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Originals
These are my own compositions

Concourse - I had all of the people bustling about in a main line railway station in mind when I put this together. It's played in E.  MIDI - Tablature - TablEdit
Dillon's Jump - This is played in C but with a capo at the second fret so that what you hear is in D.  MIDI - Tablature - TablEdit
Freefall - You only need to know two chord shapes to play this - D and E. It starts with a D chord shifted up two frets to make an E.   It's played in E.  Desktop Guitarist - MIDI - Tablature - TablEdit
Jackpot - Perhaps I'll win it one day, It's played in G.  Desktop Guitarist - MIDI - Tablature TablEdit
Kelly's Jump - This is played in E but with a capo at the second fret so that what you hear is in F#.  MIDI - Tablature - TablEdit
Marchin' on to Glory - This tune has a similar feel to Holy Roller on my mixed bag page. It puts me in mind of marching traditional jazz bands.  It's played in E with the capo at the second fret so what you hear is in F#. MIDI - Tablature - TablEdit
On My Way - This is a sort of country type thing and its played in G.  Desktop Guitarist - MIDI - Tablature - TablEdit
Out of the Blue - I just sat down and played this from start to finish. Don't know where it came from It's played in D. MIDI - Tablature - TablEdit
Rickshaw - I am really very proud of this.  It's played in D with the guitar in dropped D tuning. MIDI - Tablature - TablEdit
Shanghai Butterfly - It took me a long time to find a title for this tune but I thnk the one I have selected is appropriate. It's played in G with the capo at the second fret so what you hear is in A. MIDI - Tablature - TablEdit
Sticks - This came about when I was trying to learn Twelve Sticks by Rev Gary Davis. (I never did learn to play twelve sticks.) It's played in G. MIDI - Tablature - TablEdit
Won't You Tell Me Why - This starts with an E by using a D shifted up two frets. Its  Played in E with the capo at the second fret so that it sounds as if it's F#.  MIDI - Tablature - TablEdit

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