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For the very first time, the selected works of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds and Grinderman are presented in in one exclusive chord songbook collection.

This is a unique folio, spanning the extent of Nick Cave’s career over the past three decades. Each song is arranged for guitar with full lyrics and chord box diagrams.

Song List:

- (Are You) The One That I’ve Been Waiting For?
- (I Don’t Need You To) Set Me Free
- (I’ll Love You) Till The End Of The World
- And No More Shall We Part
- As I Sat Sadly By Her Side
- Babe, I Got You Bad
- Babe, You Turn Me On
- Breathless
- Bring It On
- Brompton Oratory
- Cannibal’s Hymn
- Christina The Astonishing
- City Of Refuge
- Darker With The Day
- Deanna
- Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!!
- Do You Love Me?
- Do You Love Me? (Part 2)
- Far From Me
- Fifteen Feet Of Pure White Snow
- Foi Na Cruz
- From Her To Eternity
- Gates To The Garden
- Get Ready For Love
- God Is In The House
- He Wants You
- Heathen Child
- Henry Lee
- Hold On To Yourself
- I Let Love In
- Idiot Prayer
- Into My Arms
- Jack The Ripper
- Jangling Jack
- Jesus Of The Moon
- John Finn’s Wife
- Knockin' On Joe
- Lament
- Lay Me Low
- Let The Bells Ring
- Lime-Tree Arbour
- Loom Of The Land
- Love Bomb
- Love Letter
- Loverman
- Lucy
- Midnight Man
- More News From Nowhere
- Nature Boy
- No Pussy Blues
- Nobody’s Baby Now
- Papa Won’t Leave You, Henry
- People Ain’t No Good
- Red Right Hand
- Right Now I’m A-Roaming
- Rock Of Gibraltar
- Sad Waters
- Sorrow’s Child
- Stagger Lee
- Straight To You
- Supernaturally
- The Carny
- The Curse Of Millhaven
- The Good Son
- The Lyre Of Orpheus
- The Mercy Seat
- The Ship Son
- The Train Song
- The Weeping Song
- There Is A Kingdom
- There She Goes, My Beautiful World
- Today’s Lesson
- Tupelo
- Under This Moon
- Up Jumped The Devil
- Watching Alice
- We Call Upon The Author
- Where Do We Go Now But Nowhere?
- Where The Wild Roses Grow
- Wonderful Life
- Worm Tamer
- Your Funeral, My Trial
The Complete Guitar Player: Rock Songbook features a massive collection of 50 hard-rocking hits from the best of classic and contemporary rock music. Each song has been carefully arranged with melody lines in standard notation, lyrics, Guitar chord boxes, as well as strumming and picking patterns - Perfect great for aspiring rock rhythm or lead Guitarists.

Each and every tune included in this chordbook is a true rock classic. Old favourites by The Kinks and Jimi Hendrix are matched by modern classics such as Radiohead's Creep and Use Somebody by Kings Of Leon.

Ideal for beginners, as well as intermediate Guitarists looking to expand their repertoire, you'll be singing, strumming and soloing your way through the best rock music of the past half-century.

Songlist:

- All Day And All Of The Night [The Kinks]
- All Right Now [Free]
- Alone [Heart]
- Black [Pearl Jam]
- Born To Be Wild [Steppenwolf]
- Call Me [Blondie]
- Chasing Cars [Snow Patrol]
- Cocaine [Eric Clapton]
- Crazy Little Thing Called Love [Queen]
- Creep [Radiohead]
- Don't Look Back In Anger [Oasis]
- Every Breath You Take [The Police]
- Eye Of The Tiger [Survivor]
- Here I Go Again [Whitesnake]
- Heroes [David Bowie]
- Hey Joe [Jimi Hendrix]
- Highway To Hell [AC/DC]
- I Don't Want To Miss A Thing [Aerosmith]
- I Saw Her Standing There [The Beatles]
- I Want You To Want Me [Cheap Trick]
- If It Makes You Happy [Sheryl Crow]
- Jessie's Girl [Rick Springfield]
- Lithium [Nirvana]
- Livin' On A Prayer [Bon Jovi]
- London Calling [The Clash]
- Money For Nothing [Dire Straits] -More Than A Feeling [Boston]
- Mr. Brightside [The Killers]
- Paperback Writer [The Beatles]
- Rock And Roll All Nite [Kiss]
- Roxanne [The Police]
- Sex On Fire [Kings of Leon]
- Should I Stay Or Should I Go [The Clash]
- Since You've Been Gone [Rainbow]
- Smells Like Teen Spirit [Nirvana]
- Song 2 [Blur]
- Substitute [The Who]
- Sultans Of Swing [Dire Straits]
- Summer Of '69 [Bryan Adams]
- Supersonic [Oasis]
- Teenage Kicks [The Undertones]
- The Final Countdown [Europe]
- The Passenger [Iggy Pop]
- Use Somebody [Kings of Leon]
- Whiskey In The Jar [Thin Lizzy]
- Yellow [Coldplay]
- You Really Got Me [The Kinks]
- You Shook Me All Night Long [AC/DC]
- Ziggy Stardust [David Bowie]
- Zombie [The Cranberries]
By the time Roger McGuinn, David Crosby, Chris Hillman, and Michael Clarke entered the studio to begin work on this album, they were basically falling apart at the seams. "Ladyfriend", a song written by Crosby, had just failed miserably as a chart single despite the fact that he lobbied hard to get it released. This - coupled with the fact that he made what the rest of the band considered an embarrassing political speech onstage during their set at the Monterey Pop Festival, and then sat in with rivals the Buffalo Springfield the following day - pushed McGuinn and Hillman in particular to the limits of their patience. Then, for the Notorious sessions, Crosby presented a song called "Triad", written about a threesome, and although McGuinn and Hillman reluctantly agreed to record it, they later decided to place a less controversial Goffin & King pop number called "Goin' Back" on the album instead. Crosby declared the song banal and refused to sing on it. A few too many studio flare-ups later, McGuinn and Hillman finally screeched up into the Hollywood Hills in their Jaguars and fired Crosby on the spot. Also brooding during this period was drummer Michael Clarke, who had always borne the brunt of the other band members' rage while recording. He was by far the least accomplished member of the band musically, and when they suggested bringing in a studio drummer to embellish some tracks (Jim Gordon, later of Derek & the Dominos fame), he finally declared he'd had enough and moved to Hawaii to get away from the music scene altogether. So, McGuinn and Hillman were left to cobble together an album with the help of producer Gary Usher (known for his work with Brian Wilson, the Millenium, Sagittarius and many others). The fact that it turned out to be one of the defining albums of the 60s psychedelic pop experience was either a sheer stroke of luck, or a testament to McGuinn and Hillman's determination to prove that they didn't need Crosby's help to construct their masterpiece.
From the moment that Ike Turner and the Kings of Rhythm conceived 'Rocket 88' to the suicide of Nirvana lead singer Kurt Cobain and Lennon's Anniversary concert, 'Scuse Me While I Kiss the Sky chronicles 50 moments in history that shaped rock and roll as we know it. The stories of behind the iconic records and recordings, the untimely deaths, landmark live performances, on-screen incidents and all of the most outrageous moments are recounted in this captivating, comprehensive overview of the greatest musical form of the twentieth century.

Paolo Hewitt's lively and readable text gives us a unique 'insider's view' on each event explaining the background and immediate aftermath to the moment as well as its long term significance and legacy. Each story is accompanied by an 'at a glance' box about each artist, their most significant achievements and contribution to rock history. Iconic moments include:
First show of the Beatles at the Cavern; First show of the Rolling Stones at Eel Pie Island; Dylan goes electric at the Newport Folk festival; The Beach Boys' 'Good Vibrations' is the first pop hit to employ electronic sounds; The Ramones debut at the CBGB's and launch punk-rock; The Sex Pistols singer Johnny Rotten is attacked in a car park by a razor-wielding man incensed by the band's anti royalty single, God Save The Queen; The Clash's 'London Calling' mixes punk-rock with reggae, ska, funk, blues, etc; The Talking Heads' Fear Of Music, produced by Brian Eno, fuses new wave and funk, and invents 'techno-funk'; Sid Vicious and Nancy Spungen die at the Chelsea hotel; Ozzy Osborne bites the head off a bat and urinates on the Alamo; MTV debuts on cable TV with the Buggles' 'Video Killed The Radio Star'; Born In the USA is appropriated by Ronald Reagan for his election campaign; Live Aid concert; The Smiths release their infamous Meat Is Murder album; Kurt Cobain dies; Anniversary concert for Lennon at the Beacon theatre in New York 2010.

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