Thanks for all your work. To Anonymous on 30 Nov: Thank you for your kind comment All the links work fine Probably just a glitch Megaupload was completely down a few days ago You can also use the torrent Easy to get all of it but it's not very fast yet I have two albums of Teddy Pendergrass in my collection Unfortunately, I've just found the blog a few days ago, when Megaupload was shut down, so I couldn't download it anyway, just via torrents.
Can you make torrents to the older posts too? Especially the Rick James Collection would be interesting November 27, The Teddy Pendergrass Collection. The screaming master of love songs This is a collection of the music of Theodore DeReese Pendergrass If there are any errors or if I missed anything, let me know in the comments File info: Format: mp3, CBR, kbps. Torrent download link Torrent software required. I Miss You Ebony Woman Yesterday I Had The Blues Be For Real Let Me Into Your World Let It Be You Be For Real Single Version Cabaret The Love I Lost It All Depends On You Concentrate On Me I'm Weak For You I'm Coming Home Tomorrow Where Are All My Friends To Be True Pretty Flower Nobody Could Take Your Place Somewhere Down The Line Bad Luck Wake Up Everybody Keep On Lovin' You Don't Leave Me This Way I'm Searching For A Love You Can't Hide From Yourself Somebody Told Me Be Sure And If I Had I Don't Love You Anymore Only You Cold, Cold World Close The Door It Don't Hurt Now When Somebody Loves You Back Only You Single Version Come Go With Me Turn Off The Lights I'll Never See Heaven Again All I Need Is You In a 4-CD compilation, "The Pet Sounds Sessions", was released, containing Brian Wilson's original piano solo demo of this remarkable composition.
This is a note-for-note transcription of Brian Wilson's original piano demo - all of it - fifty measures total. If you ever wanted to study Brian's chords, their voicings, and play this harmonically advanced song just as Brian originally conceived it, this is your opportunity.
However, I've carefully transcribed every note of the "Pet Sounds" version - chords, chord voicings, bass line played by Carol Kaye , string quartet parts, etc. The only part that it does not contain is the lead vocal melody, making this a perfect piano accompaniment for a lead vocalist, or for anyone who just wants to be able to play the "Don't Talk" track on solo piano.
Students of The Beach Boys' songs will want both versions, in order to first study Brian's Piano Demo, and then compare it to the more evolved, final version that appears on "Pet Sounds".
This solo piano arrangement is the full, complete "Pet Sounds" version, perfect for studying the compositional genius of Brian Wilson at his creative peak.
Amazingly, it came to Brian intact, as a complete song, in about 30 minutes. A harmonically complex song, with a lot of chords and inversions, this piano arrangement has been transcribed note-for-note directly from the original Beach Boys' recording.
It's not very difficult to play, although the four-bar Instrumental Break can be challenging to learn. The Left Hand vs Right Hand coordination can be learned pretty quickly by most keyboardists. This arrangement of the original Beach Boys' piano part played on the record by Don Randi is the only completely accurate transcription available - all 74 measures of the song - and includes the exact bass guitar part in the Left Hand played on the record by Carole Kaye.
And you may well learn a new chord or two from it - it contains some really inspired chord progressions. If you've been wanting to play "God Only Knows" exactly as it was recorded, here it is. To see a video of Rivers Cuomo of "Weezer" playing and singing this transcription, click here. Rivers is one of my students. Get more info on how you, too, can improve your keyboard and musical skills with me via Skype lessons.
There was no band or back-up singers accompanying Brian - just him singing and playing a grand piano. This is a precise, note-for-note transcription of Brian's piano part from beginning to end. If you've ever wanted to play this great classic, the most complex of all the Beach Boys hits , but just didn't know where to begin, this is your solution. Here are Brian's own chord voicings and rhythms - play them exactly as the composer himself does. This Beach Boys classic from their "Holland" album was the most fun piano part of all of their songs to play on-stage with them.
The repetitive triplets in the right hand drive the song and sometimes change chords in anticipation of the beat, such as in the two Bridges, requiring a little more coordination and sense of rhythm than may be apparent at first hearing.
Another element that makes it such fun to play is the lush chord progression behind the lyrical hook, "Sail on, sail on, sailor" - extremely fat, lush chords, made so in part by the ingenious voicings that Brian Wilson used. You'll have every note spelled out for you, just like the Beach Boys themselves used. They taught it to me. When I toured with The Beach Boys, on "Sail On, Sailor" I played their 9-foot Baldwin concert grand piano yes, they carried it from concert to concert , starting the song off with the piano triplets.
This is the original Beach Boys' piano part played on the record by Daryl Dragon, better known as the Captain in the pop duo Captain and Tennille - all 52 measures, note-for-note, beautifully laid out with chords above the staff and even tempo BPM. If you've been wanting to play "Sail On, Sailor" exactly as it was recorded, here it is. Written by John Lennon, there is some confusion as to who played the atmospheric, minor-key Electric Piano part. There is no dispute that McCartney composed the part, but some claim that Lennon played it on the recording after learning it from Paul.
In an interview Playboy magazine, December Paul has said that he himself played it. This is a note-for-note transcription of the entire Electric Piano part. Although a fairly simple part, it is rarely played accurately. Here is your chance to play it exactly as Paul McCartney composed and played it. Issued as a single, the B-side of "Get Back", it was first released on an album in on "Hey Jude". John Lennon was the primary writer of the the song and played piano on it , one of the few Beatles' recordings to revolve around a piano riff.
Originally intended to be used in the animated film "Yellow Submarine", "Hey Bulldog" was cut from the American version but restored for the film's re-release. John's catchy piano riff starts the song; and although the part changes in the first Verse, the entire piano track continues in the lower mid-register of the piano - a lower register than is usually used in rock piano parts.
This is a note-for-note transcription of the piano part for the entire song - all 84 measures. If you'd like to play "Hey Bulldog" exactly as John Lennon recorded it, this is your opportunity. Paul McCartney said, "'Lady Madonna' was me sitting down at the piano trying to write a bluesy boogie-woogie thing It took my voice to a very odd place. Even though "Lady Madonna" is not boogie-woogie, the left hand is in broken octaves. And during the choruses the right hand has a nice line that moves in contrary motion to the left hand - a line that is overlooked by most pianists trying to learn the piece, as are grace notes liberally sprinkled throughout the verses, along with wonderfully effective rhythmic 'bumps'.
And of course the song ends with a classic honky-tonk type of figure , the perfect coda to end an outstanding piano part. I've never seen an accurate transcription of this piece before, but here is your chance to play "Lady Madonna" exactly as Paul McCartney recorded it. One of rock's greatest classics, "Let It Be" was written by Paul McCartney alone, with no help from John Lennon, and was inspired by a dream he had about his mother , who had died when he was fourteen.
He said she was the inspiration for the "Mother Mary" lyric, and that "It was great to visit with her again. I felt very blessed to have that dream. So that got me writing 'Let It Be'. McCartney played the piano on the track, using a Bluthner grand.
It is a simple, but very effective piano track. During the two instrumental Verses and subsequent Chorus after the Bridge, he expands the three-note triad voicings in the Right Hand into larger, higher four-note chords , and adds a few more interesting rhythm patterns , before returning to the simpler triad voicing for the last two Verses and Choruses.
This is a note-for-note transcription of the complete song - all 71 measures. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band", contains a wonderful piano solo, performed by their classically-trained producer George Martin.
Although a fairly brief piano transcription, only nine measures, it contains a number of fun elements: honky-tonk sixths and tremolos in both sixths and thirds, and a couple of classical runs, one a fast descending 7-note scale in tenths, and the other an even faster ascending note diatonic scale that ends the solo. It's fun to learn and play George Martin's exact notes on this Beatles classic. Two different recordings of "The Long and Winding Road" have been released.
The first, which included a large orchestra overdubbed by Phil Spector, was recorded on January 26, and released in A different recording made five days later on January 31, , was issued on "Let It Be Naked" in , without any of the orchestral overdubs. I am providing three transcriptions: the original single, the "Naked" version, and both of those together in one score. This is a note-for-note transcription of the piano part on the original single release - all 59 measures, the entire song.
If you've had difficulty in hearing McCartney's piano part clearly through the large orchestra, this is exactly what you need to play it precisely.
This is a note-for-note transcription of the piano part on the stripped-down "Let It Be Naked" version of "The Long and Winding Road" - the entire song. Although similar to the version, the piano part is not the same. And the two Bridges are in fact quite different. This is a note-for-note transcription of both piano parts for "The Long and Winding Road" in their entirety: the original version plus the "Let It Be Naked" version. The score for the version is placed directly above the version, so that the same measures can be easily and quickly compared, one over the other.
If you'd like to study, play, and compare both piano versions, this double-score is what you're looking for. This is not a transcription of the entire recording, but is a precise transcription of the main, repetitive 2-bar phrase.
If you'd like to be certain that your chords, rhythms, bass line, and kick-drum punches are exactly right, this is what you need. The main 2-bar phrase starts at The "12th Street Rag" was written by Euday L. Bowman in when ragtime was still the leading genre of popular music, and became one of the most famous and best-selling piano rags. Bowman had been a pianist in Kansas City bordellos, and he named "12th Street Rag" after a street in the redlight district there.
In Big Tiny Little recorded the 12th Street Rag with a small ensemble, including drums, bass and banjo. If you'd like to play the "12th Street Rag" exactly as Big Tiny Little did in , here is your chance.
Bill Payne, founder of Little Feat, has been a first-call L. When he was 5 or 6 years old he began lessons with Ruth Neuman, who would guide him through a study of the classics until he was At his very first lesson he played for her the theme from "Davy Crockett", which had swept the nation because of the Disney TV shows and movies starring Fess Parker.
At his second lesson she presented him with it handwritten, as he had played it for her. She encouraged him to play by ear but taught him how to read music also. In an interview Payne discusses his history with "The Ballad of Davy Crockett" and plays a brief, second improvisation that starts simple and child-like and quickly evolves into a Left Hand-octave-laden Gospel rendition quite unlike any childhood version.
If you'd like to see how a simple child's song gets transformed into a Davy-Goes-to-Church display of Gospel piano , this is a great example. It's an excellent addition to any keyboardist's repertoire: short, sweet, well-known, effective and impressive - and fun to play! An uptempo, very dance-able song, the piano, played by Nashville session player Gary Prim, is understated but in the third Verse the piano answers the lead vocal with the best piano part in the entire song.
This is a transcription of the piano part in the third Verse, plus the bass guitar part during that section. The piano starts in the low mid-register with a Charlie Rich-style riff , and proceeds into Johnny Johnson-style thirds and tremolos , goes into honky-tonk 'yodeling' sixths , and then ends the Verse with high thirds - lots of pianistic goodies thrown into a relatively short section.
If you're studying how to construct good, effective 'answers' behind a lead vocal, and how to effectively play 3rds and 6ths both solid and broken , this is a good place to jump in. The piano part in Verse 3 starts at The recording, produced by the great Phil Ramone, features both men playing two pianos at the same time - with Ray Charles' piano coming out of the left stereo speaker, and Billy Joel's piano in the right stereo speaker.
Ray Charles suggested to Billy Joel that they record a song together, and this is the song that Joel wrote for the occasion. It was very intelligently recorded, with each pianist careful not to step on the other's phrases until the Out Section.
The Intro and the Out Section have no vocals, and really highlight this wonderful interplay between the two master pianists. Ray Charles starts it off with a couple of chords, then Billy Joel plays a phrase, which Ray answers, then Billy answers - and that interplay continues.
This transcription only contains the Intro and the Out Section, for that is where the pianistic interplay is uninterrupted by any vocals, showing off each man's skills to best advantage.
And this is arranged for solo piano, based note-for-note on the original two-piano duet. If you want to play the two most fun sections of "Baby Grand" as a piano solo, this is exactly what you need. Here is the entire "Baby Grand" on YouTube. Most of the song focuses on the vocal duets, except for the Introduction and the Out Section. During the Intro each pianist is careful not to step on each other's phrases. That's not the case in the Out Section - each man cranks up the intensity and lays down some wonderful phrases at the same time as the other one is showing off.
This transcription is a note-for-note two-piano score that reveals every note played in both the instrumental Intro and Out Sections. One grand staff for Ray Charles' piano part, and a second grand staff for Billy Joel's piano - not a note is left out. And there are some very interesting notes indeed, including an awesome black-key glissando by Ray Charles in the Out Section, preceding the very last phrase in the piece, where Ray plays a G-chord riff in counterpoint to Billy's F-blues scale riff - and these two piano masters make it all work perfectly.
If you want to study in note-for-note detail Billy Joel's and Ray Charles' wonderful duo-piano interplay , this two-piano score of the Introduction and Out Section is exactly what you need.
Here is the entire "Baby Grand" piano duet on YouTube. He began the piece with a long solo piano introduction. This is not the entire Introduction but a part of it - 10 bars at the end of the Intro, just before he starts singing. In free timing, it includes some classic Billy Joel chord voicings and a fun two-handed run. This is a transcription of those 19 seconds - a nice Billy Joel piano moment.
In Billy Joel performed "Piano Man" live on "Old Grey Whistle Test", a British TV show, and played a solo that was different from his recorded version - a little bit 'jazzier', with some nice rippling 8th-note-triplet runs and octave flourishes.
This is a note-for-note transcription of two important sections of "Piano Man": the brief, unaccompanied 3-bar piano Introduction from his original recording, and the bar piano solo that he performed two years later live on "Old Grey Whistle Test".
He also performed it on the very first episode of Saturday Night Live in Starting with a very catchy - and rhythmic - piano lick, the song progresses through Choruses, a Verse and Piano Solo before fading out on the Intro piano riff.
The piano differs from most other pop piano parts in the way the Left Hand is used. Instead of playing rhythmic octaves mirroring the kick drum, Preston plays a non-stop series of Left Hand 8th-note chords. So that it doesn't get boring, the Right Hand throws in just enough syncopation to keep things interesting. And during the solo he breaks out into a very syncopated Right Hand part full of octaves, tremolos, rhythmic 'pushes', and honky-tonk voicings.
This is a note-for-note transcription of the piano part for the entire recording, all the way through the very last, hardly-audible, notes. Few pianists have had the technique and rhythm of Billy Preston, who was born with perfect pitch.
Here is "Nothing from Nothing" on YouTube. The month that Billy Preston turned 18, he recorded an album of Hammond organ instrumentals that raised the bar for rock organ playing from that moment on. At that young age he was already a seasoned veteran, having accompanied gospel singers such as Mahalia Jackson, Andrae Crouch, and James Cleveland in concert at age Born with perfect pitch, Billy was self-taught but by eleven was appearing on the Nat King Cole TV show and at twelve in a movie about W.
Handy Billy played Handy at a younger age. This is a note-for-note transcription of Billy Preston's complete organ part for "Slippin' and Slidin'". Starting at the very beginning with a growling, ascending palm glissando, Billy Preston uses the song to showcase his amazing bag of B-3 tricks, including his extremely 'fat' chords, 'crushed' notes, grace notes, tremolos, his amazing glissandi, etc.
If you've ever wanted to understand Billy Preston's style and be able to start incorporating some of his techniques into your own playing, this is just what you need. Billy Preston was one of rock's true geniuses.
The Beatles' asked him to play on some of their recordings, including "Get Back", "Something", and others; and he became known as "the fifth Beatle". This is a note-for-note transcription of the nine descending piano chords that start the song. And because Preston doesn't settle on one consistent way of playing it until the third time, I've transcribed all three different versions of that riff that occur during the song. If you've ever wondered just what Billy Preston was doing in that classic riff, and wanted to be able to play it yourself, this is your opportunity.
Check out the opening piano riff. The Black Crowes formed in without a keyboard player. For their first album they hired a studio musician, Chuck Leavell, to play piano and organ. The keyboard parts came out so well that the band hired their own keyboard player, Eddie Harsch. There is a brief, bar piano solo in the song where Harsch plays some terrific rocking, rhythmic licks. This is a note-for-note transcription of this second piano solo plus the following four measures after the vocals re-enter.
In against the better judgement of the record company executives, one of the longest records ever was released, Bob Dylan's "Like a Rolling Stone" - almost 6. But it climbed to the very top of the charts, making history. And although the organist, Al Kooper, had only been invited to the session as an observer, not to play, it became one of the Hammond organ's most famous songs.
The most important musical licks in the long recording were Kooper's indispensable Hammond organ lines. This is a note-for-note transcription of the entire organ part in "Like a Rolling Stone" - all bars. The album mix is long, but my transcription goes an additional nine bars, until the musicians stop playing. Kooper has said in interviews that since he had no sheet music to read from, as the musicians played he'd listen to the next chord change and then play - listen and play, listen and play.
This transcription details those 'upbeat' entrances - and the chords' cut-offs - precisely. And of course it also includes the rhythmic figure introduced in the first Chorus that recurs every Chorus more developed until the 4th Chorus when it is the dominant figure. Every organ note is included, exactly as on the record. If you've wanted to play the organ part in "Like a Rolling Stone" just like the record, or just study how such a classic organ part was essentially improvised on the spot, this will show you how it was done.
It is not clear who played the legendary piano part on "Rainy Day Women", but to my ear it sounds like Paul Griffin. Whoever played it laid down one of rock's most recognizable and classic piano parts - a cross between the Salvation Army and honky tonk. This amazing piano part is built around tremolos in the Verses , which sound like they are simple tremolos in 6th's, but they're not - they use an ingenious voicing that gives them more body than simple 6th's would, but less than a full three-note triad.
The Choruses also use similarly clever voicings that avoid full triads. Also incorporated are octave fills and some cool grace notes. This is a note-for-note transcription of the piano part for the entire song - all , which is measures long.
If you've ever been intrigued by Dylan's "Rainy Day Women", here is your chance to play it exactly as it was recorded. Bob Seger has written and recorded some of rock's biggest and best hits, and probably none better than "Against the Wind", recorded in Himself a pianist - he played on "Still the Same" - Seger has used some of rock's best session pianists on his recordings.
For the "Against the Wind" piano part he used Paul Harris whose credits include the classic Wurlitzer electric piano part on B. King's "The Thrill Is Gone". The piano solo is beautifully constructed and builds very nicely, starting with just single notes, then progressing to thirds, then to octaves, then to sixths, throwing in quarter note triplets and pianistic flourishes along the way - a very effective, haunting piano solo.
This is a note-for-note transcription of not only the Piano Solo but also the 4-bar Piano Intro and the first half of Verse 1, and the 4-bar piano break that immediately precedes the Piano Solo. Also included is a chord chart of the entire song. If you've ever loved the "Against the Wind" piano solo and wanted to play it yourself, this is your chance. Used in three movies, Armageddon , Mask and Reckless , it is one of Seger's greatest rock classics, and one of his own favorites, used as the opening song on his Face the Promise tour in , his first tour in a decade.
The piano part is classic Roy Bittan. It begins with an 8-bar Intro with the piano being the lead instrument, using subdued triads in the lower mid-register of the keyboard the highest note being an E above middle C, with most notes below middle C , with a minimalist Left Hand part.
But as the song progresses and builds, Bittan begins using full 4-note chords - both solid and arpeggiated - supported by powerful octaves in the Left Hand's bass part. He throws in his characteristic octave fills, sometimes harmonizing them by adding a third below the top note of the octave.
If Bittan is one of your favorite pianists and you enjoy his work with the E Street Band, you'll love his piano track on "Roll Me Away". This is a note-for-note transcription of the piano part for the entire song - all measures.
If you'd like to play the exact notes that Roy Bittan plays and study his style , this is exactly what you're looking for. Written by a Nashville-based country songwriter, Kenny O'Dell, who also wrote "Behind Closed Doors", the song lends itself perfectly to the Bland's blues. The recording begins with a cool, bluesy piano 'flip', then goes through the first two verses before modulating up a half-step and playing another, slightly different flip. This is a transcription of those two flips, plus a chord chart for the two verses between the flips.
If you're fascinated by piano 'flips' in general - and they are an important part of a pianist's bag of tricks - or just want to check out the unusual G min half-diminished 7th add 11 chord in the second bar of the first verse or the 9th-chord tremolos in bars 3 and 4 they're spelled out in the chord chart , this transcription should be a big help. The second flip is over at Over the years it has become the quintessential Halloween pop song.
The piano is the main instrument in the rhythm section, and uses a wonderfully catchy piano riff that is almost never played exactly right.
This is a note-for-note transcription of the entire piano part - all measures. If you'd like to study the way that early Leon Russell devised riffs and executed turn-arounds , or if you'd just like to play "Monster Mash" exactly as on the record, here is your chance.
Here is "Monster Mash" on YouTube. Though elegantly simple, it can be difficult to pick out. In many interviews Booker T. The line-up was Booker T. That rhythm section is the same group you hear on most Otis Redding records including "Dock of the Bay" and some Wilson Pickett records "In the Midnight Hour" was co-written by Steve Cropper - basically most of the records by various artists at Stax in Memphis, Tennessee.
This is a brand new note-for-note transcription of the Hammond organ part for the entire song, including the organ solos. It also provides the Hammond drawbar and percussion settings , and shows which sections are played on the upper manual and which are played on the lower manual.
You'll love playing this great old classic and having it sound just like the record. Here is Booker T. When asked what he feels is his greatest artistic achievement, Booker T. Jones said, "I would have to say 'Time is Tight'. Because of the simplicity of the melody. It's one of the hardest things to do, to write a melody that people don't forget. At that point Al Jackson Jr. After a couple of uptempo Verses, the song modulates a 5th higher for the Chorus.
After two Choruses in G and four Verses in C, it goes into a long bar Bridge with several additional modulations and lots of new chords never heard before in the song. Finally that extended 4-part Bridge breaks down into a bluesy solo organ for about 12 bars, appropriately ending the piece just as it had begun, with only Booker T. Although a shorter single version was released, this is a note-for-note transcription of the longer version , released on the UpTight album.
Released in in Boston's very first album, "Smokin'" is one of rock's most important B-3 organ songs. From its first entrance at until when it lays out near the end, Tom Scholz' B-3 is the main underpinning, ranging from Jimmy-Smith-goes-rock lightning-fast runs and "Phantom of the Opera"-type pipe organ chords to some of the most exuberant palm glissandi on record. Page: 1 1 2. Suol Summer Daze Wesendit Part Two. Sunset Files Vol 1: Sound Relaxation.
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