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Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2001 20:46:17 -0400


Subject: c/circus_monkey/it_couldnt_be_anne.crd

    This is an interpretation of the song " It Couldn't

Be Anne" by Circus Monkey and it is a creation of my own work.

Although Circus Monkey is actually a fictitious band, this is

an incredible song. The fictional band is the brainchild of 

songwriter Greg Kendall who writes four songs for the band, 

a fabulous song for another band named Tacklebox, and two 

other good sounding scores.  All these are included on the 

soundtrack and in the movie "Bandwagon". Bandwagon is my 

favorite movie and as i said has great music but it is 

virtually unheard of. It was a Sundance Film Festival 

presentation and has never gotten much attention. My

favorite band is the "Connells" who are also extremely

underrated and through loving their music is how i stumbled 

upon Bandwagon. Ex-drummer John Schultz became a Hollywood 

director and thus asked longtime Connells lead singer Doug

Macmillan to star in the film. Because of its independent 

style release... this movie and soundtrack are hard to find 

and expensive as well. I regret that not many people will 

hear this wonderful music or see a darn good and funny movie.  

*** the mainstream!!! If you like music you will love this 

movie especially if you play an instrument yourself. If you 

have any questions or would like this song emailed to you 

... email me.

Finally a movie about a band!

Thursday, March 29, 2001 (4:16 pm est)  Circus Monkey

email  :           It Couldn't Be Anne

submitted by  :  Matthew Seaford            Milan Records

guitar 1 = acoustic with and without overdrive 

              (uses light overdrive throughout song around 3)


guitar 2 = electric with overdrive (uses medium overdrive 

               around 5 or so until last solo riff where 

               overdrive is up to around 7 and finishes song at 

               that level)

*this song is easier than the tab shows... just listen to  

song and you'll get all the timing, sorry i am so detailed 


*INTRO (0:00)        /guitar 1= acoustic (no overdrive)/ 

PLAYED TWICE   ...this part is difficult to tab exact

                         so listen to the song to get it


                   these are strummed once and held for a half 

                   second, then strummed quickly 2 times with 

                   an up, up, down stroke or down, up, down 

                   stroke. then a quick down and up just before 

E-0---0-- <--  you change chords.                         -0---0-        

B-0---0--                                                 -0---0-

G-4--/6-- (0-0-0)- <-- lightly hit 3 times as you         -2--/4-

D-4--/6-- (0-0-0)-      are changing chords here          -4--/6-

A-2--/4-- (0-0-0)-                                        -4--/6-

E-0---0-- (0-0-0)-  these are strummed the same -->       -0---0-

                     as first set of chords

*CHORUS/SOLO (0:15)   /guitar 1= acoustic (light overdrive)/  

PLAYED TWICE             ... plays fifth notes (power chords)

                                     /guitar 2= electric (medium overdrive)/

                                     ...plays overlaying solo ... listen to 

                                     song for exact timing for this also

guitar 1 ... similar strumming technique as intro 

     B   C#   A    B







guitar 2 ... solo overtop of power chord chorus







*Bridge 1 (0:31)      /guitar 2= electric (medium overdrive)/ 

PLAYED TWICE    ...after solo piece finishes, same as 

                           chorus piece for guitar 1 only on guitar 2

                          *note* strum chord hard and hold and then 

                          strum lightly until time to change chord 

     B   C#   A    B                          








*BRIDGE 2 (0:46)    /guitar 2 (medium overdrive) continues 

PLAYED TWICE     bridge 1 riff 2 more times but strums hard 

                             and continous instead of holding chords 

                             and guitar 1 (no overdrive) joins and plays 

                             original intro piece twice 

                             *note* bridge 2 = bridge 1 + intro


*VERSE 1 (1:02)    /guitar 2=electric (medium overdrive)/


    B C#                                          B A  E  E


E--x--x-- <-- use same strumming         --x--x--x--x-----

B--x--x--     technique as intro,        --x--x--x--x-----

G--x--x--                                --x--x--x--x-----

D--4-/6-   then hit these chords -->     --x--x--x--x-----

A--2-/4-   once and hold for one         --9--7--2--2-----

E--x--x--  second each                   --7--5--0--0-----

*VERSE 2 (1:11)  /guitar 2= eletric (medium overdrive)

PLAY ONCE        *note* verse 2 repeats verse 1 with a 

                          couple more chords, after verse 2 

                      is complete... immediately begin 


    B C#                                          B A  E F# B


E--x--x-- <-- use same strumming      --x--x--x--x--x---

B--x--x--   technique as intro,       --x--x--x--x--x---

G--x--x--                             --x--x--x--x--x---

D--4-/6--   then hit these chords --> --x--x--x--x--4---

A--2-/4--   once and hold for one     --9--7--2--4--2---

E--x--x--   second each               --7--5--0--2--x---

ok that is it. the rest is all repetive stuff already 

listed. just scroll up to see it all.    

.. ENJOY!!   -matt

*CHORUS/SOLO (1:20)  


*INTRO (1:35) 


*CHORUS/SOLO (1:52)   (slight change here as they only play 

PLAY TWICE                  G -11--9--8--------9-- instead of the 

                            D ---------------6------- full solo piece, but 

                                                      the chorus stays the same)

*VERSE 1 (2:07)


*VERSE 2 (2:15)


*CHORUS/SOLO (2:24)  (overdrive change here, guitar 2= electric, 

PLAY ONCE                 plays higher overdrive here on the solo 

                                    and for the rest of the song, medium/high

                                   (sevenish, i would say)... other than  

                                    that... its all the same)

*OUTRO= BRIDGE 1   (2:39) (both guitars play bridge 1 here 

PLAY TILL END          guitar 1= acoustic on light overdrive

                                 and guitar 2= electric on medium/heavy 


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