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Legends Ukulele Tabs

The Beatles, Michael Jackson, Pink Floyd? A selection of tabs from artists that i would consider legendary. I have them organised them by albums, typically, each album will have three legends ukulele tabs with it.

The majority of ukulele tabs on this website are organised by the album they come from. Click on the posts below to get to the tabs.

the beatles come together ukulele tabs

The Beatles – Come Together

The Beatles have written some classic riffs over the course of their careers. Come Together is one of them and it sounds great on the

The Beatles – Abbey Road

There’s no need to say much about the album as countless words have been written that will tell you just what high regard this is

Queen – Greatest Hits Two

What’s to be said about Queen that hasn’t been said before? It crazy for a band to be able to release two greatest hits albums

Jimi Hendrix – Electric Ladyland

Jimi Hendrix has always impressed me with his brilliant and raw guitar work, letting rip with sensational licks that still sends shivers down my spine.

Queen – Greatest Hits

I was still in my dads sack when Queen was releasing studio albums so i never got to soak them in. However, their 3 greatest

Nirvana – Bleach

Bleach is less commercial, less polished, less mature, but in a way more charming than their later releases. Personally, I do prefer In Utero and

Nirvana – In Utero

My top 50 albums of all time on a ukulele. This week sees the return of Nirvana with their sublime album In Utero on ukulele. 

The Smiths – The Queen Is Dead

A creative milestone in popular music, this recording must surely be an essential purchase. The most important British group? The songs speak for themselves. It

Pearl Jam – Ten

I first discovered pearl when I saw the video for Evenflow on Kerrang back in the day. Kerrang TV for me was the hub of discovering new music as a 12-year-old. This was the early 00s so i couldn’t jump on YouTube or Spotify and dig deep into their discography. I had to do it […]

The Beatles – Sgt Peppers

Rolling Stones top 500 albums – Number 132 million copies soldThird best-selling album in UK history4 Grammy awardsTime Magazine – the best album of all

Paul Simon – Graceland

This week its time for the joyous and vibrant brilliance of Paul Simon and Graceland. A true classic that should in be in everyone’s music

Bob Marley – Legend

The title of this album says it all. It’s one of those handfuls of albums that I see in just about every house that I

Nirvana – Nevermind

I’m really not sure how Kurt Cobain would feel about his masterpiece been played in full on a ukulele but I had to do it.

Led Zeppelin – IV

Time to take on the mighty Led Zeppelin 4. I remember watching Wayne’s world as a kid and been so curious as to why Wayne’s

Arctic Monkeys – Whatever People…

When four unlikely working class lads from Sheffield dropped ‘Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not’, 10 years ago, it became the generation-defining