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Best of Mountain, The
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Best of Mountain, The

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Publisher B M G Music Publications
Arranger Mountain
Series Recorded Version (GUITAR)

Price: $19.99

Catalog #00694958

UPC code: 073999949582

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Notes & tab for the best blues-rock licks from Leslie West and Felix Pappalardi on 11 Mountain masterpieces. Includes: The Animal Trainer and the Toad • Boys in the Band • Crossroader • Don't Look Around • For Yasgur's Farm • King's Chorale • Mississippi Queen • Nantucket Sleighride • Never in My Life • Taunta • Theme for an Imaginary Western.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ANIMAL TRAINER AND THE TOAD,THE MOUNTAIN  
BOYS IN THE BAND MOUNTAIN  
CROSS ROADER MOUNTAIN  
DON'T LOOK AROUND MOUNTAIN  
FOR YASGUR'S FARM MOUNTAIN  
KING'S CHORALE MOUNTAIN  
MISSISSIPPI QUEEN MOUNTAIN LAING/REA/PAPPALARDI  
NANTUCKET SLEIGHRIDE MOUNTAIN  
NEVER IN MY LIFE MOUNTAIN  
TAUNTA (SAMMY'S TUNE) MOUNTAIN  
THEME FOR AN IMAGINARY WESTERN MOUNTAIN BRUCE/BROWN  
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