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Classic Rock

By Various

Guitar, Piano/Keyboard, Vocal - Difficulty: medium
Composed by Various. Piano/Vocal/Guitar Songbook. Classic Rock. Songbook. With vocal melody, piano accompaniment, lyrics, chord names and guitar chord diagrams. 272 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.310123).

Item Number: HL.310123

ISBN 0793563704. 9x12 inches.

62 classics, including: American Woman * Beast Of Burden * Come Together * Fly Like An Eagle * I Can See For Miles * Lay Down Sally * Maggie May * Paradise By The Dashboard Light * Sweet Home Alabama * Walk This Way * You Really Got Me * and more. 272 pages.

  • American Woman  Performed by The Guess Who
  • Rock Me  Performed by Steppenwolf
  • More Than A Feeling  Performed by Boston
  • Hope You're Feeling Better  Performed by Santana
  • Another One Bites The Dust  Performed by Queen
  • Back In The U.S.S.R.  Performed by The Beatles
  • Beast Of Burden  Performed by The Rolling Stones
  • Born To Be Wild  Performed by Steppenwolf
  • Carry On Wayward Son  Performed by Kansas
  • Cocaine  Performed by Eric Clapton
  • Come Together  Performed by The Beatles
  • Do It Again  Performed by Steely Dan
  • Don't Stop  Performed by Fleetwood Mac
  • Dream On  Performed by Aerosmith
  • Emotional Rescue  Performed by The Rolling Stones
  • Feelin' Alright  Performed by Joe Cocker
  • Fly Like An Eagle  Performed by The Steve Miller Band
  • Free Ride  Performed by Edgar Winter
  • Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth)  Performed by George Harrison
  • Goodbye Yellow Brick Road  Performed by Elton John
  • Hit Me With Your Best Shot  Performed by Pat Benatar
  • I Can See for Miles  Performed by The Who
  • I Love Rock 'N Roll  Performed by Joan Jett
  • Instant Karma  Performed by John Lennon
  • Jesus Is Just Alright  Performed by The Doobie Brothers
  • The Joker  Performed by The Steve Miller Band
  • Lady Madonna  Performed by The Beatles
  • Lay Down Sally  Performed by Eric Clapton
  • Layla  Performed by Derek And The Dominoes
  • Let It Ride  Performed by Bachman-Turner Overdrive
  • Long Cool Woman (In A Black Dress)  Performed by The Hollies
  • Maggie May  Performed by Rod Stewart
  • The Magic Bus  Performed by The Who
  • Magic Carpet Ride  Performed by Steppenwolf
  • Money  Performed by Pink Floyd
  • New Kid In Town  Performed by The Eagles
  • On A Carousel  Performed by The Hollies
  • Paradise By The Dashboard Light  Performed by Meat Loaf
  • Piano Man  Performed by Billy Joel
  • Piece of My Heart  Performed by Janis Joplin
  • Ramblin' Man  Performed by The Allman Brothers Band
  • Reeling In The Years  Performed by Steely Dan
  • Revolution  Performed by The Beatles
  • Saturday Night Special  Performed by Lynyrd Skynyrd
  • Saturday Night's Alright (For Fighting)  Performed by Elton John
  • (She's) Some Kind Of Wonderful  Performed by Grand Funk
  • Start Me Up  Performed by The Rolling Stones
  • Sunshine of Your Love  Performed by Cream
  • Sweet Home Alabama  Performed by Lynard Skynard
  • Take Me To The Pilot  Performed by Elton John
  • Takin' Care Of Business  Performed by Bachman-Turner Overdrive
  • Tonight's The Night (Gonna Be Alright)  Performed by Rod Stewart
  • Walk This Way  Performed by Aerosmith
  • We Gotta Get Out Of This Place  Performed by The Animals
  • We Will Rock You  Performed by Queen
  • White Room  Performed by Cream
  • A Whiter Shade of Pale  Performed by Procal Harum
  • Mississippi Queen  Performed by Mountain
  • Eight Miles High  Performed by The Byrds
  • You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet  Performed by Bachman-Turner Overdrive
  • You Really Got Me  Performed by Van Halen
  • Get Back  Performed by The Beatles
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 2

    Amherst, MA
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  • July 15, 2004 Disappointment

    This book is for the birds. The arrangements are awkward and questionable. I understand that transferring music from guitar to piano/keyboard is more art than science, but there were attempts here that were laughable ("More Than A Feeling" and "Dream On," especially). That being said, amazingly, surprisingly and stupendously...

    , there is the best arrangement of "Layla" for keyboard in this book that I have ever seen (Dan Coates' being rather pathetic). That's the only good thing about this book, unless you make a living doing parodies of classic rock on piano.

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    Brian Miller
    Milford, DE
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  • September 10, 2001 doesn't cover entire songs

    I'm going to be honest, this book is fairly lame. While there are some songs that are written perfectly, like "More Than a Feeling" and "Sweet Home Alabama" (even though the last minute or so isn't written), others like "Layla" leave out much. The whole ending of "Layla...

    " is transcribed in the book in about a dozen or so measures. It does sound kick a**, but it should be much longer. In almost half the songs the song structure is incorrect. If I actually liked meatloaf I would be pleased by the fact that all of "Paradise...." is written out. "Dream On" leaves out a few important fills. But all in all buying this book is a much better deal than buying a whole bunch of separate sheet music. You have to expect to be dissapointed though.

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