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MAY BRIAN ANOTHER WORLD GUITAR TABLATURE LIBRO SPARTITI ACCORDI CHITARRA QUEEN

MAY BRIAN, ANOTHER WORLD. TABLATURE

 

LIBRO DI MUSICA ROCK.
SPARTITI PER CHITARRA E VOCE.
TESTI DELLE CANZONI, ACCORDI, PENTAGRAMMA E TABLATURE. 

Track listing
1. Space
2. Business
3. China Belle
4. Why Don't We Try Again
5. On My Way Up
6. Cyborg
7. Guv'nor
8. Wilderness
9. Slow Down
10. One Rainy Wish
11. All The Way From Memphis
12. Another World

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

MATTHEWS DAVE & TIM REYNOLDS AT LUTHER COLLEGE. TABLATURE

 

LIBRO DI MUSICA ROCK.
SPARTITI PER CHITARRA E VOCE.
TESTI DELLE CANZONI, ACCORDI, PENTAGRAMMA E TABLATURE. 

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. 

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. TABLATURE

 

LIBRO DI MUSICA ROCK.
SPARTITI PER CHITARRA E VOCE.
TESTI DELLE CANZONI, ACCORDI, PENTAGRAMMA E TABLATURE. 


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

MARLEY BOB, SONGS OF FREEDOM. SHEET MUSIC BOOK WITH GUITAR TABLATURE.

LIBRO DI MUSICA REGGAE, ROCK.

SPARTITI PER VOCE E CHITARRA CON: 

ACCORDI, PENTAGRAMMA, 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. 

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

MARLEY BOB, LEGEND. TABLATURE

The Best Of Bob Marley & The Wailers 15 of his most memorable songs, Includes lots of photos, 96 pages

Bob Marley - Legend
Series: Guitar Recorded Version TAB
Artist: Bob Marley

The Best Of Bob Marley & The Wailers 14 of his most memorable songs, including: Could You Be Loved - Exodus - Get Up Stand Up - I Shot The Sheriff - People Get Ready , and more. Includes lots of photos.

Inventory #HL 00694956
ISBN: 9780793537006
UPC: 073999949568
Width: 9.0"
Length: 12.0"
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 ONE LOVE THE VERY BEST OF & THE WAILERS TABLATURE LIBRO SPARTITI ACCORDI

MARLEY BOB, ONE LOVE THE VERY BEST OF AND THE WAILERS. BOOK WITH GUITAR TABLATURE

LIBRO DI MUSICA REGGAE / ROCK.

SPARTITI PER CHITARRA E VOCE.
TESTI DELLE CANZONI, ACCORDI, PENTAGRAMMA E TABLATURE. 

Stir it up -get up, stand up -I shot the sheriff -lively up yourself -no woman, no cry -roots rock, reggae -exodus -jamming -waiting in vain -three little birds -turn your lights down low -one love/people get ready -is this love -sun is shining -so much trouble in the world -could you be loved -redemption song -buffalo soldier -iron lion zion -I know a place. 

Guitar Recorded Versions
Series: Guitar Recorded Version TAB
Artist: Bob Marley
Artist: The Wailers

Play 20 all-time favorites from this group synonymous with the best in reggae! Includes notes & tab for, 136 pages

Buffalo Soldier
Could You Be Loved
Exodus
Get Up Stand Up
I Know A Place (Where We Can Carry On)
I Shot The Sheriff
Iron Lion Zion
Is This Love
Jamming
Lively Up Yourself
No Woman No Cry
One Love
People Get Ready
Redemption Song
Roots, Rock, Reggae
So Much Trouble In The World
Stir It Up
Sun Is Shining
Three Little Birds
Turn Your Lights Down Low
Waiting In Vain

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MAMAS & PAPAS, GUITAR SONGBOOK. TABLATURE

MAMAS & PAPAS, GUITAR SONGBOOK. TABLATURE

 

THE MAMAS AND THE PAPAS - GUITAR SONGBOOK, CHORDS / NOTES / TAB / VOCALS

  *OUT OF PRINT, SHOP-WORN, BUT IN GOOD CONDITION AND AVAILABLE HERE!

  *SONGS INCLUDE: 

CALIFORNIA DREAMIN',

CREEQUE ALLEY,

DANCING BEAR,

DANCING IN THE STREETS,

DEDICATED TO THE ONE I LOVE,

DO YOU WANNA DANCE?,

DREAM A LITTLE DREAM,

GO WHERE YOU WANNA GO,

I CALL YOUR NAME,

I SAW HER AGAIN,

MONDAY MONDAY,

SAFE IN MY GARDEN,

WORDS OF LOVE.

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MANRING MICHAEL, THONK. BASS TABLATURE Steve Morse Alex Skolnick guitars

MANRING MICHAEL, THONK. Chitarra (Steve Morse e Alex Skolnick) e basso. TABLATURE

Well, it's finally here. This is going to be my last monthly article for a while. After more than five years of writing this column, it's time to take a break. I need to recharge my batteries and escape from the wonderful but daunting task of coming up with a new instructional guitar article every month. However, I'm dreaming up lots of ideas for the future, and in all likelihood I'll return before you know it with loads of fresh ideas. In the meantime, a lot of things are going on which require more attention than I can give while still maintaining the quality you expect in this column. I'd like to take this opportunity to describe what's going on, then leave you with some closing advice. Right now I have a bunch of things in the works. My latest project features guitar, saxophone, bass, drums and percussion, and it's a far cry from anything I've done before. It's raw, funky instrumental music, a lot of it inspired by '70s crime/suspense theme songs. Although it is energetic enough for rock fans, the grooves make it perfect for jazz improvisation, with a lot of interplay between the instruments. It's a great opportunity to put to work a lot of the ideas I've presented here over the years. Will it become a national act? Who knows, but at the very least, this project has been getting a very positive response by those who have seen it so far. Even if it's destined never to break out of the Bay Area here in California, it's so enjoyable that it's still worth it. Current plans are to record a high-quality demo and release it independently. Keep an eye out for Alex Skolnick & The Skoltones you'll see an update with information and a mail-order address in these pages soon enough. The other thing going on, which may or may not come as a shock, is that I've been attending college part time. Now, before you think I'm giving up on music, relax. In fact, going to college is probably the best thing I can do for myself for several reasons. Many of you may be relieved to know you can earn a decent living from teaching and doing guitar clinics, but there's still the harsh reality of the music business: Many musicians are forced to get regular jobs that force them to scale back their practice schedules or quit their instruments entirely. I'd hate to be in that position, but as my name recognition subsides and the music industry becomes increasingly hostile toward serious musicians, there are no guarantees I will be able to continue making a living at this level. Of course, I hope I can, but at this point I have to be realistic. An advantage of going back to school is that it opens up a lot of possibilities; it's tough to get hired without a degree, no matter who you are. I'm taking formal music studies, which is new for me since I learned guitar through self-teaching and private lessons. I'm also studying literature and creative writing. Creativity comes in many forms, and writing this column has instilled in me the desire to expand this knowledge. (l hope it's done the same for you.) I've got some great ideas for stories and insight on the music business, as well as instruction books. So in the meantime, whether I end up with a record deal for the new project, a degree, or both, it feels like I'm on the right track. For the first time I'm making the most of myself as an artist, and I'm much happier than I've ever been. I'd like to close with some parting advice for all of you. Here are three fundamental problems I have noticed in students, whether at clinics or in private lessons. If any of these apply to you, you might want to consider my suggestions.

Bad Pitch
In many ways, the guitar is like the human voice. There are many references to making the guitar "sing," and it's a fitting analogy. And just as it is unpleasant to listen to a vocalist who is off key, the same is true of guitarists. One of the worst habits of guitarists is bending notes and chords out of tune unintentionally. Try holding a single note or a chord, and look at the strings. The space between them should be perfectly even, as ifyou weren't touching the guitar. When bending a note intentionally, you should always have a target note you're shooting for, matching the pitch of that note exactly. Practice by playing the target note first, and keep the pitch ingrained in your mind. It helps to play over a chord that is played by a friend or that you recorded on tape. It also helps to play along with an album, especially one with a good guitarist. Always make sure the guitar is in tune before practicing your bends.

Excess Vibrato
This one drives me nuts! Even many advanced players are guilty of it. Like pitch, vibrato applies to guitar in much the same manner as the human voice. The purpose of vibrato is to enhance a note that is held. In general, it is best not to vibrate a note as soon as it is struck, but to wait until it has had a chance to ring, even if for only a split second. If everything you play is laced with vibrato, it sounds ridiculous. For an exercise, play some licks with absolutely no vibrato, keeping all the notes in perfect pitch. If this is hard to do, you need to break the habit of excess vibrato. Vibrato can be an excellent way to enhance your notes, but you need to be in control of it.

Poor Sense of Timing
This point can't be emphasized enough. Many players spend countless hours practicing scales and licks, only to get stuck because they haven't developed their sense of timing. Metronomes, drum machines, and albums are all excellent sources of a pulse, and it helps to use them when you practice. Even if you can tap to a metronome perfectly, it is important to have an understanding of the possibilities that lie in between the basic 4/4 beats. It is a challenge to play eighth notes, 16th notes, triplets, quintuplets, and sextuplets with good timing. If you practice without a pulse, you may be playing incorrectly, and it is harder to gain control of your playing. Try analyzing the timing of the licks you learn, and make sure that you have them right before trying to use the licks in a song. Hopefully this advice will come in handy. I can't thank you enough for the support you've given me over the years. Your letters and kind words have been more than appreciated. 

1. Big Fungus
2. Snakes Got Legs
3. Monkey Businessman [Live]
4. Disturbed
5. On a Day of Many Angels
6. My Three Moons [Live]
7. Cruel and Unusual
8. Bad Hair Day
9. Adhan [Live]
10. You Offered Only Parabolas
11. The Enormous Room [Live]

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MALMSTEEN YNGWIE RISING FORCE BASS & GUITAR TABLATURE LIBRO SPARTITI Black Star-Icarus Dream

MALMSTEEN YNGWIE, RISING FORCE. TABLATURE

LIBRO DI MUSICA ROCK.
SPARTITI PER VOCE, BASSO E CHITARRA.
TESTI DELLE CANZONI, ACCORDI, PENTAGRAMMA E TABLATURE DEL BASSO E DELLA CHITARRA. 

Yngwie è nato nel 1963, e inizia a suonare la chitarra a 8 anni. Da adolescente registra numerosi nastri demo da solo e con il suo gruppo tra i quali figura anche John Leven, poi negli Europe. Uno di questi nastri capita tra le mani di Mike Varney, un fulcro per i virtuosisti della 6 corde americani (Mike è il proprietario della Shrapnel Records). Questi fa trasferire dal benestante quartiere residenziale di Stoccolma, alla più squallida periferia di Los Angeles, il ricco diciottenne Malmsteen. In America, Yngwie rifiuterà le proposte da parte dei Kiss, UFO, e Ozzy Osbourne; ma registrerà con un suo gruppo nel 1984 l'album "rising force" riesumando anche brani strumentali del periodo Scandinavo, riscuotendo un notevole istantaneo e sudato incasso. Lo svedese, dal particolare carattere musicale melodico, rock-musica classica, ancora oggi si considera culturalmente un europeo, ed ha ribrezzo della mania che hanno gli americani per le armi. Per chitarra e chitarra basso. 144 PAGES. 

As Above, So Below
Black Star
Evil Eye
Far Beyond The Sun
Farewell
Icarus Dream Suite Opus 4
Little Savage
Now Your Ships Are Burned

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MALMSTEEN YNGWIE TRILOGY GUITAR TABLATURE CHITARRA LIBRO SPARTITI SUITE OP.5 BOOK

MALMSTEEN YNGWIE, TRILOGY. 128 pages. SHEET MUSIC BOOK WITH GUITAR TABLATURE. 

LIBRO DI MUSICA ROCK.
SPARTITI PER CHITARRA E VOCE CON:
TESTI DELLE CANZONI, ACCORDI, PENTAGRAMMA E TABLATURE. 

 

Series: Guitar Recorded Version TAB
Artist: Yngwie Malmsteen

Matching folio to the album includes nine songs in note-for-note guitar transcriptions. 128 pages

Crying
Dark Ages
Fire
Fury
Liar
Magic Mirror
Queen In Love
Trilogy Suite Op. 5
You Don't Remember I'll Never Forget

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