First 50 songs you should play on dobro

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(Fretted). If you're new to the Dobro or want to expand your repertoire, this book provides a combination of tab, music, chords, and lyrics for the most popular songs Dobro players (or lap steel players) like to play. Features songs in three tunings: open G, open D, and C6 in these genres, including: Amazing Grace * Blue Hawaii * Can the Circle Be Unbroken * Free Bird * I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow * Keep Your Lamp Trimmed and Burning * Old Joe Clark * Salty Dog Blues * Teach Your Children * Wild Horses * Your Cheatin' Heart * and more.
Aloha 'oe (traditional Hawaiian)
Amazing grace (traditional gospel)
Beyond the reef (Hawaiian)
Blackberry blossom (traditional fiddle)
Blue Hawaii (Hawaiian)
Blues stay away from me (Delmore Brothers)
The bottle let me down / (Merle Haggard)
Can the circle be unbroken (Will the circle be unbroken) (the Carter Family)
Cripple Creek (traditional fiddle)
Death letter blues (Son House)
Dust my broom (Elmore James)
Faded love (Bob Wills)
Fireball mail (Roy Acuff)
Foggy Mountain rock (Flat & Scruggs)
Folsom Prison blues (Johnny Cash)
Free bird (Lynyrd Skynyrd)
Greensleeves (traditional folk)
I am a man of constant sorrow (the Soggy Bottom Boys)
I can't be satisfied (Muddy Waters)
I'm so lonesome I could cry (Hank Williams)
I'm thinking tonight of my blue eyes (the Carter Family)
Keep your lamp trimmed and burning (Blind Willie Johnson)
Little red rooster (Howlin' Wolf)
A maiden's prayer (Bob Wills)
Mother's children have a hard time (Blind Willie Johnson)
Old Joe Clark (traditional fiddle)
Panhandle rag (Leon McAuliffe)
Pearly shells = Pupu 'o'ewa (Hawaiian)
Pick away (Mike Auldridge/the Seldom Scene)
Roll in my sweet baby's arms (Flatt & Scruggs)
Rollin' and tumblin' (Willie "Hambone" Newbern and Muddy Waters)
Running on faith (Eric Clapton)
Salty dog blues (Flatt & Scruggs)
San Antonio Rose (Bob Wills)
Sleepwalk (instrumental version) (Santo and Johnny)
Smoke on the water (Deep Purple)
Statesboro blues (Blind Willie McTell)
Steel guitar rag (Bob Wills)
Sweet Leilani (Hawaiian)
Teach your children (Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young)
Tiny bubbles (Don Ho)
Traveling riverside blues (Robert Johnson)
Tumbling tumbleweeds (Sons of the Pioneers)
Wabash Cannonball (the Carter Family)
Wagon wheel (Old Crow Medicine Show and Darius Rucker)
Wayfaring stranger (traditional gospel)
Wild horses (the Rolling Stones)
Wildwood flower (the Carter Family)
You are my sunshine (country)
Your cheatin' heart (Hank Williams).

Additional Information
Subjects Resonator guitar music, Arranged..
Popular music.
Rock music.
Country music.
Folk music.
Arrangements (Music)
Publisher Milwaukee, WI :Hal Leonard,2021
Other Titles First fifty songs you should play on dobro
Contributors Sokolow, Fred, arranger of music.
Schiff, Ronny S., editor.
Language English

Notes Bluegrass, country, blues, gospel, Hawaiian, western swing, rock/pop, folk, and fiddle tunes arranged for dobro; in tabulatre with chord symbols.
In part with interlinear lyrics; additional verses printed as text.
Includes songs in three tunings: open G, open D, and C6.
Description 1 score (111 pages) ; 31 cm
ISBN 9781540067456
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