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ALL LONELY PEOPLE - (by Mark Taylor)  Year: 2010
Mark Taylor Melancholy Male Vocalist singing about the lonely, isolated people in the world. Features fuzzy Guitars, Electric Bass, and Drums. Sounds like Teenage Fanclub, Elliott Smith, The Beatles. Male Vocals, Pop, 60's Pop
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Pop, 60's Pop
398423 3:44 Med Slow 89   
Full Track A - Rock, Melodic Rock
385605 3:44 Med Slow 89   
Full Track B - Pop, Alt Pop
396367 3:45 Med Slow 91   
60sec A - Pop, Alt Pop
398431 1:01 Med Slow 89   
60sec B - Pop, Alt Pop
396368 1:01 Med Slow 91   
30sec - Pop, Alt Pop
396358 0:31 Med Slow 91   
15sec - Pop, Alt Pop
396369 0:16 Med Slow 91   
Ident - Pop, Alt Pop
396370 0:09 Med Slow 91   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: All Lonely People
Catalog ID: 398423  ISRC: USFTH0600240
Description: Melancholy Male Vocalist singing about the lonely, isolated people in the world. Features fuzzy Guitars, Electric Bass, and Drums. Sounds like Teenage Fanclub, Elliott Smith, The Beatles.

Social Media Link: http://www.audiosparx.com/sa/archive/Pop/60-s-Pop/All-Lonely-People/398423

Artist or Group: Mark Taylor

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Keywords: Alternative, Rock, Contemplative, Edgy, Ethereal, Emotional, Driving, Groovy, Melancholy, Passive, Reflective, Relaxed, Sad, Spacey, Dreamy, Depression,

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Pop Music
       60's Pop
Extended Properties
  Duration: 3:44   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 89
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Vocals
   Vocal Mix: Male Vocals
   Language: English
Album: Alternative Vol. 15: Mark Taylor
Moods: Calm, Confused, Dreamy, Driving, Edgy, Emotional, Ethereal, Groovy, Melancholic, Peaceful, Pensive, Reflective, Relaxing, Sad, Serene, Spacious, Thinking, Tranquil

Styles: 1970s (Seventies)

Lyrical Topics: Death, Friendship, Loneliness

Extended Keywords: Disappointment, Emptiness, Friendship, Loneliness, Death, Loss, Male Vocal, Electric Guitar (Gibson SG), Electric Bass (Guild) and Drums, 1970's

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