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Country Guitar Songs

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Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Composer Toy Caldwell
Artist Marshall Tucker Band
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Guitar Method
Catalog # 00697400

Price: $14.99

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Product Description

Country Guitar Songs Composed by Toy Caldwell. Performed by Marshall Tucker Band. For Guitar Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00697400, UPC: 884088415532)

A perfect supplement to any guitar method, this book/CD pack provides standard notation & tab for ten complete songs by Brooks & Dunn, Johnny Cash, Alan Jackson, Toby Keith and other greats, with a demo track and a play-along track for each on the accompanying CD. Includes: Amie · Beer for My Horses · Boot Scootin' Boogie · Bye Bye Love · Can't You See · Chattahoochee · Friends in Low Places · I Walk the Line · Me and My Gang · Workin' Man Blues.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AMIE PURE PRAIRIE LEAGUE FULLER,CRAIG  
BEER FOR MY HORSES KEITH/NELSON EMERICK/KEITH  
BOOT SCOOTIN' BOOGIE BROOKS/DUNN DUNN,RONNIE  
BYE BYE LOVE EVERLY BROTHERS/PIER BRYANT/BRYANT  
CAN'T YOU SEE MARSHALL TUCKER BAND CALDWELL,TOY  
CHATTAHOOCHEE JACKSON,ALAN JACKSON/MCBRIDE  
FRIENDS IN LOW PLACES BROOKS,GARTH BLACKWELL/LEE  
I WALK THE LINE CASH,JOHNNY CASH,JOHN R.  
ME AND MY GANG RASCAL FLATTS MULLINS/STEELE/STONE  
WORKIN' MAN BLUES HAGGARD/ZEPPELIN HAGGARD,MERLE  

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