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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------# #This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the # #song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. # #------------------------------------------------------------------------------## From: John Marshall Daniel Subject: House of the Rising Sun Hmm... Not Dylan, definitely not the Animals, probably traditional. The chords posted earlier aren't the way I play it, though I haven't played it in a while and may be a bit off. I'll check it when I get home and if it's really wrong I'll repost tomorrow.Here goes. I don't recall precisely what these chords are, just that (I'm pretty sure) they're Asomething and Bsomething... Asomething: E 3 B 2 G 2 D 2 A E Bsomething: E 1 B 3 G 3 D 3 A E Again, I don't remember the precise chord names. Play this clean and get a friend to tool along with you on a cheezy Casio keyboard for that Animals sound. HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN by some long-dead blues warrior Dm F G Bsomething There is a house in New Orleans Dm F Asomething They call the rising sun Dm F G Bsomething and its been the ruin of many a poor boy Dm Asomething Dm and God, I know I'm one (repeat as necessary through the rest of the song. Approximate lyrics continue) My mother was a tailor She sewed my new blue jeans My father was a gamblin' man Down in New Orleans Now the only things a gambler needs is a suitcase and a trunk and the only time he's feeling satisfied is when he's on a drunk Now mothers Tell your children Not to do what I have done And spend your life in sincere misery in the House of the Rising Sun -------- For each chord I play a little run down the strings in order like this, hitting the 2 bass strings first: EA DGBeBG (Does this make sense? It means just start at the bass E string and go down in order and come back up. But you knew that. Just listen to the song, timing is pretty simple.) Again, if I discover that this is really wrong I'll repost. Swing, jd listening to "Bonzo Goes to Bitburg" while watching RR at the Repub. Convention This is my version of House Of the Rising Sun, by the Animals. I think I learned this from some book or something. The chord changes are as follows: Am C D F Am C E E Am C D F Am E Am E .... {repeats, ad infinitum} The chords are arpeggiated starting at the 5th string, all the way to the 1st string and then back up the 2nd and 3rd strings. For example: The song begins with arpeggiated Am (let arpeggios ring out) E --------------- A -0------------- D ---2----------- G -----2-------2- B -------1---1--- E ---------0----- After arpeggiating for a while the song "breaks out" and instead of arpeggios, the guitarist strums the same chords in the following rythm (this is also the rythm for the arpeggios): | |-|-| | | | | | | | | | | 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 The chord voicings I use follow: Am C D F E ---------------------------------------------- ---0----3----0----0----2---------------------- ---2----2----0----3----2---------------------- ---2----0----3----2----1---------------------- ---1----1----2----1----0---------------------- ---0----0----3----1----0---------------------- I'm not positive F chord... It could be a barre chord, but I can't switch to it fast enough, so I use the one shown above. The bass line, I believe, is the note of every chord, an octave lower. So, the bass line would be: Am C D F Am C E E Am C D F Am E Am E ---------------------0--0-------------------0------0- --0--3---------0--3---------0--3---------0------0---- --------0--3----------------------0--3--------------- ----------------------------------------------------- Both the bass line and guitar remain the same throughout the entire song (except when the guitar switches from arpeggios to chords, for only the last verse, I think, and then back to arpeggios) jlewis@night.vtc.vsc.edu From: roadrun@iol.ie (Roadrunner Tour Management) Subject: House of the R.-Sun "beefed up" Another way of playing House of the R. Sun: There is a house in New Orleans Am7 Cmj7 Dm7 Fmj7 They call the Rising Sun Am7 Cmj7 E#9/ Eb9 (# = sharp and b = flat, in this case change from a sharp 9 to a flat 9, "one bar each") It's been the ruin of many a poor boy Am7 Cmj7 Fmj7 Fm7 And god I know, I'm one Am7 E#9 / Eb9 / Am7 ( in this case E#9 and Eb9 are being played for only "one BEAT each) Have fun with this version of "House of........."!!! It will leave you lots of room to improvise! Good Luck, "Roadrunner Tour Management" ( Carsten ) PS.:Any questions concerning the chords etc..., don't hesitate!!!!







                       


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