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Author Name    Marek, Jack >>

Title   Harmonica Pops, Number 3 : 19 Songs Arranged for Chromatic Harmonica

Binding   Softcover

Book Condition   Good+

Publisher   Miami, Fla: Screen Gems Columbia Publications; 1974

Seller ID   7651

46 pages; 4to (11") 29 cm; Tall softcover, 46 pages, 19 pop songs of the early 1970s, with lyrics, tunes, guitar chords, harmonica figures, and brief info on harmonica notation. Arranged for chromatic harmonica but suitable for any C instrument. ; Art by Judith Ann Benedict. Edited by Bill Radics. ; Songs are: Ben. For once in my life. Hello it's me. Houston (I'm coming to see you). If you're ready (come go with me). In the mood. The joker. Last time I saw him. Let me be there. Living for the city. Midnight train to Georgia. Most beautiful girl. Nice to be around. Show and tell. Tell her she's lovely. Touch me in the morning. The way we were. Will you love me tomorrow? You are the sunshine of my life. ; Covers sunned and quite worn around edges. Small thumb creases. Interior clean, binding tight. Scarce.

Music  1970s  ;  Rock  Music  ;  Popular  Music  ;  Songbooks  ;  Harmonica  ; 

Price = 8.00 USD

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