hi to everyone !!

i would like to play some songs like from the carpenters and from dionne warwick in the hotel lobby where i play, but i canīt find a web site where i can found some of that.  

can you help me. ???

thanks in advice  

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there are quite a few online sources for the "tabs"(chord names only usually w/lyrics)for these type of songs;tabs refers to guitar/bass notation also available.this site will link you to a lot of them-https://www.tabrobot.com/

i've looked for those 2 artists' stuff too;let me know if there are ones in particular you're having trouble locating.

btw how goes it re-flamenco?
kool !!! i have been playing a little more of flamenco with a guitar player i meet a time ago. and its amazing how difference sounds blue bossa with a flamenco style...  as michel camilo with tomattito ...

thanks smg
sounds good man..heres' another good site for these type of songs-https://www.theguitarguy.com
i have found just a few... well i think i should sit on the piano and get it by ear... each one.

the thing is that was a woman who asked me about some songs and it is like "a homework" ... you know !! jejeje

good luck smg...

if you like michel camilo with tomattito  you owe it to yourself to get the  chano dominguez album "hecho a mano"
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