Pentatonic Scale With Blues Blocks - Guitar Tabs

(/) Slide Up  (\) Slide Down  (h) Hammer On  (p) Pull Off  (b) Bend (r) Release (v) Vibrato (x) Muted

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E|--------------------------------------5--8--8--5--------------------------------------
B|--------------------------------5--8--------------8--5--------------------------------
G|-----------------------5--7--8--------------------------8--7--5-----------------------
D|-----------------5--7--------------------------------------------7--5-----------------
A|--------5--6--7--------------------------------------------------------7--6--5--------
E|--5--8--------------------------------------------------------------------------8--5--

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B|--
G|--
D|--
A|--
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About 20th Century Man : The Kinks single was released as a single in December 1971 . It centered on such themes as poverty, housing development, alienation, the welfare state . The singer expresses his regrets and worries about the modern world . As part of the refrain he exclaims he's "a twentieth century man but I don't want to die here" "20th Century Man" is a slight departure from the rest of the songs on Muswell Hillbillies, with a heavier rock sound and beat . It was recorded separately with then modern recording equipment to give it an antiquated feel . It was released in 1971. It was released as part of album Muswell Hillbillies. The genre is rock , blues rock. The track was release in 1971. The track has an affiliation to the band(s) - The Kinks.

About The Kinks : The Kinks formed in Muswell Hill, north London, in 1964 by brothers Ray and Dave Davies . The band were briefly part of the British Invasion of the United States until their touring ban in 1965 . Early works included albums such as Face to Face (1966), Something Else (1967), Arthur (1969), Lola Versus Powerman (1970), and Muswell Hillbill Ray Davies (rhythm guitar, lead vocals, keyboards) and Dave Davies (lead guitar, vocals) remained members throughout the band's 32-year run . Longest-serving member Mick Avory (drums and percussion) was replaced by Bob Henrit, formerly of Argent, in 1984 . The Kinks The group has many notable artists like Muswell Hill,Dave Davies. Their music is influenced by genres - rock , pop.

About Muswell Hillbillies : The Kinks' first album for RCA Records in November 1971 . The album is named after the Muswell Hill area of North London, where Ray Davies and Dave Davies grew up . The album introduces a number of working class figures and the stresses with which they must contend . It did not sell well but received positive Muswell Hillbillies was recorded between August and October 1971 at Morgan Studios, London . Their contract with Pye/Reprise Records expired the same year . The band's new brass section included Mike Cotton on trumpet, John Beecham and Alan Holmes on clarinet . It had a contribution from notable artists like Dave Davies. It had an affiliation to bands - Muswell Hillbillies,the Kinks. Its music is influenced by genres - country rock music hall.

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