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Ultimate Teach Yourself Classic Blues Gu
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Ultimate Teach Yourself Classic Blues Gu

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Guitar
Composer Gregory Coleman
Artist John Lee Hooker
Publisher Warner Bros Publications
Series Fretted Instrument-method
Catalog # 0634B

Price: $16.95

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Ultimate Teach Yourself Classic Blues Gu Composed by Gregory Coleman. Performed by John Lee Hooker. For Guitar. Published by Warner Bros Publications. (Catalog # 0634B, UPC: 654979029588)

These books/CDs are about learning how to play the guitar by learning classic guitar songs. When you finish any book in the series, you will be able to sit down and, alone or with a friend, play through half a dozen great songs -- and sound just like the recordings. Plus, the play-along tracks are recorded by s ome of the finest musicians in the country -- with complete vocals -- to make the play-along even more realistic and fun! Learn classic blues forms, riffs a nd phrases, but most important -- learn six classic blues tunes: Mannish Boy ( John Lee Hooker) * Rock Me Baby (B.B. King) * I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man (Wi llie Dixon) * Born Under a Bad Sign (Cream) * The Thrill Is Gone (B.B. King) * Steppin' Out (The Bluesbreakers).

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BORN UNDER A BAD SIGN CREAM BELL/JONES  
I'M YOUR HOOCHIE COOCHIE MAN DIXON,WILLIE  
MANNISH BOY HOOKER,JOHN LEE MCDANIEL/LONDON/WATE  
ROCK ME BABY KING,B.B. BIHARI/KING  
STEPPIN' OUT BLUESBREAKERS,THE  
THRILL IS GONE,THE KING,B.B.  
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