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CHITARRA 2 ANTOLOGIA SUCCESSI Roberto Fabbri CON TE PARTIRò ANDREA BOCELLI LIBRO SPARTITI

CHITARRA, 2ª ANTOLOGIA DI SUCCESSI: a cura di Roberto Fabbri. LIBRO CON CD E TABLATURE

LIBRO DI MUSICA CLASSICA JAZZ / POP / CINEMA / ADATTATA SOLO PER CHITARRA, FINGERSTYLE. CON CD.

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15 Facili trascrizioni con intavolatura: Jazz, Pop, Cinema e Classici. I Got Rhythm - Garota De Ipanema - 'Round Midnight - Samba De Uma Nota So - Take Five - Con Te Partirò (Time To Say Goodbye) - Horizons - Smoke Gets In Your Eyes - 007 - Giù La Testa - Cavatina - La Strada (Tema) - Bourrée - Giochi Proibiti - Valzer n.9 (Chopin)

Brani:

- 'Round Midnight, Thelonious Monk, 
- 007, JOHN BARRY
- Bourrée, BACH
- Cavatina, S. MYERS, JOHN WILLIAMS, DAL FILM IL CACCIATORE
- Con Te Partirò (Time To Say Goodbye) Sartori Francesco / Quarantotto Lucio, ANDREA BOCELLI
- Garota De Ipanema - Antonio Carlos Jobim / Vinícius de Moraes, LA RAGAZZA DI IPANEMA
- Giochi Proibiti, NARCISO YEPES, ANONIMO
- Giù La Testa, ENNIO MORRICONE
- Horizons, STEVE HACKETT, GENESIS
- I Got Rhythm, GEORGE GERSHWIN
- La Strada (Tema), NINO ROTA DAL FILM DI FEDERICO FELLINI
- Samba De Uma Nota So, JOBIM
- Smoke Gets In Your Eyes, JEROME KERN
- Take Five, PAUL DESMOND
- Valzer n.9 (Chopin)

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YEPES NARCISIO THE FINEST PIECES FROM HIS REPERTOIRE MASTERS OF THE GUITAR MUSIC BOOK Catalan Folk Songs

NARCISIO YEPES , THE FINEST PIECES FROM HIS REPERTOIRE.  

Come compositore Yepes è l'autore del famoso pezzo "giochi proibiti". Lo compose per la madre quando era giovanissimo, aveva sette anni. E fu inserito nella colonna sonora del film Jeux interdits del 1952 diretto da René Clement, vincitore del Leone d'oro come miglior film alla 17a mostra del cinema di Venezia. E' ancora un mistero perché Yepes non si attribuì l'autorità di questo brano malinconico e sdolcinato, e inizialmente disse di averlo trovato. Sembra un poco come nel romazo "il nome della Rosa" del 1980 o nel "Baudolino" del 2000 di Umberto Eco, dove la storia inizia con la lettura di un manoscritto antico (che chiaramente è stato scritto dallo stesso Eco) ritrovato tra scartoffie impolverate in un vecchio baule ammuffito all'nterno di una cantina tra i ruderi di un castello abbandonato. 

Yepes suona a volte velocemente una scala cromatica solo con un dito e solo su una corda, per tutta la tastiera, potrebbe sembrare facile, ma non è così, quando si è abituati a suonare con 4 dita, bisogna fare attenzione a sincronizzare lo spostamento del dito, lo si vede anche nel filmato "Passepied di Salvador Bacarisse" a 25 secondi.

 

composer: Narcisio Yepes

Masters of the Guitar

Instrumentation: guitar

Publisher: Schott Music

Difficulty: intermediate

Series: Guitar Archive

80 Pages 

 

Content:

Anonymous: Irish Marsh - Marcha Irlandesa

Saltarello

L. Milán: 6 Pavans

E. Adriaensen: Canson Englesa

Allemande court

T. Robinson: 4 Sacred Songs

D. Kellner: Aria and Fantasia D major

J.S. Bach: Sarabande et Double

F. Sor: Introduction and variations on a theme by Mozart

S. Bacarisse: Passepied No. II

F. Casanovas: La gata i el belitre

E. Roldan: Au clair de la lune

V. Asencio: Collectici íntim

N. Yepes: 2 Catalan Folk Songs

Appendix: Symbols  

Der spanische Gitarrist Narciso Yepes (1927-1997) war einer der groBen Meister seines

 

Instruments. Sein Studium am Konservatorium in Valencia begann er bereits im Alter von 12

Jahren und war SchOlervon Vicente Asensio, der in diesem Band mit der Komposition Collectici

intirn vertreten ist. Ahnlich wie Manuel de Falla hatte auch Yepes eine starke Verbindung

zum Flamenco. Seinen Durchbruch hatte Narciso Yepes 1947 mit der Auffuhrung von Joaquin

Rodrigos Concierto de Aranjuez, das er 1955 auch auf Schallplatte einspielte.

Kompositorisch erlangte Yepes mit seiner Filmmusik fOr den Film Jeux interdits (Rene Clement,

1952) internationale Anerkennung.

Mit zahlreichen Transkriptionen erweiterte Yepes das Repertoire der akustischen Gitarre.

Um flexibler zu transkribieren, lie~ er sich 1964 eine zehnsaitige Gitarre bauen.

Der vorliegende Sammelband enthiilt die sch6nsten StUcke aus dem Repertoire des brillanten

Virtuosen Narciso Yepes, der neben Andres Segovia und Emilio Pujol zu den gr6~ten Gitarristen

Spaniens ziihlte.

 

The spanish guitarist Narciso Yepes (1927-1997) was one of the great masters of his instrument.

Already at the age of twelve he began studying at University of Valencia and there he was

a pupil of Vicente Asencio, who is presented in this volume with his composition Collectici

intirn. Like Manuel de Falla, Yepes was also closely connected with the Flamenco.

In 1947 Narciso Yepes had his breakthrough with the performance of Joaquin Rodrigo's

Concierto de Aranjuez which he recorded in 1955. As a composer Yepes achieved international

prestige with his score to the film Jeux interdits (Forbidden Games) (1952) directed by Rene

Clement.

Yepes enlarged (enriched) the repertoire of the acoustic guitar with numerous transcriptions.

For being more flexible, he created the ten string guitar in 1964.

The present volume contains the finest pieces from the repertoire of the brilliant musician

Narciso Yepes, who ranked among Andres Segovia and Emilio Pujol to the greatest guitarist

of Spain.

 

EIguitarrista espanol Narciso Yepes (1927-1997) fue uno de los grandes maestros de su instrumento.

Empezo a estudiar en la universidad de Valencia a la temprana edad de doce anos, y fue

alumno en ella de Vicente Asencio, quien es presentado en este volumen con su composicion

Collectici fntirn. AI igual que Manuel de Falla, tambien Yepes mantuvo una estrecha vinculacion

con el flamenco. En 1947, Narciso Yepes dio un impulso decisivo a su carrera con la interpretacion

del Concierto de Aranjuez, de Joaquin Rodrigo, que grabo en 1955. Como compositor,

Yepes alcanzo la fama internacional con su partitura para la pelfcula Jeux interdits (Juegos

prohibidos) (1952) dirigida por Rene Clement.

Yepes amplio (enriquecio) el repertorio de la guitarra acustica con numerosas trasncripciones.

Paratener mayor flexibilidad, en 1964 creo la guitarra de diez cuerdas.

EI presente volumen contiene las mejores piezas del repertorio del brillante musico Narciso

Yepes, quien ha pasado a ser -junto con Andres Segovia y Emilio Pujol- uno de los mas grandes

guitarristas de Espana.

 

Contents / Inhalt / Contenido:

 

Irish March / Irischer Marsch / Marcha irlandesa - Anonymous (11th century /11. Jh. / Siglo XI)

 

Saltarello - Anonymous (16th century /16. Jh. / Siglo XVI)

 

6 Pavans / 6 Pavanen / 6 Pavanas - Luis Milan (1500-1561)

Canson Englesa - Emmanuel Adriaensen (ca. 1554 - 1604)

Allemande de court

 

4 Sacred Songs / 4 geistliche Lieder / 4 cantos sacros - Thomas Robinson (ca. 1588 - 1610)

 

Aria and Fantasia D major / Arie und Fantasie D-dur / David Kellner (ca. 1670 -1748)

Aria y fantasia Re mayor

 

Sarabande et Double 31 - Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 -1750)

 

Introduction and variations on a theme by Mozart / Fernando Sor (1778 - 1839)

Introduktion und Variationen Ober ein Thema von Mozart /

Introduccion y variaciones sobre un tema de Mozart

 

Passepied No. 1 - Salvador Bacarisse (1898 - 1963)

 

La gata i el belitre - Francisco Casanovas (1899 - 1986)

 

Au clair de la lune - Eugene Roldan

 

Collectici intim - Vicente Asencio (1903 - 1979)

 

2 Catalan Folk Songs / 2 katalanische Volkslieder / - Narciso Yepes (1927 - 1997)

2 canciones populares catalanas

 

Appendix / Anhang / Apendice

Symbols / Zeichenerklarung / Simbolos 

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GROOVY GUITAR 15 CLASSIC '60 SONGS Bill Piburn CD TABLATURE LIBRO (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay

GROOVY GUITAR, 15 CLASSIC '60 SONGS ARRANGED FOR SOLO GUITAR. Bill Piburn. BOOK WITH CD & TABLATURE

LIBRO DI MUSICA POP ROCK, CON CD.

SPARTITI PER CHITARRA FINGERSTYLE, CHITARRA SOLA, FINGERPICKING, CON: 

PENTAGRAMMA E TABLATURE. 

 

Series: Guitar Solo

Format: Softcover with CD - TAB

Arranger: Bill Piburn

Artist: Various

Recording Engineer: Jack Pearson

 

From the editor of Fingerstyle Guitar magazine comes 15 custom arrangements of popular music classics, including: Daydream • Happy Together • A Hard Day's Night • Last Train to Clarksville • Scarborough Fair • (Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay • Spooky • Walk On By • What Becomes of the Broken Hearted • and more. Songs are arranged for solo guitar in notes and tab.

 

Bill Piburn has lived in Nashville since 1987. Growing up in Kansas City, Missouri, he began his guitar studies with his father Russell at the age of ten. He went on to study with Douglas Niedt at sixteen and Christopher Parkening at age nineteen. He also studied harmony with jazz pianist John Elliot. His playing has won him high praise from legendary players such as Martin Taylor, Chet Atkins, Johnny Smith, Tommy Emmanuel, and Earl Klugh.

"Bill Piburn's arrangements are creative and very musical. He draws on a wide range of musical styles and influences to keep the player and listener surprised and engaged. The music is personal, whimsical, and colorful with lots of interesting counterpoint and unique harmonies. It is immediately apparent when you meet him that the guitar is his passion. We've had great conversations about the guitar and life, and I am proud to have him as a friend." - Earl Klugh

 

Song List:

Daydream  -  John Sebastian

Downtown  -  Tony Hatch

Happy Together  -  Garry Bonner and Alan Gordon

A Hard Day's Night  -  John Lennon and Paul McCartney

I'll Never Fall In Love Again  -  Burt Bacharach

Last Train To Clarksville  -  Bobby Hart and Tommy Boyce

Mellow Yellow  -  Donovan Leitch

Scarborough Fair  -  Simon & Garfunkel

(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay  -  Steve Cropper and Otis Redding

Spooky  -  Cobb, Buddy Buie, Middlebrooks, Mike Shapiro

Sunny  -  Bobby Hebb

Up On The Roof  -  Gerry Goffin and Carole King

Walk On By  -  Burt Bacharach

What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted  -  J. Dean, Paul Riser, William Henry Weatherspoon

What The World Needs Now Is Love  -  Lyric: Hal David, Music: Burt Bacharach

 

56 pages

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CLASSIC ROCK HEROES, GUITAR MASTERS SERIES Joe Charupakorn CD TABLATURE All Right Now-Born To Be Wild

CLASSIC ROCK HEROES, GUITAR MASTERS SERIES Joe Charupakorn CD TABLATURE

ORIGINAL RECORDINGS

Classic Rock Heroes
Guitar Masters Series
Series: Guitar Masters Series
Format: Softcover with CD - TAB
Author: Joe Charupakorn

Inventory #HL 00699915
ISBN: 9781423423614
UPC: 884088129606
Width: 9.0"
Length: 12.0"
104 pages

Classic Rock Heroes not only contains accurate guitar transcriptions of 10 classic rock anthems and biographical information on each artist, it also includes a CD with the ORIGINAL RECORDINGS OF EVERY SONG! Hear every note as played, every lyric as sung, and every bend as you remember – this is the real deal! Songs include: All Right Now - Born to Be Wild - Cold Gin - Renegade - Rocky Mountain Way - Snortin' Whiskey - Stuck in the Middle with You - Takin' Care of Business - Thirty Days in the Hole • What's Your Name. Also features great photos, detailed gear listings, and album info. 104 pages

Song List:

All Right Now - FREE - 1970
Born To Be Wild - STEPPENWOLF - 1968
Cold Gin - KISS - 1974
Renegade - STYX - 1978
Rocky Mountain Way - JOE WALSH - 1973
Snortin' Whiskey - PAT TRAVERS - 1980
Stuck In The Middle With You - STEALERS WHEEL - 1973
Takin' Care Of Business - BACHMAN -TURNER OVERDRIVE - 1973
Thirty Days In The Hole - HUMBLE PIE - 1972
What's Your Name - LYNYRD SKYNYRD - 1977

 

Billboard Hot 100. The band was now a major act,
breaking attendance records worldwide on its tours.
Skynyrd opened for the Rolling Stones in front of
a crowd estimated at up to 500,000 people at the
Knebworth Fair in Hertfordshire, England. After the
show, members of the band hobnobbed backstage
with society's elite-even smoking a joint with actor
Jack Nicholson!
The band's next album, Nuthin' Fancy (1975), was
recorded with new drummer Artimus Pyle, who
replaced Bob Burns (Burns left the band citing
fatigue and health issues). Other big lineup changes
soon occurred-AI Kooper bowed out of being
Skynyrd's producer and midway through the tour
for Nuthin' Fancy (named the "Torture Tour") Ed
King, exhausted by both life on the road and Van
Zant's abusive behavior when drunk, left the band;
this would later prove to be a life-saving move. In
December 1975, female background vocalists, The
Honkettes (Leslie Hawkins, JoJo Billingsley, and
Cassie Gaines) were added. Mega-producer Tom
Dowd was brought on to produce the band's next
album Gimme Back My Bullets. Dowd agreed to
produce the album only on the conditions that the
band follow his zero tolerance policy for drunkenness
and that they rehearse consistently at a set time. At
the recommendation of Honkette Cassie Gaines, her
brother, guitarist Steve Gaines was added to Lynyrd
Skynyrd. Gaines brought back the three-guitar fury
to the Skynyrd sound and very shortly after joining,
took part in the live album, One More for the Road.
Gaines appeared on the band's next studio album,
Street Survivors (1977). Initially, it seemed like this
album would be a disaster. Producer Tom Dowd
left midway through the recording to finish a Rod
Stewart album, and initial impressions of the album
were lackluster at best. The finished product turned
out to be a miracle and is considered by many to be
Skynyrd's best album. It went platinum and reached
#5 in the US. Unfortunately the album will always
be associated with the tragic events that happened
three days after its release. On October 20, 1977,
while en route to a gig at Louisiana University,
Skynyrd's chartered tour plane ran out of fuel and
crashed into a swamp in Gillsburg, Mississippi. This
crash killed Ronnie Van Zant, Steve Gaines, Cassie
Gaines, and Dean Kilpatrick (road manager). As an
eerie coincidence, the cover of the original edition of
Street Survivors depicted the band in flames. After
the tragedy, that cover was replaced with a different
shot, sans flames.
MCA released a compilation album, Gold and
Platinum in 1979. That same year, the surviving
members performed "Freebird" at Charlie Daniel's
5th annual Volunteer Jam, at the Nashville Municipal
Auditorium. This performance was the impetus
behind the Rossington-Collins band, formed in
1980. Female singer Dale Krantz was added along
with former Skynyrd bassist Leon Wilkeson and
keyboardist Billy Powell. This short-lived band
released two albums between 1980 and 1982. Other
offshoot bands included the Artimus Pyle Band (Pyle
wouldn't join the Rossington-Collins band because
he didn't approve of Krantz fronting the band)
formed in 1981, the Allen Collins Band, formed in
1983, and Rossington, formed in 1986.
To commemorate the tenth anniversary of the crash,
Lynyrd Skynyrd reunited in 1987 with surviving
members Rossington, Powell, Wilkeson, Pyle, and
King. Allen Collins, paralyzed from a 1986 drunk
driving accident, singed on as musical director, and
new members, vocalist Johnny Van Zant (Ronnie's
younger brother) and guitarist Randall Hall (from
the Allen Collins Band) were added. Allen Collins
died on January 23, 1990 from complications caused
by pneumonia. The following year, Lynyrd Skynyrd
recorded its first studio album since the airplane
tragedy, Lynyrd Skynyrd 1991, which was produced
by Tom Dowd, and in 1996, a documentary entitled
Freebird ... The Movie was released. The band's place
in history was cemented on March 13, 2006, when it
was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Lynyrd Skynyrd is an icon that has forever impacted
the American cultural landscape and now, more than
three decades later, is still going strong.
Performance Notes
Lynyrd Skynyrd's sixth offering, Street Survivors
(1977), was among the band's most successful
albums, reaching platinum status and peaking at #5
in the US. Sadly, it was the last album recorded with
the original lineup. Among the highlights of Street
Survivors was "What's Your arne:' a ignature song...

 

...now-apprehensive band had to do the gig, if only to
get gas money for the trip back to Ohio. To everyone's
surprise, the band kicked ass as a power trio and would
consequently retain this format. A lucky break came
in the form of a last-minute slot opening up for The
Who in Pittsburgh, PA. Pete Townsend took a liking
to Walsh, referred to him as "America's answer to all
the English flash guitarists," and brought the James
Gang out for its European tour. After the tour, the
James Gang released The James Gang Rides Again,
which featured one of its all-time classics, "Funk #49."
The band's next album, Thirds, was Walsh's last studio
album with the band. In addition to tour burnout,
Walsh started to feel restricted by the confines of the
trio format. This precipitated his departure from the
James Gang after the live release from Carnegie Hall,
James Gang Live in Concert, which was recorded live
with no studio overdubs or fixes.
After leaving the band, Walsh moved to Boulder,
Colorado and took six months off from guitar,
spending time on his radio hobby. In 1972, he
released his first solo album, Barnstorm, which had
a more fleshed out sound with keyboards, synthesizers,
and vocal harmonies. Walsh's next album,
The Smoker You Drink, the Player You Get, was his
breakthrough album, peaking at #6 on the charts.
The album featured one of his most recognizable
songs, the classic "Rocky Mountain Way." Tragedy
struck in 1973 when Walsh's baby daughter was
involved in a car accident and died shortly thereafter.
This incident forever changed Walsh's life and
propelled his self-abusive personality. Residue of
the tragic event is evident in the title of his next two
releases, So What in 1976, and the live album, You
Can't Argue With a Sick Mind. After the loss of his
daughter, Walsh did not have the strength to continue
a solo career and joined the Eagles in 1976, replacing
Bernie Leadon.
With Walsh on board, the Eagles recorded the
landmark Hotel California, one of the best selling
albums of all time. The album was #1 for eight nonconsecutive
weeks on the album charts and featured
two #1 singles-"Hotel California" and "New Kid in
Town." In 1978, Walsh recorded another solo effort,
But Seriously Folks, which featured the signature
Wal h classic "Life's Been Good" It took the Eagles
two-and-a-half year to rele oll '-up album,
The Long Run, but it was worth the wait. The album
reached #1, earned the Eagles a GRAMMY®, and
spawned three Top 10 singles-"Heartache Tonight,"
"I Can't Tell You Why," and "The Long Run." After
The Long Run, the Eagles took a "fourteen-year
vacation," disbanding until 1994's reunion album,
Hell Freezes Over, a mixed live/studio set that hit
#1 immediately upon release. Now older and wiser,
the Eagles reunited on the condition that everyone
stay clean and sober, prompting Walsh to check into
rehab. In 1998, the Eagles were inducted into the
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and to this day, continue
to forge ahead, bucking the ever-changing musical
climate. In 2007, the Eagles released The Long Road
to Eden, the band's first studio album since 1979.
In the period since the Eagles' comeback, Walsh
recorded a slew of solo albums including There Goes
the Neighborhood, You Bought It: You Name It, The
Confessor, Got Any Gum?, and MTV Unplugged,
among others. He also regrouped with the James
Gang in 1996 at an election rally for President
Bill Clinton. With Walsh back in the band, the
James Gang has made several television appearances
including The Drew Carey Show, and has since
performed and toured sporadically.

Performance Notes
Despite his reckless image and his ballsy style, Joe
Walsh is a studied musician with a firm grasp on
music theory. He minored in music at Kent State
University and later received an honorary doctorate
in music from Kent. Growing up, Walsh started on a
diet of Beatles and Rolling Stones, learning George
Harrison's lines note-far-note. He later moved on to
the solos of Eric Clapton and Jeff Beck, meticulously
copying every nuance. This determination, combined
with his relentless gigging schedule, nurtured a
refined, yet powerful guitar stylist.
"Rocky Mountain Way" is one of Walsh's personal
favorite solos. The song is basically an extended
blues, enhanced with slide guitar and talk box. Walsh
nailed the slide parts in one take. After the first take,
Walsh wanted to do another, like most musicians
would, just to make sure. Everyone in the studio
unanimously agreed that it was a perfect run and told
Walsh "you're done." The rest is history.
 

... experience, having previously played with the moderately
successful MS Funk (a band that had opened for
Kiss). Initially, Shaw didn't know much about Styx
and actually looked down on them. He wasn't interested,
but went to the audition anyway and wound up
getting the gig without even touching his guitar. He
sang "Lady" with DeYoung and because he could hit
the high notes, DeYoung said "we want you in the
band."
Shaw made his debut, playing guitar, singing, and
writing/co-writing several songs on the band's next
album, Crystal Ball. The album did moderately
well, but it was the band's next album, The Grand
Illusion, that would take Styx into the big time.
The album went multi-platinum and "Come Sail
Away," a fantasy-themed single from that album
hit #8 in the US. Styx's next effort, Pieces of Eight,
also went multi-platinum. By this point, Shaw had
been making his mark on the band's sound. Pieces
of Eight featured three singles penned by Shaw,
"Renegade," "Blue Collar Man (Long Nights)," and
"Sing for the Day." The album Cornerstone followed
in 1979 and contained the bands biggest hit "Babe,"
which hit #1 on the charts. Cornerstone veered away
from the prog-rock sounds of previous efforts and
into a more pop/rock vein. As a result, its more mainstream-
friendly sound went multi-platinum, peaking
at #2 on the album charts. The bands momentum
continued with Paradise Theater, which also went
multi-platinum and was the only Styx album to
reach #1. "Snowblind," one of the songs from the
album caused controversy when activist Tipper Gore,
among others, accused the track of containing backwards,
satanic messages.
Although the band was on top of the world, not all
was well in Styx land. Around the time Shaw joined
the band, DeYoung suffered a nervous breakdown
and went for a stay at a psychiatric center. After
his recovery, he brought his wife and daughter on
the road. The DeYoungs were devout Catholics,
which created a major lifestyle conflict with the
band and brought about increasing intrapersonal
tension. Artistic tensions also came to a boil among
the band's songwriters-DeYoung's vision saw the
band going into a more theatrical direction while
Shaw and Young were pushing for a harder, more
rockin' sound. DeYoung got his way with the band's
next platinum album, Kilroy Was Here. The album
was a concept album that spawned the legendary
mega-hit "Mr. Roboto." DeYoung was also hellbent
on making a film version of Kilroy Was Here,
much to the chagrin of the other band members.
The movie was ultimately abbreviated to a fifteenminute
short film (costing Styx $1.5 million) to be
played on the Kilroy tour, which was already an
over-the-top, theatrical affair that had band members
wearing costumes and reciting dialogue. The tour's
ultra-elaborate production proved to be a nightmare
for the crew. Gargantuan sets had to be transported
daily from arena to arena, and numerous technical
snafus plagued the production. DeYoung didn't make
the situation easier. Whenever the film projectors
failed and the Kilroy film couldn't be shown,
DeYoung would refuse to sing and the show would
be over-not a good move considering ticket sales
were already drastically declining. It got so bad that
the last round of the tour was suddenly cancelled.
Tension in the band was at an all-time high and a
breakup was all but inevitable. During this period of
uncertainty, A&M released a live album, Caught in
the Act, which featured material from the Kilroy Was
Here and Paradsie Theater tours. The band went on
hiatus and Shaw and DeYoung pursued solo careers,
each releasing several solo albums. In 1990, after
extensive negotiations, the members of Styx decided
to record another album. DeYoung called Shaw to
start pre-production but got a shocker on the phone.
Shaw, with the aid of A&R legend John Kalodner,
had formed a new band, the Damn Yankess, which
featured Ted Nugent and Jack Blades, and was in the
process of recording an album. Glen Burtnick, who
had a deal as a solo artist with A&M Records, was
brought in as a replacement for Shaw and joined Styx
while they were still recording Edge of the Century.
During the negotiations for this album, DeYoung
used his clout to revamp the financial terms of the
band in his favor. He made himself the sole producer
of the album, thus getting points from the album,
excluding the others in the band.
Also, rather than split the publishing equally as
had been done previously, each songwriter now
solely owned his publishing, and at this point, only
DeYoung and James Young were writing songs for
the album. DeYoung also somehow managed to get...
 

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EARLY ROCK INSTRUMENTALS-Guitar Play-Along 92 CD TABLATURE SPARTITI CHITARRA BASI Sleepwalk

EARLY ROCK INSTRUMENTALS, Guitar Play-Along Volume 92. CD TABLATURE

LIBRO DI MUSICA ROCK. CON CD. 

CD DI BASI PER VOCE E CHITARRA, E VOCE. 

SPARTITI PER VOCE E CHITARRA CON:

ACCORDI, PENTAGRAMMA, TABLATURE.

 

Early Rock Instrumentals
Guitar Play-Along Volume 92
Serie: Guitar Play-Along
Formato: copertina morbida con  CD - TABLATURE
Artisti: Vari
La serie The Guitar Play-Along vi aiuterà  in modo semplice e veloce a suonare le tue canzoni preferite. Dovete soltanto seguire le tablature, ascoltare il CD per sentire come dovrebbe suonare la chitarra e suonare seguendo le tracce separate delle basi. Nel libro sono inclusi la melodia e i testi delle canzoni in caso voleste cantare, o semplicemente  per aiutarvi di seguire meglio il brano. Il CD audio si può ascoltare su qualsiasi player per CD. Per i PC o computer Mac è allegato un CD il programma per poter cambiare la velocità del brano senza cambiare la tonalità e viceversa e scegliere le parti che volete e riascoltarle non-stop come un loop.
 

8 canzoni: Apache • Guitar Boogie Shuffle • Raunchy • Rawhide • Rebel 'Rouser • Sleepwalk • Telstar • Tequila.

Apache - JORGEN INGMANN & HIS GUITAR
Guitar Boogie Shuffle - THE VIRTUES
Raunchy - BILL JUSTIS
Rawhide - LINK WRAY & THE WRAYMEN
Rebel 'Rouser - DUANE EDDY
Sleepwalk - SANTO & JOHNNY
Telstar - THE TORNADOS
Tequila - THE CHAMPS

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Lunghezza: 12.0"
32 pagine

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BLUES INSTRUMENTALS Guitar Play-Along Volume 91 CD TABLATURE The Stumble SPARTITI CHITARRA

BLUES INSTRUMENTALS, Guitar Play-Along Volume 91. Sheet Music Book with CD & GUITAR TABLATURE. 

LIBRO DI MUSICA BLUES CON CD. 

CD DI BASI .

SPARTITI PER CHITARRA CON :

ACCORDI, PENTAGRAMMA, TABLATURE. 

 

Guitar Play-Along Volume 91

Series: Guitar Play-Along
Format: Softcover with CD - TAB
Artist: Various

The Guitar Play-Along Series will help you play your favorite songs quickly and easily! Just follow the tab, listen to the CD to hear how the guitar should sound, and then play along using the separate backing tracks. The melody and lyrics are also included in the book in case you want to sing, or to simply help you follow along. The audio CD is playable on any CD player. For PC and Mac computer users, the CD is enhanced so you can adjust the recording to any tempo without changing pitch!

8 songs: Blue Guitar • Honky Tonk (Parts 1 & 2) • Just like a Woman • Okie Dokie Stomp • Scuttle Buttin' • Steppin' Out • The Stumble • Wham.

Blue Guitar
Honky Tonk (Parts 1 & 2)
Just Like A Woman
Okie Dokie Stomp
Scuttle Buttin'
Steppin' Out
The Stumble
Wham

56 pages

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25 GREAT CLASSIC ROCK GUITAR SOLOS-Dave Rubin-Santana-Gilmour-May LIBRO CD TABLATURE

25 GREAT CLASSIC ROCK GUITAR SOLOS. Dave Rubin. BOOK WITH CD & TABLATURE

LIBRO METODO DI MUSICA ROCK, CON CD. 

SPARTITI PER CHITARRA CON: 

ACCORDI, PENTAGRAMMA E TABLATURE. 

Featuring legends of lead guitar, including Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton, Eddie Van Halen, Jeff Beck, Carlos Santana, Duane Allman, Tony Iommi, David Gilmour, and many mire.

Transcriptions · Lessons · Bios · Photos
Series: Guitar Book
Format: Softcover with CD - TAB
Author : Dave Rubin

From Eric Clapton and George Harrison to Brian May and Eddie Van Halen, take an inside look at the genesis of classic rock guitar. This book/CD pack provides solo transcriptions in standard notation and tab, lessons on how to play them, guitarist bios, equipment, photos, history, and much more. The accompanying CD contains full-band demonstrations of every guitar solo in the book. It's playable on any CD player, and is also enhanced so Mac and PC users can adjust the recording to any tempo without changing the pitch! Songs include: Louie, Louie - Mississippi Queen - Money - Paranoid - Radar Love - Reeling in the Years - Smoke on the Water - Sweet Home Alabama - Tush - We Will Rock You - White Room , and more.

Rock guitar solos have evolved significantly over time. In the "stone age" of the fifties, they often served merely as an "instrumental break" from the vocals; by the "stoned age" of the sixties, however, they sometimes seemed the whole point of the exercise. Even back then, however, the difference was always in the songs with the closest lineage to the blues. Beginning with Chuck Berry and the raucous, howling highway sound of his grinding solo on "Maybellene" in 1955, a freedom to improvise and express joy, anger, lust, menace, or just sheer rebellion for the hell of it became the province of those players willing to test their mettle (metal?) and chops. It's a fairly straight shot from Chuck to the Kingsmen in the Northwest in the early sixties and their primal, iconic garage rock version of "Louie Louie" (1963) featuring lead guitarist Mike Mitchell. In England, Jeff Beck was helping to create psychedelic music in the Yardbirds by filtering the blues through Les Paul and rockabilly music, and his wildly creative chops produced the swinging and humorous "Jeff's Boogie" in 1966. His predecessor in the 'birds, Eric Clapton, would advance the cause of heavy blues rock in Cream during the late sixties with dramatic blues rock like the monolithic "White Room" in 1968. A year later in the U.S., a band from northern California led by the exceptionally talented singer/songwriter/guitarist John Fogerty combined country blues with country, folk, and rockabilly music to create a dazzling string of hit singles. "Born on the Bayou," the flips ide of the future wedding band staple "Proud Mary," captured a Southern ambience not present in British blues rock. Also in 1969, Mexico-born Carlos Santana in the San Francisco area found yet another way to combine the blues with a new genre in the celebratory Latin rock of "Soul Sacrifice" that he had performed that summer at the landmark Woodstock festival in upstate New York. John Lennon likely thought himself the "bluesiest" of the Beatles, that most eclectic and imaginative of sixties bands, but George Harrison and Paul McCartney joined him in trading funky blues rock solos during their crunching jam on 'The End" in 1969 that actually marked the "end" for the Beatles with Abbey Road. Led Zeppelin, their polar opposites led by the brilliant tone king Jimmy Page, gave a nod to a passel of blues classics with their original composition "The Lemon Song" on their second release in 1969. That same watershed year, an authentic American blues group from the South, the Allman Brothers Band featuring Duane Allman and Dicky Betts, included the ultimate encore tune of "Whipping Post" on their debut album. The seventies started off showing no let up in creativity regarding blues influenced rock. Mountain, with the physically "mountainous" lead guitarist Leslie West, paid props to the "Mississippi Queen" in 1970. Across the "big pond," heavy metal avatars Black Sabbath with guitarist Tony Iommi were feeling rather "Paranoid" in 1971, while Deep Purple with the "Dark Knight" Richie Blackmore smoldered with "Smoke on the Water" in 1972. At the same time stateside, the jazz-bopping Steely Dan, with a rotating cast of top session guitarists, recorded the fast shuffling "Reeling in the Years" with studio cat Elliot Randall spinning fluid lines. David Gilmour and the second incarnation of Pink Floyd used "Money" in 1973 to make a major musical statement in England, while the pride of Ohio,

Song List:

YEAR - TITOLO - CHITARRISTA - BAND - ALBUM

1977 - Black Betty - Bill Bartlett - RAM JAM - Ram Jam
1969 - Born On The Bayou - John Fogerty - CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL - Bayou Country
1969 - The End - Paul McCartney, George Harrison, John Lennon - The BEATLES - Abbey Road
1966 - Jeff's Boogie - Jeff Beck - YARDBIRDS - Over under sideways Down  
1969 - The Lemon Song - Jimmy Page - LED ZEPPELIN II
1977 - Lights Out - Michael Schenker - UFO - lights out 
1976 - Long Time - Tom Scholz - BOSTON - Long time
1963 - Louie, Louie - Mike Mitchell - The KINGSMEN - The Kingsmen in person
1970 - Mississippi Queen - Leslie West - MOUNTAIN - Climbing!
1973 - Money - David Gilmour - PINK FLOYD - dark side of the moon
1971 - Paranoid - Tony Iommi - BLACK SABBATH - Paranoid
1973 - Radar Love - George Kooymans - GOLDEN EARRING - Moontan
1972 - Reeling In The Years - Elliot Randall - STEELY DAN - Can't buy a thrill
1973 - Rock And Roll Hoochie Koo - Rick Derringer - all american boy
1973 - Rocky Mountain Way - Joe Walsh - the smoker you drink, the player you get
1972 - Smoke On The Water - Ritchie Blackmore - DEEP PURPLE - Machine Head 
1980 - Snortin' Whiskey - Pat Travers e Pat Thrall - PAT TRAVERS BAND - crash and burn
1969 - Soul Sacrifice - Carlos Santana - SANTANA 
1974 - Sweet Home Alabama - Ed King - LYNYRD SKYNYRD - Second helping
1974 - Train Kept A-Rollin' - Steve "the deacon" Hunter - AEROSMITH - Get your wings
1975 - Tush - Billy Gibbons - ZZ TOP - Fandango
1977 - We Will Rock You - QUEEN - news of the world
1969 - Whipping Post - Duane Allman - The ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND 
1968 - White Room - Eric Clapton - CREAM - Wheels of fire
1978 - You Really Got Me - Eddie Van Halen - VAN HALEN - Van Halen

106 pagine

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WOODSTOCK GUITAR SONGBOOK EDITION TABLATURE LIBRO-I’M GOING HOME-alvin lee-NEIL YOUNG

WOODSTOCK: THE GUITAR SONGBOOK. TABLATURE

LIBRO DI MUSICA, SPARTITI PER CHITARRA E VOCE. PENTAGRAMMA, ACCORDI E TABLATURE. 

AUTHENTIC GUITAR TAB EDITION

3 giorni di pace e musica. 
Era il 15 - 16 - 17 Agosto 1969, il biglietto costava $6.00 al giorno. Il 18 agosto suonerà Hendrix che chiuse il concerto di "Pace e musica" con una canzone sulla gelosia criminale, Hey Joe:

Hey Joe, dove stai andando con quella pistola in mano
Hey Joe, ho detto dove stai andando con quella pistola in mano

Sto andando a uccidere la mia vecchia signora
Sai, l'ho trovata in giro con un altro tizio
Sto andando a uccidere la mia vecchia signora
Sai, l'ho trovata in giro con un altro tizio
e questo non va bene

Hey Joe, ho sentito che hai sparato alla tua vecchia signora,
le hai sparato, adesso
ho detto, ho sentito che hai sparato alla tua vecchia signora,
le hai sparato, l'hai stesa

sì è vero, le ho sparato
sai, l'ho trovata in giro, in giro per la città
sì è vero, le ho sparato
sai, ho trovato la mia signora che faceva casino in giro per la città
e l'ho ripagata con la pistola
LE HO SPARATO!

Hey Joe, va bene
sparale ancora, baby

Hey Joe, ho detto
e adesso dove te ne andrai?
adesso dove te ne andrai?
Hey Joe, ho detto adesso dove te ne andrai?
Dove, dove andrai?
Be', scava

Andrò a sud,
verso il Messico
va bene!
Andrò a sud,
a sud dove posso essere libero
nessuno mi troverà

Non ci sarà nessun boia,
non mi metterà una corda intorno al collo
farai meglio a crederci
adesso devo andare
Hey Joe, è meglio che ti muova
arrivederci a tutti
Hey Joe, uhh
vattene via 

Hey Joe, where you goin' with that gun in your hand 
Hey Joe, I said where you goin' with that gun in your hand 

I'm going down to shoot my old lady 
You know, I've caught her messin' around with another man 
I'm going down to shoot my old lady 
You know, I've caught her messin' around with another man 
And that ain't too cool 

Hey Joe, I've heard you shot your woman down, 
shot her down, now 
I said I've heard you shot your old lady down, 
You shot her down to the ground 

Yes I did, I shot her 
You know, I caught her messin' round, messin' round town 
Yes I did, I shot her 
You know, I caught my old lady messin' around town 
And I gave her the gun 
I SHOT HER! 

Hey Joe, alright 
Shoot her one more time, baby 

Hey Joe, said now 
Where you gonna run to now? 
Where you gonna run to? 
Hey Joe, I said where you gonna run to now? 
Where you, where you gonna go? 
Well, dig it 

I'm goin' way down south, 
Way down to Mexico way 
Alright! 
I'm goin' way down south, 
Way down where I can be free 
Ain't no one gonna find me 

Ain't no hangman gonna, 
He ain't gonna put a rope around me 
You better believe it right now 
I gotta go now 
Hey Joe, you better run on down 
Good by everybody 
Hey Joe, uhh 
Run on down 

FOR MUCH OF THE WORLD, THE SUMMER OF '69 IS MARKED BY THE MILESTONE OF THE MANKIND'S FIRST STEP ON THE MOON, SYNONYMOUS WITH THE SENTENCE, "THIS IS ONE SMALL STEP FOR  MAN, ONE GIANT LEAP FOR MANKIND." 

 

The year 1969 was characterized by a fracturing American society. In the aftermath of tumultuous events from the previous year; which included poIitical assassinations, race riots, the Tet Offensive in Vietnam, student uprisings, and the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia, the world seemed divided between whites and blacks, capitalists and communists, haves and have-nots, straights and stoners, the silent majority and the counterculture. Two days after the Apollo I I astronauts emerged from quarantine, 500,000 concert goers-more than two and a half times the anticipated number of attendees-assembled in the alfalfa fields outside of Bethel, New York, to hear 32 musical acts, some already the biggest artists in the world, and some whose careers would explode following their exposure at the festival. From the point of view of their elders, the young people had been "infected" by a threat to the mores of society that was more insidious than the unknown space germs possibly brought back to earth from Apollo I I's trans-lunar journey. These "hippies" largely opposed the Vietnam War; materialism, and racism, while practicing free love and illicit drug use, and their values were implicitly and explicitly stated in much of the music performed at Woodstock. 

 

Friday, August 15

Richie Havens

Swami Satchidananda - gave the invocation for the festival

Sweetwater

Bert Sommer

Ravi Shankar

Tim Hardin

Melanie

Arlo Guthrie

Joan Baez

 

Saturday, August 16

Quill, forty-minute set of four songs

Country Joe McDonald

John Sebastian

Santana

Keef Hartley Band

The Incredible String Band

Canned Heat

Mountain

Grateful Dead

Creedence Clearwater Revival

Janis Joplin with The Kozmic Blues Band

Sly & the Family Stone

The Who began at 4 a.m., kicking off a 25-song set including Tommy

Jefferson Airplane

 

Sunday, August 17

The Grease Band

Joe Cocker

Country Joe and the Fish

Ten Years After

The Band

Blood, Sweat & Tears

Johnny Winter featuring his brother, Edgar Winter

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

Paul Butterfield Blues Band

Sha-Na-Na

Monday, August 18

Jimi Hendrix

For the particular generation, it calls to mind a '80s pop song about the dashed hopes of youthful idealism. But for the baby boomer generation and free spirits everywhere, the summer of 69 is defined by a mid-August music Festival, where a half-million young people wallowed in the mud  of the Max Yasgur's 600-acre dairy farm.

A r t i s t  T i t l e

JOAN BAEZ - JOE HILL - Parole: Alfred Haynes. Musica: Earl Robinson - 1938
THE BAND - CHEST FEVER - parole e musica: Robbie Robertson - 1968
THE BAND - THE WEIGHT - parole e musica: Robbie Robertson - 1968
CANNED HEAT - GOING UP THE COUNTRY - parole e musica: Alan Wilson - 1968 
JOE COCKER - DELTA LADY - parole e musica: Leon Russell - 1969
JOE COCKER - LET’S GO GET STONED - parole e musica: Valerie Simpson, Nicholas Ashford, Josephine Armstead - 1965
COUNTRY JOE MCDONALD - I-FEEL-LIKE-I’M-FIXIN’-TO-DIE RAG - parole e musica: Joe McDonald - 1965

CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG - BLUEBIRD - parole e musica: Stephen Stills - 1967
CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG - WOODSTOCK - parole e musica: Joni Mitchell - 1969

GRATEFUL DEAD - DARK STAR - parole: Robert Hunter. musica: Jerry Garcia, Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, Phil Lesh, Ron McKernan, Bob Weir - 1971
GRATEFUL DEAD - ST. STEPHEN - parole: Robert Hunter. Musica: Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh - 1969

ARLO GUTHRIE - COMING INTO LOS ANGELES -  parole e musica: Arlo Guthrie - 1969
RICHIE HAVENS - HANDSOME JOHNNY - parole e musica: Richie Havens, Luis Goussett - 1967
JANIS JOPLIN WITH THE KOZMIC BLUES BAND - PIECE OF MY HEART - parole e musica: Jerry Ragovoy, Bert Russell - 1967
JANIS JOPLIN WITH THE KOZMIC BLUES BAND - TRY (JUST A LITTLE BIT HARDER) - parole e musica: Jerry Ragovoy, Chip Taylor - 1968

THE JEFFERSON AIRPLANE - VOLUNTEERS - parole e musica: Marty Balin, Paul Kantner - 1969
JIMI HENDRIX WITH GYPSY SUN AND RAINBOWS - HEY JOE - parole e musica: Billy Roberts - 1962 
MOUNTAIN - THEME FOR AN I MAGINARY WESTERN - parole e musica: Jack Bruce, Pete Brown - 1971
SANTANA - EVIL WAYS - parole e musica: Sonny Henry - 1967
SLY AND THE FAMILY STONE - EVERYDAY PEOPLE - parole e musica: Sylvester Stewart - 1969
SLY AND THE FAMILY STONE - I WANT TO TAKE YOU HIGHER - parole e musica: Sylvester Stewart - 1968
THE WHO - MY GENERATION - parole e musica: Peter Townshend - 1965
THE WHO - SUMMERTIME BLUES - parole e musica: Eddie Cochran, Jerry Capehart - 1958
TEN YEARS AFTER - I’M GOING HOME - parole e musica: Alvin Lee - 1969

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BLUES Guitar Play-Along Volume 38. CD TABLATURE

BLUES Guitar Play-Along Volume 38. Boom Boom -Cold Shot -Crosscut Saw -Everyday I Have The Blues -Frosty -Further On Up The Road -Killing Floor -Texas Flood. CD TABLATURE.

Serie: Guitar Play-Along TAB
Artisti: Vari

The Guitar Play-Along Series will help you play your favorite songs quickly and easily! Just follow the tab, listen to the CD to hear how the guitar should sound, and then play along using the separate backing tracks. The melody and lyrics are also included in the book in case you want to sing, or to simply help you follow along. The audio CD is playable on any CD player. For PC and Mac computer users, the CD is enhanced so you can adjust the recording to any tempo without changing pitch!

This volume includes 8 songs: Boom Boom - Cold Shot - Crosscut Saw - Everyday I Have the Blues - Frosty - Further on up the Road - Killing Floor - Texas Flood.

64 pagine

- Boom Boom - Parole e musica: John Lee Hooker - 1962
- Cold Shot - STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN - Parole e musica : Mike Kindred e Wesley Clark - 1984
- Crosscut Saw - ALBERT KING - Parole e musica: R.G. Ford - 1969
- Everyday I Have The Blues - B.B. KING - Parole e musica: Peter Chatman - 1952
- Frosty - Albert Collins - 1965
- Further On Up The Road - Parole e musica: Joe Veasey e Don Robey - 1957
- Killing Floor - HOWLIN' WOLF - Parole e musica: Chester Burnett - 1965
- Texas Flood - Parole e musica: Larry Davis e Joseph W. Scott - 1958

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ACOUSTIC METAL Guitar Play-Along Series, Volume 37. CD TABLATURE

8 TITOLI:

Every Rose Has Its Thorn [Poison]
Fly To The Angels [Slaughter]
Hole Hearted [Extreme]
Love Is On The Way [Saigon Kick]
Love Of A Lifetime [Firehouse]
Signs [Tesla]
To Be With You [Mr. Big]
When The Children Cry [White Lion]
 

CD TABLATURE
Serie: Guitar Play-Along
Artisti: Vari

La serie Guitar Play-Along ti aiuterà a suonare rapidamente e facilmente le tue canzoni preferite! Basta seguire la TABLATURE, ascoltare il CD, sentire come dovrebbe suonare la chitarra, e poi suonare insieme con le basi. La melodia e i testi sono inclusi nel libro nel caso tu voglia cantare, o per aiutarti e seguire la musica. Il CD audio è riproducibile su qualsiasi lettore CD. Con il computer e il Mac, è possibile regolare la registrazione a qualsiasi tempo senza cambiare l'altezza del suono !

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