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Combo Blasters Take 3-Elec Bass
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Combo Blasters Take 3-Elec Bass

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Electric Bass
Arranger Victor Lopez
Publisher Warner Bros Publications
Catalog # MBCM04015

Price: $3.50

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Product Description

Combo Blasters Take 3-Elec Bass Arranged by Victor Lopez. For Electric Bass. Published by Warner Bros Publications. (Catalog # MBCM04015, UPC: 654979072362)

Playable by as few as four players up to a full band. Titles are: Chattanooga Choo Choo * Children of Sanchez * Conga * Dragnet * Happy Birthday * Hawaii Fi ve-O * The Hey Song * In the Midnight Hour * James Bond Theme * Jeepers Creepe rs * Jungle Boogie * Margaritaville * Smooth * The Star-Spangled Banner * Wint er Wonderland.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
Chattanooga Choo Choo Warren,Harry  
Children Of Sanchez  
Conga Garcia,Enrique  
Dragnet Rozsa,Miklos;Schuma  
Happy Birthday to You  
Hawaii Five-O (Main Title)  
Hey Song Rock And Roll Part II,The  
In The Midnight Hour Cropper,Steve;Picke  
James Bond Theme Norman,Monty  
Jeepers Creepers Warren,Harry  
Jungle Boogie R Bell,Robert;Bell  
Margaritaville Buffett,Jimmy  
Smooth Shur,Itaal;Thomas  
Star-Spangled Banner,The  
Winter Wonderland Bernard,Felix  

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