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VH1's 100 Greatest Songs of Rock & Roll

By Various

Organ, Piano/Keyboard, Electronic Keyboard
Composed by Various. Hal Leonard E-Z Play Today. Rock and Pop. Songbook (softcover). With vocal melody, lyrics, piano accompaniment, chord names and guitar chord diagrams. 319 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.100197).

Item Number: HL.100197

ISBN 063407752X. 9x12 inches.

VH1 sent ballots to over 700 musicians, songwriters, disc jockeys and radio programmers and asked them to vote on the 100 greatest songs of rock and roll. The results were shown in a much-publicized feature, and selections from that show are here in this awesome collection of the best and most influential rock songs of all time!

About Hal Leonard E-Z Play Today

For organs, pianos, and electronic keyboards. E-Z Play Today is the shortest distance between beginning music and playing fun. Now there are more than 300 reasons why you should play E-Z Play Today. * World's largest series of music folios * Full-size books - large 9" x 12" format features easy-to-read, easy-to-play music * Accurate arrangements... simple enough for the beginner, but accurate chords and melody lines are maintained * Eye-catching, full-color covers * Lyrics... most arrangements include words and music * Most up-to-date registrations - books in the series contain a general registration guide, as well as individual song rhythm suggestions * Guitar Chord Chart - all songs in the series can also be played on guitar.

  • Crazy 
  • All Shook Up 
  • Stand By Me 
  • Heartbreak Hotel 
  • American Pie 
  • Somebody to love 
  • Respect 
  • Wild Thing 
  • Imagine 
  • Blue Suede Shoes 
  • Born To Be Wild 
  • Bridge Over Troubled Water 
  • California Dreamin' 
  • California Girls 
  • Every Breath You Take 
  • Fire And Rain 
  • Free Bird 
  • Good Vibrations 
  • Great Balls of Fire 
  • A Hard Day's Night 
  • Hey Jude 
  • Hound Dog 
  • I Got You (I Feel Good) 
  • I Heard It Through the Grapevine 
  • I Want To Hold Your Hand 
  • In The Midnight Hour 
  • Jailhouse Rock 
  • Johnny B. Goode 
  • La Bamba 
  • Let It Be 
  • Maggie May 
  • My Girl 
  • Oh, Pretty Woman 
  • Piano Man 
  • Rock Around The Clock 
  • (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay 
  • Start Me Up 
  • Stayin' Alive 
  • Strawberry Fields Forever 
  • Sunshine of Your Love 
  • Superstition 
  • That'll Be The Day 
  • The Twist 
  • Twist And Shout 
  • We've Only Just Begun 
  • What'd I Say 
  • What's Going On 
  • Yesterday 
  • Your Song 
  • More Than A Feeling 
  • Gloria 
  • All Along the Watchtower 
  • God Only Knows 
  • Jump 
  • Let's Stay Together 
  • Dream On 
  • Thunder ROad 
  • Beat It 
  • Blowin' In The Wind 
  • Bohemian Rhapsody 
  • Brown Eyed Girl 
  • A Day In The Life 
  • For What It's Worth 
  • Gimme Some Lovin' 
  • Good Golly Miss Molly 
  • Hotel California 
  • Layla 
  • Light My Fire 
  • London Calling 
  • Louie, Louie 
  • My Generation 
  • No Woman No Cry 
  • Papa Was A Rollin' Stone 
  • Proud Mary 
  • Purple Haze 
  • Roxanne 
  • Sexual Healing 
  • She Loves You 
  • Smells Like Teen Spirit 
  • Space Oddity 
  • Suite: Judy Blue Eyes 
  • Summertime Blues 
  • Walk This Way 
  • We Are The Champions 
  • When Doves Cry 
  • Tangled Up In Blue 
  • You Really Got Me 
  • You Shook Me All Night Long 
  • Born To Run 
  • Like A Rolling Stone 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Buffalo, NY
    Difficulty Level:
  • January 23, 2019 A good song book for speed and improvising

    I expect this book is primarily targeted to beginners with electronic keyboards. However, because it is stripped down to just a melody line and chords, it provides a good practice vehicle if you want to improve your playing speed, accuracy, and left hand improvisation skills. I would say it is...

    most effective if you are really familiar with the song as there is no notation except the key signature, overall tempo, chords, and notes (and registration for electronic keyboards). Think of it as one step further simplified from a fake book. The upside of this is there is less to visual process when you're trying to improve your speed. A bonus for the vision impaired is the notes are really big. You should also know everything is in key of C. Note that because of copyright restrictions some songs in the VHI 100 aren't included, most notably Led Zeppelin, the Stones, and the Who. Still plenty of great music!

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  • 3

    San Diego, CA
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • May 01, 2008 Not Great for Guitar Players.

    Song selections were just OK. Many of the songs were not "Guitar" oriented and did not sound very close to the original song. Also, I like to have chord diagrams, not just the chords. Some of the chords were not common/basic so diagrams would have really helped.

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