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Guitar 1 Songbook 2 (Bk/Cd)

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Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Desc Bk/Cd
Composer Jerry Ragovoy
Artist The Rolling Stones
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Fast Track Music Instruct
Catalog # 00695343

Price: $12.99

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Product Description

Guitar 1 Songbook 2 (Bk/Cd) Composed by Jerry Ragovoy. Performed by The Rolling Stones. For Guitar Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00695343, UPC: 073999953435)

This excellent supplement to the Fast Track instruction books includes 8 favorite songs in rock score format: Evil Ways · Gimme Some Lovin' · Gloria · Have I Told You Lately · Jailhouse Rock · Time Is on My Side · Twist and Shout · Walk Don't Run. Perfect for playing with a band or solo with the accompanying online audio tracks.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
EVIL WAYS  
EVIL WAYS  
GIMME SOME LOVIN'  
GIMME SOME LOVIN' SPENCER DAVIS GROUP DAVIS/WINWOOD  
GLORIA  
GLORIA  
HAVE I TOLD YOU LATELY  
HAVE I TOLD YOU LATELY  
JAILHOUSE ROCK  
JAILHOUSE ROCK LEIBER/STOLLER  
TIME IS ON MY SIDE ROLLING STONES,THE RAGOVOY,JERRY  
TIME IS ON MY SIDE ROLLING STONES,THE RAGOVOY,JERRY  
TWIST AND SHOUT BEATLES,THE RUSSELL/MEDLEY  
TWIST AND SHOUT BEATLES,THE MEDLEY/RUSSELL  
WALK DON'T RUN VENTURES,THE SMITH,JOHNNY  
WALK DON'T RUN VENTURES,THE SMITH,JOHNNY  

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