I'm glad you feel I should... keep up the good work.
Anyway, the chords are very close to original, as most were taken from music TRANSCRIBED from the original recordings.
>>My Melancholy Blues:
>>"The intro chords should be Ab/Eb, Eb, Ebdim, Eb."
It acutally starts with this "Absus/Eb Ab5/Eb" and moves on to what I have but if you are going to get that technical with the piano music then you should get the sheet music which is far more precise. The chord sheet is meant to be an approximation.
>>The first verse chords (that you have starting on D) should be F#dim7, Fm7, Edim7, Fm7.
It is not exactly D, but more D/F#addEb, but that would be confusing. Again, approximation. "Fm7" is also a simplifed chord and not actually what he plays. An F#dim has a C in it, which dear Freddie did not play.
>>The "wanna be intoxicated" chords should be Eb/G, Ebm/Gb, Bbsus4/F, (Bb)
I did not put the G or Gb on the bottom of the first two, and you have my deepest regrets. As for the change from E2 to Bbsus4/F, both are "wrong." It is actually E5/F, as there is no D and the 2nd is minor.
>>The "That says my heart is on an all time low" chords should be Eb, F#dim7, Fm7, then Bb7b9 for the "Sooooooo".
As for your claim to Bb7b9... there is no D in the chord, ruling out Bb. It is in fact Fdim, with F Ab and B.
>>The 3 chords for "weather SOON" are Fm, Fminmaj7, Fm7.
They change and are different each time and it's a matter of interpretation how one writes them.
>>The Bb6/G and Bb6 chords should just be Gm7.
Again, a matter of intrepretation to do with the key the song is in and the flow of the chord structure.
>>The chord on "let me take OVER" should be F#dim7, not Abm.
The first one (let me take over) is Abm, the second (come in to my enclosure) is F#dim7, like I've marked.
>>The chords for "Melancholy blues" should be Fm7, F#dim7, Abm7, Bb7, Eb.
I left out many of the sevenths because of the way they are played. It again is an approximation, my friend, to help one play the song NOT BE TO THE LETTER ON HOW TO PLAY THEM LIKE THE RECORDING. That's what sheet music is for.
My chords for "Good Company" were as close as I could get them seeing as there are 19 guitar parts to the song. When playing piano, one does not generally have 19 hands (or fingers, for that matter)
For It's Late, D/A would be accurate on guitar, but not necessarily so. It's a delicate business changing it because then so many piano chord sheets would read /E or /F# when this might not be the best option.
In Spread Your Wings, I went back and looked at the music. You are correct, it is not an Em7, but it is also not an E7. It is in fact Em9. I thank you and will rememdy the situation immediately.
In "Loser in the End" the chords were written for a piano (which must have more accurate chords than used on the guitar) and it is quite impossible to "riff" on a piano.
>>Sail Away Sweet Sister:
>>I'd say F#m7 instead of A/F#. It's the same thing basically, but just more appropriate to name it as F#m7.
What happened to the rest of the chords?!
It's easier to remember chords written like that, and facilitates the bass line. As for what happened to the rest of the chords, I suppose they heard you were coming and ran away.
And as for "You Take My Breath Away" the widely used chord sheet is for guitar--and highly simplfies the chords.
If you compare them to other sheets, yes, they are different, because they were meant to be closer.
If we really want to nitpick, of course, as I've never seen any of YOUR fabulous chord sheets, transcriptions or what have you, let's start with your grammar!
>>There's so many mistakes in these chords I can't really be arsed to start listing them.
Well, for one thing, as I said earlier, 19 guitar parts combined for one instrument is bound to have SOME translation differences, and second, "There ARE so many mistakes..."