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MAROON 5-SONGS ABOUT JANE-GUITAR TABLATURE LIBRO SPARTITI CHITARRA-Recorded Version

MAROON 5, SONGS ABOUT JANE. TAB.

Guitar Recorded Version TAB

All 12 songs from Maroon 5's hip debut, transcribed note for note with tablature. Includes their hit singles, 96 pages.

Harder To Breathe
Must Get Out
Not Coming Home
Secret
She Will Be Loved
Shiver
The Sun
Sunday Morning
Sweetest Goodbye
Tangled
This Love
Through With You

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MAROON 5-IT WON'T BE SOON BEFORE LONG-GUITAR TABLATURE BOOK LIBRO SPARTITI CHITARRA

MAROON 5, IT WON'T BE SOON BEFORE LONG. TAB.

Series: Recorded Version (Guitar)
Softcover - TAB

All 12 songs from the band's sophomore album: 88 pages.

Back At Your Door
Better That We Break
Can't Stop
Goodnight Goodnight
If I Never See Your Face Again
Kiwi
Little Of Your Time
Makes Me Wonder
Not Falling Apart
Nothing Lasts Forever
Wake Up Call
Won't Go Home Without You

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MAROON 5 1.22.03 ACOUSTIC-TABLATURE LIBRO SPARTITI CHITARRA ACCORDI-THIS LOVE-HAL LEONARD

MAROON 5, 1.22.03 ACOUSTIC. TAB.

Series: Guitar Recorded Version TAB
Artist: Maroon 5
Matching folio to their acoustic EP featuring hits from the album Songs About Jane and a few covers. 7 tracks, 54 pages.

Harder To Breathe
Highway To Hell
If I Fell
She Will Be Loved
The Sun
Sunday Morning
This Love

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HENDRIX JIMI BLUE WILD ANGEL LIVE AT THE ISLE OF WIGHT Guitar Recorded Version TABLATURE Purple Haze-Hey Joe

 

HENDRIX JIMI, BLUE WILD ANGEL. LIVE AT THE ISLE OF WIGHT. TABLATURE

Blue Wild Angel: Jimi Hendrix Live at the Isle of Wight
Series: Guitar Recorded Version TAB
Artist: Jimi Hendrix

Inventory #HL 00690608
ISBN: 9780634057281
UPC: 073999572667
Width: 9.0"
Length: 12.0"
232 pages

18 songs from the recently released Hendrix concert DVD and CD, including:

All Along The Watchtower
Dolly Dagger
EZY Ryder
Foxey Lady
Freedom
Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)
Hey Joe
In From The Storm
Lover Man
Machine Gun
Message To Love (Message Of Love)
Midnight Lightning
Purple Haze
The Queen (Adaptation of 'God Save The Queen')
Red House
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
Spanish Castle Magic
Voodoo Child (Slight Return)

232 pages.

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HENDERSON SCOTT BLUES GUITAR COLLECTION Recorded Version TABLATURE LIBRO SPARTITI

HENDERSON SCOTT, BLUES GUITAR COLLECTION. TAB.

Series: Recorded Version (Guitar)
Softcover - TAB
Artist: Scott Henderson

10 note-for-note transcriptions of Henderson's unique blues-rock fusion tunes, 144 pages, including:

Ashes
Dog Party
Dolemite
Hole Diggin'
Lady P
Meter Maid
Same As You
That Hurts
Tore Down House
Well To The Bone

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SANTANA-ALL THAT I AM-Authentic BOOK GUITAR TABLATURE LIBRO SPARTITI CHITARRA CARLOS

SANTANA, ALL THAT I AM. TAB.

About All That I Am
By Carlos Santana. Guitar tablature songbook for guitar and voice. Series: Authentic Guitar-Tab Editions. 136 pages. With guitar tablature, standard notation, vocal melody, lyrics, chord names, guitar chord diagrams and guitar tab glossary. Rock, Pop Rock and Latin Pop.

the album-matching folio for Santana's CD All That I Am. The latest release from Santana, featuring legendary guitarist Carlos Santana, All That I Am reached the No. 2 spot on Billboard's Top 200 Chart in 2005 and has produced the hit singles "I'm Feeling You" (featuring Michelle Branch and The Wreckers) and "Just Feel Better" (featuring Steven Tyler). This edition provides complete note-for-note guitar TAB transciptions, inlcuding all of Carlos Santana's stunning guitar work on every song. Titles are:

Contents:
Hermes
El Feugo
I'm Feeling You
My Man
Just Feel Better
I Am Somebody
Con Cantana
Twisted
Trinity
Cry Baby Cry
Brown Skin Girl
I Don't Wanna Lose Your Love
Da Tu Amor

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A PERFECT CIRCLE THIRTEENTH STEP GUITAR TABLATURE SPARTITI CHITARRA ACCORDI CANTO

A PERFECT CIRCLE, THIRTEENTH STEP. TABLATURE

Series: Guitar Recorded Version TAB
Artist: A Perfect Circle

The second release from these alt-metal rockers is a conceptual exploration of the darker side of the human psyche. Includes 12 songs:

Blue
Crimes
Gravity
Lullaby
The Noose
The Nurse Who Loved Me
The Outsider
The Package
Pet
A Stranger
Vanishing
Weak And Powerless

96 pages

Price: €20,00
€20,00

ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA GUITAR COLLECTION Recorded Version TABLATURE SPARTITI LIBRO

ELO, GUITAR COLLECTION. TAB.

ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA GUITAR COLLECTION
Series: Guitar Recorded Version TAB
Artist: Electric Light Orchestra

In 1970, four blokes from Birmingham formed ELO "to pick up where 'I Am the Walrus' left off." This GRV collection features note-for-note transcriptions with tab for 13 top hits from guitarist Jeff Lynne & crew:

Can't Get It Out Of My Head
Don't Bring Me Down
Evil Woman
Four Little Diamonds
Hold On Tight
Livin' Thing
Mr. Blue Sky
Rock 'N' Roll Is King
Shine A Little Love
Strange Magic
Sweet Talkin' Woman
Turn To Stone
Xanadu

96 pages

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LED ZEPPELIN MOTHERSHIP LIBRO GUITAR TABLATURE Jimmy Page Whole Lotta Love-Stairway to Heaven

LED ZEPPELIN, MOTHERSHIP. TABLATURE

It was a modest announcement, a two-page press release issued in November 1968: "Atlantic Records has signed the hot, new English group Led Zeppelin to a long-term exclusive recording contract. Although the exact terms of the deal are secret, it can be disclosed that it is one of most substantial deals Atlantic has ever made."
Most of what followed was quick biography-Jimmy Page's history with The Yard birds, where he had succeeded Eric C1apton and Jeff Beck as lead guitarist, and as one of the best and busiest session musicians in Britain; bassist John Paul Jones' success as an arranger of hit records for Donovan and The Rolling Stones, among many others. There were references to drummer John Bonham's already notorious solos as a member of American singer Tim Rose's touring band and to Robert Plant's blooming reputation as "one of England's outstanding young blues singers."
There was a promise too. "Top English and American rock musicians who have heard the tracks," the release said, referring to Zeppelin's imminent debut album, "have compared the LP to the best of Cream and Jimi Hendrix and have called Led Zeppelin the next group to reach the heights achieved by Cream and Hendrix."
That was audacious talk, a fat power chord in the face, at a time when Hendrix still walked the Earth and Cream were a fresh memory-the latter played their farewell shows that ,'ery month at London's Royal Albert Hall. In comparison, when Lcd Zeppelin opened their first North American tour in Denver, Colorado, on December 26, 1968, they were third on a bill to Vanilla Fudge and Spirit and treated like a doormat. The promoter, Plant told me years later, deducted the cost of the backstage grub" this four-Ioaves-and-fivc-fishes thing"-from the band's pay.
At other dates, Plant operated Zeppelin's PA. system himself, onstage, and Bonham often played without miking his kit (a minor annoyance as he was loud enough without electricity). In Detroit a local newspaper ad for Zeppelin's three-night stand at the Grande Ballroom announced the appearance of "Led Zeptlin." But as Page said later, recalling that tour, "You could feel something happening-first this row, then that row. It was like a tornado, and it went rolijng across the country." By the end of 1969, Page, Plant, Jones, and Bonham had torn through North America four times, each time to bigger, sold-out audiences. In Britain, where they had been in clubs as The ew Yard birds as late as October 1968, Zeppelin quickly followed Cream into the Royal Albert Hall, ftlling it in June 1969 (and again in January 1970).
In that first whiplash year, Led Zeppelin also released two of the most exciting and important rock albums ever made, Led Zeppen fill and Led Zeppelin II-together, the fundamental bones of hard rock and heay\ metal for the next four decades.
From the start, Led Zeppelin were working warriors. They toured like dogs-albeit in wild-boy luxury, fiercely protected by their manager, Peter Grant-and made eight studio albums (one a double LP) at a pace that now seems superhuman. Page claimed the total recording time for Led Zeppelin was 30 hours. The band made II on rare off days berwcen shows in the summer of '69, in nearly a dozen different studios. "I remember we did vocal overdubs in an eight-track studio in Vancouver where they didn't even have proper headphones," Page rccalled in a 1977 interview with Dave Schulps for the American magazine Trails-Oceanic Trouser Press. "Can you imagine that?"
Actually, yes. Even the band's harshest critics-and there were armies of thcm at the time-could not deny that Led Zeppelin had a rare drive to excel and conljuer. "So many people are frightened to take a chance in life," Page told Rolling Stone's Cameron Crowe in 1975, "and there's so many chances you have to take." Jones did not hesitate to give up the regular, lucrative checks from his studio gigs to be in Led Zeppelin; as soon as he heard about Page's plans for a new group, in the late summer of '68, he called Page and asked to join. Page himself was throwing dice when, on the recommendation of Terry Reid (who turned down Page's offer to be vocalist), he checked out and hired Plant, just 20 and unknown beyond the club grind in England's industrial Midlands. Page then took Plant's advice and grabbed the singer's friend, Bonham.
"It was a series of intense, dynamic crescendos, one right after the other;' Plant told me, describing Zeppelin's first American shows in 1968 and '69. "There was no room for the letdown."
That is also a perfect description of the power, confidence, and desire-the lust for liftoff-in these songs and performances. Led Zeppelin wanted everything, in record time. And they were afraid of nothing. Mothership--the peak of their canon-is what No Fear sounds like.
The first four songs here, all from Led Zeppelin, are the work of a new band racing against clock and budget to connect their individual histories and collective passions into a new, huge music.
The roots are unmistakeable, the combination unprecedented: the blues, twang, and holler of America's Deep South and black urban neighborhoods, especially anything bearing the classic Chess, Sun, and Atlantic labels; the British folk renaissance; California Day-Glo psychedelia.
So are the ambitions. "Good Times Bad Times" and "Communication Breakdown" are as tightly arranged as any candy-pop 45 Page and Jones played on as hired guns. But the details are explosive: Bonham's ayalanche rolls and Jones' pummeling bass outbursts in "Good Times Bad Times"; the nuclear buckshot of Page's chords behind Plant's arcing wail in ...


To Plant, the essence and promise of Led Zeppelin was in "the quest, the travels and explorations that Page and I went on to far climes well off the beaten track," he told me in a 1988
inten·iew. \X'orld domination obvioush' had its benefits. "I had a dream/Crazy dream/Anything I wanted to know, any place I needed to go," Plant crowed in "The Song Remains The Same" on
1973's Houses Of The Holy'. Except it was no dream. By then, Bron-Yr-Aur, a remote cottage in southern Wales,was famous for the songs Page and Plant wrote there in 1970 and '71; Page and
Plant had also recorded in India with members of the Bombay Symphony. "D'yer Mak'er" may have been tongue-in-cheek reggae (say the title real fast), but the blunt-instrument treble of Jones'
bass was authentic homage to the trull- heavy bottom and primitive fidelity of Jamaican records and rhythm sections. (page often put Jones way up in Zeppelin mixes; in "I houses Of The
Holy," originally cut for that album, the chugging bass is louder and dirtier than Page's guitar.)
"Of course, we only touched the surface," Plant said of those excursions with Page between records and tours. "W'e weren't anthropologists. But we were allowed, because we were musicians, to be invited in societies that people don't normally witness, It was quite a remarkable time, to open your eyes and see how Berber tribesmen lived in the northern Sahara"-a memorable trip that
inspired the thundering march and orchestral sandstorm of "Kashmir" on the 1975 double album Phpica! Graffiti.
Jones' skills as an orchesrrator and multi-instrumentalist, rarely mentioned even in ra\'e reviews of the band's records, were pivotal in Zeppelin's songs of pilgrimage (real and imagined). The
mounting doom of "No Quarter" on Houses Of The Holy starts with the simple, compelling black-liquid ripple of his electric piano.
In "Kashmir" staccato strings march alongside Page's climbing guitar, and long mellotron chords roll O\'er the horizon like clouds of dust. \X'hen I asked Plant, in 1988, about "Stairway To Heaven"
and its status as the definitive Zeppelin song, he immediately corrected me, "It's not," he said, "'Kashmir' is."
Ultimately, everything here is definitive Zeppelin, in some way: the rude, thundering funk of "Trampled Under Foot," driven by Jones' percolating c1a\'inet and Bonham's merciless drumming;
the ferocious, prolonged assault of "Achilles Last Stand" (page told Dave Schulps that he meticulously orchestrated the song's horde of guitars "in my mind," then recorded "all the overdubs in one night"); and the elegant sweep and memorial tenderness of "All My Love."
Then, suddenly, there was no Zeppelin, On September 25, 1980, a day after the group convened to rehearse for yet another Korth American tour, Bonham was found dead at Page's home,
following a mammoth drinking binge. "The band didn't exist," Plant said later, "the minute Bonzo died."
The music and history were left unfinished. On December 4 Atlantic Records issued a one-sentence press release: "We wish it to be known that the loss of our dear friend and the deep respect we have for his family, together with the sense of undi\'ided harmony felt by ourselves and our manager, have led us to decide that we could not continue as we were," It was simply signed "Led Zeppelin."
The end came with ironic timing-12 years almost to the day after Atlantic sent out that first announcement in 1968. It also scaled the purity and power of everything Jimmy Page, Robert
Plant, John Paul Jones, and John Bonham wrote and played together in what now seems like a very short time. Led Zeppelin did not last long enough to faiLInstead, they have a unique, eternal life in this music that can never be tainted and will never be topped.
The band is gone. The thrill is not.
 


Series: Guitar Book
Medium: BOOK
Artist: Led Zeppelin
232 pages
24 of their biggest hits from the mult-platinum collection, spanning their entire career. Good Times Bad Times - Communication Breakdown - Dazed and Confused - Babe I'm Gonna Leave You - Whole Lotta Love - Ramble On - Heartbreaker - Immigrant Song - Since I've Been Loving You - Rock and Roll - Black Dog - When The Levee Breaks - Stairway to Heaven - The Song Remains the Same - Over the Hills and Far Away - D'yer Mak'er - No Quarter - Trampled Under Foot - Houses of the Holy - Kashmir - Nobody's Fault but Mine - Achilles Last Stand - In the Evening - All My Love.

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CHRISTMAS FAVORITES-Play with the CD SERIES Guitar 2-CD TABLATURE SPARTITI-Ella Fitzgerald

CHRISTMAS FAVORITES, Play with the CD Series Guitar Volume 2. CD TAB.

Various Composers

Each volume in this series includes a CD of the original recordings of these classic songs. With the unique arrangements in this songbook, you can "sit in" and play along with your favorite artists. Whether you are playing along or even just listening, enjoy these classic recordings! Christmas Favorites features 10 holiday classics: Frosty the Snow Man (Ella Fitzgerald) -Here Comes Santa Claus (Bing Crosby) -A Holly Jolly Christmas (Burl Ives) -I'll Be Home for Christmas (Pat Boone) -Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! (Ella Fitzgerald) -Marshmallow World (Brenda Lee) -It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year (Stevie Wonder) -Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree (Brenda Lee) -Santa Baby (Eartha Kitt) -Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town (Mills Brothers).

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