This indefinable debut album, with its immediate and distinctive new sound, was put together as a demo by 5 lads in a garage in Yorkshire. With its stupendous vocals and wonderfully layered textures, Bring It On brought Gomez a deal with Virgin Records and almost overnight acclaim. Well-deserved winner of the 1998 Mercury Music Prize, as well as a plethora of other awards, the album displays influences of Tom Waits, Beck, Dr. John and Curtis Mayfield as well as old-style blues and soul. Here are all the songs from the album arranged for voice and guitar in standard and tablature notation complete with guitar chord boxes and lyrics.
A real bright star in the world of tab books. Excellent notation which is true to the songs rather than an approximation and a funny, quirky interview transcription to get you in the mood. My favourite live band and this book allows me to really get to grips with their music and try not to sound too much like a busker!
Tom - (Glasgow)
Very nice book, with unreleased pictures and an interview about all of the songs on the album.
Very accurate tab, though there was one mistake on 'Make No Sound'.
Good buy. Anonymous
- (Hertfordshire, UK)