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After Midnight  J.J. Cale

Subject: JJ CALE
J.J.J. Cale's music:
AFTER MIDNIGHT from "Naturally" (1st album):
Key: D
h h

This riff is played twice, and then J.J. starts singing:

Af - ter mid-night
Riff 2
F G D (play riff2 twice)

we're gon-na let it all___ hang out
gon-na shake your tam - bour - ine
[D] [F] [G]  

Af-ter mid)night we're gon-na chug-a-lug &
it's gon-na be peaches and
(In the following, strike chords only at the chord letters.
2nd verse coincides with 1st wherever only one line is typed)
D (repeat riff twice) | D D D-D D |
| |
shout we're gon-na |cause talk and suspicion |
cream | |
F F F-F F | G G G-G G |
| |
give an ex-hi-bi-tion |find out what it is all a-|
A A A-A A-A | D D D-D D |
| |
bout. | Af-ter mid- night, |
F F - F G G-G | D (riff2 twice)|
| |
we're gon - na let it all___ hang| out. |
D D D-D D| (1. Return to F on line 3)
| (2. solo starts)
Af-ter mid - night |
The solo is fairly basic and follows the progression of the
verse (2 times). I'm not typing it in, 'cause you should be
able to get it off the record. If not: improvise!
N.C. |(Return to '*', repeat & fade part after '**')
We're gon-na |
I hope this helps you master this tune, and remind you that if
you should ever come across any of J.J.'s stuff: POST IT!!
Phew!!! I only have these tunes written in music (notes), and
the converting to TAB is bugging me although I know some of it
by heart. In the following I only give you the chord
structure. I just don't have the time to do everything...
If you really have trouble figuring out some parts: listen to
the records. If that doesn't help: Send me a line and I'll try
to help.
Cajuun Moon From "Okie" 3rd album.
Recorded in Ebminor
Arranged in Dminor
Intro: Dm G Dm A7 G
[m] Cajun moon_ where does you[G]r power lie_? as you[Dm] move_ across
the so[G]uthern sky.__ You took my b[Dm]aby way too s[A7]oon. What have
you d[G]one_ Cajun m[Dm]oon?_
(Same structure thruout song, fade on 6th verse ending.)
2. Someday baby, when you want your man
And find him gone, just like the wind
Don't trouble your mind, whatever you do,
'Cause Cajun moon took him from you.
3. Repeat verse 1
4. When daylight fades, and night comes on,
You can hear the silence of this song,
Don't trouble your mind, whatever you do,
'Cause he got me like he got you.
5. Repeat verse 1
6. Repeat verse 1
Here's one of my favorite laid back tunes:
( Tab from: )
MAGNOLIA From "Naturally" 1st album..
Key C
Fmaj7 | Cmaj7 | Fmaj7 | Cmaj7
1. Whip poor will'| sing - ing | soft sum-mer| breeze
Fmaj7 | Cmaj7 | Fmaj7 |
makes me think of my| bay - by I | left down in New Or -|
Cmaj7 | Fmaj7 | Cmaj7
leans. | I left down in New Or-| leans
(2nd verse follows same progression)
2. Magnolia, you sweet thing
you're driving me mad
Got to get back to you baby
You're the best I ever had.
You're the best I ever had.
Am | G | Am | G
You whisper, "Good | morning", | so gently in my |ear
Am | G | Fmaj7 | Cmaj7
I'm coming home to | you babe.| I'll soon be |there.
Fmaj7 | Cmaj7 | (Solo: Am7 G Am G Am G
I'll soon be |there. | Fmaj7 Cmaj7 Fmaj7)
(Repeat 2nd verse.)
Ending: (Repeat and fade)
Fmaj7 | C
You're the best I ever had___|
DON'T GO TO STRANGERS From "Naturally" 1st album.
Recorded in A
Arranged in Bb
I used to have the tab for this masterpiece, but I seem to have misplaced it.
Anyway, I know the intro by heart, and the rest of the song is basically spun ar
ound the same theme.
Gm Bb C Gm (turnaround)

[Gm] [Bb] [D] [C]  

(Then there's a solo part over the same theme.)
(If any of you have trouble figuring this one out: Send me a mail and I'll
try to help!)
(Song starts:)
[Gm] If Im standing in a crowd ___ [Bb] call my name, __[C]_ call it l[Gm]oud.
[Gm] Don't go to strang-ers, [Bb]woman,____ call on [D7]me.
Wave your [Gm]arm in the air,__[Bb]_ let me know____[C] that you're there[G]
When in doubt,____ oh, w[D7]oman, call on m[G]e
(Main solo part starts. Progression: G Bb C G G Bb D7 Gm Bb C Gm D7 Gm)
Don't lea[C]ve me here to rust.____ Don't l[G]et me turn to dust._
Oh, wom-an, when in doubt,____ call on me._[D7]___
If I'm stan[G]d-ing in a crowd,___[Bb]__ call my name,__[C]_ call it loud.__[G]
Don't go to stran-gers wo[D7]m-an, call on me.___[G]_
(Outro: Repeat & fade)
[G] [Bb] [C] [G]  

I hope you enjoy it, but remember: If you want to play along with the
recorded version you'll have to rearrange it in A.
Fredrik Koller Lund,
Institute of Applied Mathematics University of Bergen, Norway.
Disclaimer: This was posted from, not by the university of Bergen.

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