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The Rolling Stones Fake Book




Rolling Stones Fake Book

The Rolling Stones Fake Book

The Rolling Stones Fake Book includes 167 songs recorded by the Rolling Stones from 1963 to 1971. According to veteran music journalist Jim Bessman, these songs truly make up the bedrock of the band’s legend. All songs are arranged in complete professional-style lead sheets with riffs and figures included. A special guitar-tab section features the pivotal guitar riffs and solos for 29 legendary songs. An added bonus is the full-color ABCKO years discography (with album art) in the back.

The Rolling Stones Fake Book, 1963-1971, edited by Alisa Coleman and Aaron Stang, Alfred Music, Van Nuys, CA.

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