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Primus Anthology A Thru N For Guitar & B
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Primus Anthology A Thru N For Guitar & B

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Ensemble
Desc For Guitar And Bass
Composer Claypool/Lalonde
Artist Primus
Publisher Cherry Lane Music Co Inc
Series Play It Like It Is
Catalog # 02500025

Price: $19.95

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Primus Anthology A Thru N For Guitar & B Composed by Claypool/Lalonde. Performed by Primus. For Ensemble. Published by Cherry Lane Music Co Inc. (Catalog # 02500025, UPC: 073999000252)

Includes 11 guitar and bass transcriptions in notes and TAB from this alternative funk/metal band featuring Les Claypool on bass. Songs: Bob · DMV · Eleven · Fish On · Ground Hog's Day · Here Come the Bastards · Jerry Was a Race Car Driver · John the Fisherman · Mr. Krinkle · My Name Is Mud · Nature Boy. Also includes a Primus timeline.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BOB PRIMUS  
DMV PRIMUS CLAYPOOL/LALONDE  
ELEVEN PRIMUS CLAYPOOL/EVANS/DAVIS  
FISH ON (FISHERMAN CHRONICLES,CHAPTER 2) PRIMUS CLAYPOOL/PRIMUS  
GROUNDHOG'S DAY PRIMUS  
HERE COME THE BASTARDS PRIMUS CLAYPOOL/PRIMUS  
JERRY WAS A RACE CAR DRIVER PRIMUS CLAYPOOL/LALONDE/ALE  
JOHN THE FISHERMAN PRIMUS  
MR. KRINKLE PRIMUS  
MY NAME IS MUD PRIMUS CLAYPOOL/LALONDE  
NATURE BOY PRIMUS CLAYPOOL/LALONDE/ALE  

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