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Dominator
01-18-2008, 05:29 PM
I posted Super Mario this evening. This is the Live version James Hill plays on his YouTube video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_mp5rw32ws). He got back to me this morning with his final comments so we are good to go.

I find this to be a pretty difficult tune to play cleanly at tempo. I can't even come close but I did figure it out so the rest of you can get it down ;). Have fun.

Tab can be downloaded from my website in the signature below. Just navigate to the Tabs page from the links at the very top of the page.

clevacheva
01-18-2008, 07:08 PM
Thank You So Much!!

rayan
01-19-2008, 10:14 AM
great job as always Dom. Mind if we feature it on the front page?

Dominator
01-19-2008, 12:39 PM
great job as always Dom. Mind if we feature it on the front page?

No problem Ryan. Do whatever you think is best.

pakiboy949
01-19-2008, 02:08 PM
Dom, you're a great help to learning more about the ukulele :D

(tough song though)

Ikaru
01-23-2008, 11:37 AM
Thanks alot Dom!
A friend of mine was waiting for a long time for this to come.

So there is the lowGCEA and the ADF#B version on your page:
http://dominator.ukeland.com/index2.shtml

And I also found the highGCEA version here:
http://allspecies.net/ukulele/
The link to this page is also on your Page Dom. This guy made some sweet tabs do you know what happend with him?

Dominator
01-23-2008, 04:08 PM
Thanks alot Dom!
A friend of mine was waiting for a long time for this to come.

So there is the lowGCEA and the ADF#B version on your page:
http://dominator.ukeland.com/index2.shtml

And I also found the highGCEA version here:
http://allspecies.net/ukulele/
The link to this page is also on your Page Dom. This guy made some sweet tabs do you know what happend with him?

Actually, there is only one version on my site currently which is the new one with Low A. (I removed the original tab of the studio cut from James' first CD). I could change the tuning and post additonal files in Low G if there is a desire. I guess that way folks could use the midi file as a reference for what it should sound like and not have to worry about re-tuning or aquiring another uke.

Regarding my friend Jon who has the other site you mention.......I haven't spoken with him for quite some time now. I think I will ping him and see what's up. He is a very good transcriber and has done some great work on some of Jake's tunes.