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The "Let's Jam" series is the ultimate jam session resource! Kendra Ward and Bob Bence have compiled 70 more classic jam session favorites into one easy-to-carry volume. Each tune is presented in two distinctly different, user-friendly formats.First, a basic chord/rhythm chart appears on the left side of each page. Use this to play the chord progression, play arpeggios, improvise a harmony part or play a counter melody! Next, a simple unembellished melody line for the same tune appears on the right side of the page. This basic melody quickly gets right to the essence of the tune, virtually begging each player to add their own individual harmonies and embellishments.The "blank canvas" version of each melody makes "Lets Jam! Volume 2" a terrific source for players looking for a starting point to create their own arrangements, too. Get your copy today and join the fun!147 pages.Song list:Acres Of Clams The Ash Grove Aura Lee Bill Cheatem Bonaparte Crossing The Rockies Bonaparte's Retreat British Grenadiers Carolan's Draught Cherokee Shuffle Childgrove Chinese Breakdown Cindy Cold Frosty Morning Cotton Eyed Joe Danny Boy Dinah Doctor Doctor Dogwood Waltz Down In The Willow Garden Drowsey Maggie Ebenezer Elzic's Farewell Farewell To Whiskey Fly Around My Prety Little Miss Forked Deer Gallopede Georgia Railroad Give Me The Roses Harvest Home Home Sweet Home Jacky Tar Jamie Allen Jaybird Jessica Waltz Kitchen Girl La Bastrange Lord Inchiquin Lorena Mason's Apron Missouri My Silver Bells Old French Old Grey Cat On A Tennessee Farm Old Molly Hare Ook Pik Waltz Pig Ankle Rag Pig Town Fling Planxty George Brabazon President Garfield's Hornpipe Puncheon Floor Quince Dillon's High D Red Apple Rag Rickett's Hornpipe Road To Lisdoonvarna Rock The Cradle Joe Rye Whiskey Sail Away Ladies Sailor's Hornpipe Sally Ann Santa Anna's Retreat Scarborough Fair Shady Grove Snowdeer Spanish Fandangle (Spanish Two Step) Tam Lin Texas Quickstep West Fork Gals The Wind That Shakes The Barley Young Jane
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