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Best of Big & Easy Vol 2
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Best of Big & Easy Vol 2

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Quad-Toms
Arranger Mike Story
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Grade Gr-2
Catalog # 27983

Price: $4.95

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Best of Big & Easy Vol 2 Arranged by Mike Story. For Quad-Toms. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 27983, UPC: 038081306599)

Here is a dynamite collection containing some of the best charts from the Big and Easy Series by Mike Story! It is full of great tunes that everyone loves to hear. Complete instrumentation including Keyboard/Synthesizer, Electric Ba ss, and Drum Set makes these charts perfect for any occasion where you don't w ant to spend a lot of time rehearsing.Contains: Bad to the Bone * Big Noise fr om Winnetka * Blues in the Night * Dragnet * (Meet) The Flintstones * Funkytow n * Gonna Fly Now * Jump * La Pantera * Land of Make Believe * Manhattan Beach * Rawhide * Sleigh Ride * Twisting the Night Away * What'd I Say.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
(MEET) THE FLINTSTONES  
BAD TO THE BONE  
BIG NOISE FROM WINNETKA  
BLUES IN THE NIGHT  
DRAGNET  
FUNKYTOWN  
GONNA FLY NOW  
JUMP  
LA PANTERA  
LAND OF MAKE BELIEVE  
MANHATTAN BEACH  
RAWHIDE  
SLEIGH RIDE  
TWISTING THE NIGHT AWAY  
WHAT'D I SAY  

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