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The Songs of Bill Staines - Music to Me

By Bill Staines

By Bill Staines. Guitar Book. 104 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.699387).

Item Number: HL.699387

ISBN 0793523435. 9x12 inches.

For 25 years, Bill Staines has traveled North America, delighting audiences at festivals, folksong societys, colleges, concerts, clubs, and coffee houses. He has become one of the most popular singers on the folk music circuit today - from 1990-1993 he performed over 200 concert dates annually. This collection includes 48 of his favorites, from 'Autumn Waltz' to 'Yellowstone Winds.'.

  • Rodeo Rose 
  • Coyote 
  • The Little Cowboy's Lullaby 
  • The Ballad Of Frank 
  • Sueno 
  • Border Blues 
  • Eyes To Eyes 
  • Walker Behind The Wheel 
  • Buffy's Quality Cafe 
  • Yellowstone Winds 
  • Wild, Wild Heart 
  • Movin' It Down The Line 
  • Old City Jail 
  • Winter On The Railroad 
  • The Long Trains 
  • Sourdough 
  • Heart Alone 
  • Northland 
  • The Miner's Song 
  • The Shores Of Prudhoe Bay 
  • Redbird's Wing 
  • Last Margarita At Monterey 
  • Ol' Pen 
  • Prairie Song 
  • Bird In The Wind 
  • Music To Me 
  • Gambler's Game 
  • Where I Live 
  • Stone Face 
  • Autumn Waltz 
  • The Streets Of Old Quebec 
  • October Winds 
  • Winter 
  • A Christmas Lullaby 
  • Child Of Mine 
  • First Lullaby 
  • Crossing The Water 
  • Louisiana Storm 
  • Old Silver 
  • Flowers In The Snow 
  • The Quiet Faith Of Man 
  • Down the road 
  • Bridges 
  • In Order To Survive 
  • Travelin' Shoes 
  • Sunny Road 
  • Spirit Song 
  • Heart of Stone 

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Knife River MN
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • March 14, 2007 Bill's best are here.

    As a Bill Staines fan for many years it is great to see another of his books available. This book with song favorites will provide a guitar player a chance to make music with Bill. Chords are relatively easy and provide a good rendition of the songs as Bill plays...

    them. albeit not left handed. This book is a must for your folk library. Let's hope for more from Bill.

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