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The Rolling Stones Fakebook (1963-1971). (Fake Book Edition). By The Rolling Stones. For voice and C instrument. This edition: Fake Book Edition. Artist/Personality; Fake Book; Guitar Personality; Lead Sheet. Just Real Books Series. Rock and Classic Rock. Difficulty: medium. Fakebook. Vocal melody, chord names, color photos, discography, selected riffs (guitar tab) and introductory text. 431 pages. Published by Alfred Music Publishing (AP.FBM0008).
ISBN 0757918891. With vocal melody, chord names, color photos, discography, selected riffs (guitar tab) and introductory text. Rock and Classic Rock. 9x12 inches.
The Rolling Stones Fakebook includes 167 songs recorded between 1963 and 1971. All songs are arranged in complete professional-style lead sheets and all critical riffs and figures included. Plus, a special guitar-tab section featuring the pivotal guitar riffs and solos for 29 of their most legendary songs; an introductory essay; a full color ABCKO years discography (with album art); and 40 pages of classic early sheet music covers reproduced in full color make this the ultimate Rolling Stones songbook!
Chaz da Spaz
Location: from Anytown, U.S.A.
October 30, 2007
Need guitar tabs
This book covers classic Stones songs but lack tabs for these songs! I suppose one could transpose the writen music into tabulature form, but I think beginers would have a hard time with this!
25 of 63 people found this review helpful.
Location: from Brussels Belgium
September 21, 2007
What's that ?
Good book because many titles weren't available before ... But tonalities not always respected well it should be in hands of confirmed musicians........ Second part should have been spread to all the book. Meaning, all tricks of the trade should have been given for every title.
33 of 68 people found this review helpful.
Location: from Seattle
July 2, 2007
Awesome Insight into Keith Richard's style
Best music book I've ever used. It is very detailed and lays out in the progressions in simple easy to interpret lines...a must have if you want to understand the music of the Stones
34 of 69 people found this review helpful.
Location: from --
April 27, 2007
Rolling Stones Fake Book 1963-1971
I like this fake because it contains all the material (covers and originals) the Stones recorded during this period. I find a lot of songs we want to cover. It is nice to have this resource at a band practice, it makes learning a new song faster.
35 of 67 people found this review helpful.