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Brittni Paiva's - Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Tonight I’m posting Brittni Paiva’s beautiful interpretation of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" based on her YouTube video. Jon has had this one finished for a few weeks but things have been a little hectic and I wasn’t able to get it posted. We also wanted to get Brittni’s input which she so graciously provided. She plays a KoAloha strung with a low G but the arrangement works very well with re-entrant tuning. I’ve provided al link to the video from the Tabs page.

I’ve been pretty busy and my classic rock band, Rockslide, has been in the studio the past few weeks working on a new demo. Here is a link to the final mix of Billy Idol’s Rebel Yell for those that want to take a little detour from the ukulele routine. I love the ukulele but I still enjoy cutting loose on the guitar as well.
Rebel Yell mp3

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Comment from: Ayden [Visitor]
Wow Dominator, the Rockslides totally Rock, that's an awesome Billy Idol cover.

Thanks for the Brit tab, I've been waiting patiently.

As always, thanks for all your generosity and sharing your talents w/ us.

Permalink 03/08/07 @ 15:26
Comment from: Aya [Visitor]
hey dominic-san!

fantastic work!!
i really like this song:)
i started practicing this song today.
hope i have chance to show you me playing!!

by the way. brittani's coming to tokyo in may.
james hill. bruce shimabukuro and jake. you
should come to japan then!

Permalink 03/10/07 @ 07:07
Comment from: brian [Visitor]
thanks for brittani's tabs...i'll give it a try.
i really enjoyed listening to rocking-out on the
guitar...any chance of doing the same on the uke?

Permalink 03/10/07 @ 22:24
Comment from: Paul [Visitor]
Hey Dominic,

Britti finally hit the big time. You tabbed one of her songs!! Good work as always.

Permalink 03/11/07 @ 18:46

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