#1
So, yes, I've recently found myself rather taken by the Jimi Hendrix song "1983 (A Merman Should I Turn to Be)". So much, in fact, that I'd like to try and record a little "jam" based on the middle section of it: it's a good atmosphere to it, really.

But, I'm not too terribly skilled in matters of music theory. So, I would very much appreciate a rough analysis of the song for me, particularly the parts between the lyric sections.

These are the main points that need addressing:

--key of the song (thus, what scales I'd best be off using)
--a rough chord sequence for the middle section, particularly from where Hendrix's clean guitar come in to where the fuzz guitar overdub comes in. Implied chord changes, I guess.


If any good backing tracks happen to exist, I'd be greatly appreciative towards those as well.


I'm sorry if the point of this isn't quite clear, please tell me if it isn't.


Any and all help is greatly appreciated.
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#3
See, that's why I was asking. The tab version doesn't cover anything past the first vocal bit, and I don't have either of those "Fancy Tab" programs. Thus, they're really no help to me.
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#4
No sympathy for me at all, huh?
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