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 On The Mountain de Nirvana

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# "On The Mountain" Written By Kurt Cobain - Performed By Nirvana Tab By Leo P. Cailleteau, III ( From Chicago, Illinois 10/23/1993 (DAT) On The Mountain Will Probably Never Have A Good Tab Until The Studio Version Is Eventually Released By Geffen, But I Pointing Everyone In The Right Direction. The Chorus Part Is Very Questionable. It Sounds Like He Does Not Change Chords Through Out, Except For A Slight Pull Off, With The Key To Playing It The Strum, But Who Knows, Probably Only Pat Smear. It Has A Few Parts Which Repeat Through Out The Song. Part One - The Main Riff - A Loose Interpretation - It Might Be The Bass Or It Might Be A Guitar. Who Knows! --------------------------- --------------------------- --------------------------- --------------------------- -----1----------1---------- -3------0---3------0---0--- Part Two - The Precede Anticipation Riff - It Is The Riff Which Precedes The Climax Or Is The Anticipation Of A Climax. Chords - C#5 And Eb5 -------------------- -------------------- -------------------- ----------6-------8- ----------4-------6- -------------------- Part Three - The Chorus Part - It Is The Chorus. I Seriously Question The Chorus, I Hear It As One Chord With A Slight Pull Off, But It Just Does Not Sound Correct. The Strum Is The Key. Chords- F5 With The Pull Off Being The Five And Six Strings Open. -------------------- -------------------- -------------------- -------------------- -3---0-------------- -1---0-------------- The Words Are A Bit Of A Mystery. They Are Not Even Close To The Hole Version. The Solo Just Sounds Like A Improv. The Chorus Chords Are Used During The Solo. Best Leo Corrections Desperately Wanted!! My Address Is I've been trying to decide whether this is tuned flat or D tuned, but, since tuning to D is easier and sounds just as good, I'll tab that. Intro: e------ B------ G------ D-2---0 A-2-0-0 D-2---0 This does not represent the strumming, it is a loose evaluation of the chords. You can continue playing that or drop the open A and just play the chords, I do the latter and it sounds just as good as throwing in the A, especially once you throw the distortion in. All the while, the bass is playing: G--------------------- D--------------------- A--------------------- D-2--2-2-0-2-2-2-2-0-0 This could be the same pattern that is used with the guitar for the verses, except playing the whole chord or pieces of the 5th chord depending on your personal preference. The "Bridge" is: e-------------------------------- B-------------------------------- G-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7 D-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7 A-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5 D-------------------------------- Again, the strumming is not accurate, but listen to the song and it will be pretty clear what you need to play. Kurt, as he always does with unreleased songs, played around on the solo, and I would suggest doing the same, just screw around. Anyway, have fun with this, it's a great song, probably Kurt's last, and maybe even one of his best, even though it's simple. Later. "I am negentropy I am mutability A thousand monkeys at a thousand typewriters I am absurdity I am futility An ageless Hope in a hopeless Age" -Patrick Randerson Mike Farmer>