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LYNCH GEORGE BEST OF Guitar Recorded Version TABLATURE CHITARRA SPARTITI LIBRO MR. SCARY

LYNCH GEORGE, BEST OF. TAB.

Series: Guitar Recorded Version TAB

Featuring note-for-note transcriptions with tab for Lynch's inventive solo work as well as selections from his days with Dokken and the Lynch Mob, this great guitar songbook includes 16 songs in all. Also features an introduction by Lynch himself! 158 pages.

Alone Again
Breaking The Chains
Cracks In The Ground
In My Dreams
Into The Fire
It's Not Love
Kiss Of Death
Long Way Home
Love Power
Mr. Scary
Playalistics
Street Fighting Man
Tangled In The Web
Tooth And Nail
Unchain The Night
Wicked Sensation

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LOS LOBOS THE BEST OF GUITAR RECORDED VERSIONS TABLATURE SPARTITI LIBRO LA BAMBA

LOS LOBOS, THE BEST. TABLATURE

BOOK FOR GUITAR WITH TABLATURE

Los Lobos' Los Angeles is two cities; It's the Ellis Island where immigrants come to find
freedom and prosperity. and its the city where America comes bringing its talents and
hopes in search of media exposure. Within this teeming caldron of talent and ethnic
diversity. the hip and the mundane. old and new. and hype and struggle. immigrants and
artists alike break up into small semi-cloistered pockets of urban life seasoned with the
flavor of small-town neighborhoods.
Los Lobos' songwriters David Hidalgo and Louie Perez and musicians Cesar Rosa and
Conrad Lorano grew up in East L.A.. an integral part of metropolitan Los Angeles with the
separateness typical of other areas of L.A.'s urban sprawl. The cultural security of
Hispanic lifestyle surrounded them with physical boundaries and isolated them from
outside influences and the Anglo world beyond. But the barrio, or neighborhood. could
not keep out the radiowaves of the 1960'sand 1970'sthat spread rock 'n' roll throughout
Southern California. Hidalgo and Perez grew up listening to the norteno music of their
parents. a type of folk music from the Northern border sates of Mexico. and the rock 'n'
roll broadcast from Los Angeles' Top 40 stations.

As a team. listening to the music your parents enjoy is usually high on the adolescent
anathema list. However. Los Lobos discovered a kind of inborn attraction for the
traditional Mexican music they had been exposed to as children. And as they matured.
Los Lobos succumbed to this magnetic attraction and the ancestral rhythm of the songs
of their parents.
This attraction to the traditional folk genre did not occur in a vacuum. It was nurtured
during a period of Hispanic renaissance-a time when Cesar Chavez was organizing the
migrant agricultural laborers. It was also a period of political unrest for Hispanics in Los
Angeles. There were marches and celebrations-protests against the Catholic church
and the way its parishioners were treated. And there was what some call an
"assassination" of a popular Hispanic journalist who was instrumental in getting stories
out of the sequestered area of East L.A. and into the media's eye. The attraction to
tradition happened in a period of pride in the heritage that enabled Hispanic people to
endure.
Los Lobos learned and practiced the songs and music of traditional Mexican folk music
for about eight years and gained traditional Mexican folk music for about eight years
and gained fluency in the ~uSiCof many regions such as Jalisco, La
 Huasteca. Michoacan and Veracruz. But it was the norteno style that
offered the most influence and the style that is revealed most in their
music. The two distinct song styles that norteno offered to Los Lobos
are corrido-a narrative ballad style accompanied by a harp. guitar or
ensemble-and ranchera-often slow love songs or as Perez has been
quoted as saying. "Ranchera is the blues."

Individually. David Hidalgo. Cesar Rosas. Louie Perez and Conrad Lozano
each developed their own styles by emulating their own long lists of favorite
players. Their collective influences include Mick Abrahams. Duane Allman,
the Beatles. Blue Cheer. James Brown, BuffalO Springfield. Canned Heat.
Eric Clapton. Bruce Conti, Cream, Ronnie Earl. Duane Eddy. Peter Green,
Jimi Hendrix. B.B. King. King Crimson. Led Zeppelin. Scotty Moore. Buck Owens,
Dave Paladin. Les Paul. Louis Prima, Hubert Sumlin. Richard Thompson.
Merle Travis.Ritchie Valens-an Angeleno hero of their youth-Jimmy Vaughan.
the Ventures. T-Bone Walker. Little Walter. Clarence White. Hank Williams, Johnny Winter.
Yes. Neil Young and many more.

Along with the more traditional instruments of the contemporary rock style. L.osL.obos
incorporates a number of instruments of Mexican origin. They reverberate the echoes of
Hispanic heritage and cast shadowy musical glimpses of periods of struggle and earlier
untamed vaquero (cowboy) days on the llano (range) characteristic of L.osL.obos·sound.
These instruments include: the bajo sexto. a guitar-like instrument with doubled steel strings;
the guitarron. a six-stringed bass guitar-like instrument: the hidalgarron. an eight-stringed
modified flat-top steel-string guitar created for David Hidalgo: the huapanguera. a smallnecked
guitar-like instrument with a large body and doubled strings: the jarana. a five-stringed
small guitar-like instrument: the requinto. a four-stringed small-bodies guitar; and the vihuela.
a small five-stringed guitar common to mariachi music.
Los L.obos·genesis was as a rock band. playing other peoples' songs while intermingling
norteno music in with their rock sets. They played for weddings. dances and whatever other
gigs they could find. They developed enough acclaim to become the subject of a 1975publictelevision
documentary and were "held up as Chicano role models." The band was eventually
"reduced to playing what Rosas calls the 'Red Onion circuit. ..· franchised and Americanized
Mexican food restaurants that cater to clientele looking for Mexican authenticity without
having to leave the suburbs.
A chance meeting with the Blasters outside Of the Roxy. a West Hollywood club. opened new
doors for L.osL.obos. After hearing a L.osL.obosdemo tape. the Blasters helped them connect
with Slash Records. Blasters' saxophonist Steve Berlin enjoyed L.osL.obos·music so much
that he joined the band as a full-time member. The appeal to Berlin was the band's versatility:
Los Lobos incorporates not only the influence of traditional Mexican folk style "but also soul.
gospel. country. blues. Cajun. zydeco and New Wave:' as one reviewer phrased it. The
Blasters' meeting and the connection with Slash culminated in an acoustic album Just Another
Band From East L..A.. now nearly unattainable. Their EP .....And A Time To Dance" earned L.os
L.obosa 1984Grammy for the best Mexican-American performance as well as selling 90.000
copies.
Los L.obosfollowed with the L.PHow Will The Wolf Survive? in 1984which transformed them into
a nationally-known group and sold 325.000 copies. This "year of critical praise culminated in
L.osL.obos·being named both the Best NewBand and Band Of the Year in 1984Rolling Stone
Critics Poll:' according to Rolling Stone magazine.
Critical acclaim also earned them admiration and work from artists such as Paul Simon-L.os
L.obos played background on a cut on Graceland. Ry Cooder for his Alamo Bay soundtrack.
Elvis Costello. who covered "A Matter Of Time" for his acoustic tour of Europe. Waylon
Jennings. who covered "Will The Wolf Survive" and the Fabulous Thunderbirds who sang
backup vocals on "Tuff Enuff.'· L.osL.obosalso recorded the music and made a brief
appearance as a brothel band for the film L.aBamba. the film biography Of the late Ritchie
Valens. and that. unfortunately. has distorted and obscured the band's image to the audience
previously unexposed to the Los Lobos sound.
Perez. who spoke of their music's appeal. was once quoted as saying. "All the people we write
about are resilient. They bounce back from what seems like the worst thing that ever
happened to them.· Los Lobos·style is a music evolved from experience-not only musical
but Oftheir own lives. L.iketheir songs' characters. L.osL.obos is resilient and adaptive. They
are of a people who have SUffered.endured and rebounded. Their music reflects an ability to
adapt and endure that has enabled them to continue a creative process born outside of the
media spotlight.
Joe Velazquez

 

NOTES FROM TRANSCRIBER

Any true fan of Los Lobos has probably felt privy to a well kept secret. Of course
the entire world remembers the band that played "La Bamba" for the soundtrack of
the motion picture of the same name, but in spite of such notoriety many people
would still fail a "listening test" if they were asked to identify who played the R&B
influenced "I Can't Understand" or the country picking on "One Time, One Night."
They have achieved critical acclaim, and admiration (not to mention work) from
artists such as Paul Simon (for background on a cut on "Graceland"), Ry Cooder
(for his "Alamo Bay" soundtrack), Elvis Costello (who covered "A Matter Of Time" for
his acoustic tour of Europe), Waylon Jennings (who covered "Will The Wolf Survive"
for his album of the same name) and the Fabulous Thunderbirds (for backup vocals
to "Tuff Enuff'. Ironically, the public's view of Los Lobos' "true colors" has been
eclipsed by the success of "La Bamba."
Of course a loyal fan would know that it is just as easy for this "Tex-Mexretro
garage band nostalgia act" (in the words of one interviewer) to crank it up with

"Shakin' Shakin' Shakes" and "Don't Worry Baby" as it is for them to playa slow
ballad like "The Tears Of God" or a Mexican traditional waltz like "Prenda Del Alma"
(complete with Mexican traditional instruments). In fact, one of the first lessons that
a Los Lobos fan must learn is how not to be surprised at what these guys can do
with just about any instrument that ends up in their hands.

The bottom line is that Los Lobos is not "JustAnother Band from East L.A." (the title
from their debut 1983EP on Slash records) that just happened to make it overnight.
They have paid their dues in fUll and in advance. Not only have they stayed
together for seventeen years, but they have played every kind of "gig" situation
that you could ever imagine from juke joints to Carnegie Hall.
Anyone who decides to study Los Lobos style will discover that they've tapped
into a gold mine of experience, skill, versatility and inspiration. Even though you
won't find any music conservatory graduates among them, they have all made
listening an art form in itself. True to the integrity of their root-oriented style, they
follow one primary conviction; it's the feel that counts!

Like the Wolf (their namesake) their prime motivations have been hunger and survival.
They have always had a healthy appetite to learn anything from a new lick to a new
instrument from anyone, any time, anywhere. That helped them survive as a working
band for many years, since they always had to be ready to adapt and change
quickly. These traits have become important ingredients to their rich "melting pot"
style that has transcended any attempt to type-cast them.
One of their strongest attributes has been their ability to write music that allows the
listener to vicariously experience the peaks and valleys of life's experiences and
emotions. This is especially evident in songs like "The Neighborhood: "The Hardest
Time," '" Can't Understand," "Tears Of God," "One Time, One Night" and "A Hatter Of
Time." One way that they have nurtured this intangible and rare gift is by keeping their
feet firmly planted on the ground and avoiding the entrapments of stardom. They do
not use their talent and skills as an excuse to separate themselves from the "little
people", but instead they use their music as a way of embracing the real world. They
have managed to combine their fascination with cultures and traditions Ofthe past with
their love of family and friends Ofthe present. and they have filled a rich reservoir of
Inspiration to draw from for many years to come. Colgan Bryan

Transcribed by COLGAN BRYAN

THE BEST OF LOS LOBOS

INTRODUCTION
NOTES FROM THE TRANSCRIBER

DON'T WORRY BABY from HOW WILL THE WOLF SURVIVE ? - CESAR ROSAS, LUIS PEREZ, T-BONE BURNETT - 1984

ESTOY SENTADO AQUI' from LA PISTOLA Y EL CORAZON – CESAR ROSAS - 1988

LA PISTOLA Y EL CORAZON from LA PISTOLA Y EL CORAZON – LUIS PEREZ, DAVID HIDALGO - 1988

HARDEST TIME. THE from BY THE LIGHT OF THE MOON – LUIS PEREZ, DAVID HIDALGO - 1987

I CAN'T UNDERSTAND from THE NEIGHBORHOOD – CESAR ROSAS, WILLIE DIXON 1990

LA BAMBA from LA BAMBA ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK – TRADITIONAL, ARRANGED BY: LIUS PEREZ, DAVID HIDALGO, CESAR ROSAS, STEVE BERLIN, CONRAD LOZANO - 1987

MATTER OF TIME, A from HOW WILL THE WOLF SURVIVE ? - LUIS PEREZ, DAVID HIDALGO - 1984

ONE TIME, ONE NIGHT from BY THE LIGHT CF THE MOON – LUIS PEREZ, DAVID HIDALGO - 1987

RIVER OF FOOLS from BY THE LIGHT OF THE MOON – LUIS PEREZ, DAVID HIDALGO - 1987

SHAKIN' SHAKIN' SHAKES from BY THE LIGHT OF THE MOON – CESAR ROSAS, T-BONE BURNETT - 1987

TEARS OF GOD from BY THE LIGHT OF THE MOON – LUIS PEREZ, DAVID HIDALGO - 1987

WILL THE WOLF SURVIVE ? from HOW WILL THE WOLF SURVIVE? - LUIS PEREZ, DAVID HIDALGO - 1984

NOTATION LEGEND

Cover photo by DAVID BLANK

 

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LYNYRD SKYNYRD BASS TABLATURE SPARTITI LIBRO Free Bird-Gimme Back My Bullets-Home Alabama

LYNYRD SKYNYRD, BEST. BASS TABLATURE

Product Description
Includes:

* The Ballad of Curtis Loew
* Don't Ask Me No Questions
* Free Bird
* Gimme Back My Bullets
* I Ain't the One
* The Needle and the Spoon
* On the Hunt
* Simple Man
* Sweet Home Alabama
* Tuesday's Gone
* What's Your Name
* Whiskey Rock-a-Roller 

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MACHINE HEAD BURN MY EYE play it like it is GUITAR TABLATURE LIBRO SPARTITI CHITARRA BOOK

MACHINE HEAD, BURN MY EYE. TABLATURE

 

1) BURN MY EYES
2) Davidian
3) Old 4) A Thousand Lies
5) None But My Own 
6) The Rage To Overcome
7) Death Church 
8) A Nation On Fire
9) Blood For Blood 
10) I'm Your God Now
11) Real Eyes Realize Real Lies 
12) Block

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MARLEY BOB, LEGEND, Guitar Recorded Version TABLATURE-No Woman No Cry-Redemption Song-Jamming-Is This Love

MARLEY BOB, LEGEND. TAB.

Series: Guitar Recorded Version TAB
Artist: Bob Marley

The Best Of Bob Marley & The Wailers 14 of his most memorable songs, Includes lots of photos, 96 pages

Buffalo Soldier
Could You Be Loved
Exodus
Get Up Stand Up
I Shot The Sheriff
Is This Love
Jamming
No Woman No Cry
One Love
People Get Ready
Redemption Song
Satisfy My Soul
Stir It Up
Three Little Birds
Waiting In Vain

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MARLEY BOB SONGS OF FREEDOM Guitar Recorded Version TABLATURE CHITARRA SPEARTITI LIBRO

 

MARLEY BOB, SONGS OF FREEDOM. TABLATURE

Series: Guitar Recorded Version TAB
Artist: Bob Marley

An excellent comprehensive tribute to the epitome of reggae music. 35 of Marley's best, complete with 8 pages of color photos, black and white photos throughout, an introduction by Marley's daughter, and separate lyric pages. 200 pages. 

 

INTRODUCTION

I didn't see my father as much as I wanted. He didn't have a normal "nine to five" job where you could look forward to him coming home every day - and then put him through total stress. No, we had to wait months at a time to see both Mummy and Daddy (actually we call Mummy "Maw"- kinda southern, don't you think?). And you can imagine how stressed they would get - remember now, it's eleven of us. We all know how much a boy needs his father. But what about the daughters? The love you feel for him when he's there is so strong. He's your protector, your shield, your strongman. If a kid messes with you, you call your dad. He came to my school once when I told him a girl was teasing me about him being a rasta. I wouldn't cry in front of her, but I cried to him. I pointed out the girl, and he called her over and told her not to trouble his daughter. She then asked for an autograph and he gave it to her. I asked him "why you do dat? Now she thinks you like her." I wonder if he's still laughing. The memories of the time a daughter spends with her father are cherished. There is a part of my heart reserved for just those memories. And the times we shared were not only precious, they were essential to me. It has been said that if a father is righteous, he helps to mold a young girl's soul into a spirit of a woman. My father was a righteous man.

The pain I feel now that he's not here with us has made my love for him even stronger. I would do anything to have him back. I'm sure we all would. Just to see him smile, to hear his voice one more time. But my father has left us with a strong legacy. I don't mean just me and my brothers and sisters, but all of us.

In each and everyone of us there is a little piece of his love that keeps us singing. Singing these songs of freedom.

Cedella Marley
May, 1992

 

Songs include:

Africa Unite
Belly Full (Them Belly Full (But We Hungry))
Coming In From The Cold
Concrete Jungle
Could You Be Loved
Easy Skanking
Exodus
Get Up Stand Up
Guava Jelly
I Shot The Sheriff
I'm Hurting Inside (Hurting Inside)
I'm Still Waiting
Iron Lion Zion
Is This Love
Jammin'
Lick Samba
Lively Up Yourself
Mellow Mood
Natural Mystic
Nice Time
No Woman No Cry
One Love
People Get Ready
Please Don't Rock My Boat
Redemption Song
Small Axe
So Much Trouble In The World
Soul Rebel
Stir It Up
Sun Is Shining
Thank You Lord
Three Little Birds
Waiting In Vain
Who The Cap Fits
Why Should I

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MATTHEWS DAVE & TIM REYNOLDS AT LUTHER COLLEGE GUITAR TABLATURE LIBRO CHITARRA SPARTITI

MATTHEWS DAVE & TIM REYNOLDS AT LUTHER COLLEGE. One sweet world, satellite, crash into me, deed is done, what would you say, minarets, stream, christmas song, seek up, ants marching, little thing, granny. TAB.

Series: Play It Like It Is
Publisher: Cherry Lane Music TAB
Artist: Dave Matthews Band

Note-for-note transcriptions in standard notation and tablature for 12 selections from this exciting live album, an interview with these two top players from Acoustic Guitar magazine; an article on Dave Matthews' rhythm style; notes on Dave's and Tim's gear preferences; a discography; and many photos. 128 pages

Ants Marching
Christmas Song
Crash Into Me
Deed Is Done
Granny
Little Thing
Minarets
One Sweet World
Satellite
Seek Up
Stream
What Would You Say

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MATTHEWS DAVE & TIM REYNOLDS-LIVE AT LUTHER COLLEGE VOL2 GUITAR TABLATURE LIBRO SPARTITI

MATTHEWS DAVE & TIM REYNOLDS, LIVE AT LUTHER COLLEGE VOL.2. TAB.

Series: Play It Like It Is
Publisher: Cherry Lane Music TAB
Artist: Dave Matthews
Artist: Tim Reynolds

You've asked for it, and we've listened! Due to the overwhelming demand for more following the release of the first volume of songs from Matthews & Reynold's 1999 live album, we've created a second volume! This long-awaited songbook contains tab transcriptions for 11 songs, 184 pages

Cry Freedom
Dancing Nancies
Halloween
Jimi Thing
Lover Lay Down
#41
Say Goodbye
Tripping Billies
Two Step
Typical Situation
Warehouse

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MATTHEWS DAVE BAND LIVE IN CHICAGO 12.19.98 1 GUITAR TABLATURE LIBRO CHITARRA SPARTITI

 

MATTHEWS DAVE BAND, LIVE IN CHICAGO 12.19.98 1. TABLATURE

A must for every DMB fan, this collection captures 10 great live performances from the CD of their Chicago concert. Includes note-for-note transcriptions for: Don't Drink the Water * The Last Stop * Lie in Our Graves * #40 * #41 * Pantala Intro * Pantala Naga Pampa * Rapunzel * Stay (Wasting Time) * What Would You Say.

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MATTHEWS DAVE BAND CRASH GUITAR TABLATURE LIBRO CHITARRA SPARTITI ACCORDI PLAY IT LIKE IT IS

MATTHEWS DAVE BAND, CRASH. TAB.

Series: Guitar Personality
Publisher: Cherry Lane Music TAB
Artist: Dave Matthews Band

The matching folio to this chart-topping album features all 12 songs, plus photos and biography, 112 pages

Crash Into Me
Cry Freedom
Drive In Drive Out
Let You Down
Lie In Our Graves
#41
Proudest Monkey
Say Goodbye
So Much To Say
Too Much
Tripping Billies
Two Step

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