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Randy Newman Anthology


By Randy Newman

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Randy Newman Anthology (Piano/Vocal). By Randy Newman. For voice, piano and guitar chords. This edition: Piano/Vocal. Artist/Personality; Personality Book; Piano/Vocal/Chords. Pop Rock and Movies. Difficulty: medium. Songbook. Vocal melody, piano accompaniment, lyrics, chord names and guitar chord diagrams. 188 pages. Published by Alfred Music (AP.PF9808).

ISBN 0769258646. With vocal melody, piano accompaniment, lyrics, chord names and guitar chord diagrams. Pop Rock and Movies. 9x12 inches.

Great songs from this brilliant, grammy-winning artist. Titles include: Burn On * I Love L.A. * Mama Told Me Not to Come * Short People * Sail Away * You Can Leave Your Hat On * Bleeding All Over the Place * I Love to See You Smile * It's Money that I Love * Miami * You've Got a Friend in Me * and more.

  • Burn On 
  • Cowboy 
  • Davy The Fat Boy 
  • I Think It's Going To Rain Today 
  • Lonely At The Top 
  • Living Without You 
  • Mama Told Me Not to Come 
  • Political Science 
  • Simon Smith 
  • Feels Like Home 
  • Baltimore 
  • In Germany Before The War 
  • Miami 
  • Real Emotional Girl 
  • Same Girl 
  • Song For The Dead 
  • You've Got A Friend In Me  From "Toy Story" - 1995
  • Sail Away 
  • Old Man 
  • God's Song 
  • You Can Leave Your Hat On 
  • Guilty 
  • Rednecks 
  • Marie 
  • Louisiana 
  • One More Hour 
  • I Love L.A. 
  • Short People 
  • It's Money That I Love 
  • Dixie Flyer 
  • I Want You To Hurt Like I Do 
  • I Love To See You Smile 
  • Gainesville 
  • Bleeding All Over The Place 
  • Sandman's Coming 
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  • February 14, 2008 GREAT SONGS


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  • 5

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  • February 23, 2006 Terrific Transcriptions

    Finally! Newman's non-kiddie music, because it doesn't sell so well, is finally made available. Back in the 80s I found a Land of Dreams songbook and a Best of Songbook. Both were mixed. Some transcriptions were accurate, but others were your standard melody versions (piano/vocal/guitar...

    ). This anthology is fantastic. Every song is perfect, and you get a chill playing Newman's moving songs, like "Same Girl." My only complaint--if there is one--is that there are some odd choices, such as "Living Without You" (an early Newman piece not really worth having sheet music for), a few too many songs from Faust (great CD, but I'd prefer to hear other tunes like "Jolly Coppers" or "Birmingham" or "Rider in the Rain"), and an odd choice from the film "Ragtime." Still, I'm nitpicking. This is a great book.

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  • October 06, 2005 Great for Randy fans

    Mostly arrangements quite close to what Randy himself plays (you don't get the discordant violins or powerchord guitar licks), in his original key (although I Want You to Hurt Like I Do is in G, not identical to the Ab version on the CD or in the Land of...

    Dreams collection published in '89 by Twice as Nice). This is a representative assemblage of Randy's work thru Faust (3 numbers). I wish Hal Leonard et al had as much respect for the artist's original intent as this anthology does. No corners cut, no simplified basslines, (mostly) no transpositions to easier keys. Most important, the RH doesn't always just mimic the melody; these are real accompaniment arrangements. Hats off to Randy for being real. Actually singing many of these numbers while playing them is a whole nuther ballgame, you realize.

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  • 5

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  • August 26, 2004 A genious

    Just perfect. Notes are put as you can hear from Randy's piano. Too much for my fingers!!!

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  • 4

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  • March 11, 2003 Good sounding music

    Good book, if you're a fan of randy newmans music. Some songs and lyrics could offend.

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