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John Mayall And The Bluesbreakers - All Your Love Tabs

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All Your Love Tabs

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John Mayall And The Bluesbreakers
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                Standard tuning - E-A-D-G-B-e

\ - slide down
/ - slide up
~ - vibrato
h - hammer on
p - pull off

This song was written by Otis Rush, a Chicago-style Blues guitar player and vocalist. 
your love is a slow Blues in A minor.

You can use the A pentatonic Blues scale and the chords Am (I), Dm (IV), Em (V), or the 
7th chords Am7 (I), Dm7 (IV), Em7 (V).

The Rhythm guitar is quite simple - use the standard Blues chord progression and
play the chords like:

  Am                             Dm                   Em
I---------------------------------------------------------------------|
I-------------------------------------------------------------5-------|
I-------------------------------------------5-5-5-h7--------5---7-5---|
I----5-5-5-h7-----5-5-5-h7----5-5-5-h7----/7-------------/7-----------|
I--/7-----------/7----------/7-----------5-------------5--------------|
I-5------------5------------5-----------------------------------------|


----------------------------------------------------------------------|
----------------------------------------------------------------------|
-------------------------------------7-7-7-h9-------5-5-5-------------|
------5-5-5-h7-------5-5-5-h7-----/9--------------/7------------5-5-5-|
---/7-------------/7-------------7---------------5------------/7------|
-5--------------5--------------------------------------------5--------|

--------------------------|I
--------------------------|I
--------------------------|I
------5-5-5-h7------------|I
---/7-------------etc.----|I
-5------------------------|I

Lead

I-5/----------------------5/--------------------5/--------------------------|
I-5/----------------------5/--------------------5/--------------------------|
I-5/--7b(9)rb7p5---5------5/-7b(9)rb7p5---5-----5/-7b(9)rb7p5---5h7~~-------|
I----------------7---7~~~---------------7---7~~---------------7-------------|
I---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
I---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

--5/----------------------5/------------------------------------------------|I
--5/----------------------5/------------------------------------------------|I
--5/--7b(9)rb7p5---5------5/-7b(9)rb7p5---5-9~~~--9-9-7-5~--7p5-5----5------|I
-----------------7---7~~~---------------7------------------------------7----|~-I
----------------------------------------------------------------------------|I
----------------------------------------------------------------------------|I

The rest of the verse lead is mostly played with these notes. Easy to figure out. During 
vocals EC played some fills, all nice in the blues scale, like:
I---5~~~--5-10-8h10p8h10-etc.----|I
I--------------------------------|I
I--------------------------------|I
I--------------------------------|I
I--------------------------------|I
I--------------------------------|I

First part of the solo (do not mute the strings, let ring, much distortion!). Take a 
look: you just play the Am, Dm and Em chord as arpeggios...
I----------12----------12------------------------12---------5-------------|
I----13----------13------------------------13----------13---6-------------|
I-14----14----14----14----14~~~--repeat-14----14----14------7-repeat 1st--|
I-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
I-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
I-------------------------------------------------------------------------|

------------12--------7-7\5-8---------------|I
------13----------13--8-8\6-6---------------|I
---14----14----14-----9-9\7-7-7br5----------|I
------------------------------------7-------|p5h7~-I
--------------------------------------------|I
--------------------------------------------|I


Then, at 1:48 min, the rhythm changed for the second solo part to an up tempo shuffle:
I---------------8b(9)--------------8----------------10b(12)rb10-p8h10-8b----|
I---10-10-10-10-------10b(13)~~-10---10-8---8-10-------------------------10-|
I--------------------not-easy!-----------9----------------------------------|
I---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
I---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
I---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

10b(12)-8----8b-----|I
-----------10-------|I
--------------------|I
--------------------|I
--------------------|I
--------------------|I

I--------------------------5\-----------8-10-10-8----8b--20b(23)-20b(22)~----|
I--8b(10)~~--8-------------5\---10-8-10-----------10-------------------------|
I--------------9-7-5b------5\------------------------------------------------|
I----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
I----------------------7-----------------------------------------------------|
I----------------------------------------------------------------------------|

20-17-17-17----------|I
------------20b(23---|-I
---------------------|I
---------------------|I
---------------------|I
---------------------|I

I-------------------------------------------|I
I--20-17-------------------17-------5\------|I
I--------19b(21)-19-17-19-----------5\------|I
I-----------------------------17b-----------|I
I-------------------------------------------|I
I-------------------------------------------|I


You play in the first fingering pattern of the A Blues scale, but now on the 17th fret. 
rest is played like the beginning.
            
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