Blues Bass Classics
Bass - Difficulty: medium
By Various. Hal Leonard Bass Recorded Versions. Blues. Bass songbook. With bass tablature, bass notation legend, standard notation, chord names, vocal melody and lyrics. 112 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.690291).
Item Number: HL.690291
ISBN 0793592747. 9x12 inches.
Complete bass transcriptions in notes and tab for 20 of the greatest blues tunes: As the Years Go Passing By * Boom Boom (Out Go the Lights) * Crossroads (Cross Road Blues) * Don't Go No Further (You Need Meat) * Got to Hurry * Hide Away * I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man * Killing Floor * Pride and Joy * Rock Me Baby * Texas Flood * The Things That I Used to Do * Trouble No More (Someday Baby) * Woke Up This Morning * more.
About Hal Leonard Bass Recorded Versions
On the heels of the success of Guitar Recorded Versions, Hal Leonard introduced Bass Recorded Versions. Finally, bass guitar players can keep up with their guitar counterparts with these off-the-record transcriptions expressly done for bass guitar. Each book contains notes and tablature.
- Trouble No More (Someday Baby) Performed by The Allman Brothers Band
- Woke Up This Morning Performed by B.B. King
- Hide Away Performed by Freddie King
- Thunderbird Performed by ZZ Top
- Lonesome Whistle Blues Performed by Freddie King
- Got To Hurry Performed by The Yardbirds
- As The Years Go Passing By Performed by Albert King
- Boom Boom (Out Go The Lights) Performed by Little Walter
- Cross Road Blues (Crossroads) Performed by Cream
- I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man Performed by Muddy Waters
- Killing Floor Performed by Howlin' Wolf
- Milk Cow Blues Performed by Elvis Presely
- Pride And Joy Performed by Stevie Ray Vaughan
- Rock Me Baby Performed by Johnny Winter
- Route 66 Performed by The Rolling Stones
- Texas Flood Performed by Stevie Ray Vaughan
- The Things That I Used To Do Performed by Guitar Slim
- Yer Blues Performed by The Beatles
- Don't Go No Further (You Need Meat) Performed by The Doors
- Statesboro Blues Performed by The Allman Brothers Band