Basically, I tabbed most of the material eather by ear or inspired by various sources such as leadsheets, friends, records etc.. My listening skills are not the best (ask my wife, she says I never) so I won't guarantee for absolute accuracy. Just some additional remarks:
First, I tried to make the songs playable for intermediates like me, focussing on the melody. That is what music is about, the melody, right? So, if I missed out another Bbmaj7|9aug for the duration of half a beat, sorry. And, for reasons of my limited playing ability, I don't care very much about the original key. Your audience doesn't either. Believe me.
Second, the tabs to me mainly serve as a reminder. I always try to play by heart but need to write down the tunes to remember chord progressions and melody line when I haven't played a song for a while. Don't expect full orchestration.
Third, timing and note duration are sometimes rough approximations. In pop and jazz generally, but with fingerstyle grooves in particular, often it is difficult to accurately transcribe the dynamic pattern of a song.
Finally, I find it helpful to have a complete tune on one page, whenever the song allows it and readability is not affected (does not always work). Not all of us have iPads with a hands-free pageturner. This is why I only tab the main parts / themes of a song once, the sequence is up to you.
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