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  Guitar,  Keyboards,  Piano
Vocal,  Strings,  Brass
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         '80s Gold
   
 
  Title '80s Gold
  Artist Book/CD Pack
  Publisher Hal Leonard
  Product Code 740277
  Format(s) Melody/Lyrics/Chords
  UPC 73999402773
  ISBN 634079328
     
    Price: $12.95
     
 
Whether you're a karaoke singer or preparing for an audition, the Pro Vocal series is for you! The songbook contains the lyrics, melody and chord symbols for eight hit songs. The CD contains demos for listening, plus separate backing tracks so you can sing along. The CD is playable on any CD player, but it is also enhanced so Mac & PC users can adjust the recording to any pitch without changing the tempo! Perfect for home rehearsal, parties, auditions, corporate events and gigs without a backup band. Includes 8 fun favorites from the 1980s: Call Me (Blondie) Flashdance ... What a Feeling (Irene Cara) Girls Just Want to Have Fun (Cyndi Lauper) How Will I Know (Whitney Houston) Material Girl (Madonna) Mickey (Toni Basil) Straight Up (Paula Abdul) Walking on Sunshine (Katrina and the Waves).
 
 
   
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