I have been looking for a tab to Bob Dylan's "It takes a lot to laugh, it takes a train to cry" from his Highway 61 Revisited album. Most of the tabs I've seen show an A chord but when I try to play with the recording an Ab (or E with capo on 4th fret) sounds right. Any help would be appreciated!
just had a listen to that song, ive never heard it before but ur right it start's with an Ab and then change's to Eb x68886. There may be a chord in between but as far as i can tell it's only two chords.
ive always found dylon's timing with the rythm unique and tricky to imitate.
I found that if I put a capo on the 4th fret I can alternate between E and Esus and then move to A shortly before playin B then back to the alternating E - Esus part.
I might have to just try and tab this out even though I'm not the best at it.