One of rock's most influential and controversial acts, The Doors embodied the countercultural spirit of the '60s and early '70s. Ray Manzarek's memorable keyboard lines and Jim Morrison's poetic lyrics
A soft rock group featuring legendary guitarist Steve Lukather and other seasoned Southern California session musicians, Toto was a mainstay in the public eye with their late '70s and early '80s
25 songs from the start of this classic American trio transcribed for guitar including: Apologies to Pearly, Cheap Sunglasses, Chevrolet, A Fool for Your Stockings, Francine, Heard It on the X, I Thank
Play everyone's favorite songs with this collection of the most memorable hits of the 1960s, '70s, and early '80s! Classic rock fans will have a blast applying their talent to more than 40 enduring songs
These books are designed for the first time performer or weekend warrior who's learning how to play in a band. They include parts and playing tips for the entire band: two guitars, bass, drums, and singer!
Who fans who play piano have long waited for a collection that contains the band's most famous and powerful songs. The greatest and most well-suited keyboard arrangements of The Who's career are available
58 songs from the swingin' seventies, including: Ain't No Sunshine; American Pie; Baba O'Riley; Bohemian Rhapsody; Bridge Over Troubled Water; Dancing Queen; Desperado; Easy; Hello, It's Me; I Can See
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