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dum m ie s.co m http://www.dummies.co m/ho w-to /co ntent/10-great-reco rdings-fo r-each-type-o f-keybo ard.html 10 Great Recordings for Each Type of Keyboard f rom Keyboard For Dummies If you're looking f or inspiration f rom great songs but don't know what pieces highlight your particular type of keyboard, the f ollowing lists will set you on the right path. Each list presents ten songs that f eature a specif ic type or f amily of keyboard. T hese lists aren't ranked; no one entry is better
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  dummies.com http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/10-great-recordings-for-each-type-of-keyboard.html 10 Great Recordings for Each Type of Keyboard from Keyboard For DummiesIf you're looking for inspiration from great songs but don't know what pieces highlight your particular typeof keyboard, the following lists will set you on the right path. Each list presents ten songs that feature aspecific type or family of keyboard. These lists aren't ranked; no one entry is better than another. They'recompiled only to make you aware of songs. Be sure to listen to the songs, buy the ones you like, and learnhow to play them. Six top ten lists in one: what a bargain! 10 piano songs/pieces Angry Young Man — Billy Joel Moonlight Sonata — Ludwig van Beethoven Jessica — The Allman Brothers Band (featuring Chuck Leavell) Bridge Over Troubled Water — Simon & Garfunkel (beautiful intro by Larry Knechtel) I Loves You, Porgy — Bill Evans ( Sunday at the Village Vanguard  ) Take a Pebble — Emerson, Lake & Palmer  My Song — Keith Jarrett ( The Carnegie Hall Concert  ) Tiger Rag — Art Tatum Bennie and the Jets — Elton John Tipitina — Professor Longhair  10 Rhodes electric piano songs Living For The City — Stevie Wonder  Red Baron — Billy Cobham (featuring Jan Hammer) Cause We Ended As Lovers — Jeff Beck Butterfly — Herbie Hancock Get Back — The Beatles (featuring Billy Preston's classic solo) Riders On the Storm — The Doors Spain — Chick Corea Angela — Bob James Boogie Woogie Waltz — Weather Report (great wah-wah effect use!) Sheep — Pink Floyd 10 Wurlitzer electric piano songs  What'd I Say — Ray Charles The Logical Song — Supertramp Put It Where You Want It — The Crusaders Mercy, Mercy, Me — Cannonball Adderley Mama Told Me Not To Come — Three Dog Night Pretzel Logic — Steely Dan I Heard It Through the Grapevine — Marvin Gaye Stay With Me — Faces Money — Pink Floyd Waiting For a Girl Like You — Foreigner  10 Clavinet songs Superstition — Stevie Wonder  Trampled Under Foot — Led Zeppelin Outa-Space — Billy Preston Tell Me Something Good — Rufus Green Earrings — Steely Dan Thelonius — Jeff Beck You Haven't Done Nothing — Stevie Wonder  Up On Cripple Creek — The Band Exodus — Bob Marley & Wailers Echidna's Arf (Of You) — Frank Zappa 10 organ songs Green Onions — Booker T. & the MG's Born To Be Wild — Steppenwolf  The Champ — Jimmy Smith Rondo — Keith Emerson Green-Eyed Lady — Sugarloaf  Light My Fire — The Doors A Whiter Shade Of Pale — Procol Harum Squib Cakes — Tower Of Power   Chest Fever — The Band Hot 'Lanta — The Allman Brothers Band 10 synth songs Switched On Bach  — Wendy Carlos (the whole album!) Fanfare For the Common Man — Emerson, Lake & Palmer  On the Run — Pink Floyd Frankenstein — Edgar Winter Group Radioactivity — Kraftwerk Snowflakes Are Dancing — Tomita Chameleon — Herbie Hancock Lucky Man — Emerson, Lake & Palmer  Sweet Dreams — The Eurythmics Oxygene (Part 4) — Jean-Michel Jarre
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