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BEST OF MODERN ROCK FOR GUITAR PLAY ALONG LIBRO CD TABLATURE

BEST OF MODERN ROCK FOR GUITAR. PLAY ALONG.

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Molteplici esempi elettrici, e basi con la sola batteria.
Schede dei cocktail con ricettario al milligrammo delle dosi per i mix degli effetti. The Mighty Bosstones, Live, Blur, -gone away, The Offsping, Silverchair, Third eye blind, Tonic, Seven Mary Three, -villians, The Verve Pipe. CD TABLATURE

 

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'80S FLASHBACK Guitar Recorded Version TABLATURE LIBRO Eye In The Sky-Hold Me Now-Cyndi Lauper

'80S FLASHBACK. TABLATURE

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Contiene 22 canzoni, tra queste: time after time di Cyndi Lauper -maniac (dal film Flashdance) di Michael Sembello -should i stay or shoul i go, Clash -money for nothing, Dire Straits -hold me now, Tompson Twins -eye in the sky, Alan Parson -hit me with your best shot, Pat Benatar -eyes of the tiger, tema del film Rocky III, survivor -heat of the moment, Asia, tra gli altri, The Romantics, Yes, The J. Geil Band, Inxs, The Go So's, The Outfield, Queen, R. Palmer, e altre.

Guitar Recorded Version TAB.
22 great rock hits:

Addicted To Love
Another One Bites The Dust
Brass In Pocket
Devil Inside
Every Breath You Take
Eye In The Sky
Eye Of The Tiger
Heat Of The Moment
Hit Me With Your Best Shot
Hold Me Now
Jessie's Girl
Juke Box Hero
Love Stinks
Maniac
Money For Nothing
Owner Of A Lonely Heart
Should I Stay Or Should I Go
Time After Time
We Built This City
We Got The Beat
What I Like About You
Your Love

144 pages.

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80'S ROCK BEST GUITAR TABLATURE SPARTITI CHITARRA LIBRO DIRE STRAITS-BEAT IT-J. Geils Band

80'S ROCK BEST. SHEET MUSIC BOOK WITH GUITAR TABLATURE 

LIBRO DI MUSICA POP ROCK. 

SPARTITI PER VOCE E CHITARRA CON: 

ACCORDI, PENTAGRAMMA, TABLATURE. 

 

Beat it (Michael Jackson) -centerfold (The J. Geils Band) -heat of the moment (Asia) -hungry like the wolf (Duran Duran) -hurts so good (John Cougar) -I love rock'n roll (Joan Jett and the blackhearts) -love somebody (Rick Springfield) -money for nothing (Dire Straits) -owner of a lonely heart (Yes) -the power of love (Huey Lewis and the news) -pride (in the name of love) (U2) -rebel yell (Billy Idol) -separate ways (worlds apart) (Journey) -(there's only) one way to rock (Van Halen) -what you need (INXS) -who can it be now? (men at work) -99 luftballons (Nena). 127 pages. 

 

Warren Cuccurullo is about as diverse a guitarist as you're likely to find. He has been a
charter member of Frank Zappa's band, Missing Persons, and Duran Duran. Now he is
releasing his first solo album, Thanks To Frank, a record that pulls out all the guitar
stops he has learned over the years. Cuccurullo attributes his particular guitar
approach to his love of Frank Zappa's music and the attention to detail he learned while
playing in all of the late composer's various styles. "Frank showed me what you could do
with music," Cuccurullo says frQm his home in England. "There was no end to what you
could do with him. It was the wonder of music, the juxtaposition of different styles. On
Overnite Sensation and One Size Fits All there were all these amazing sounds. But there
were 17 albums before that-they were all different, and the differences were pretty
astounding."
Cuccurullo's first professional gig was with Zappa's band during the recording of Joe's
Garage. After contributing to other FZ works, including Shut Up 'N Play Yer Guitar,
Cuccurullo left Zappa's employ to form Missing Persons with fellow Zappa alumni
Patrick O'Hearn and Terry and Dale Bozzio, and today he wields the axe for Duran Duran.
With Zappa, Warren started out at the top, and he has been developing his decidedly
outside style ever since. Yet, there's an adhesive quality to his playing that doesn't alienate
the general listening public. "I grew up on pop music:' he says. "It wasn't as if I picked
up a guitar and said, 'I want to playa 20- minute solo. I want to play in seven and nine,'
I liked all of The Beatles' music and The Who and The Rolling Stones' stuff. There's great
satisfaction in writing a four-minute hit-type song. That's where most of the pleasure
comes from: writing something that has a beautiful melody and a fantastic guitar riff or
beautiful chord changes." Some of the more skeptical Zappa devotees
have probably found Warren's move to the realm of Duran Durandom an astounding
change-even from Missing Persons-but Cuccurullo doesn't see it that way. "Duran
Duran enabled me to develop a voice as a guitarist, and I think I've grown a lot more in the
past ten years than the eight before," Thanks To Frank finds Cuccurullo offering
gratitude to his late mentor. "It's very different from what people have heard me do," he
explains. "It's the kind of music that I played for Frank, that got me in his band. The kind of
solos that are on here, and using various sounds and techniques, are what I think
Frank liked about my playing. Thanks To Frank is about playing fast, playing weird,
playing off the drummer, really odd rhythms-the weirdest possible sounds in the
shortest possible times,"
Weird sounds have been a longstanding interest of Warren's, and he's coaxed them
from a variety of sources. "As a kid I always liked to play with a lot of effects, anything I
could step on or kick. I was a big fan of the Fox Tone Machine and the Mutron 3 which
gave a weird synthesizer sound. Sounds make you want to play differently; ifyou have
a really clean sound you're going to playa certain way, a really dirty sound and you're
going to play another way.
"There are a lot of effects on Thanks To Frank, like the Lexicon Jam Man and the
DigiTech Whammy pedal, and songs were composed around what those boxes can do.
The album is just guitar, bass and drums without overdubs, so that allowed me, using
these effects, to augment the ensemble with just my fingers and my feet. It's a good showcase
for the way you can use these effects," Warren's music doesn't rely solely on
effects; he's constantly trying new tunings to come up with evermore interesting compositions.
"When you keep changing your tuning, it leads to writing a different song, so my tuning'
s are kind of compositionally based. I say, 'Okay, let me try this: and hit the harmonics
and screw around with them for a while, and get these different kinds of melodic things
happening. Then I'll try to play some chords in there. On the upcoming Duran Duran
album, I use an interesting tuning on a song called 'Before I Die,' I tune the D string down
to a C~ and the G string down to an Ft and the song is in C~. That allows me to hit a few
more open strings than I would normally," Cuccurullo has adopted a workaholic
ethic ii. fa Zappa: he has more albums in the can right now than some musicians record in
their entire careers. "When you make as much music as I do, the idea is to get it out
there and be heard. My next album, Machine Language, is just guitar, no bass or drums. I'ill
working on another band with Nick Rhodes, and on an album called TV Mania. We're fin-
ishing part one of a rock opera which we hope will be a Broadway play called Bored
With Prozac And The Internet, with two more installments to follow that. Part one will be
out before the summer and the new Duran Duran album should be out in June, and
Machine Language in October. And if you think the last Duran Duran album, Thank
You, was weird, being all covers, wait until you hear the music on the new album-it's
going to shock a lot of people." If it does, it will in no small way be thanks to Frank.
 

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NEW YORK UNDERGROUND Psycho Killer Talking Heads Burning Down the House-Sheena Is a Punk Rocker

NEW YORK UNDERGROUND.

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Titoli dei, New York dolls, Richard Hell & the void oids, Talking Heads, Tom Verlaine and television, Ramones. Inslusa -burning down the house, dei Talkin Head, e -chinese rock, the heartbreakers

 

The songs and artists are:

* Blank Generation (Richard Hell and the Void Oids)
* Blitzkrieg Bop (Ramones)
* Burning Down the House (Talking Heads)
* Chinese Rocks (The Heartbreakers)
* Foxhole (Tom Verlaine and Television)
* I Wanna Be Sedated (Ramones)
* Life During Wartime (Talking Heads)
* Personality Crisis (New York Dolls)
* The Plan (Richard Hell and the Void Oids)
* Psycho Killer (Talking Heads)
* Rock 'n' Roll High School (Ramones)
* Rockaway Beach (Ramones)
* See No Evil (Tom Verlaine and Television)
* Sheena Is a Punk Rocker (Ramones)
* Subway Train (New York Dolls)
* Teenage Lobotomy (Ramones)
* Trash (New York Dolls)
* Who Are the Mystery Girls? (New York Dolls) 

 

 

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POP SCORE BAND GUITAR TABLATURE LIBRO CHITARRA-no woman, no cry-BOB MARLEY & THE WAILERS-WALK OF LIFE

POP SCORE. BAND TABLATURE

LIBRO PER CHITARRA, BASSO, TASTIERE, BATTERIA, VOCE, TABLATURE

 

- Every breath you take - POLICE

-let's dance - CHRIS REA

-no woman, no cry - BOB MARLEY & THE WAILERS

-the lady in red - CHRIS DE BURG

-walk of life - DIRE STRAITS

-wonderful tonight - ERIC CLAPTON

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ROCK SCORE THE 70'S TABLATURE Aqualung-layla-rock 'n' roll damnation-smoke on the water-sultans of swing

ROCK SCORE THE 70'S. BAND TABLATURE

LIBRO DI MUSICA ROCK. 

SPARTITI DI OGNI STRUMENTO: CHITARRA, BASSO, BATTERIA, VOCE, TASTIERE, ECC.

ACCORDI, PENTAGRAMMA, NOTE, CHITARRA E BASSO CON TABLATURE. 

 

TITOLI:

- Aqualung - JEHTRO TULL

- layla - DEREK AND THE DOMINOES, ERIC CLAPTON 

- rock 'n' roll damnation - AC/DC

- smoke on the water - DEEP PURPLE

- sultans of swing - DIRE STRAITS

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PROGRESSIVE ROCK BAND SCORE LIBRO CHITARRA TABLATURE GUITAR-watcher of the skies-Genesis-E.L.&P.

PROGRESSIVE ROCK. BAND TABLATURE

LIBRO DI MUSICA, PARTITURA DI OGNI STRUMENTO, CHITARRA E BASSO CON TABLATURE. 

 

Contiene:

-21st century schizoid man / King Crimson

-roundabout / Yes

-owner of a lonely heart / Yes

-money / Pink Floyd

-the sheriff / E.L.&P.

-the story in your eyes / The moody blues

-watcher of the skies / Genesis

-in the dead of night / U.K.

-Ceasar's palace blues / U.K.

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REGGAE BEST BAND SCORE Tablature CHITARRA libro Bob Marley-JAMMING-UB40-no woman no cry

REGGAE BEST. BAND SCORE. BOOK WITH GUITAR / BASS TABLATURE

LIBRO DI MUSICA REGGAE.

SPARTITI IN FORMATO PARTITURA.

TRASCRIZIONE DI OGNI STRUMENTO: CHITARRA 1, CHITARRA 1, BASSO, BATTERIA, TASTIERE, ECC.

CON ACCORDI, PENTAGRAMMA, NOTE, CHITARRA E BASSO CON TABLATURE. 

23 Titoli di Bob Marley, Jimmy Cliff, Third World, The Mighty Diamonds, UB40, Aswad, Big Mountain. Exodus -I shot the sheriff -no woman, no cry -Jamming -is this love -three little birds -buffalo soldier, ecc. 

1. EXODUS : BOB MARLEY
2. I SHOT THE SHERIFF : BOB MARLEY
3. NO WOMAN NO CRY : BOB MARLEY
4. JAMMING : BOB MARLEY
5. IS THIS LOVE : BOB MARLEY
6. THREE LITTLE BIRDS : BOB MARLEY
7. BUFFALO SOLDIER : BOB MARLEY

8. THE HARDER THEY COME : JIMMY CLIFF
9. WOMDERFUL WORLD, BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE : JIMMY CLIFF
10. MANY RIVERS TO CROSS : JIMMY CLIFF
11. YOU CAN GET IT IF YOU REALLY WANT: JIMMY CLIFF
12. VIETNAM : JIMMY CLIFF
13. STRUGGLING MAN : JIMMY CLIFF

14. NOW THAT WE'VE FOUND LOVE : THIRD WORLD
15. 96° IN THE SHADE : THIRD WORLD
16. TRY JAH LOVE : THIRD WORLD

17. RIGHT TIME : THE MIGHTY DIAMONDS
18. SHAME AND PRIDE : THE MIGHTY DIAMONDS
19. I NEED A ROOF : THE MIGHTY DIAMONDS

20. RED RED WINE : UB40
21. HIGHER GROUND : UB40

22. DON'T TURN AROUND : ASWAD

23. BABY. I LOVE YOU WAY : BIG MOUNTAIN

BOOK WITH TABLATURE FOR GUITAR AND BASS.

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GUITAR RIFFS OF THE '60S, SIGNATURE. CD No particular place to go, Chuck Berry -not fade away, Rolling Stones -evil ways, Santana -Hey Joe, Jimi Hendrix

GUITAR RIFFS OF THE '60s. No particular place to go, Chuck Berry -not fade away, Rolling Stones -evil ways, Santana -Hey Joe, Jimi Hendrix -pipeline, Chantays -brown eyed girl, Morrison -paperback writer -day tripper, The Beatles -substitute, Who -the sunshine of your love, Cream -you really got me, Kinks -you shook me, Led zeppelin. CD TABLATURE

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GUITAR RIFFS OF THE '70s SIGNATURE LICKS LIBRO CD TABLATURE-IRON MAN BLACK SABBATH-DIRE STRAITS

GUITAR RIFFS OF THE '70s. 16 Titoli. CD TABLATURE

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GUITAR SIGNATURE LICKS
HAL LEONARD
A step-by-step breakdown of guitar styles and techniques

Guitar Riffs of the 70's is a step by step breakdown of electric guitar styles and techniques featuring well-known artists such as: Kiss, Van Halen, Kansas, Queen, The Rolling Stones and more! Comes with a demonstration CD with authentic note for note versions to help the player even more.

ALL RIGHT NOW - FREE
BANG A GONG (GET IT ON) - T. REX
CARRY ON WAYWARD SON - KANSAS
DETROIT ROCK CITY - KISS
HAPPY - THE ROLLING STONES
IRON MAN - BLACK SABBATH
JESSICA - THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND
LAYLA - DEREK AND THE DOMINOES
MONEY - PINK FLOYD
MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE - THE POLICE
MORE THAN A FEELING - BOSTON
SULTANS OF SWING - DIRE STRAITS
SWEET HOME ALABAMA - LYNYRD SKYNYRD
TAKIN' CARE OF BUSINESS - BTO
TIE YOUR MOTHER DOWN - QUEEN
WALK THIS WAY - AEROSMITH
YOU REALLY GOT ME - VAN HALEN

 

INTRODUCTION
Often called the era of excess, the seventies were certainly an era of excessive change.
On the heels of the tumultuous sixties, myriad forms of rock sprang up, seemingly
overnight, and became codified. The rock family tree sprouted several new branches
including such divergent idioms as heavy metal, funk rock, jazz/rock fusion, power pop,
and progressive rock. Throughout it all, the riff reigned supreme. This volume is dedicated
to seventeen of the period's greatest riffmasters-the pioneers and innovators who
made the music and gave us the riffs that will live forever in the annals of rock and roll.
Wolf Marshall
THE RECORDING
Wolf Marshall, guitars
Michael Della Gala, bass
John Nau, keyboards
Mike Sandberg, drums and percussion
Gary Ferguson, additional drums
Michael McCarty, additional synthesizer and percussion
Special thanks to Jimmy Dunlop and Julie at Dunlop Manufacturing for the MXR Phasers
and Tremolo-Pan, Brad Strickland-artist relations at Vox amps (KORG USA) for the AC30
amp, and Del Breckenfeld-artist relations at Fender Musical Instruments.

The titles in this book include:

Layla - Derek and the Dominoes - Words and Music: Eric Clapton, Jim Gordon - 1970

All Right Now - Free - Words and Music: Paul Rodgers, Andy Fraser - 1970

Bang a Gong (Get It On) - T. Rex - Words and Music: Marc Bolan - 1971

Iron Man - Black Sabbath - Words and Music: Frank Iommi, John Osbourne, William Ward, Terence Butler - 1970

Happy - Rolling Stones - Words and Music: Ketith Richards, Mick Jagger - 1972

Money - Pink Floyd - Words and Music: Roger Waters - 1973

Jessica - Allman Brothers Band - Words and Music: Dickey Betts - 1973

Sweet Home Alabama - Lynyrd Skynyrd - Words and Music: Ronnie Van Zant, Ed King, Gary Rossington - 1974

Takin' Care of Business - Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Words and Music: Randy Bachman - 1974

Walk This Way - Aerosmith - Words and Music: Steven Tyler, Joe Perry - 1975

More than a Feeling - Boston - Words and Music: Tom Scholz - 1976

Detroit Rock City - Kiss - Words and Music: Paul Stanley, Bob Ezrin - 1976

Tie Your Mother Down - Queen - Words and Music: Brian May - 1976

Carry on Wayward Son - Kansas - Words and Music: Kerry Livgren - 1976

You Really Got Me - Van Halen - Words and Music: Ray Davies - 1964

Sultans of Swing - Dire Straits - Words and Music: Mark Knopfler - 1978

Message in a Bottle - Police - Words and Music: sting - 1979

YOU REALLY GOT ME
Words and Music by Ray Davies
Figure 15-lntro and verse
We tend not to think of Van Halen as a "seventies band" because their work in the
next two decades came to be so historically important, musically innovative, and sweepingly
influential, but it's a fact. The self-titled debut record, released in 1978, was a barometer
indicating a change of climate in the future. Just as Jimi Hendrix had done eleven
years earlier, Van Halen defined a new direction and style for the coming age in tunes like
"Runnin' with the Devil," "I'm the One," "Eruption," and "You Really Got Me." Apparently the
public agreed and responded-"You Really Got Me" made it to the Top 40 and became
Van Halen's first hit single. The band already had been rearranging cover tunes for years
in their early gigging days around Hollywood, transforming them and making them their
own. "You Really Got Me" is a perfect example of how they did it-in Ed's words, "a hot
tune we turned into a jet airplane" -and a perfect vehicle for the maiden voyage of the
power quartet in the waning years of the seventies.
Screaming into the space after the close of "Eruption," the crushing intro riff in "You
Really Got Me" hits you squarely in the face like a left jab. Ed Van Halen converted the
Kinks' shifting barre-chord figure into a harder, more streamlined, very Van Halenesque
open-chord riff in the intro and verses. Deceptively simple, it is founded on a single AS
power chord with an added low G on the sixth string. Many of Ed's "neat noises" abound
in the figure as fills and extra texture, including muffled, percussive chord strums, pick
slides, pinch harmonics, and snarling low bends on the sixth string. The basic rhythmic
pattern and chordal idea are moved to different harmonic levels in the verses. Here, barre
chord and movable power chord versions of the main riff are found as the progression
moves to Band E tonal centers. Check out the intriguing and subtle variations Ed throws
into the figures along the way in the form of licks, fills, and varied interpretations of the
song's thematic motif. His licks and fills have endured in their own right as essential and
invaluable riffs, and have become embedded in the very core of contemporary rock guitar lore.
 

IRON MAN
Words and Music by Frank lommi, John Osbourne, William Ward, and Terence Butler
Figure 4-lntro, verse, chorus, and interlude
1971 was a watershed year for metal. While Jimmy Page and Led Zeppelin were building a stairway to heaven, a Birmingham blues band asked the unthinkable question: Is there life after Zep? Arriving with thundering riffs, sinister occult themes, and dark gothic trappings, the answer came in the form of Black Sabbath. Sabbath is generally acknowledged as the first official heavy metal band-setting undeniable precedents for the late-seventies metal renaissance ("The New Wave of British Heavy Metal"), as well as the thrash/speed metal school of the eighties, and the grunge/metal of the ninetiesa fact underscored by the numerous bands that cite Sabbath as influential-Iron Maiden, Van Halen, Metallica, Pantera, and Soundgarden, among many others. "Iron Man," from the landmark Paranoid album, is one of the heaviest and best riff-based songs of their definitive early period.
"Iron Man" abounds with numerous riffs-each with a purpose, each well-placed in the arrangement. The main "Iron Man" theme is one of metal's most memorable riffs and is heard throughout the song. It appears in the intro as a rhythm figure made of parallel two-note power chords in B minor, spelling out the B natural minor scale (B-C#- D-E-F#-G-A). In the verses, a single-note version of this riff, derived from the roots of the power chords, is used. Between the first and second verses, a second single-note riff in B minor is found as both a connection and a transition. This figure employs chromatic notes in its ascending melody (meas. 23). In the interlude, a different riff is played against a double-time feel (which sets up the guitar solo). This riff is a single-note line which modulates up to C# minor, and uses notes of the C# blues scale (C#-E-F#-G-G#-B) which comes off like a deft manipulation of Cream's "Sunshine of Your Love" theme. Notice the tough accenting, staccato attack, and syncopation in the phrase which give it plenty of rhythmic character and push forcefully toward Tony's solo.
 

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