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Anyone have a chart for Une Histoire Simple

PowerfibersPowerfibers Buffalo, New YorkNew
edited August 2007 in Repertoire Posts: 43
This tune appears on the second Bireli Gipsy Project CD, although I had thought the name was Ballade Jessie. Is anyone familiar with the song and the right changes? Thanks in advance.
Bob Maulucci
http://www.djambossa.com
New CD out now, "Moonflower"

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  • JackJack western Massachusetts✭✭✭✭
    Posts: 1,911
    Hi Bob,

    Try something like what I've got below. It sounds to me like it's mostly ii-V-I stuff, but played in a more modern style than we might be used to hearing, so you may need to play with your chord shapes, passing tones, etc.
    A Section:
    Em7/B    A7|Dmaj7    |Em7/B    A7|Bb6    Dmaj7|
    G#m7    C#7|F#m7    B7|Em7/B    A7|Dmaj7     |
    first A finishes with a turnaround I can't catch...
    
    B Section:
    G        C7      | D          | Bm7       E7  | Fm  Bb7  Em7  A7|
    

    Something like that, anyway! Hope it helps...

    best,
    Jack.
  • angareskeroangareskero Monastère sur-Eau✭✭✭
    Posts: 18
    hello there,
    here is my leadsheet for "une histoire simple".
    It first appeared on "Nuances" from Babik Reinhardt.
    have fun!
  • BarengeroBarengero Auda CityProdigy
    Posts: 527
    hello there,
    here is my leadsheet for "une histoire simple".

    Hi angareskero,

    I am pleased to cordially welcome you as a new member in this forum. Nice to see you coming forward here at last and I hope that you ´ll stick around.

    Thanks for posting that great lead sheet - excellent job!!

    Best,
    Barengero
  • angareskeroangareskero Monastère sur-Eau✭✭✭
    Posts: 18
    latcho dives barengero,
    I have also some other songs written with finale,
    like "ma première guitare" from Sacha Distel. When I'm looking for a song and I don't find it in some real-book, I'll generally make a transscription of it
    because it is also some kind of ear-training.
    à la prochaine
    angareskero
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