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  1. Take Me With You (live) from Live In The Heart Of The City (1980). On all tracks from this album, I am playing a customised Kramer 350 bass with 2 Di Marzio P-bass pickups in reverse configuration, close together, with probably La Bella Quarterwound strings. I think at this time I was using a Sunn Coliseum Bass amp into an Acoustic 408 4x15 cabinet. I'm sure I could have transcribed it using lots of repeat signs, taking up less space, but writing it out in full means that any slight changes are mostly written out. Take Me With You (live).pdf
  2. Black And Blue, from Ready An' Willing (1980). Black And Blue.pdf
  3. Sweet Talker from Live In The Heart Of The City (1980). Sweet Talker.pdf
  4. Come On (live version) from Live In The Heart Of The City. I freely admit that some of the playing is not perfect on the recording - perhaps the notation tidies it up a little, though I've tried to be accurate! Come On live.pdf
  5. Hit An' Run, from Come An' Get It (1981). Hit An' Run.pdf
  6. They’re struggling to be audible above thundering double bass drums!
  7. Crying In The Rain (1987 version). Trivia: the chord sequence through the whole guitar solo was my idea, but because the song had already been recorded without it on Saints An' Sinners (1982) I didn't receive a credit. Crying In The Rain.pdf
  8. Love To Keep You Warm, from 1978's Trouble album. Modified P-bass with Velvet Hammer pickups and flatwound strings, into a Peavey amp & cab (no DI). Love To Keep You Warm.pdf
  9. Ain't Gonna Cry No More from Whitesnake's Live In The Heart Of The City (1980). My playing is a bit messy on this - sorry, too much adrenalin! Ain't Gonna Cry No More (live).pdf
  10. Don't Break My Heart Again?, Is This Love? 😉
  11. Lonely Days, Lonely Nights from the 1981 album Come An' Get It. Lonely Days Lonely Nights.pdf
  12. The Time Is Right For Love from the 1978 album Trouble. Don't think I can play that fast these days! (150 bpm). The Time Is Right For love.pdf
  13. Still Of The Night from 1987 Whitesnake album. No matter how anyone might have played the main riff since, this is what I played, following what John Sykes wrote & played when we did the backing tracks in autumn 1985. There was overdubbed fretless playing chords during the middle section, which wasn't used on the final mix. The fast bass runs at the end of the track are completely buried in the original mix - a bit easier to make out on the 2017 remix version but still very hard to hear what I play during the end fade-out - if I'd still been in the band in 1987, I would have played it from memory then and would still remember it now (or would have had a tape with what I played much more audible) but I've only played Still Of The Night once or twice in 35 years. Still Of The Night.pdf
  14. 6. Transcription of Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City from Live In The Heart Of The City (1980). Some bits are hard to notate, with my ability anyway! Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City (live).pdf
  15. 5: Don't Break My Heart Again My transcription of Don't Break My Heart Again from Whitesnake's 1981 album Come An' Get It. Don't Break My Heart Again.pdf
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