The New Guitar Big Book of Hits -- '70s & '80s
41 Classic Rock Favorites (Guitar TAB). Composed by various artists and composers. Book; Guitar Mixed Folio; Guitar TAB. The New Guitar TAB Big Book. Adult Contemporary; Folk; Pop; Pop/Rock; Rock. 264 pages. Published by Alfred Music (AP.42429).
Item Number: AP.42429
The New Guitar TAB Big Book: '70s & '80s contains 41 smash songs from these two key decades in the development of pop, rock, and folk music. Each book comes with lyrics and guitar TAB transcriptions for every song, so music makers can recall and create a lifetime of memories. And if the '70s and '80s are not quite your favorite time in music, there's also '50s and '60s and contemporary editions. Titles: 20th Century Boy (T. Rex) * 25 or 6 to 4 (Chicago) * Bad to the Bone (George Thorogood & the Destroyers) * Behind Blue Eyes (The Who) * Blinded by the Light (Manfred Mann Earth Band) * Brown Sugar (The Rolling Stones) * Can't You See (Marshall Tucker Band) * Dancing Queen (ABBA) * Do You Feel Like We Do (Peter Frampton) * Don't Stop Believin' (Journey) * D'yer Mak'er (Led Zeppelin) * Europa (Earth's Cry, Heaven's Smile) (Santana) * Feelin' Stronger Every Day (Chicago) * Go Your Own Way (Fleetwood Mac) * Hold the Line (Toto) * Hold Your Head Up (Argent) * I'm Alright (Kenny Loggins) * Imagine (John Lennon) * In the Dark (Billy Squier) * Into the Night (Benny Mardones) * L.A. Woman (Doors) * Lights (Journey) * Limelight (Rush) * Live and Let Die (Paul McCartney and Wings) * Lola (The Kinks) * Love Reign O'er Me (The Who) * Lowdown (Boz Skaggs) * Money (Pink Floyd) * Only Women Bleed (Alice Cooper) * Paranoid (Black Sabbath) * Play That Funky Music (Wild Cherry) * Rosanna (Toto) * Saturday in the Park (Chicago) * Smoke from a Distant Fire (Sanford / Townsend Band) * (Just Like) Starting Over (John Lennon) * This Masquerade (George Benson) * Thunder Road (Bruce Springsteen) * Truckin' (Grateful Dead) * Welcome to My Nightmare (Alice Cooper) * What a Fool Believes (The Doobie Brothers) * Whatever Gets You Thru the Night (John Lennon).