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Smash Hits

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Ukulele
Composer Jimi Hendrix
Artist Jimi Hendrix
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Ukulele
Catalog # 00702334

Price: $12.99

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Product Description

Smash Hits Composed by Jimi Hendrix. Performed by Jimi Hendrix. For Ukulele. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00702334, UPC: 884088570484)

Be the coolest uke player on the block with this book featuring a dozen of Hendrix's best! Contains ukulele arrangements of: All Along the Watchtower · Can You See Me · Crosstown Traffic · Fire · Foxey Lady · Hey Joe · Manic Depression · Purple Haze · Red House · Remember · Stone Free · The Wind Cries Mary.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALL ALONG THE WATCHTOWER HENDRIX,JIMI DYLAN,BOB Digital Delivery
CAN YOU SEE ME HENDRIX,JIMI HENDRIX,JIMI Digital Delivery
CROSSTOWN TRAFFIC HENDRIX,JIMI HENDRIX,JIMI Digital Delivery
FIRE HENDRIX,JIMI ANDERSON/BECK/BONNER Digital Delivery
FOXEY LADY HENDRIX,JIMI HENDRIX,JIMI Digital Delivery
HEY JOE HENDRIX,JIMI ROBERTS,BILLY Digital Delivery
MANIC DEPRESSION HENDRIX,JIMI HENDRIX,JIMI Digital Delivery
PURPLE HAZE HENDRIX,JIMI HENDRIX,JIMI Digital Delivery
RED HOUSE HENDRIX,JIMI HENDRIX,JIMI Digital Delivery
REMEMBER HENDRIX,JIMI ABAIR/BERLIN/HENDRIX Digital Delivery
STONE FREE HENDRIX,JIMI HENDRIX,JIMI Digital Delivery
WIND CRIES MARY,THE HENDRIX,JIMI HENDRIX,JIMI Digital Delivery

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