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The Mammy Anthem Tabs (ver.2)

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The Mammy Anthem Tabs (ver.2)

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                "The Mammy Anthem" - Frank Zappa

The is a basic arrangement of the header as it appears on You Can't Do
That On Stage Anymore VolI. Note on the original there are 3 guitar parts, 
but this is a kinda solo guitar arrangement.

(section A)                                 
                              3X  
 D       G   F   D     F    G      D#
-2-2-2---3---1---2---------------!!------------!
-3-3-3---3---1---3-----10---12---!!-8----------!
-2-2-2---4---2---2-----10---12---!!-8----------!
-0-0-0---5---3---0-----10---12---!!-8----------!
-----------------------8----10---!!-6----------!
---------------------------------!!------------!

(Note: Repeat section before double line.)

Repeat section A then:

(section B) 
                             3X 
-------!--------!-------!-------!!-----------------------!
-------!--------!-------!-------!!-----------------------!
-------!--------!-------!-------!!-5-5-5-5--5-5-5--5-5-5-!
--8----!-11-----!-6-----!-8-----!!-5-5-5-5--5-5-5--5-5-5-!
--6----!-9------!-4-----!-6-----!!-3-3-0-3--3-0-3--3-0-3-!
--9----!-12-----!-7-----!-9-----!!-----------------------!

The repeated section is a combination of the various notes played by various 
instruments eg the Bb Db Ab Bb series is Frank's guitar. The next riff segues
straight into section A again. This time in section A there is a little riff
played after the G:

--------------------------------------
--------------------------------------
--------------------------------------
-------0------------------------------
-3-3-2---3----3-2-3-2-----------------
----------------------1---------------

After this there is a solo in a kind of Abm tonality. Then section B again and
finally section A again.
            
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