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Magilla (main theme)
from Chuck Newsome <chaz429@idt.net>
from Brian Healey <bhealey@zoo.uvm.edu>
Main Theme:
{BbMaj.7  Gm7} {Cm7  F7} {BbMaj.7  Gm7} {Cm7  F7}
{BbMaj.7  Gm7} {Cm7  F7} {BbMaj.7  Gm7} {Cm7  F7}  then repeat

{ D7 } { D7 } { G7 } { G7 } { C7 } { C7} { F7 } { F7 }



I'll try and figure out some of the chords for the rest of the song,
but I think it's pretty much improv.  They usually do some ii-V7-I
stuff through some key changes.

Listen to the Alpine show from '98 for an amazing Trey chord solo.

Magilla "jazz transcription"
trascribed by mario ferro <Piper59702@aol.com> 
(with much much much much help from his music teacher, the great Bob Grebb)

this is just a skeleton of the song, but i wanted to get what i had 
posted rather than putting it off until i had more done, because it might
never get done, and then i might never post it. so heres what i got and i hope 
you can make something of it.
good luck.

here's the main chord progression for magilla.
we're of the key of Bb

   I     vi    ii    V     I     vi    ii    V
   /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /

   I     I7    IV    iv    iii vi ii V  I
   /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /   /  /  /  /  /  /  /

   III7        VI7         II7         V7
   /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /

   I     vi    ii    V     I     vi    ii    V
   /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /


   I     I7    IV    iv    iii vi ii V  I
   /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /   /  /  /  /  /  /  /  

I:repeat as needed:I

the above shows the roman numerals of the chords being used in
the key of Bb, and how many beats each chord gets.  This is 
repeated a few times, with thier solos in between.

now as i said were in the key of Bb, so heres what each roman numeral
stands for:

I    Bbmaj7
vi   Gmin7
ii   Cmin7
V    F7

I    Bbmaj7
I7   Bb7
IV   Eb
iv   Ebm
iii  Dm7

VI7  G7
II7  C7
V7   F7

above two if the I's the are iii's, which means that they could be 
substituting this chord in its place.

from what i can tell, trey is just soloing in the key of Bb major.
(i will try to later tab this out, later).

for the most part this is all very basic jazz stuff, so if your able it learn
this song, you'll be on your way to the world of jazz:

-the I-vi-ii-V7 progression has been around since Bach, as is still used
to death today.  phish uses it all the time, so once you get it down 
in one key, it'll be pretty easy to transpose it to others.
the whole idea if this progression is based around the V to I 
chord progression(which is the corner stone of all music):
the vi chord is the V of the ii chord, the ii chord is the V of the V chord; 
and well, the V chord is the V of the I chord.
(and the I chord goes very nicely to the vi because they share two out of the
three notes that make each up....(which is also why we can substitute the iii chord
for the I, becasue these chords also share two out of the three notes that make
them up....on the guitar play an open am and then play a C, see how closly 
related they are, thats going from vi to I))

-the I-I7-IV-iv progression is used a lot also. one song that comes to
mind right away is pink floyds 'nobodys home'.  IV-iv-I is a basic cadence
used a lot.
(its also used in radiohead's creep, the chords to the song are G-B-C-Cm. 
going from C-Cm-G is IV-iv-I.) 

-the III7 IV7 II7 V7, is the same as the i vi ii V7 except that all the chords
are made dominant, so each chord constantly pulls to the next, also very common,
and very usefull, the beatles did it all the time.
(the iii chord is the V of the vi chord, so it naturally comes before the vi)

well thats all i have right now, again i'm hoping to do more and get that up
as soon as possible.
thanks a lot for listening, hope this helps.