I had this concept--after a strange dream, while scoping out the I Dreamed I Saw st. Augustine
tab in my just-in-case-it-disappears downloaded dylanchords
, of ...St. Augustine
as a slow moody slide in Open D ala Blind Texas Marlin. But then I got to wondering whether someone might have a chord dictionary online where a few variations on a first position B Minor
in Open D might be found. Voila! Achtung, Baby! Behold Brian's huge chordlist collection
. Oh, man, he's got your standard and open tunings on guitar plus mandolin, uke, banjos, bouzouki, pipa and lute. A living room guitarist's must have, no doubt, although a few more open tunings for pipa would have been nice...
I keed, I keed on that last there, of course...
But last night, I actually did dream that I was riding the bus and hanging with the Bobster himself (my first celebrity dream in near a decade, too! Whoo hoo!) and feeling a great deal of diffidence in his presence. Especially when we were in that faded millionare's row there, with a few half size tyrannosaurs stalking the grounds of the mansion next door. All the while talking to various cats who flopped over on the sidewalk when we passed.
This is what I get for not leaving the radio on with the BBC Overnight on. Instead the usual round the clock Siberian methane release global warming nightmare, I get downsized purple striped tyrannosaurs and B. Dylan. Well, it was
a step up of sorts but, man, was he cranky... Anyhow and all the same, I'll let you be in my dream if you blah blah woof woof in your dream. And whatever, all the same etc. --Brian's huge chordlist collection is no doubt quite possibly an asset for the 82nd Couchborne living room geetar players virtual legion and, hence, therefore best of the web. And who knows who, what, when, where else rates such an encomium ? Christmas in the Heart
already tabbed, perhaps ? Man, talk about OCD completist detailing, though...