Bamford Stevens
STREETS OF LAREDO
By: Bamford Stevens
Catalog ID: 486708   Duration: 3:14   Tempo: Slow   BPM: 66   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Americana Music | Patriotic / Traditional Music
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“Streets Of Laredo” is a popular Southwestern folk song. Our arrangement, which features solo rubato acoustic guitar, can be used to enhance a scene in a Western film/TV production and also can be used as background music for a movie or slide show that features original Western art or sculpture.   Keywords: Southwestern folk song rubato acoustic guitar Western movie cowboy shootout dramatic gunfight background segue burial boot hill Texas lore documentary travelog



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