Here are four arrangements of the beautiful “Flower of Scotland” song, one of the unofficial national anthems of Scotland. Written in the 1960’s by Roy Williamson of The Corries, this song quickly found a place in the hearts of Scottish people and their descendants all around the world. Presented in two keys (G and D), both as the basic melody and also with harmony, you’re sure to be showing your Scottish Pride in no time with this easy-to-read tablature.
This tablature will show you exactly how to play the melody and chords for the song Folsom Prison Blues, written and performed by the “Man in Black” himself, Johnny Cash.
The tablature in the PDF link below will show you exactly how to play the melody and chords for the song Folsom Prison Blues, written and performed by the “Man in Black” himself, Johnny Cash. Cash first recorded this song way back in 1955 and it quickly became one of his signature pieces. It is a rocking fusion of blues and country elements, with murder, prison, trains and longing woven all through it. It is a favorite at jam sessions and definitely worth having in your toolbag. Continue reading “Folsom Prison Blues by Johnny Cash – 3-string Open G GDG – Cigar Box Guitar Tablature”