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Big Hits Of The Shadows~ Artist Songbook (Melody Line, Lyrics & Chords)
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  • MediaSheet Music
  • BrandWise Publications

A collection of their best known numbers including Albatross, Geronimo and Shot Gun. Arranged for easy guitar.

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25 Great Sax Solos~ Instrumental Tutor (Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Saxophone)
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  • BrandHal Leonard

From Chuck Rio and King Curtis to David Sanborn and Kenny G, take an inside look at the genesis of pop Saxophone. This book/CD pack provides solo transcriptions in standard notation, lessons on how to play them, bios, equipment, photos, history, and much more.

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Bass Signature Licks: Motown Bass~ Instrumental Tutor (Guitar Tab, Bass Guitar Tab)
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  • SeriesSignature Licks
  • BrandHal Leonard

This book/CD pack by blues expert Dave Rubin provides bassists with a step-by-step breakdown of the styles and techniques of Motown, with an emphasis on the legendary James Jamerson - the bassman in demand.


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