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COLLECTIVE SOUL TABLATURE AUTHENTIC GUITAR TAB EDITION INCLUDES COMPLETE SOLOS LIBRO

COLLECTIVE SOUL, COLLECTIVE SOUL. TAB.

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€34,00

COOPER ALICE BEST GUITAR TABLATURE SPARTITI CHITARRA VOCE LIBRO

COOPER ALICE, THE BEST. 10 Pezzi. TAB.

Price: €27,50
€27,50

CRACKER THE GOLDEN AGE Authentic Guitar TAB BOOK TABLATURE LIBRO SPARTITI CHITARRA

CRACKER, THE GOLDEN AGE. TAB.

I HAVE MY GENERATION
I‘M A LITTLE ROCKET SHIP
BIG DIPPER
NOTHING TO BELIEVE IN
THE GOLDEN AGE
100 FLOWER POWER MAXIMUM
DIXIE BABYLON
I CAN‘T FORGET YOU
SWEET THISTLE PIE
USELESS STUFF
HOW CAN I LIVE WITHOUT YOU
BICYCLE SPANIARD

Price: €64,99
€64,99

CREAM SELECTION FROM THOSE WERE THE DAYS Guitar Recorded Version TABLATURE LIBRO BADGE

CREAM, SELECTION FROM THOSE WERE THE DAYS. TAB.

Series: Guitar Recorded Version TAB
Artist: Cream

Includes 11 of their biggest hits, 80 pages

Badge
Cross Road Blues (Crossroads)
I Feel Free
I'm So Glad
Lawdy Mama
Spoonful
Strange Brew
Sunshine Of Your Love
Swlabr
Those Were The Days
White Room

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€29,99

CROPPER STEVE SOUL MAN GUITAR Recorded Version TABLATURE LIBRO Blues Brothers-SOUL MAN

CROPPER STEVE, SOUL MAN. TAB.

Series: Guitar Recorded Version TAB
Artist: Steve Cropper

From Booker T. & The MG's to the Blues Brothers, Otis Redding, and more, Steve Cropper has defined R&B guitar. Includes photos, a bio, and 22 songs, 100 Pages

Contiene: (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay
634-5789
Champagne And Wine
Direct Me
Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa (Sad Song)
Green Onions
Hip Hug Her
Hold On I'm Comin'
I Can't Stand The Rain
I've Been Loving You Too Long
I've Got Dreams To Remember
In The Midnight Hour
Knock On Wood
Melting Pot
Mr. Pitiful
My Lover's Prayer
Ole Man Trouble
Soul Man
Time Is Tight
When Something Is Wrong With My Baby
Who's Making Love
Wrap It Up

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CROW SHERYL THE GLOBE SESSIONS GUITAR TABLATURE ACCORDI LIBRO MY FAVORITE MISTAKE

CROW SHERYL, THE GLOBE SESSIONS. TAB.

CATEGORY: Guitar Personality
VERSION: Authentic Guitar TAB
FORMAT: Book

Titles are:
Includes the Following Selections:
Title Composer
AM I GETTING THROUGH (PART I & II)
CROW, SHERYL
ANYTHING BUT DOWN
CROW, SHERYL
CRASH & BURN
SHERYL CROW , JEFF TROTT
IT DON'T HURT
SHERYL CROW, JEFF TROTT
MAYBE THAT'S SOMETHING
SHERYL CROW, JEFF TROTT
MEMBERS ONLY
CROW, SHERYL
MISSISSIPPI
BOB DYLAN
MY FAVORITE MISTAKE
CROW, SHERYL/TROTT, JEFF
RIVERWIDE
CROW, SHERYL
SUBWAY RIDE
CROW, SHERYL
THE DIFFICULT KIND
CROW, SHERYL
THERE GOES THE NEIGHBORHOOD
CROW, SHERYL/TROTT, JEFF

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CROW SHERYL GUITAR TABLATURE BOOK TUESDAY NIGHT MUSIC CLUB CHITARRA LIBRO SPARTITI

CROW SHERYL, TUESDAY NIGHT MUSIC CLUB. TAB.

Sheryl Crow's songs combine infectious melodies and lyrics that are rich in imagery and imagination. Thanks to this handsome folio, players everywhere can join the TUESDAY NIGHT MUSIC CLUB. Titles include:

1.Run Baby Run - (David Baerwald, Bill Bottrell, Crow)
2.Leaving Las Vegas - (Baerwald, Bottrell, Crow, Kevin Gilbert, David Ricketts)
3.Strong Enough - (Baerwald, Bottrell, Crow, Gilbert, Brian MacLeod, Ricketts)
4.Can't Cry Anymore - (Bottrell, Crow)
5.Solidify - (Baerwald, Bottrell, Crow, Gilbert, Kevin Hunter, MacLeod, Ricketts)
6.The Na-Na Song - (Baerwald, Bottrell, Crow, Gilbert, MacLeod, Ricketts)
7.No One Said It Would Be Easy - (Bottrell, Crow, Gilbert, Dan Schwartz)
8.What I Can Do For You - (Baerwald, Crow)
9.All I Wanna Do - (Baerwald, Bottrell, Wyn Cooper, Crow, Gilbert)
10.We Do What We Can - (Bottrell, Crow, Gilbert, Schwartz)
11.I Shall Believe - (Bottrell, Crow)

Price: €39,95
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CULT PURE For Rockers Ravers Lovers and Sinners Chitarra Basso TABLATURE guitar bass RAIN-FIRE-WOMAN-SWEET SOUL SISTER

CULT, PURE. For Rockers, Ravers, Lovers, and Sinners Per Chitarra TABLATURE e Basso.

Per Chitarra (TABLATURE), e Basso NOTAZIONE

Transcriptions for guitar, bass, and vocals of 18 Cult classics, including: She Sells Sanctuary * Fire Woman * Spiritwalker * Love Removal Machine * Wildflower * Sun King * and more. Also includes photos and a bio of the band.

Released 9 February 1993
Recorded 1984-1992


“The Cult? Crazy, but corrosive!" Odious as it
may seem to self-quote, the above words,
(which were written after witnessing The Cult
performing in Sweden exactly a year ago), still
seem to sum up the band succinctly as ever.
There is nothing 'standard' about The Cult;
nothing 'Workaday'. The fire that propels the
band has often led them into musical territory
which others would describe as crazy ... and
that's why only The Cult have a compilation
album as flexible, entertaining and, yes,
awesome as ''!
The Cult is the last bastion of art in Rock, the
last true exponent of forward-thinking guitar
music. Often mocked and frequently reviled
by a supposedly knowledgeable music press,
vocalist Ian Astbury and guitarist Billy Duffy
have righteously earned themselves
legendary status for throwing curves that other
Rock artists had barely even recognised. The
Cult is the only British Rock band of the last
decade that has meant anything!
If you want to argue, then listen to ''
and reconsider. From the early post-Goth
charge of '84's 'Spiritwalker', which alerted a
dormant world to the nascent vocal potential
in the kid called lan, right through to the
bands latest offering, an ambitious techno -
come-retro stomp titled 'The Witch', The Cult
have constantly stretched barriers. The
sinewy threads of Duffy's distinctive guitar
style and Astbury's unmistakable vocals have
retained band identity, yet the scope of how
much of the Rock wilderness they have
charted is unique and ... well, 'Legendary'.
Astbury has always been ahead of the game,
even when his own life was blurring 'round the
edges through the rigours of excessive
touring and drink. Whenever you'd meet him,
he'd be telling you what would be the next
happening thing; 'Zeppelin revival' in '85,
'Mother Love Bone and Seattle' in '87, 'Happy
Mondays and Rave' in '88. Not bad
stargazing from a man dismissed as a bozo
by many infinitely less tuned in!
From the moment 'She Sells Sanctuary'
became a major U.K. hit in 1985, to be
regarded by many as the Rock song of
eighties, The Cult have been recognised as
influential and highly copy-worthy. The band
introduced a second summer of 'Love' in '85,
sacked original drummer Nigel Preston (R.I.P)
due to excessive drug abuse, recorded an
entire album with producer Steve Brown
before binning it and starting allover again
with an AC/DC nut named Rick Rubin in New
York. Definitely 'Electric'! The Cult grew their
hair when all U.K. acts were staring at their
shoes, brought in circumstantial members
with odd names like 'Haggis' and sacked
them just as quickly, embraced America like a
long-lost and wild-hearted son, got up the
noses of lots of people, and sold more and
more records! The band suffered from the
antagonistic push and pull between the
cerebral Astbury and the physical Duffy. They
suffered from the booze. They recorded a
magnificent Rock album in Canada in '88 with
'Star producer to be', Bob Rock, titled 'Sonic
temple'. They got bigger. They recruited a
californian beach bum to drum for them. He
got poached by Guns n' Roses! They lost
long-time bassist Jamie Stewart. Very
traumatic! They relocated to California
because they liked it, even if many petty
jealousies didn't. They recorded another
album with a notorious A.O.R. producer at the
helm. It didn't come out sounding like A.O.R!
It came out sounding like a 'Ceremony',
someone with an eye for the main chance
and an American lawyer tried to sue the band
for big bucks, on the pretence of the band
causing undue trauma to a little Red Indian
boy adorning the album sleeve. We all said
bullshit'! Astbury and Duffy hired bassist
Kinley Wolfe and drummer Michael Lee for
the 'Ceremony' tour. They are no longer! Both
Astbury and Duffy cut all their hair off and
proclaimed that Rock was dead!
Er.... pardon?!
Y'see, this kinda stuff doesn't happen to
'ordinary' bands! This is set aside for the
legends. Mad, bad and dangerous to know,
I've been trying to get to the bottom of The
Cult for ten years. I sure as hell haven't
figured it out yet! But what I do know is that
the music says it all.
When you can move from the majestic sweep
of an 'Edie (Ciao Baby)' to the blistering
boogie of 'Wildflower', from the expansive
canvas of 'Sun King' to the the pop notability
of 'Rain', without losing any of the bands
identity, then you know you're listening to
something special, to the best!
Where The Cult go from here is anybody's
guess. In the next week Billy will probably
head for main road to watch our beloved Man
City. Ian will be making for Canada and more
Red Indian culture! In the long term, who
knows? But that's the very beauty of The
Cult.The journey will always be unpredictable,
and anyway, it's the getting there that's the
interesting bit, not the arrival!
So here's 'Pure Cult' for you, a look at the
story so far; a picture of the past. Here's The
Cult for you; a promise for the future!
HOWARD JOHNSON 1993

All compositions by Ian Astbury and Billy Duffy.
See also Pure Cult: The Singles 1984 - 1995

She Sells Sanctuary
Fire Woman
Lil' Devil
Spiritwalker
The Witch
Revolution
Wild Hearted Son
Love Removal Machine
Rain
Edie (Ciao Baby)
Heart of Soul
Love
Wild Flower
Go West (Crazy Spinning Cirlcles)
Resurrection Joe
Sun King
Sweet Soul Sister
Earth Mofo 

Price: €249,99
€249,99

CULT SONIC TEMPLE OFF THE RECORD GUITAR BASS KEYBORD-LIBRO SPARTITI BILLY DUFFY- IAN ASTBURY

CULT, SONIC TEMPLE (OFF THE RECORD).

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