Alfred Releases Three New Titles Including The Rolling Stones Fake Book And Eagles Song Book

December 21, 2005

The Rolling Stones Fake Book (1963-1971) includes 167 classic Stones songs recorded between 1963 and 1971--from early blues covers (Chuck Berry and Buddy Holly songs) to the psychedelia of Their Satanic Majesties Request. All songs are in complete, professional-style lead sheets with fundamental instrumental riffs and figures included. There is also a special guitar-TAB section, featuring the pivotal guitar riffs and solos from 29 of their most legendary songs, an introductory essay, a full-color ABKCO years discography (with album art), and 40 pages of classic early sheet music covers reproduced in full color. The ultimate Rolling Stones songbook!

Double Shot of Classic Rock is a collection of songs from some of the most famous classic rock artists! This book provides the lyrics along with piano and chord arrangements for two songs from each of the classic rockers represented.

Titles include "After Midnight" (Eric Clapton), "After the Gold Rush" (Neil Young), "All Good People" (Yes), "Bad Bad Leroy Brown" (Jim Croce), "Big Yellow Taxi" (Joni Mitchell), "Carry On" (Stephen Stills), "Dancing in the Dark" (Bruce Springsteen), "Desperado" (Eagles), "Domino" (Van Morrison), "Drive" (The Cars), "Higher Love" (Steve Winwood), "Jump" (Van Halen), and many more.

The Eagles Lyric Chord Songbook is a great way to learn how to sing and play your favorite songs by the Eagles! This book contains 28 classic Eagles songs in a simple-to-use lyric and guitar chord format. Just pick up your guitar and start playing!

Songs include "After the Thrill Is Gone," "Best of My Love," "Desperado," "Doolin-Dalton," "Get Over It," "Heartache Tonight," "Hotel California," "Last Resort," "Life in the Fast Lane," "The Long Run," "Love Will Keep Us Alive," "Lyin' Eyes," "New Kid in Town," "One of These Nights," "Peaceful Easy Feeling," "Take It Easy," "Take It to the Limit," "Tequila Sunrise," "Victim of Love," "Witchy Woman," and many more!

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