when they play, if you get a chance to see them, I'd take it. They are on of those bands that sound better live, than they do on recordings, or maybe it's just the type of people they draw, or maybe it's just me. One more link I'll leave you is one off their new album. He's at Grimeys music store in Nashville, hope you enjoy it! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NR4yNO1rJPo