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(Piano/Vocal/Guitar Artist Songbook). 24 of the best from the legendary Tony Bennett in vocal transcriptions with piano accompaniment. Songs include: The Best Is Yet to Come * Cheek to Cheek * Don't Get Around Much Anymore * Fly Me to the Moon (In Other Words) * The Good Life * I Left My Heart in San Francisco * It Had to Be You * Night and Day * Put on a Happy Face * Steppin' Out with My Baby * Take the "A" Train * Where Do I Begin (Love Theme) * and more.
Mark Binelli turns his sharp, forceful prose to fiction, in an inventive retelling of the outrageous life of Screamin' Jay Hawkins, a bluesman with one hit and a string of inflammatory guises He came on stage in a coffin, carried by pallbearers, drunk enough to climb into his casket every night. Onstage he wore a cape, clamped a bone to his nose, and carried a staff topped with a human skull. Offstage, he insisted he'd been raised by a tribe of Blackfoot Indians, that he'd joined the army at fourteen, that he'd defeated the middleweight boxing champion of Alaska, that he'd fathered seventy-five illegitimate children. The R&B wildman Screamin' Jay Hawkins only had a single hit, the classic "I Put a Spell On You," and was often written off as a clownish novelty act -- or worse, an offense to his race -- but his myth-making was legendary. In his second novel, Mark Binelli embraces the man and the legend to create a hilarious, tragic, fantastical portrait of this unlikeliest of protagonists. Hawkins saw his life story as a wild picaresque, and Binelli's novel follows suit, tackling the subject in a dazzling collage-like style. At Rolling Stone, Binelli has profiled some of the greatest musicians of our time, and this novel deftly plays with the inordinate focus on "authenticity" in so much music writing about African-Americans. An entire novel built around a musician as deliberately inauthentic as Screamin' Jay Hawkins thus becomes a sort of subversive act, as well as an extremely funny and surprisingly moving one.
(Creative Concepts Publishing). A collector's edition of 59 original sheet music editions from Nat "King" Cole complete with an introduction and photos. Songs include: Ain't Misbehavin' * Baby, Won't You Please Come Home * Chicago * Don't Get Around Much Anymore * Dream a Little Dream of Me * Moonlight in Vermont * Paper Doll * Stormy Weather * Who's Sorry Now? * You Made Me Love You * and more.
(Piano/Vocal/Guitar Artist Songbook). 24 of the best from the legendary Tony Bennett in vocal transcriptions with piano accompaniment. Songs include: The Best Is Yet to Come * Cheek to Cheek * Don't Get Around Much Anymore * Fly Me to the Moon (In Other Words) * The Good Life * I Left My Heart in San Francisco * It Had to Be You * Night and Day * Put on a Happy Face * Steppin' Out with My Baby * Take the "A" Train * Where Do I Begin (Love Theme) * and more.
(E-Z Play Today). 24 Bennett classics arranged in our easy-to-read and play E-Z Play Today notation. Includes: The Best Is Yet to Come * Cheek to Cheek * Don't Get Around Much Anymore * Everybody's Talkin' (Echoes) * Fly Me to the Moon (In Other Words) * For Once in My Life * The Good Life * I Left My Heart in San Francisco * I Wanna Be Around * It Had to Be You * Just in Time * Night and Day * One for My Baby (And One More for the Road) * Put on a Happy Face * Rags to Riches * A Rainy Day * Sing, You Sinners * Smile * Something * Steppin' Out with My Baby * Stranger in Paradise * Take the "A" Train * Where Do I Begin (Love Theme) * Who Can I Turn to (When Nobody Needs Me).

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