ZZ TOP, GUITAR ANTHOLOGY. Beer Drinkers & Hell Raisers -Cheap Sunglasses -Doubleback -Francine -Gimme All Your Lovin' -Give It Up -Got Me Under Pressure -Heard It On The X -I Thank You -It's Only Love -Jesus Just Left Chicago -La Grange -Legs -My Head's In Mississippi -Party On The Patio -Rough Boy -Sharp Dressed Man -Sleeping Bag -Stages -Thunderbird -Tube Snake Boogie -Tush -Velcro Fly -Viva Las Vegas -Waitin' For The Bus. 208 pages. TAB.

Series: Guitar Recorded Version TAB
Artist: ZZ Top

We're proud to present new guitar tab transcriptions for 25 classics from this bearded and bespectacled trio of Texas blues-rock masters! Includes huge hits such as, 208 pages

Beer Drinkers & Hell Raisers
Cheap Sunglasses
Gimme All Your Lovin'
Give It Up
Got Me Under Pressure
Heard It On The X
I Thank You
It's Only Love
Jesus Just Left Chicago
La Grange
My Head's In Mississippi
Party On The Patio
Rough Boy
Sharp Dressed Man
Sleeping Bag
Tube Snake Boogie
Velcro Fly
Viva Las Vegas
Waitin' For The Bus

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

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

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PROGRESSIVE ROCK. Contiene: 21st century schizoid man/King Crimson -roundabout/Yes -owner of a lonely heart/Yes -money/Pink Floyd -the sheriff/E.L.&P. -the story in your eyes/The moody blues -watcher of the skies/Genesis -in the dead of night/U.K. -Ceasar's palace blues/U.K. BAND TAB.

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

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

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1024 pagine:

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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80'S HITS COLLECTION, SING ALONG. Africa (Toto) -after the love is gone (Airplay) -almost paradise (love theme from footloose) (Reno & Willson) -Arthur's theme (best that you can do) (Christopher Cross) -borderline (ciccone) -can't take my eyes off of you (The boys town gang) -do you belive in love (Huey Lewis & the news) -endless love (Diana Ross & Lionel Richie) -every breath you take (police) -everybody wants to rule the world (Tears for fears) -Eye in the sky (Alan Parson's Project) -Fame (Irene Cara) -hard to say I'm sorry (Chicago) -heaven (Bryan Adams) -I can dream about you (Dan Hartman) -I'm in the mood for dancing (The norlans) -it might be you (stephen Bishop) -Joanna (Kool & the gang) -lost in love (Air supplly) -more than this (Roxy music) -the never ending story (Moroder) -on the beach (Chris Rea) -Physical (Olivia Newton-john) -private eyes (Daryl Hall & John Otes) -St. elmo's fire (man in motion) (John Parr) -true (Spandau Ballet) -up where we belong (Joe Cocker) -vacation (Go-go's) -Woman (John Lennon). Any solo are not included. TAB.

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


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

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