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The Very Best of Johnny Cash

By Johnny Cash

Guitar - Difficulty: medium
By Johnny Cash. Strum It (Guitar). Traditional Country. Songbook. With strum and pick patterns, vocal melody, lyrics and chord names. 48 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.699514).

Item Number: HL.699514

ISBN 0634045164. With strum and pick patterns, vocal melody, lyrics and chord names. Traditional Country. 9x12 inches.

Features authentic chords, strum patterns, melody and lyrics for 17 complete songs (all in their original keys!) from the legendary Man in Black. Includes: A Boy Named Sue, Daddy Sang Bass, Folsom Prison Blues and more.

About Strum It (Guitar)

"Strum It" was created to get guitar students and self-taught guitarists playing along with their favorite songs. The songs are arranged using their original keys in lead sheet format, and include the chords for each song, beginning to end. Perfect for players who want to play along with the original recordings, the melody and lyrics are also shown to help players keep their spot and to sing along. Strum It does not include tablature, or the difficult solo passages from the original recordings.

  • Cry, Cry, Cry 
  • Hey, Porter 
  • So Doggone Lonesome 
  • Ballad Of A Teenage Queen 
  • Big River 
  • Daddy Sang Bass 
  • Don't Take Your Guns To Town 
  • I Walk The Line 
  • The Man In Black 
  • Tennessee Flat Top Box 
  • Busted 
  • Come In, Stranger 
  • A Boy Named Sue 
  • Five Feet High And Rising 
  • Folsom Prison Blues 
  • Orange Blossom Special 
  • Ring Of Fire 

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  • November 10, 2007 Of no value at all

    I bought this album mainly for the musical score to Tennessee Flat Top Box. In this album the musical scores contain only single staffs with rhythm slashes, some melody and lots of rests in place of solo guitar and melody. If you have ever heard Tennessee Flat Top box, the...

    best part is the solo guitar for which there is nothing except rests and a few chord symbols. And it's not much different for all the other songs. I would never buy this style of sheet music again.

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