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Moby Dick guitar tab
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Drum SOLO!!!!!!!!! Riff1 1x drumfill Riff2 drumfill Riff3 End: D5 C5 A5 E B G 5 3 2 D 5 3 2 A 7 5 0 D Date: Tue, 28 Nov 95 EST Subject: Update to Tab: Moby Dick by Led Zeppelin I've updated this tab so please add it to the archives. Thank you. From: Simon Chiplin I've never heard the song myself, but here's a friend's transcription of that Led Zeppelin classic!!??
Named after the whale in the novel Moby-Dick by Herman Melville , it was also known by the alternate titles "Pat's Delight" early — version with completely different guitar riff and "Over the Top" with "Out on the Tiles" intro section and original closing reprise during various points of the band's career. The tune emerged after Led Zeppelin guitarist and producer Jimmy Page would often catch drummer John Bonham jamming or improvising in the studio, recorded parts of his solos and pieced it all together. The beginning and end of the song feature a power trio of Bonham, Page and bassist John Paul Jones performing a 12 bar blues riff in Drop D tuning , leaving the remainder of the song open for Bonham alone. The structure of the main riff is that of the twelve-bar blues. Singer Robert Plant did not sing at all and in concert would simply introduce Bonham to the audience before the tune started.