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The Rolling Stones Bass Collection

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Electric Bass
Arranger The Rolling Stones
Artist The Rolling Stones
Publisher Emi Music Publishing
Series Bass Recorded Versions
Catalog # 00690256

Price: $16.95

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The Rolling Stones Bass Collection Arranged by The Rolling Stones. Performed by The Rolling Stones. For Electric Bass. Published by Emi Music Publishing. (Catalog # 00690256, UPC: 073999807806)

Features exact bass transcriptions in notes & tab for 12 Stones classics: Angie • Beast of Burden • Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker) • Emotional Rescue • Hang Fire • It's Only Rock'N'Roll (But I Like It) • Miss You • Respectable • She's So Cold • Start Me Up • Tumbling Dice.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ANGIE ROLLING STONES,THE JAGGER/RICHARDS  
BEAST OF BURDEN ROLLING STONES,THE JAGGER/RICHARDS  
DOO DOO DOO DOO DOO (HEARTBREAKER) ROLLING STONES,THE RICHARDS/JAGGER  
EMOTIONAL RESCUE ROLLING STONES,THE RICHARDS/JAGGER  
HANG FIRE ROLLING STONES,THE  
HAPPY ROLLING STONES,THE RICHARDS/JAGGER/SHEL  
HARLEM SHUFFLE,THE ROLLING STONES,THE  
IT'S ONLY ROCK N ROLL (BUT I LIKE IT) ROLLING STONES,THE  
LITTLE RED ROOSTER ROLLING STONES,THE DIXON,WILLIE  
MISS YOU ROLLING STONES,THE  
NOT FADE AWAY ROLLING STONES,THE  
RESPECTABLE ROLLING STONES,THE  
ROCKS OFF ROLLING STONES,THE  
SHAKE YOUR HIPS ROLLING STONES,THE MOORE,JAMES  
SHATTERED ROLLING STONES,THE RICHARDS/JAGGER  
SHE'S SO COLD ROLLING STONES,THE RICHARDS/JAGGER  
START ME UP ROLLING STONES,THE JAGGER/RICHARDS  
TUMBLING DICE ROLLING STONES,THE RICHARDS/JAGGER  
UNDERCOVER (OF THE NIGHT) ROLLING STONES,THE RICHARDS/JAGGER  
WHEN THE WHIP COMES DOWN ROLLING STONES,THE  
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