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Blues Piano Legends: 16 Note-for-Note Piano Transcriptions from 12 Blues Icons

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Blues piano legendsBlues Piano Legends includes 16 transcriptions with lyrics for tunes that all blues fans should know, including: “Big Chief,” Professor Longhair; “Bloody Murder,” Otis Spann; “Boogie Woogie Stomp,” Albert Ammons; “Chicago Breakdown,” Big Maceo; “Confessin’ the Blues,” Jay McShann; “Driftin’ Blues,” Charles Brown; “Every Day I Have the Blues,” Memphis Slim;  “Honky Tonk Train (Honky Tonk Train Blues),” Meade “Lux” Lewis; “Worried Life Blues,” Big Maceo; and more.

Blues Piano Legends: 16 Note-for-Note Piano Transcriptions from 12 Blues Icons, Hal Leonard Corporation, www.halleonard.com.







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