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  • 72 pages
  • Size: 10-1/2" x 6-3/4"
  • Artist: Jim Beloff
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Jumpin' Jim's '60s Uke-In is a collection of 25 fab songs from the 1960s arranged for the very first time for ukulele. It includes lots of big Beatles hits (All My Loving, Eight Days a Week, Here Comes the Sun, Michelle, Penny Lane, Something, When I'm Sixty-Four, Yellow Submarine, & more) as well as other classic '60s tunes such as: Daydream Believer, Georgy Girl, Happy Together, Moon River, Those Were the Days, and more. Features an appreciation by George Harrison, a foreword by Jumpin' Jim, a chord chart, and a groovy, psychedelic cover.

Features

  • 72 pages
  • Size: 10-1/2" x 6-3/4"
  • Artist: Jim Beloff
  • ISBN: 634006312
 
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Hal LeonardJumpin' Jim's '60s Uke-In Tab Songbook
 
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4.0

Lots of fun!

By Jerry_in_SoCal

from Orange County, CA

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Pros

  • Easy To Follow
  • Improves Musicianship
  • Nice Variety

Cons

  • Should Have More Songs

Best Uses

  • Improving Repertoire
  • Improving Skills
  • Learning To Play

Comments about Hal Leonard Jumpin' Jim's '60s Uke-In Tab Songbook:

Lots of fun for sightreading and trips down memory lane. The authors should consider expanding this volume. So much more good material is out there from the 1960s.

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5.0

Great book for hard to find songs

By SamTheRunningMan

from Horicon, WI

Comments about Hal Leonard Jumpin' Jim's '60s Uke-In Tab Songbook:

I bought this book for my girlfriend who is learning to play the ukulele and has been having problems finding songs to learn. The selection of songs in here is incredible! I was excited to find 'I will (Beatles)' and 'Sitting on the dock of the Bay (Otis Redding)' among a pile of great songs. Some ukulele books I've seen are pretty sketchy, but if you are a fan of good old 60's rock, then you will love this book.

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5.0

psychedelic hippie ukulele fun

By Happydog

from New Orleans, LA

Comments about Hal Leonard Jumpin' Jim's '60s Uke-In Tab Songbook:

Some very good arrangements of a lot of 60's songs. It is surprising how easily the Beatles songs translate to ukulele, and how good they sound (although I suspect this has a lot to do with Beloff's arrangements). This is a great book to pick up simply because you will stretch your chord vocabulary while learning tunes you are probably very familiar with. And let's face it, people don't expect ukulele versions of some of these songs, so the "What the..." value of this when you pull out the uke and start doing "Sunshine Superman" is priceless. I like it a lot.

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