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Classic Rock Vol 2
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Classic Rock Vol 2

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Drum Set
Desc Bk/Cd
Composer Hay/Kooymans
Artist Golden Earring/White
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Drum Play-along
Catalog # 00699741

Price: $14.99

Digital version also available for purchase. Click here.

Product Description

Classic Rock Vol 2 Composed by Hay/Kooymans. Performed by Golden Earring/White. For Drum Set. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00699741, UPC: 073999242072)

Play your favorite songs quickly and easily with the Drum Play-Along Series. Just follow the drum notation, listen to the online audio tracks to hear how the drums should sound, then play along using the separate backing tracks. The lyrics are also included for quick reference. The audio is available online using the unique code printed inside each book, for downloading or streaming. 8 classic rock hits: Barracuda · Come Together · Mississippi Queen · Radar Love · Space Truckin' · Walk This Way · White Room · Won't Get Fooled Again.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BARRACUDA HEART DEROSIER/FISHER/WILS Digital Delivery
COME TOGETHER AEROSMITH/BEATLES LENNON/MCCARTNEY Digital Delivery
MISSISSIPPI QUEEN MOUNTAIN LAING/PAPPALARDI/REA  
RADAR LOVE GOLDEN EARRING/WHITE HAY/KOOYMANS Digital Delivery
SPACE TRUCKIN' DEEP PURPLE BLACKMORE/GILLAN/GLO Digital Delivery
WALK THIS WAY AEROSMITH/RUN D.M.C. PERRY/TYLER  
WHITE ROOM CLAPTON,ERIC/CREAM BROWN/BRUCE Digital Delivery
WON'T GET FOOLED AGAIN WHO,THE TOWNSHEND,PETER Digital Delivery

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