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Boston Bass Collection

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Electric Bass
Composer Tom Scholz
Artist Boston
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Bass Recorded Versions Pe
Catalog # 00690935

Price: $19.95

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Product Description

Boston Bass Collection Composed by Tom Scholz. Performed by Boston. For Electric Bass. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00690935, UPC: 884088216245)

Ten top hits from these arena rock legends! Includes bass transcriptions in notes & tab for: Amanda · Don't Look Back · Feelin' Satisfied · Foreplay/Long Time (Long Time) · Hitch a Ride · Let Me Take You Home Tonight · More Than a Feeling · Peace of Mind · Smokin' · Something About You.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AMANDA BOSTON BROURMAN/MCBROOM/MCD Digital Delivery
DON'T LOOK BACK BOSTON SCHOLZ,TOM Digital Delivery
FEELIN' SATISFIED BOSTON SCHOLZ,TOM Digital Delivery
FOREPLAY/LONG TIME (LONG TIME) BOSTON SCHOLZ,TOM Digital Delivery
HITCH A RIDE BOSTON SCHOLZ,TOM Digital Delivery
LET ME TAKE YOU HOME TONIGHT BOSTON DELP,BRAD Digital Delivery
MORE THAN A FEELING BOSTON SCHOLZ,TOM Digital Delivery
PEACE OF MIND BOSTON SCHOLZ,TOM Digital Delivery
SMOKIN' BOSTON DELP/SCHOLZ Digital Delivery
SOMETHING ABOUT YOU BOSTON DOZIER/HOLLAND Digital Delivery

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