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  • Started 11 years ago by maffew
  • Latest reply from monkfishblues

Hey y’all. So I was wondering if anyone else would like to use this forum as a kind of means of sharing Spoon tabs. I noticed that they do this on the Deerhunter forum and they, as a result, have a bunch of awesome Deerhunter and Atlas Sound tabs that otherwise wouldn’t be on the internet. Ultimate-Guitar has a pretty good collection of Spoon tabs, but there’s some ones that they don’t have and of which I crave (and of which, I guess, I’m not really good enough to figure out on my own). I have figured out most of “Advance Cassette” I think though and Black Like Me (mostly from that one video of him playing it backstage) for guitar. I’ll post if anyone’s interested. And if anyone has any other songs tabbed out, it would be awesome if you shared (especially the ones that aren’t already on the internet). Like, any guitar tabs for any songs off Soft Effects, for instance, would be awesome (or really just anything). Or even piano tabs would be really really cool. I especially want to learn the Sister Jack piano demo or Carryout Kids if anyone knows either of them!

This is Matthew again (different account. I forgot my password). It seems as though my tab idea wasn’t of great popularity. But I figured out the chords (I think) to My Little Jap Cigarette Case today and thought I might as well share. Just in case there is anyone that might be interested.

| G | F# | Bm | C | Bm | Bbaug | D | A/E |

Bbaug = x143xx
A5/E = x779xx

Hey, thanks! I appreciate it – didn’t have any tabs to give you at the time, but I did spot this for you:

Not a bad lesson. I’m think I’m going to give it a try, myself.

I could get into this. I play all music by ear mostly. I play a lot of Spoon songs, just never have time to sit and tab them. I personally like jamming to their older stuff (where you can really bash your electric guitar). Like “Don’t Buy the Realistic” and “Dismember” off Telephono. “Utilitarian” “Guest List/Reservations” and “Junes Foreign Spell” off A Series. are some of my fav tunes. Well I can tab and just put out the chords whatever people want. Any requests?

I’ve got a ways to go, so, for the sake of this thread, tab “Utilitarian”, please – if not for me, then for the interested shy people.

I was playing through Utilitarian last night. It’s played like a standard 3 chord rock song. Pretty simple “power chord” driven song. Between the 4th and 6th frets. But I’m working right now, so I’ll try to put it up tonight sometime!

Thanks! that I Summon You tutorial is great.
& I figured out the chords for Lines in the Suit (from watching that awesome vid of Britt Daniel playing it in London: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80_OTNdfiFo )

(I’m not sure exactly what one would interpret as being the verses and choruses in this song, but I just labelled them according to their sequence in the song)

Intro/Interlude:

| Am | (x4) —&you might want to trying alternating between the open (low) E string and the A at the 5th fret of the E string (this being if you play the Am as a bar chord. I suppose you could just as easily do this with the open (a-string) Am chord and hit the open low E). Ah, I’m finding this difficult to explain. So you could do a riff like 577xxx 0xxxxx 577xxx 0xxxxx 577xxx 0xxxxx or something like that (and so that would be one bar, so you would do that riff 4 times in the intro, and the same for the interlude). You’ll probably know what I mean when you listen to the song.

Verse: (“I’m on a straight. ”, “I’m listenin’ to. ”)

| Am | Dm | E | (x7 I think)

&then 2 bars of A between the verse and prechorus (the 2 bars begin (chord change from E to A) when Britt’s saying “know” in the line “he’s painting it out like I don’t want to know” at the end of the first verse & on “too” for “there’s got to be something more than that too” @ the end of the second)

Pre-chorus: (“the picture has come down. ”, “the human resources clerk. ”)

Chorus: (“what could have been easier. ”, “it could have been good by now. ”)

| Dm | F | G | A | (x4)

& instead of playing the A on the 4th time around, play Am and do the intro again (four bars of Am, & if you like alternating between the E and A bass notes)

———> [intro/interlude][verse][pre-chorus][chorus] [intro/interlude][verse][pre-chorus][chorus] [intro/interlude][verse(but only x3 this time and end on Am)]

I apologize if this seems a bit disorganized and confusing, for it’s really not a very difficult song to play.

Spoon Message Board Spoon Message Board » discuss / review Spoon Tabs Started 11 years ago by maffew Latest reply from monkfishblues Hey y’all. So I was wondering if anyone

SILVER SPOON

Перевод и значение SILVER SPOON в английском и русском языках

transcription, транскрипция: [ ͵sılvəʹspu:n ]

1. серебряная ложка

2. богатство; состояние, особ. наследственное

born with a silver spoon in his mouth – а) родившийся в богатой семье; б) родившийся в сорочке, счастливый

Англо-Русско-Английский словарь общей лексики, сборник из лучших словарей. English-Russian-English dictionary of general lexis, the collection of the best dictionaries. 2012

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More meanings of this word and English-Russian, Russian-English translations for the word «SILVER SPOON» in dictionaries.

  • SILVER SPOON — noun Etymology: from the phrase “born with a

in one’s mouth” (born wealthy) Date: 1801 wealth
Толковый словарь английского языка – Merriam Webster

  • SILVER-SPOON — ˈ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷| ̷ ̷ adjective Etymology: silver spoon : having a prosperous background : of a well-to-do family environment you might from a …
    Webster’s New International English Dictionary
  • SILVER SPOON — noun Etymology: from the phrase born with a silver spoon in one’s mouth (born wealthy) : wealth ; especially : …
    Webster’s New International English Dictionary
  • SILVER SPOON — See spoon (def. 7). [ 1795-1805 ]
    Random House Webster’s Unabridged English Dictionary
  • SILVER SPOON — Etymology: from the phrase “born with a silver spoon in one’s mouth” (born wealthy) Date: 1801 : wealth ; especially …
    Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate English vocabulary
  • SILVER SPOON — Function: noun Etymology: from the phrase “ born with a silver spoon in one’s mouth ” (born wealthy) Date: 1801 …
    Merriam Webster Collegiate English Dictionary
  • SILVER SPOON — [silver spoon] n [fr. the phrase “born with a silver spoon in one’s mouth” (born wealthy)] (1801): wealth; esp: inherited …
    Merriam-Webster English vocab
  • SILVER SPOON — hoon=pimp (рифмованный сленг)
    Dirty English-Russian vocab
  • SILVER SPOON — Силвер спун (фирменное название сахара фирмы “Бритиш шугар” (British Sugar) букв. серебряная ложка
    Англо-Русский словарь Britain
  • SILVER SPOON — (See born with a silver spoon in his mouth)
    English Idioms vocab
  • SILVER SPOON — See born with a silver spoon in his mouth
    English Idioms vocabulary
  • SILVER SPOON — серебряная ложка богатство; состояние, особ. наследственное – born with a * in his mouth родившийся в богатой семье; родившийся в …
    Большой Англо-Русский словарь
  • SILVER SPOON — 1. серебряная ложка 2. богатство; состояние, особ. наследственное born with a

    in his mouth – а) родившийся в богатой …
    Новый большой Англо-Русский словарь – Апресян, Медникова

  • SILVER SPOON — 1. серебряная ложка 2. богатство; состояние, особ. наследственное born with a silver spoon in his mouth – а) родившийся в …
    Большой новый Англо-Русский словарь
  • SILVER SPOON — “Силвер спун” (фирменное название сахара фирмы “Бритиш шугар” [British Sugar]) букв. серебряная ложка
    Великобритания – Лингвострановедческий словарь
  • SILVER SPOON — серебряная ложка богатство; состояние, особ. наследственное – born with a * in his mouth родившийся в богатой семье; родившийся в …
    Новый большой Англо-Русский словарь
  • SILVER — I Metallic chemical element , one of the transition element s, chemical symbol Ag, atomic number 47. It is a …
    Английский словарь Британика
  • SPOON — I. ˈspün sometimes ˈspu̇n noun ( -s ) Etymology: Middle English spone, spoon, from Old English spōn; akin to Old …
    Webster’s New International English Dictionary
  • SILVER — I. ˈsilvə(r) noun ( -s ) Etymology: Middle English, from Old English seolfor; akin to Old High German silabar, silbar …
    Webster’s New International English Dictionary
  • SPOON — (n.) Anything which resembles a spoon in shape; esp. (Fishing), a spoon bait.
    Английский словарь Webster
  • SPOON — (v. i.) In croquet, golf, etc., to spoon a ball.
    Английский словарь Webster
  • SPOON — (v. i.) To fish with a spoon bait.
    Английский словарь Webster
  • SPOON — (v. t.) To catch by fishing with a spoon bait.
    Английский словарь Webster
  • SPOON — ( v. t. ) To take up in, or as in, a spoon.
    Webster’s Revised Unabridged English Dictionary
  • SPOON — ( n. ) Anything which resembles a spoon in shape; esp. (Fishing), a spoon bait.
    Webster’s Revised Unabridged English Dictionary
  • SPOON — — spoonless , adj. — spoonlike , adj. /spoohn/ , n. 1. a utensil for use in eating, stirring, measuring, …
    Random House Webster’s Unabridged English Dictionary
  • SILVER — — silverer , n. — silverish , adj. — silverless , adj. — silverlike , adj. — silverness , n. …
    Random House Webster’s Unabridged English Dictionary
  • SPOON — v. take up in a spoon, transfer in a spoon; eat with a spoon; behave in an affectionate or sentimental …
    Толковый словарь английского языка – Редакция bed
  • SPOON — I. ˈspün noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English spōn splinter, chip; akin to Old High German spān splinter, chip …
    Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate English vocabulary
  • SILVER — I. ˈsil-vər noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English seolfor; akin to Old High German silbar silver, Lithuanian sidabras Date: …
    Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate English vocabulary
  • SPOON — noun fig.: a simpleton; a spooney. 2. spoon ·vi ·see spoom. 3. spoon ·vt to take up in, or as …
    Webster English vocab
  • SILVER — adj precious; costly. 2. silver ·adj resembling silver. 3. silver ·noun the color of silver. 4. silver ·adj sweet; gentle; …
    Webster English vocab
  • SPOON — [spoon] n [ME, fr. OE spon splinter, chip; akin to OHG span splinter, chip] (14c) 1: an eating or cooking …
    Merriam-Webster English vocab
  • SILVER — [sil.ver] n [ME, fr. OE seolfor; akin to OHG silbar silver, Lith sidabras] (bef. 12c) 1: a white metallic element …
    Merriam-Webster English vocab
  • SILVER — (Ag), chemical element, a white, lustrous metal valued for its decorative beauty and electrical conductivity. Silver is located in Group …
    Britannica English vocabulary
  • SPOON — spoon BrE AmE spuːn ▷ spooned spuːnd ▷ spooning ˈspuːn ɪŋ ▷ spoons spuːnz
    Longman Pronunciation English Dictionary
  • SILVER — silver, S

    BrE AmE ˈsɪlv ə AmE – ə r ▷ silver|ed d ▷ silvering ˈsɪlv ə r‿ɪŋ ▷ silver|s …
    Longman Pronunciation English Dictionary

  • SPOON — / spuːn; NAmE / noun , verb ■ noun 1. a tool that has a handle with a shallow bowl …
    Oxford Advanced Learner’s English Dictionary
  • SILVER — / ˈsɪlvə(r); NAmE / noun , adjective , verb ■ noun 1. [ U ] ( symb Ag ) a …
    Oxford Advanced Learner’s English Dictionary
  • SPOON — I. spoon 1 S3 /spuːn/ BrE AmE noun [countable] [ Language: Old English ; Origin: spon ‘piece of wood split …
    Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
  • SILVER — I. sil ‧ ver 1 S3 /ˈsɪlvə $ -ər/ BrE AmE noun [ Language: Old English ; Origin: seolfor ] …
    Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
  • SPOON — n. & v. –n. 1 a a utensil consisting of an oval or round bowl and a handle for conveying …
    Английский основной разговорный словарь
  • SILVER — n., adj., & v. –n. Chem. 1 a greyish-white lustrous malleable ductile precious metallic element, occurring naturally as the element …
    Английский основной разговорный словарь
  • SPOON — n. & v. n. 1 a a utensil consisting of an oval or round bowl and a handle for conveying …
    Concise Oxford English Dictionary
  • SILVER — n., adj., & v. n. Chem. 1 a greyish-white lustrous malleable ductile precious metallic element, occurring naturally as the element …
    Concise Oxford English Dictionary
  • SPOON — n. & v. –n. 1. a a utensil consisting of an oval or round bowl and a handle for conveying …
    Oxford English vocab
  • SILVER — n., adj., & v. –n. Chem. 1. a greyish-white lustrous malleable ductile precious metallic element, occurring naturally as the element …
    Oxford English vocab
  • SPOON — ( spoons, spooning, spooned) 1. A spoon is an object used for eating, stirring, and serving food. One end of …
    Collins COBUILD Advanced Learner’s English Dictionary
  • SILVER — ( silvers) Frequency: The word is one of the 3000 most common words in English. 1. Silver is a valuable …
    Collins COBUILD Advanced Learner’s English Dictionary
  • SPOON — I. noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES a soup spoon (= a spoon with a rounder part that you eat from …
    Longman DOCE5 Extras English vocabulary
  • SILVER — I. noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES a gold/silver ring ▪ She took off her gold ring. a silver medal (= …
    Longman DOCE5 Extras English vocabulary
  • SILVER — n. silver salmon Free Silver Movement Silver Age silver nitrate silver standard Silver Horace Silvers Phil
    Britannica Concise Encyclopedia
  • SILVER — n. Metallic chemical element , one of the transition element s, chemical symbol Ag, atomic number 47. It is a …
    Britannica Concise Encyclopedia
  • SILVER
    Moby Thesaurus English vocabulary
  • SPOON — I. noun ADJECTIVE ▪ slotted ▪ Remove the onions with a slotted

    . ▪ serving , soup , sugar ▪ …
    Oxford Collocations English Dictionary
    SILVER — I. noun 1 metal ADJECTIVE ▪ pure , solid ▪ sterling ▪ polished ▪ a knife with a polished

    1. серебряная ложка. 2. богатство; состояние, особ. наследственное. born with a silver spoon in his mouth – а) родившийся в богатой семье; б) родившийся в сорочке, счастливый