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WHO THE DEFINITIVE COLLECTION VOLUME S-Y. Guitar Recorded Version TABLATURE SPARTITI LIBRO

WHO, THE DEFINITIVE COLLECTION, VOLUME S-Y.

Guitar Recorded Versions
Series: Guitar Recorded Version TAB
Artist: The Who

224 pages. Note-for-note transcriptions with tab for 39 songs:

Sally Simpson -Sea And Sand -See My Way -Sensation -Shakin' All Over -Silas Stingy -Sister Disco -Slip Kid -Smash The Mirror -So Sad About Us -Someone's Coming -Squeeze Box -Substitute -Success Story -Summertime Blues -Sunrise -Tattoo -The Seeker -The Song Is Over -There's A Doctor I've Found -They Are All In Love -Tommy Can You Hear Me -Tommy's Holiday Camp -Too Much Of Anything -Trick Of the Light -Underture -Wasp Man -Water -We're Not Gonna Take It -Welcome -When I Was A Boy -Whiskey Man -Who Are You -Why Did I Fall For That -Won't Get Fooled Again -You -You Better You Bet -You Didn't Hear It -Young Man Blues. TAB.

Sally Simpson
Sea And Sand
See My Way
The Seeker
Sensation
Shakin' All Over
Silas Stingy
Sister Disco
Slip Kid
Smash The Mirror
So Sad About Us
Someone's Coming
The Song Is Over
Squeeze Box
Substitute
Success Story
Summertime Blues
Sunrise
Tattoo
There's A Doctor I've Found
They Are All In Love
Tommy Can You Hear Me
Tommy's Holiday Camp
Too Much Of Anything
Trick Of the Light
Underture
Wasp Man
Water
We're Not Gonna Take It
Welcome
When I Was A Boy
Whiskey Man
Who Are You
Why Did I Fall For That
Won't Get Fooled Again
You
You Better You Bet
You Didn't Hear It
Young Man Blues

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WHO THE DEFINITIVE COLLECTION VOLUME F-Li Guitar Recorded Versions TABLATURE SPARTITI LIBRO

 

WHO, THE DEFINITIVE COLLECTION, VOLUME F-Li. Guitar Recorded Version TABLATURE

Guitar Recorded Versions
Series: Guitar Recorded Version TAB
Artist: The Who
Music Transcribed: Danny Begelman, Carl Culpepper, Jeff Jacobson, Patrick Mabry, Brand McPhail, Jack Morer, Jeff Perrin, Jeff Schroedl

232 pages. Note-for-note transcriptions with tab for 38 songs:

5:15 -A Legal Matter -Faith In Something Bigger -Fiddle About -Getting In Tune -Glow Girl -Go To The Mirror Boy -Goin' Down (Live) -Going Mobile -Guitar And Pen -Had Enough -Happy Jack -Heaven and Hell -Heinz Baked Beans -Helpless Dancer -Here For More -How Can You Do It Alone -How Many Friends -However Much I Booze -I Am The Sea -I Can See For Miles -I Can't Explain -I Can't Reach You -I Don't Even Know Myself -I Need You -I'm A Boy -I'm Free -I'm One -I've Had Enough -I've Known No War -Imagine a Man -In A Hand Or A Face -Instant Party (Circles) -Is It In My Head -It's Hard -It's Not True -It's Your Turn -La La La Lies -Little Billy -The Good's Gone -The Kids Are Alright. TABLATURE

1966
4 March - The first of three versions of "Substitute" is released. The song eventually reaches number five in the charts but Shel Talmy and The Who end up fighting in court over Talmy's right to produce the group. Although ousted as the band's producer, Talmy is awarded a substantial royalty on The Who's recordings for the next five years, a crucial factor in the way The Who's career will develop since in order to sustain themselves The Who must play live virtually all the time. Practice makes them perfect. Keith marries model Kim Kerrigan.

March/April- U.K. concert tour.
1 May - The Who appear at the NME Poll Winners Concert which is televised.
May - Irish tour followed by European tour.
28 August - ''I'm A Boy," produced by Kit Lambert, released on Reaction. It reaches number two.
October - Swedish tour.
3 December - A Quick One, The Who's second album, is released, reaching number four in
the U.K. LP charts. It contains songs by all four members of the group and features Pete's
first mini-opera. "Happy Jack" reaches number three in the U.K. charts.
 
1967
29 January - The Who perform two shows before London's rock cognoscenti at London's Savile Theatre.
February - U.K. tour.
March - The Who make their U.s. debut at Murray The K's shows at the Brooklyn Fox Theatre, playing for ten consecutive days. "Happy Jack" becomes their first U.s. chart single, reaching number 24.
10-15 April - The Who perform five straight nights at London's Savile Theatre.
22 April - "Pictures of Lily" is released on Lambert and Stamp's newly formed Track Records label. It reaches number four.
May - Scandinavian tour.
June - The Who's first U.s. tour includes a definitive - and timely - performance at the Monterey Festival in California. On the return flight home Pete experiences a deeply unpleasant drug trip - and vows never to touch psychedelics  again.
23 June - John marries childhood sweetheart Alison Wise.
July/August - The Who support Herman's Hermits on their first lengthy U.s. tour.

 

The Story of The Who
The Who U.S. Singles and Albums Discography
The Who U.K. Singles and Albums Discography
Guitar Notation Legend

Anno - Titolo - Album - Autore
 
1974 - Faith in Something Bigger - Odds & Sods - Peter Townshend
1969 -  Fiddle About - Tommy - John Entwistle
1973 -  5:15 - Quadrophenia - Peter Townshend
1971 - Getting in Tune - Whos Next - Peter Townshend
1974 - Glow Girl - Odds & Sods - Peter Townshend
1969 - Go to the Mirror Boy - Tommy - Peter Townshend
1972 - Goin' Down (Live) - Two's Missing - Peter Townshend
1971 - Going Mobile - Who's Next - Peter Townshend
1965 - The Good's Gone - The Who Sings My Generation - Peter Townshend
1978 - Guitar and Pen - Who Are You - Peter Townshend
1978 - Had Enough - Who Are You - John Entwistle
1966 -  Happy Jack - A Quick One - Peter Townshend
1970 - Heaven and Hell - Who's Missing - John Entwistle
1967 - Heinz Baked Beans - The Who Sell Out - John Entwistle
1973 - Helpless Dancer - Quadrophenia - Peter Townshend
1970 - Here for More - Who's Missing - Roger Daltrey
1981 - How Can you do it alone - Face Dancers - Peter Townshend
1975 - How Many Friends - The Who By Numbers - Peter Townshend
1975 - However Much I Booze - The Who By Numbers - Peter Townshend
1973 - I Am the Sea - Quadrophenia - Peter Townshend
1967 - I Can See For Miles - The Who Sell Out - Peter Townshend
1965 - I Can't Explain - Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy - Peter Townshend
1967 - I Can't Reach You - The Who Sell Out - Peter Townshend
1971 - I Don't Even Know Myself - Who's Missing - Peter Townshend
1967 - I Need You  - Quick One - Keith Moon
1966 - I'm a Boy - Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy - Peter Townshend
1969 - I'm Free - Tommy - Peter Townshend
1973 - I'm One - Quadrophenia - Peter Townshend
1973 - I've Had Enough Quadrophenia - Peter Townshend
1982 - I've Known No War - It's Hard - Peter Townshend
1975 - Imagine a Man - The Who By Numbers - Peter Townshend
1975 - In a Hand or a Face - The Who By Numbers - Peter Townshend
1966 - Instant Party (Circles) - The Who Sings My Generation - Peter Townshend
1972 - Is It in My Head - Quadrophenia - Peter Townshend
1982 - It's Hard - It's Hard - Peter Townshend
1965 - It's Not True - The Who Sings My Generation - Peter Townshend
1982 - It's Your Turn - It's Hard - John Entwistle
1965 - The Kids Are Alright - The Who Sings My Generation - Peter Townshend
1965 - La La La Lies - The Who Sings My Generation - Peter Townshend
1965 - A Legal Matter - The Who Sings My Generation - Peter Townshend
1968 - Little Billy - Odds & Sods - Peter Townshend
 
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ZAPPA FRANK, APOSTROPHE ('). Guitar Recorded Version TABLATURE Cosmik Debris-Don't Eat the Yellow Snow-Excentrifugal Forz-Father O'Blivion-Nanook Rubs It-St. Alfonzo's Pancake Breakfast-Stink-Foot-and Uncle Remus

ZAPPA FRANK, APOSTROPHE ('). TABLATURE

Frank Zappa - Apostrophe (')
Series: Guitar Recorded Version TAB
Artist: Frank Zappa

Complete, note-for-note tab transcriptions for Frank Zappa's epic 1974 tour de force, featuring over-the-top zany lyrics and subject matter, searing guitar virtuosity, and tight arrrangements veering between rock and jazz fusion. Includes all 9 songs that have become classics of the Zappa legacy: Apostrophe' - Cosmik Debris - Don't Eat the Yellow Snow - Excentrifugal Forz - Father O'Blivion - Nanook Rubs It - St. Alfonzo's Pancake Breakfast - Stink-Foot - and Uncle Remus, plus great full-page photos of Frank and a foreword by Cree Summer.

Inventory #HL 00690507
ISBN: 9780634033216
UPC: 073999542820
Width: 9.0"
Length: 12.0"
96 pages


Apostrophe' - MUSIC BY: FRANK ZAPPA, BRUCE GORDON - 1974
Cosmik Debris - WORDS AND MUSIC BY: FRANK ZAPPA -
Don't Eat The Yellow Snow - WORDS AND MUSIC BY: FRANK ZAPPA - 1974
Excentrifugal Forz - WORDS AND MUSIC BY: FRANK ZAPPA -
Father O'Blivion - WORDS AND MUSIC BY: FRANK ZAPPA -
Nanook Rubs It - WORDS AND MUSIC BY: FRANK ZAPPA
St. Alfonzo's Pancake Breakfast - WORDS AND MUSIC BY: FRANK ZAPPA
Stink-Foot - WORDS AND MUSIC BY: FRANK ZAPPA -
Uncle Remus - WORDS AND MUSIC BY: FRANK ZAPPA, GEORGE DUKE - 1974

96 pages 

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BLUES ROCK GUITAR BIBLE Recorded Version TABLATURE SPARTITI CHITARRA Doors Back door man

BLUES ROCK GUITAR BIBLE.

Series: Guitar Recorded Version TAB
288 pages, 34 blues-rock tunes transcribed note-for-note:

Doors, Back door man -Eric Clapton, Bad love -Allman Bros., Black hearted woman; statesboro blues -Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Blue on black; born with a broken heart -Big Head Todd & Mosters, Boom boom -Pat Travers, Boom boom (out go the lights) -Jimi Hendrix, changes; mannish boy -Roy Buchanan, Chicago smokeshop -S.R.V., Couldn't stand the weather; the house is rockin', love struck baby -Cream; Cross road blues (crossroads) -Bluesbreakers, Hideaway -Jonny Lang, Matchbox -Foghat, I just want to make love to you -Michael Bloomfield, Killing floor -Johnny Winter, Rock me baby, still alive and well -Robert Cray, phone booth -George Thorogood, Move it on over -Fleetwood Mac, Need your love so bad -Canned Heat, on the road again -Janis Joplin, piece of my heart -Jeff Beck, rock my plimsoul -Gary Moore, Still got the blues -C.C.R., Susie-Q -ZZ Top, Thunderbird -Yardbirds, Train kept a rollin' -Fabulous Thunderbirds, Tuff enuff -Led Zeppelin, You shook me -S.R.V. & Lonnie Mack, Wham . TAB.

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GREATEST GUITAR SOLOS OF ALL TIME SIGNATURE LICKS CD TABLATURE Sultans Of Swing Dire Straits

GREATEST GUITAR SOLOS OF ALL TIME. 18 solo: Black Sabbath, Hendrix, Santana, Elvis, Guns n' Roses, ecc. CD TABLATURE

Signature Licks
Series: Signature Licks Guitar
Medium: Softcover with CD
Arranger: Wolf Marshall

18 awesome solos for all rock guitarists! Includes, 72 pages

All Right Now Performed by Free

Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You Performed by Led Zeppelin

Bohemian Rhapsody Performed by Queen

Crazy Train Performed by Ozzy Osbourne

Crossfire Performed by Stevie Ray Vaughan

The End Performed by The Beatles

Hey Joe Performed by Jimi Hendrix

Hound Dog Performed by Elvis Presley

Iron Man Performed by Black Sabbath

No Particular Place To Go Performed by Chuck Berry

Sultans Of Swing Performed by Dire Straights

Sunshine of Your Love Performed by Cream

Sweet Child O' Mine Performed by Guns N' Roses

Walk This Way Performed by Aerosmith

While My Guitar Gently Weeps Performed by George Harrison

Evil Ways Performed by Santana

You Really Got Me Performed by The Kinks

You Shook Me Performed by Led Zeppelin

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GUITAR TABS OF THE 20TH CENTURY TABLATURE CHITARRA LIBRO SPARTITI HELTER SKELTER

GUITAR TABS OF THE 20TH CENTURY. 176 pagine, 25 songs: Black Star -Bombtrack -Cliffs of Dover -Come Out and Play -Crazy Train -Cult of Personality -Helter Skelter -Hey Joe -Iron Man -My Generation -Mystery Train -Rebel Rouser -Scuttle Buttin' -Smoke on the Water -Sweet Home Chicago -Walk This Way -We Will Rock You e altre. TAB.

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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

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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PLAY ROCK GUITAR, WYATT KEITH. CD-ROM. TABLATURE

PLAY ROCK GUITAR, WYATT KEITH. CD-ROM. TABLATURE

Blending the best qualities of videos, songbooks and MIDI, Play Rock Guitar with Keith Wyatt gives you an incedible new level of intense one-on-one guitar instruction. This CD-ROM features four classic rock songs for you to play:

"Crossroads," ERIC CLAPTON

"Little Wing," JIMI HENDRIX

"Freeway Jam" JEFF BECK

"Black Magic Woman." SANTANA

The power of interactive multimedia links rock guitar technique lessons to the songs and demonstrates to help you play these great rock riffs note-for-note!

 

FEATURES:

 

Play With Band

Check out the multi-track music videos to hear the band play the song. When your ready to jam, mute the guitar track and you can sit in with the band.

 

Learn From Keith Wyatt

Renowned guitarist, instructor and columnist Keith Wyatt will teach you the scale patterns, phrasing techniques and musical concepts that you need to play the hottest rock guitar.

 

Watch a demo and take a lesson - at the same time!

Watch the demonstration videos to see Keith play the songs at a slower tempo. With a click of the mouse, listen to Keith's lesson as well as the music, and you'll quickly master these classic rock riffs.

 

 

Animated Fretboard

Finger numbers and dots displayed on a fretboard, along with tablature, make it easy for you to learn to play the songs. Adjust the tempo. Loop a measure or the whole song. Mix the tracks the way you want. Even choose the fretboard view that you like best. The animated fretboard is an indispensable new tool for learning to play.

 

MINUMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:

Windows 95

66 MHz 486

3MB Hard Drive Space

8MB RAM

256 color SVGA Graphics

Double speed CD-ROM drive

8-BIT Soundcard with MIDI Synthesizer

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WHITE PAGES ACOUSTIC GUITAR TABLATURE CHITARRA SPARTITI Homeward Bound GARFUNKEL

WHITE PAGES ACOUSTIC GUITAR TAB.

1024 pagine:

Contents
Signs performed by Tesla
Loser performed by Beck
Across The Universe performed by The Beatles
Mr. Jones performed by Counting Crows
Stay The Night performed by Chicago
You're Only Lonely performed by J.D. Souther
Hold My Hand performed by Hootie & The Blowfish
Landslide performed by Fleetwood Mac
Let Her Cry performed by Hootie & The Blowfish
Here And Now performed by Letters to Cleo
My Name Is Jonas performed by Weezer
Name performed by Goo Goo Dolls
Wildwood Flower performed by Carter Family
Wonderwall performed by Oasis
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Change The World performed by Eric Clapton
All I Want performed by Toad the Wet Sprocket
Over Now performed by Alice in Chains
Suite Madame Blue performed by Styx
Best Of My Love performed by The Eagles
Barely Breathing performed by Duncan Sheik
You Were Meant For Me performed by Jewel
Bitch performed by Meredith Brooks
Can't You See performed by Marshall Tucker Band
Building A Mystery performed by Sarah McLachlan
Adia performed by Sarah Mclachlan
3 AM performed by Matchbox 20
Jumper performed by Third Eye Blind
How's It Going To Be performed by Third Eye Blind
Torn performed by Natalie Imbruglia
Cajon Stomp performed by The Farr Brothers/Sons of the Pinoeers
Slide performed by Goo Goo Dolls
American Tune performed by Paul Simon
Go Let It Out performed by Oasis
Fight The Good Fight performed by Triumph
When The Children Cry performed by White Lion
Chicago performed by Graham Nash
Dark Hollow performed by The Grateful Dead
Lover, You Should've Come Over performed by Jeff Buckley
Annie's Song performed by John Denver
Run Around performed by Blues Traveler
Sweet Talkin' Woman performed by Electric Light Orchestra
Girl performed by The Beatles
Brhams Lullaby performed by Alex Degrassi
Be-Bop-A-Lula performed by Gene Vincent
Behind Blue Eyes performed by The Who
Black Star performed by Yngwie Malmsteen
Blowin' In The Wind performed by Bob Dylan
Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain performed by Willie Nelson
The Boxer performed by Paul Simon
Close My Eyes Forever performed by Ozzy Osbourne with Lita Ford
Crazy Little Thing Called Love performed by Queen
Crying performed by Don McLean
Dear Prudence performed by The Beatles
Do You Believe In Magic performed by The Lovin' Spoonful
Don't Treat Me Bad performed by Firehouse
Fast Car performed by Tracy Chapman
Friends In Low Places performed by Garth Brooks
Galileo performed by Indigo Girls
Help Me Make It Through The Night performed by Kris Kristofferson
Helplessly Hoping performed by Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young
Here Comes The Sun performed by The Beatles
Homeward Bound performed by Simon & Garfunkel
Ice Cream Man performed by Van Halen
Jack And Diane performed by John Mellencamp
Jessica performed by The Allman Brothers Band
Just A Song Before I Go performed by Crosby, Stills & Nash
Last Night I Had The Strangest Dream performed by Simon & Garfunkel
Layla performed by Eric Clapton
Leader Of The Band performed by Dan Fogelberg
Leaving On A Jet Plane performed by Peter, Paul & Mary
Let's Live For Today performed by The Grass Roots
Love Of A Lifetime performed by Firehouse
Maggie May performed by Rod Stewart
The Magic Bus performed by The Who
The Man Who Sold The World performed by Nirvana
Me And Bobby McGee performed by Kris Kristofferson
Melissa performed by The Allman Brothers Band
Michelle performed by The Beatles
Mona Ray performed by Leo Kottke
Nights In White Satin performed by The Moody Blues
Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) performed by The Beatles
Not Fade Away performed by The Rolling Stones
Oh, Lonesome Me performed by Neil Young
Our House performed by Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young
Pinball Wizard performed by The Who
Pink Houses performed by John Mellencamp
San Franciscan Nights performed by Eric Burdon & The Animals
Scarborough Fair performed by Simon & Garfunkel
Small Town performed by John Mellencamp
Southern Cross performed by Crosby, Stills & Nash
Space Oddity performed by David Bowie
Suite: Judy Blue Eyes performed by Crosby, Stills & Nash
Sweet Home Chicago performed by Robert Johnson
Take Me Home, Country Roads performed by John Denver
Teach Your Children performed by Crosby, Stills & Nash
Tears In Heaven performed by Eric Clapton
This Land Is Your Land performed by Woody Guthrie
Time For Me To Fly performed by REO Speedwagon
Time In A Bottle performed by Jim Croce
To Be With You performed by Mr. Big
Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad performed by Meat Loaf
Uncle Tom's Cabin performed by Warrant
Wake Up Little Susie performed by The Everly Brothers
Breakfast In The Field performed by Micahel Hedges
Silent Lucidity performed by Queensryche
Yesterday performed by The Beatles
You're In My Heart performed by Rod Stewart
You've Got A Friend performed by James Taylor
Kind Hearted Woman Blues performed by Robert Johnson
Spanish Caravan performed by The Doors
Gettin' Better performed by Tesla
Mule Skinner Blues performed by Jimmie Rodgers
American Woman performed by The Guess Who
About A Girl performed by Nirvana
Love Song performed by Tesla
Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman? performed by Bryan Adams
Back On The Chain Gang performed by The Pretenders
Come To My Window performed by Melissa Etheridge
If You Could Only See performed by Tonic
Iris performed by Goo Goo Dolls
Take A Picture performed by Filter
Show Me The Way performed by Peter Frampton
Yellow performed by Coldplay
I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow performed by The Soggy Bottom Boys
Angie performed by The Rolling Stones
Superman (It's Not Easy) performed by Five for Fighting
Wherever You Will Go performed by The Calling
Soak Up The Sun performed by Sheryl Crow
At Seventeen performed by Janis Ian
Blackbird performed by The Beatles
(Can't Live Without Your) Love And Affection performed by Nelson
Dust In The Wind performed by Kansas
Honeysuckle Rose performed by Django Reinhardt
More Than Words performed by Extreme
Patience performed by Guns N' Roses
Running On Faith performed by Eric Clapton
(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay performed by Otis Redding
Up On The Roof performed by James Taylor
Yankee Doodle Dixie performed by Chet Atkins
Nuages performed by Charlie Byrd
Little Martha performed by The Allman Brothers Band
Breaking The Girl performed by Red Hot Chili Peppers
For The Sake Of The Call performed by Steven Curtis Chapman
And I Love Her performed by The Beatles
Hold On performed by Sarah McLachlan
Genesis performed by Jorma Kaukonen
Learning To Fly performed by Tom Petty
Drive performed by Incubus
Travelin' Man performed by Ricky Nelson
Signe performed by Eric Clapton

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WHITE PAGES GUITAR TABLATURE SPARTITI LIBRO CHITARRA Rebel rebel-LAYLA-GLORIA-Sleepwalk

WHITE PAGES GUITAR TAB. 150 canzoni, 1024 pagine. AEROSMITH-Mama kin, sweet emotion, walk this way; ALICE IN CHAINS-Heaven beside you; ALLMAN BROS.-Jessica, ramblin' man, statesboro blues; CHET ATKINS-Chinatown my chinatown; BTO-Let it ride, takin' care of business; BEATLES-Birthday, daytripper, drive my car, paperback writer; BECK-Loser, PAT BENATAR-Hit me with your best shot; GEORGE BENSON-This masquerade; CHUCK BERRY-No particular place to go; BLACK SABBATH-Iron man, paranoid; BLINK 182-All the small things; BLUE OYSTER CULT-Don't fear the reaper, godzilla; BLUR-Song 2; BON JOVI-You give love a bad name; DAVID BOWIE-Rebel rebel, JAMES BROWN-Papa's got a brand new bag; BUCKCHERRY-Lit up; ERIC BURDON & ANIMALS-San francisco nights; KENNY BURRELL-All of you; BYRDS-Turn turn turn; TRACY CHAPMAN-Give me 1 reason; CHARLIE CHRISTIAN-7 come 11; CINDERELLA-Shake me; E. CLAPTON-Change the world, tears in heaven; COMMODORES-Brick house; ALICE COOPER-School's out; COUNTING CROWS-Mr. jones; CREAM-Badge, sunshine of your love; CCR-Susie-q; JIM CROCE-Time in a bottle; CSNY-Southern cross, teach your children; DEEP PURPLE-Smoke on the water; DEREK & DOMINOS-Layla;RICK DERRINGER-Rock and roll hoochie koo, DISHWALLA-Counting blue cars; DOOBIE BROS.-Jesus is just alright; EAGLES-Heartache tonight; EARTH WIND & FIRE-Shining star; DUANE EDDY-Ramrod; EVERLY BROS.-Wake up little susie; FILTER-Take a picture; FLEETWOOD MAC-Landslide, rhiannon; DAN FOGELBERG-Longer; FOO FIGHTERS-Learn to fly; FOREIGNER-Hot blooded; J. GEILS BAND-Centerfold; GOLDEN EARRING-Radar love; GOO GOO DOLLS-Name; GUNS N' ROSES-Patience, sweet child o' mine; BUDDY GUY-Mary had a little lamb; BILL HALEY & COMETS-Rock around the clock; JIMI HENDRIX-Hey joe, mannish boy; HOOTIE & BLOWFISH-Hold my hand; ELMORE JAMES-It hurts me too; JOAN JETT & BLACKHEARTS-I love rock 'n roll; JEWEL-You were meant for me; ERIC JOHNSON-Cliffs of dover; ROBERT JOHNSON-Kind hearted woman blues; JANIS JOPLIN-Piece of my heart; JUDAS PRIEST-Living after midnight; KANSAS-Dust in the wind; BARNEY KESSEL-Misty; B.B. KING-Sweet little angel; B.B. KING & ERIC CLAPTON-Riding with the king; FREDDIE KING-The stumble; KINKS-All day & all of the night; KISS-Shout it out loud; LED ZEPPELIN-You shook me; LENNY KRAVITZ-American woman; LIMP BIZKIT-Take a look around (theme from M:I-2); LIT-My own worst enemy; LIVING COLOUR-Cult of personality; LYNYRD SKYNYRD-Call me the breeze; MARSHALL TUCKER BAND-Can't you see; PAT MARTINO-Oleo; SARAH MCLACHLAN-Building a mystery; MEGADETH-Crush 'em; MIGHTY MIGHTY BOSSTONES-impression that i get; WES MONTGOMERY-Full house; VAN MORRISON-Gloria; MOUNTAIN-Mississippi queen; NAZARETH-Hair of the dog; NIRVANA-The man who sold the world; OASIS-Wonderwall; OFFSPRING-Pretty fly; OZZY & LITA FORD-Close my eyes forever; JOE PASS-Satin doll; TOM PETTY-Learning to fly; PETER PAUL & MARY-Leaving on a jet plane; PINK FLOYD-Time; ELVIS PRESLEY-Blue suede shoes; PRETENDERS-Brass in pocket; RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE-Bulls on parade; BONNIE RAITT-Something to talk about; RARE EARTH-I just want to celebrate; DJANGO REINHARDT-Honeysuckle rose; REO SPEEDWAGON-Ridin' the storm out, time for me to fly; ROLLING STONES-Start me up; ROMANTICS-What i like about you; OTIS RUSH-All your love; SANTANA & THE PRODUCT G & B-Maria maria; SANTO & JOHNNY-Sleepwalk; SCORPIONS-No one like you; KENNY WAYNE SHEPHERD-Born with a broken heart; 38 SPECIAL-Caught up in you; SILVERCHAIR-Tomorrow; SLIPKNOT-Wait and bleed; JOHNNY SMITH-Moonlight in vermont; SPIN DOCTORS-2 princes; CAT STEVENS-Wild world; STONE TEMPLE PILOTS-Down; SUGARLOAF-Green-eyed lady; SURVIVOR-Eye of the tiger; JAMES TAYLOR-You've got a friend; TEMPTATIONS-My girl; TESLA-Signs; TONIC-If you could only see; TOAD THE WET SPPROCKET-Come down; TRAIN-Meet virginia; PAT TRAVERS-Snortin' whiskey; MERLE TRAVIS-Divorce me c.o.d.; TROGGS-Wild thing; UFO-Rock bottom; VAN HALEN-Oh pretty woman; S.R.V.-Couldn't stand the weather; MUDDY WATERS-I'm your hoochie coochie man; STEVIE WONDER-Sir duke; WHITE LION-When the children cry; EDGAR WINTER GROUP-Free ride; YARDBIRDS-For your love; YES-Owner of a lonely heart; ZZ TOP-Thunderbird. TAB.

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