- Tapa blanda: 108 páginas
- Editor: Alfred Pub Co Inc (1 de agosto de 2012)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0739092650
- ISBN-13: 978-0739092651
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- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº712.427 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros (Ver el Top 100 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros)
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Rush -- Clockwork Angels: Authentic Bass Tab (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 1 ago 2012
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Rush's 19th studio album features all the classic elements that have endeared the band to several generations of fans and made them the most successful progressive rock group of all time! The book contains all the songs faithfully transcribed in authentic bass TAB, beautiful full-color artwork, and a complete lyrics section. Titles: Caravan * BU2B * Clockwork Angels * The Anarchist * Carnies * Halo Effect * Seven Cities of Gold * The Wreckers * Headlong Flight * BU2B2 * Wish Them Well * The Garden.
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The tablature itself is a decent effort. For the most part, the bulk of the songs are correct, the main riffs are correct and for someone who wants to just pick up a tune and play, this is a pretty good resource.
Of course, Rush fans are a bit more fanatic than that. Most of the people that would be buying this want a high degree of accuracy and thorough transcriptions. This is where the book falters a bit. There is a LOT of simplification throughout the book. Sections simply repeated without noting the variations in the part, many rhythms are simplified or plain wrong to make them easier to read (example, there is a difference between three quarter note triplets and two dotted eighths and an eighth note). At some points, it's "Geddy Lite". Anyone who has played or even listened to a lot of modern Rush knows Geddy's affinity for adding sixteenth notes to his phrases. Many of those are missing or simply cut and pasted when there are variations to be heard. Small details, in some cases, but enough of them to disappoint.
So, to sum up, for the casual bass player who wants to pick up some Rush tunes and play them, it's a decent book. For those who strive to cover their music more accurately, it's worthwhile as something to check your ear against or to give you a basic structure to work with, while you figure it out on your own but not a truly faithful transcription.