The real blues book : C instruments

Call Number
MP1630.28.B5 R4 2010
Imprint
Milwaukee, WI : Hal Leonard, [2010]
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Song Title Composer
Midnight train John Tiven, Roger Reale.
Moanin' at midnight Chester Burnett.
Move it on over Hank Williams.
Mustang Sally Bonny Rice.
My babe Willie Dixon.
My baby left me Aaron "T-Bone" Walker.
My black mama Son House.
My way down Chris Duarte, John Jordan.
Night train Oscar Washington, Lewis C. Simpkins, Jimmy Forrest.
Nine below zero Sonny Boy Williamson.
No particular place to go Chuck Berry.
Nobody knows you when you're down and out Jimmie Cox.
Oh pretty woman A.C. Wiliams.
Okie dokie stomp Plummer "Ivory" Davis.
One bourbon, one scotch, one beer John Lee Hooker.
Organ grinder blues Clarence Williams.
Parchman farm blues Bukka White.
Paying the cost to be the boss B.B. King.
Please accept my love B.B. King, Saul Bihari.
Please come home for Christmas Charles Brown, Gene Redd.
Please send me someone to love Percy Mayfield.
Pony Blues Charlie Patton.
Preachin' Blues (up jumped the devil) Robert Johnson.
Pride and joy Stevie Ray Vaughan.
Quitter never wins, A Tinsley Ellis, Margaret Sampson.
Ramblin' on my mind Robert Johnson.
Reconsider baby Lowell Fulson.
Right place, wrong time Otis Rush.
Right time, the Lew Herman.
Rock island line Huddie Loebetter.
Rock me baby B.B. King, Joe Bihari.
Rock me right Tom Hambridge.
Rollin' and Tumlin' Mckinley Morganfield (Muddy Waters).
Rollin' stone (catfish blues) McKinley Morganfield.
Route 66 Bobby Troup.
Saint James infirmary Joe Primrose.
Saturday night fish fry Ellis Walsh, Louis Jordan.
She's ninteen years old Muddy Waters.
Shy is crying, the Elmore James.
Sitting on top of the world Chester Burnett.
Smoking gun Bruce Bromberg, Richard Cousins, Robert Cray.
Somebody loan me a dime Frenton Robinson.
Someday, after awhile (you'll be sorry) Freddie King, Sonny Thompson.
Something inside me Elmore James, Marshall Sehorn.
Spoonful Willie Dixon.
St. Louis blues W.C. Handy.
Standing around crying McKinley Morganfield.
Standing at the crossroads Elmore James, Joe Josea.
Statesboro blues Willie McTell.
Still a fool McKinley Morganfield.

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