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One Hot Minute

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Electric Bass
Composer Kiedis/Smith/Navarro
Arranger Red Hot Chili Pepper
Artist Red Hot Chili Pepper
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Bass Recorded Versions
Catalog # 00690091

Price: $18.95

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Product Description

One Hot Minute Composed by Kiedis/Smith/Navarro. Arranged by Red Hot Chili Pepper. Performed by Red Hot Chili Pepper. For Electric Bass. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00690091, UPC: 073999900910)

13 transcriptions including: Aeroplane · My Friends · Pea · Shallow Be Thy Game · Walkabout · Warped · and more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AEROPLANE RED HOT CHILI PEPPER GORENBURG KIEDIS/SMITH/NAVARRO Digital Delivery
COFFEE SHOP RED HOT CHILI PEPPER GORENBURG  
DEEP KICK RED HOT CHILI PEPPER GORENBURG  
FALLING INTO GRACE RED HOT CHILI PEPPER GORENBURG  
MY FRIENDS RED HOT CHILI PEPPER GORENBURG KIEDIS/FLEA/FRUSCIAN  
ONE BIG MOB RED HOT CHILI PEPPER GORENBURG KIEDIS/SMITH/NAVARRO  
ONE HOT MINUTE,THE RED HOT CHILI PEPPER GORENBURG  
PEA RED HOT CHILI PEPPER GORENBURG  
SHALLOW BE THY GAME RED HOT CHILI PEPPER GORENBURG  
TEARJERKER RED HOT CHILI PEPPER GORENBURG  
TRANSCENDING RED HOT CHILI PEPPER GORENBURG  
WALKABOUT RED HOT CHILI PEPPER GORENBURG  
WARPED RED HOT CHILI PEPPER GORENBURG KIEDIS/FLEA/FRUSCIAN  

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