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Combo Blasters (Elec Bass)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Electric Bass
Arranger John Wasson
Publisher Warner Bros Publications
Series Marching Bands
Catalog # MBC9615

Price: $3.95

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Combo Blasters (Elec Bass) Arranged by John Wasson. For Electric Bass. Published by Warner Bros Publications. (Catalog # MBC9615, UPC: 029156269680)

This flip-folio book set contains pep band charts arranged by John Wasson that are playable by as few as four players up to a full band, with rock rhythm se ction parts. Either the separate MIDI disk or the included accompaniment CD ca n replace the rhythm section as needed. It's a unique concept and a great valu e! The titles are: The Star-Spangled Banner * Land of a Thousand Dances * Prou d Mary * Louie, Louie * Tequila * Twist and Shout * Sweet Georgia Brown * Gimm e Some Lovin' * Old Time Rock 'n' Roll * Soul Man * Celebration * Macarena * S ing, Sing, Sing * Smoke on the Water.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
CELEBRATION WASSON,JOHN BELL/SMITH/  
GIMME SOME LOVIN WASSON,JOHN WINWOOD/WINWOOD/  
LOUIE,LOUIE WASSON,JOHN BERRY,RICHARD  
MACARENA WASSON,JOHN ROMERO/RUIZ/  
OH PRETTY WOMAN WASSON,JOHN ORBISON/DEES  
OLD TIME ROCK AND ROLL WASSON,JOHN JACKSON/JONES  
PROUD MARY WASSON,JOHN FOGERTY,JOHN C.  
SING,SING WASSON,JOHN PRIMA,LOUIS SING  
SMOKE ON THE WATER DEEP PURPLE WASSON,JOHN DEEP PURPLE  
SOUL MAN WASSON,JOHN HAYES/PORTER  
STAR-SPANGLED BANNER,THE WASSON,JOHN  
SWEET GEORGIA BROWN WASSON,JOHN BERNIE/CASEY/PINKARD  
TEQUILA WASSON,JOHN RIO,CHUCK  
TWIST AND SHOUT WASSON,JOHN MEDLEY/RUSSELL  
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