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Duane Allman

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Desc Tab Bk/Cd
Arranger Rubin
Artist Allman Brothers Band
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Signature Licks Guitar
Grade Adv
Catalog # 00696042

Price: $22.99

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Duane Allman Arranged by Rubin. Performed by Allman Brothers Band. For Guitar Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00696042, UPC: 884088261559)

Explore the songs and solos of Southern rock guitar legend Duane Allman with this instructional book/CD pack. Songs covered include: Blue Sky • Dreams I'll Never See • In Memory of Elizabeth Reed • It's Not My Cross to Bear • Layla • Leave My Blues at Home • Little Martha • Mountain Jam • (They Call It) Stormy Monday (Stormy Monday Blues) • Trouble No More (Someday Baby) • Whipping Post • You Don't Love Me. Features a moving foreword by his daughter Galadrielle Allman.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BLUE SKY ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND BETTS/GRIFFIN/JOYCE  
DREAMS I'LL NEVER SEE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND ALLMAN,GREGG  
IN MEMORY OF ELIZABETH REED ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND BETTS,DICKEY  
IT'S NOT MY CROSS TO BEAR ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND ALLMAN,GREGG  
LAYLA ALLMAN,DUANE CLAPTON/GORDON  
LEAVE MY BLUES AT HOME ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND ALLMAN,GREGG  
LITTLE MARTHA ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND ALLMAN,DUANE  
MOUNTAIN JAM ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND ALLMAN/BETTS/JOHANSO  
THEY CALL IT STORMY MONDAY (STORMY MONDA ALLMAN,DUANE WALKER,AARON T.  
TROUBLE NO MORE (SOMEDAY BABY) ALLMAN,DUANE WATERS,MUDDY  
WHIPPING POST ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND ALLMAN,GREGG  
YOU DON'T LOVE ME ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND COBBS/WALKER/YOUNG  
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