Michael Huang
THE GOOD OLD WEST
By: Michael Huang
Catalog ID: 343559   Duration: 1:02   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 105   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Folk Music | Traditional Folk
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A simple high spirited accoustic guitar piece from the good old west. Slow, Sweet and wonderfully pokey. Sittin' on the porch music, reflecting times past, watching kids play in the yard, or Mom baking apple pie. Song is written to loop. Hard times, dust bowl, dry goods store, 1930s and 1940s.   Keywords: Loop, Accoustic Bass, Accoustic Guitar, Hi Hats, Apple Pie, Farms, Kids, Nostalgia, Mom and Pop, Country Living, Okies, Dust Bowl, Pioneers, 1930s, 1940s



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