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Blowing Free Tab
wish boneash
blowing free
tabed by alan mcintyre
ozzyismadsayi@hotmail.com

this part is for the lead
but to play 2nd guitar play it down a string
iv only tabed the intro so far cos its a hard song to tab
especially when your a bassist

intro

g|---0----|--------|--------|-----0h2-----0h2|
d|-2---3-2|-0-3-1-0|---0----|-0h2-----0h2----|
a|--------|--------|-2---3-2|----------------|


email me for questions
or comments 
hopefully i will tab the whole song
(iv tabbed it all for bass)

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About the artist behind Blowing Free Tab:

Wishbone Ash are a British rock band who achieved particular success in the early and mid-1970s with their most critically acclaimed records including Wishbone Ash (1970), Argus (1972), There's the Rub (1974) and New England (1976). Although the band lacked a definitive vocalist like Ian Gillan (Deep Purple) or Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin), they were famous for inventing and popularising the twin lead guitar.

Formed in Devon in 1969 out of the ashes of the group The Empty Vessels, which had featured Wishbone Ash's founding members Martin Turner (bass/vocals) and Steve Upton (drums and percussion), the original line-up was completed by guitarists/vocalists Andy Powell and Ted Turner. In 1974 Ted Turner left the band and was replaced by Laurie Wisefield. The band managed to soldier on with strong critical and commercial success, until 1980 when co-founder and co-frontman Martin Turner left, because the band wanted to relegate him to bass duties only.

After revolving line-up featuring former members from King Crimson, Trapeze and Uriah Heep, Laurie Wisefield quits in 1985. In 1987 however, the original line-up reunited for a couple of albums, until 1990, when Steve Upton quit the band. After Martin Turner was replaced in 1991 and Ted Turner quit in 1993, Andy Powell decided to form a new version of the band, where Powell would operate Wishbone Ash as a personal business venture and employ musicians on a session basis, rather than the band as a group. Since 1995, the "band" have continued with mixed critical and commercial success again frequently changing members on studio albums. There have not been two consecutive records recorded by the same line-up since 1989.

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