Colin Ward
THE FLORIDA KEYS INSTRUMENTAL
By: Colin Ward
Catalog ID: 480665   Duration: 3:04   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 120   Vocal: Male Vocals
Genre: Pop Music | Tropical Rock
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An upbeat track featuring harmonizing electric guitars that switch to a laid back acoustic vibe for the chorus. A nylon string guitar plays a lead solo. A rocking track that contrasts the harsh weather of Chicago to the mild sunny days of the Keys. A background for a show that requires contrast.   Keywords: allman Strat Gibson rock steel pan Colin Ward travel climate hot cold snow



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THE FLORIDA KEYS - (by Colin Ward)  Year: 2011
Colin Ward A song about the merits of the Florida Keys. A contrast between the snow of Chicago and the laid-back warm lifestyle of the Keys. Features an aggressive rock sound with harmonized guitars until it reaches the chorus where the sound becomes acoustic and mellow. A travel piece or spring break show. Male Vocals, Pop, Tropical Rock
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track (Vocal) - Pop, Tropical Rock
480664 3:06 Medium 120   
Variation (Instrumental version) - Pop, Tropical Rock
480665 3:04 Medium 120   




Long Description: The Florida Keys Instrumental, Pop Music, Tropical Rock, royalty-free music, film music and flash music loops

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