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The Slide Guitar Book
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The Slide Guitar Book

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Arranger Fred Sokolow
Artist Bonnie Raitt
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Fretted
Catalog # 00650008

Price: $10.95

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The Slide Guitar Book Arranged by Fred Sokolow. Performed by Bonnie Raitt. For Guitar Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00650008, UPC: 073999627848)

Slide guitar is more popular than ever in blues, rock, and country music. This book tells the slide story with bios and photos of the past and present bottleneck masters, technique lessons, and transcriptions of old and new benchmark tunes like: Dust My Broom (Elmore James) • Honey Bee (Muddy Waters) • Layla (Duane Allman) • Thing Called Love (Bonnie Raitt) • Love in Vain (Mick Taylor with the Rolling Stones) • Running on Faith (Eric Clapton) and more. Special bonus: slide lessons from blues master Roy Rogers, country picker/producer Pete Anderson, and guitar educator Fred Sokolow. Includes standard and open tunings.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
HONEY BEE  
I BELIEVE I'LL DUST MY BROOM  
LAYLA  
LOVE IN VAIN  
MERCURY BLUES  
MY SWEET LORD  
ON THE ROAD  
RUNNING ON FAITH  
STATESBORO BLUES  
THING CALLED LOVE (ARE YOU READY FOR THI RAITT,BONNIE  
WALKIN' BLUES  
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