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steve takacs


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Post  Posted 4 Aug 2015 8:16 am    
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Here is Mick Deacy's tab that includes some wonderful tunes.. They are all free and are listed. You might thank the lad, if you use his tab

(Hey Steve I removed this link as it is/was going crazy; can you post the correct link???, Ricky)

E9th
Alfie
Ashokan Farewell
Baby's In Black

Begin The Beguine
Bewitched, Bothered & Bewildered
Close To You
Crying In The Chapel
Danny Boy (Londonderry Aire)

Don't Get Around Much Anymore
Dream A Little Dream Of Me
Evergreen
Farewell Party
Gentle On My Mind
Getting Sentimental Over You
Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
I Can't Stop Loving You
If I Fell
In My Life
In My Room
In The Bleak Midwinter
Inchworm
Just The Way You Are
Just The Way You Look Tonight
Land Of Hope & Glory
Making The Rounds
Mood Indigo
My Funny Valentine
My Heart Will Go On (Theme From "Titanic")
My Love
My Prayer
A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square
Orange Blossom Special
San Antonio Rose
She
She's Leaving Home
Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
Something
Song Of The Islands
Summer Of '42
Tenderly
The House Of The Rising Sun
When I Fall In Love
When They Ring Those Golden Bells
When You Wish Upon A Star
Wild Mountain Thyme
Yellow Bird
You'll Never Walk Alone



B6/C6th
A Foggy Day In London Town
A Walk In The Black Forest
Alfie
All Of Me
All The Things You Are
April In Paris
Autumn In New York
Body & Soul
Born To Be Blue
But Not For Me

Coronation Street (Theme from)
Chloe
Crazy
Cry Me A River
Danny Boy (Londonderry Aire)

Don't Get Around Much Anymore
Embraceable You
Fly Me To The Moon
From This Moment On
Girl Talk
Green Green Grass Of Home
Harlem Nocturne
Healing Hands Of Time
Here There & Everywhere
How High The Moon
How Insensitive
How Long Has This Been Going On
Idle Moments
I'm Glad There Is You
I Can't Give You Anything But Love
If
If I Had You
I Love You So Much It Hurts
I Only Have Eyes For You
I Thought About You
Isn't She Lovely
It Had To Be You

I Wish I Knew
Just The Way You Are
(Just) The Way You Look Tonight

La Vie En Rose
L'Il Darlin
Love Is A Many Splendoured Thing
Love Walked In
Lullaby Of Birdland
Lush Life
Mansion On The Hill
Meditation
Midnight Sun
Moody's Mood For Love
Moonglow
My Foolish Heart
Nessun Dorma
Night And Day
Old Folks
On The Alamo
Our Love Is Here To Stay
Pennies From Heaven
Skylark
Slow Boat To China
Someone To Watch Over Me
Something
Stardust
Star Trek (Theme from)
Summer Of '42
Take The "A" Train
Tangerine
Tenderly
The Christmas Song
The Good Life
The Look Of Love
The More I See You
The Nearness Of You
The Peacocks
The Very Thought Of You
There Will Never Be Another You
These Foolish Things
This Guy's In Love
True Love
Wave
Witchcraft
What's New ?
What Kind Of Fool Am I
When They Ring Those Golden Bells
Wonderful World
You Are The Sunshine Of My Life
You Don't Know What Love Is


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Jeff Garden


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Post  Posted 4 Aug 2015 9:04 am    
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Thanks for posting this, Steve, and thank you, Mick...great stuff!
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dlayne


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Post  Posted 4 Aug 2015 2:35 pm     Tab
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Steve Thanks for posting ,I did'nt know of Mick Deacy's tab,,Thank you Mr Deacy
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Austin Harper


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Post  Posted 4 Aug 2015 4:41 pm    
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Wow, I wasn't aware of this, thanks to you for posting and to Mick for sharing!
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Paul Miles


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Post  Posted 6 Aug 2015 4:18 am     Mick Deacy Free TABLATURE
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Brilliant and thanks a lot.I will be using this - very helpful.
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David Ridgeway


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Nevada, USA
Post  Posted 21 Dec 2015 8:43 am    
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guess this link is dead
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John Sluszny


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Brussels, Belgium
Post  Posted 21 Dec 2015 10:33 am    
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David Ridgeway wrote:
guess this link is dead

So do I ! Sad
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David Ridgeway


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Post  Posted 21 Dec 2015 1:15 pm    
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Ya I'm looking for tab for When You Wish Upon A Star for C6 6 string lap steel anyone know where I can find it?
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Mark Greenway


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Post  Posted 24 Dec 2015 7:59 pm    
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Yea, the link isn't working for me either. I sure wish it worked because that is a real treasure.
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Dick Chapple Sr


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Hardin Montana, USA
Post  Posted 24 Dec 2015 11:36 pm     tabs
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The link shows that the domain name needs to be renewed.
Steve is this something you can do?
Is it costly to make all of these tabs available again?
Dick
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Dave Meis


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Olympic Peninsula, Washington, USA
Post  Posted 7 Jul 2016 8:46 pm    
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Any chance of reviving this link?
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Erv Niehaus


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Litchfield, MN, USA
Post  Posted 8 Jul 2016 8:00 am    
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I clicked on that link and my computer went crazy. Some weird things going on there!! Whoa!
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Ricky Davis


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Buda, Texas USA
Post  Posted 8 Jul 2016 11:19 am    
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I removed the link Steve posted and asked if he could post another link; right there where it was posted???? Yes that previous link has some serious stuff going on with it.
Ricky
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Alan Bidmade


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Post  Posted 12 Jul 2016 9:20 am    
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I thought what was posted on the web stayed on the web...
I'd love it if this link was revived.
If anyone can help to revive it... YES PLEASE!
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steve takacs


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Post  Posted 13 Jul 2016 5:55 am     Mick Deacy's dead link
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Sorry guys, I can't do anything about the link that shows the domain name being renewed.. It was Mick Deacy who posted all these songs. Does anyone know how to get in touch with him to see if he would renew the domain name? I surely would not mind paying something for this. If a few of us chipped in we might be able to have access to all this wonderful material

From what I understand, Mick is not playing much, if any pedal steel these days choosing to concentrate of piano I think it was. Thanks, stevet


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Kevin Raymer


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Post  Posted 13 Jul 2016 11:47 am    
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I would be willing to host the collection on my band's website if Mick would share them with me.
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Rick Bernauer


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Post  Posted 13 Jul 2016 12:07 pm    
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Some of what's on the web stays there - but it can be a bit tricky to navigate. For those of you that are comfortable searching an archive you can use this link to get to copies of the (removed bad site)website where these tabs were originally posted:
(Don't go to the dunfrettin.com site - it will try to infect your computer)

http://web.archive.org/web/*/dunfrettin.com

It looks like only a few of the tabs are available on these snapshots but some are. I don't think any of the MP3's are available. Different dates might have different tabs available.

Rick


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steve takacs


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Post  Posted 15 Jul 2016 12:27 am     I wrote to mickyd regarding reviving his old site
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Guys,
I wrote to mickyd by Forum email and PM so I hope he receives one of the communications. I mentioned there was strong interest from members in reviving the site and some of us would help in terms of hosting and expanding the old site.

Fingers crossed that he will get the messages and respond in the affirmative.

I also sent him this URL expressing interest in reviving his old site, so it might not hurt to keep that thread growing by more members expressing their interest.

Adios for now,
stevet
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steve takacs


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Post  Posted 15 Jul 2016 6:34 am     Good news from Mickd
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Mick wrote back immediately here is what he said:

"If anyone wants to rehost what they can find on archives thats certainly ok by me."

So, if someone like Kevin Raymer offers to re-host the old material on Mick's site, those of us who copied some of Mick's song files can send them your way. Back in China, I'm sure I have tab for a number of these songs. Can't remember if I had MP3 files. I should return to Beijing in three weeks.

Mick did not say this but I suggest we still call the site something like " Mickyd's former E9 and C6 song file site" This is a generous contribution indeed by Mick.

This would be a real gold mine to Forum members.

steve t
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Kevin Raymer


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Post  Posted 15 Jul 2016 9:23 am    
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I'll see what I can put together..
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John McClung


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Post  Posted 15 Jul 2016 10:48 am    
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Could the material simply be made available through a shared folder on Dropbox? No hosting or hassles required that way way, I would think.
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Richard Delucchi


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Post  Posted 16 Jul 2016 2:32 pm     virus
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i opened the (removed bad dunfrettin.com site)and a virus came in to my computer. i do not recommend clicking on it.
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Ricky Davis


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Post  Posted 17 Jul 2016 10:44 am    
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Folks; I removed all the links to the dunfrettin sites; it's bad...so don't put the site up as a link with world/wide/web in front and dot com behind....
Ricky
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steve takacs


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Post  Posted 23 Jul 2016 5:56 am    
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Ricky,
I think Micky's idea was if some of the members have copies of these songs, they could be sent to a person like Kevin willing to create a new site which includes them. I know I have several of these songs myself and can access them in about three weeks.

Alternatively, perhaps John's idea of the Dropbox could be used. Seems to me these are safe ways to resurrect Mickyd's material.

I'm not suggesting clicking on the old dunnefretin.com sites. Thanks, stevet
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Charles Stange


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Post  Posted 26 Jul 2016 6:38 am    
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I have most of Mick's tab & mp3's saved on my pc and would be happy to help out by sending them via email in small batches in order to help with the compilation. Idea
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