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#1: The Real Book: Sixth Edition

Posted on 2006-07-19 09:35:19 by invisaman75

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I guess because I have first editions of the first two volumes I never
looked into buying another &quot;Real Book&quot;. I was browsing in Borders and
saw the &quot;Real Book&quot;?!?! Now I know why. It is being publish by Hal
Leonard Corporation. I read a few reviews on Amazon but was curious to
hear other opinions of it. Did they correct some of the really bad
changes? Any more tunes? I am going to date myself and tell you I have
first editions of volume one and two. I purchased volume one for a
placed called the Bumble Bee Book Store in Boston. I think at one time
that was the only place you could buy it (mid 70's). I think is was
near Berklee but I am not sure.

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#2: Re: The Real Book: Sixth Edition

Posted on 2006-07-19 14:46:12 by Mark.C.Guest

You can buy mine. Errors have been corrected, tunes added (I believe)
and tunes deleted for copyright reasons. I bought it when I thought
that part of my RB had been lost in Katrina, but I found the missing
section. Make me an offer on the Hal Leonard book!

Best,

Mark Guest

invisaman75 wrote:
&gt; <a href="http://tinyurl.com/qh88a" target="_blank">http://tinyurl.com/qh88a</a>
&gt;
&gt; I guess because I have first editions of the first two volumes I never
&gt; looked into buying another &quot;Real Book&quot;. I was browsing in Borders and
&gt; saw the &quot;Real Book&quot;?!?! Now I know why. It is being publish by Hal
&gt; Leonard Corporation. I read a few reviews on Amazon but was curious to
&gt; hear other opinions of it. Did they correct some of the really bad
&gt; changes? Any more tunes? I am going to date myself and tell you I have
&gt; first editions of volume one and two. I purchased volume one for a
&gt; placed called the Bumble Bee Book Store in Boston. I think at one time
&gt; that was the only place you could buy it (mid 70's). I think is was
&gt; near Berklee but I am not sure.

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#3: Re: The Real Book: Sixth Edition

Posted on 2006-07-19 16:05:09 by jazzgeetar

I recently bought volume 2 and am happy with it...better than the old
volume 2 imho. Volume 3 is supposed to be coming too actually. Volume 1
is missing some stuff but also has additional tunes. Full House is one
in it I wish I had and I might end up getting it anyhow even though I
have the 5th edition.

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#4: Re: The Real Book: Sixth Edition

Posted on 2006-07-19 16:29:09 by momalle3

invisaman75 wrote:
&gt; <a href="http://tinyurl.com/qh88a" target="_blank">http://tinyurl.com/qh88a</a>
&gt;
&gt; I guess because I have first editions of the first two volumes I never
&gt; looked into buying another &quot;Real Book&quot;. I was browsing in Borders and
&gt; saw the &quot;Real Book&quot;?!?! Now I know why. It is being publish by Hal
&gt; Leonard Corporation. I read a few reviews on Amazon but was curious to
&gt; hear other opinions of it. Did they correct some of the really bad
&gt; changes? Any more tunes?


I have the Hal Leonard &quot;Sixth Edition&quot; and overall it's just much
better. There are a few tunes missing that I really like (days of wine
and roses), but the changes of the included tunes are just overall much
better. The missing bars of &quot;desafinado&quot; are back, the changes to
&quot;round midnght&quot; are way better, etc.

I wish this book would become the standard, but around here (DC) the
old illegal &quot;real book&quot; still seems to be the default postion

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#5: Re: The Real Book: Sixth Edition

Posted on 2006-07-19 16:35:08 by unknownguitarplayer

I don't know much about the Hal Leonard &quot;Real Book&quot; but I sure do
remember the Bumble Bee book store. It was a tiny, tringular shaped
store on Hemenway, right across the street from the Berklee bldg at
1140 Boylston. What a great place! There couldn't have been more than
maybe 1000 books in the store, but they were almost all music, art,
dance, mysticism and a few other select topics. It was the kind of
eclectic little place that's almost impossible to find today.


invisaman75 wrote:
&gt; <a href="http://tinyurl.com/qh88a" target="_blank">http://tinyurl.com/qh88a</a>
&gt;
&gt; I guess because I have first editions of the first two volumes I never
&gt; looked into buying another &quot;Real Book&quot;. I was browsing in Borders and
&gt; saw the &quot;Real Book&quot;?!?! Now I know why. It is being publish by Hal
&gt; Leonard Corporation. I read a few reviews on Amazon but was curious to
&gt; hear other opinions of it. Did they correct some of the really bad
&gt; changes? Any more tunes? I am going to date myself and tell you I have
&gt; first editions of volume one and two. I purchased volume one for a
&gt; placed called the Bumble Bee Book Store in Boston. I think at one time
&gt; that was the only place you could buy it (mid 70's). I think is was
&gt; near Berklee but I am not sure.

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#6: Re: The Real Book: Sixth Edition

Posted on 2006-07-19 17:27:10 by Joey Goldstein

invisaman75 wrote:
&gt; <a href="http://tinyurl.com/qh88a" target="_blank">http://tinyurl.com/qh88a</a>
&gt;
&gt; I guess because I have first editions of the first two volumes I never
&gt; looked into buying another &quot;Real Book&quot;. I was browsing in Borders and
&gt; saw the &quot;Real Book&quot;?!?! Now I know why. It is being publish by Hal
&gt; Leonard Corporation. I read a few reviews on Amazon but was curious to
&gt; hear other opinions of it. Did they correct some of the really bad
&gt; changes?

Yes. But they introduced a few new ones. By and large though it's pretty
good. Definitely the desert island fake book.

&gt; Any more tunes? I am going to date myself and tell you I have
&gt; first editions of volume one and two. I purchased volume one for a
&gt; placed called the Bumble Bee Book Store in Boston. I think at one time
&gt; that was the only place you could buy it (mid 70's). I think is was
&gt; near Berklee but I am not sure.
&gt;


--
Joey Goldstein
<a href="http://www.joeygoldstein.com" target="_blank">http://www.joeygoldstein.com</a>
joegold AT sympatico DOT ca

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#7: Re: The Real Book: Sixth Edition

Posted on 2006-07-20 01:45:39 by wkyee

On 19 Jul 2006 05:46:12 -0700, &quot;Mark Guest&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:Mark.C.Guest&#64;gmail.com" target="_blank">Mark.C.Guest&#64;gmail.com</a>&gt;
wrote:

&gt;You can buy mine.

I am interested. Email me wkyeeATbestwebDOTnet

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#8: Re: The Real Book: Sixth Edition

Posted on 2006-07-21 17:08:52 by charles robinson

I think that it will in the end because of it's availability but it will
take a while. It has some new mistakes of it's own though.
Charlie

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&gt;
&gt; invisaman75 wrote:
&gt;&gt; <a href="http://tinyurl.com/qh88a" target="_blank">http://tinyurl.com/qh88a</a>
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt; I guess because I have first editions of the first two volumes I never
&gt;&gt; looked into buying another &quot;Real Book&quot;. I was browsing in Borders and
&gt;&gt; saw the &quot;Real Book&quot;?!?! Now I know why. It is being publish by Hal
&gt;&gt; Leonard Corporation. I read a few reviews on Amazon but was curious to
&gt;&gt; hear other opinions of it. Did they correct some of the really bad
&gt;&gt; changes? Any more tunes?
&gt;
&gt;
&gt; I have the Hal Leonard &quot;Sixth Edition&quot; and overall it's just much
&gt; better. There are a few tunes missing that I really like (days of wine
&gt; and roses), but the changes of the included tunes are just overall much
&gt; better. The missing bars of &quot;desafinado&quot; are back, the changes to
&gt; &quot;round midnght&quot; are way better, etc.
&gt;
&gt; I wish this book would become the standard, but around here (DC) the
&gt; old illegal &quot;real book&quot; still seems to be the default postion
&gt;

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