Posts Tagged ‘chord charts’

I have been singing the praises (literally) of Martin Sexton for a while now, and here is just a bit more. His new album “Sugarcoating” is out, and there is a tune on there called “Boom Sh-Boom” that is funky and awesome.

UPDATE: Here is a video clip of me performing this tune at a recent concert:

No one that I have seen online has transcribed it yet, so here it is with lyrics and basic chord structure.

boom-sh-boom.odt (Open Office Document)

boom-sh-boom.pdf (Adobe PDF)

If you are diggin’ his tunes then you can check out my other chord chart I made for his tune “Diggin’ Me Diggin’ You”.


Thanks to friends of mine with awesome tastes in music, I have been recently introduced to Martin Sexton. If you don’t know him already and you’re reading my blog you will probably love him. He is exactly what I’d like to aspire to someday (maybe not quite so much the Jack Black lookalike, although that’s cool too). But a troubadour with an amazing voice, unique guitar style, and extremely well-crafted songs singing to rooms full of music lovers. That’s sounds awesome.

I have transcribed one of his jazzy tunes that I couldn’t find already charted out online, pretty simple little jazz tune but so much in those simple changes. He’s playing it in a different key on this Youtube clip, but he does it in E on the album version. Enjoy! ‘Diggin Me’ via Google Docs

Posted By Ben Hammond to Ben Hammond at 4/21/2009 03:20:00 PM __________________________________________________
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