Sunday, 22 July 2007

Complete Ukulele Songbook


The complete TUSC book 4 is here! The book is a collection of songs requested by club members and so contains a very eclectic mix of songs. Some will work well in the club setting and others may not. Here is the contents of the completed book, with the artist who's version we have used, for reference.







  1. Banana Pancakes - Jack Johnson
  2. That’s All Right Mama – Elvis
  3. Dizzy - Tommy Roe
  4. Moonlight Swim - Elvis Presley
  5. Two Princes - Spin Doctors
  6. Dancing Queen – Abba
  7. Shine - Take That
  8. It’s Not Unusual - Tom Jones
  9. Beautiful - Christina Aguilera
  10. Two Steps Behind - Def Leppard
  11. Venus – Bananarama
  12. It's Getting Better - Mama Cass
  13. Puff the Magic Dragon - Peter, Paul and Mary
  14. Only You - Vince Clarke
  15. Amarillo - Tony Christie
  16. Jackson- Johnny Cash
  17. Roly Poly - Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys
  18. Ring of Fire - Johnny Cash
  19. I Will Follow Him - Little Peggy March / Sister Act
  20. I’ve Just Seen A Face- The Beatles
  21. Every Day - Buddy Holly
  22. Stayin’ Alive - The Bee Gees
  23. Got My Mind Set On You - George Harrison
  24. The Wonder Of You - Elvis Presley
  25. I Don’t Feel Like Dancing - Scissor Sisters
  26. Breakdown - Jack Johnson
  27. Paint It Black - The Rolling Stones
  28. Something Stupid - Frank Sinatra
  29. Smile - Lily Allen
  30. Reach - S Club 7
  31. Do Re Mi - Julie Andrews
  32. The Weight - The Band
  33. You Can Get It If You Really Want - Jimmy Cliff

Some of the keys have been changed for ease of playing on ukulele.

I choose the last two songs and so thought I would share the videos with you. First off 'The Weight', but not performed by the Band, in this case the video is of Gillian Welch and Old Crow Medicine Show.


And now The Band version in this case they are joined by the Staples singers.


Here is Jimmy Cliff singing 'You Can Get It If You Really Want' with Jools Holland in 2003. Look out of Rico on the trombone.


I will shortly be updating the TUSC website with this book and a few other bits and pieces but in the meantime;
BSY
Nipper
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