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Saxophone Play-Along Volume 2 Includes Parts for Bb & Eb Saxophones

By Various

Saxophone, Eb Alto Saxophone, Bb Tenor Saxophone
Saxophone Play-Along Volume 2 Includes Parts for Bb & Eb Saxophones. By Various. Saxophone Play-Along. Pop, R&B. Softcover Audio Online. 64 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.113177).

Item Number: HL.113177

ISBN 1480300012. 9x12 inches.

The Saxophone Play-Along Series will help you play your favorite songs quickly and easily. Just follow the music (including parts for B-flat and E-flat saxophones), listen to the audio to hear how the sax should sound, and then play along using the separate backing tracks. The audio is enhanced with playback tools to adjust the recording to any tempo without changing pitch, loop passages, and pan left or right!

This volume includes: Cleo's Mood (Junior Walker & the All-Stars) • I Got a Woman (Ray Charles) • Pick up the Pieces (Average White Band) • Respect (Aretha Franklin) • Shot Gun (Junior Walker & the All-Stars) • Soul Finger (The Bar-Kays) • Soul Serenade (King Curtis) • Unchain My Heart (Ray Charles).

  • Pick Up The Pieces 
  • Unchain My Heart 
  • Respect 
  • Soul Finger 
  • Cleo's Mood 
  • Soul Serenade 
  • Shotgun 
  • I Got A Woman 

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Buy both for $36.98

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  • July 31, 2014 R@B

    this is an awesome work. it has the chords for improvising, the arrangements, full instrumentation/band in the background, it is in full song lengths( it's not like a lot of the other ones with the length cut in half and just free styling and back to the head...

    / it is a full arrangement like a concert band/rock band would have in the real recordings)This is well worth the money and for years I have been looking for music like this in this genre, finally someone has made these with the oldies rock like that 'back in the days' were there was a lot of tenor used in the old rock that got played on the radio. I would love for them to come up with more like these for me to get more.

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