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Naked Baby Photos

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Full Score
Composer Anna Goodman
Arranger Ben Folds Five
Artist Ben Folds Five
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Transcribed Score
Catalog # 00672427

Price: $19.95

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Product Description

Naked Baby Photos Composed by Anna Goodman. Arranged by Ben Folds Five. Performed by Ben Folds Five. For Full Score. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00672427, UPC: 073999724271)

Note-for-note transcriptions in score format for 16 songs from this popular trio's eponymous debut and their acclaimed 1998 release. Includes: Alice Childress · Bad Idea · Best Imitation of Myself · Boxing · Eddie Walker · Emaline · Jackson Cannery · Julianne · The Last Polka · Philosophy · Sports & Wine · Tom and Mary · Uncle Walter · Underground · Video · Where's Summer B.?

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALICE CHILDRESS BEN FOLDS FIVE GOODMAN,ANNA  
BAD IDEA BEN FOLDS FIVE  
BEST IMITATION OF MYSELF BEN FOLDS FIVE  
BOXING BEN FOLDS FIVE  
EDDIE WALKER BEN FOLDS FIVE FOLDS,BEN  
EMALINE BEN FOLDS FIVE  
JACKSON CANNERY BEN FOLDS FIVE  
JULIANNE BEN FOLDS FIVE  
LAST POLKA,THE BEN FOLDS FIVE GOODMAN/FOLDS  
PHILOSOPHY BEN FOLDS FIVE FOLDS,BEN  
SPORTS AND WINE BEN FOLDS FIVE  
TOM AND MARY BEN FOLDS FIVE  
UNCLE WALTER BEN FOLDS FIVE  
UNDERGROUND BEN FOLDS FIVE  
VIDEO BEN FOLDS FIVE  
WHERE'S SUMMER B. BEN FOLDS FIVE  

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