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Classic Acoustic Tab

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Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Artist The Doobie Brothers
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Series 10 For 10
Catalog # 00322174

Price: $9.99

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Classic Acoustic Tab Performed by The Doobie Brothers. For Guitar Folio. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 00322174, UPC: 884088686840)

10 for $10 Sheet Music: Classic Acoustic Guitar Tab contains 10 of your favori te acoustic songs, all in professionally arranged tab format for just $10.00. Titles: If You Could Read My Mind (Gordon Lightfoot) · Layla (from Unplugged) (Eric Clapton) · Sister Golden Hair (America) · Taxi (Harry Chapin) · Copperli ne (James Taylor) · Black Water (The Doobie Brothers) · My Sweet Lady (John De nver) · Early Mornin' Rain (Gordone Lightfoot) · A Love Song (Loggins & Messin a) · Classical Gas (Mason Williams).

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BLACK WATER DOOBIE BROTHERS,THE  
CLASSICAL GAS WILLIAMS,MASON  
COPPERLINE TAYLOR,JAMES  
EARLY MORNIN' RAIN LIGHTFOOT,GORDON  
IF YOU COULD READ MY MIND LIGHTFOOT,GORDON  
LAYLA (UNPLUGGED) CLAPTON,ERIC  
LOVE SONG,A LOGGINS/MESSINA  
MY SWEET LADY DENVER,JOHN  
SISTER GOLDEN HAIR AMERICA  
TAXI CHAPIN,HARRY  

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