So....since one (Lead Sheet Book) doesn't exist yet, does that mean there's a void to fill in the GD world??
Some serious money to be had there I'm sure---might even sell 6 copies!
reminds me of a little story...
There was a guy on tour in the late 80s/90s named ArJay from Cincy. I had just joined Left for Dead and knew about 15 tunes (maybe). They wanted me to learn 100 tunes in 3 months (of course, one a day, right). Now I knew all the songs to hear em but didn't know how to play them yet, so that was a bonus.
Anyway, I'm bustin ass on it with next to no help from anyone in the band for a couple weeks and went on tour a little.
When I came out of a Landover show (Spring 93) I see this guy holding all these blue books. He wants 10 bucks for one. I look at it and check out a few tunes I knew already and everything was correct. I slapped a ten in his hand and was quite pleased. The book is/was "Whoa Oh...How Does the Song Go" (blue cover).....so, I'm at shows about a year later and run into someone playing guitar and selling the same books in the lot. I talk to him a while and find out he is ArJay (as I apparently bought the book from someone else slinging them for him). So I tell him how much his book helped me, etc and we start talking about tunes not in the book (I'd just figured out Lost Sailor>Saint too)----so, he gives me a new updated version of the book right then and there and I sent him the charts to Sailor>Saint in the mail....funny thing, I ran into him in the supermarket before the 95 three Rivers show and he told me he still didn't put Sailor>Saint in the book.
I do believe he told me he also got a cease and desist letter from GDM at some point as well. I have never seen him again. Cool dude who essentially saved me a LOT of time.
Maybe he's on this site??
And, for the record, I still have both books ( I've edited and added to them for the past 18 years too) and they've been indispensible for vocals as well.
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