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The Sky Is Crying

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Composer Kenny Burrell
Arranger Stevie Ray Vaughan
Artist Vaughan/Double Troub
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Recorded Version (GUITAR)
Catalog # 00694835

Price: $22.95

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Product Description

The Sky Is Crying Composed by Kenny Burrell. Arranged by Stevie Ray Vaughan. Performed by Vaughan/Double Troub. For Guitar Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00694835, UPC: 073999948356)

Matching folio to the album featuring 10 previously unreleased studio performances, including: The Sky Is Crying · Empty Arms · Little Wing · Life By The Drop · and more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BOOT HILL VAUGHAN/DOUBLE TROUB  
CHITLINS CON CARNE VAUGHAN/DOUBLE TROUB BURRELL,KENNY  
CLOSE TO YOU VAUGHAN/DOUBLE TROUB DIXON,WILLIE  
EMPTY ARMS VAUGHAN/DOUBLE TROUB VAUGHAN,STEVIE RAY  
LIFE BY THE DROP VAUGHAN/DOUBLE TROUB LOGAN/BRAMHALL Digital Delivery
LITTLE WING VAUGHAN/DOUBLE TROUB  
MAY I HAVE A TALK WITH YOU VAUGHAN/DOUBLE TROUB BURNETT,CHESTER Digital Delivery
SKY IS CRYING,THE VAUGHAN/DOUBLE TROUB  
SO EXCITED VAUGHAN/DOUBLE TROUB  
WHAM VAUGHAN/DOUBLE TROUB  

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