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WEWOKA RIDGE - (by Jody Adams)  Year: 2009
Jody Adams A Native American and New Age composition that is full of emotion and raw sensitivity. Instrumental, New Age, Ethnic Fusion
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - New Age, Ethnic Fusion
349870 2:59 Medium 105   

Track Summary
Music Track Title: Wewoka Ridge
Catalog ID: 349870  ISRC: US5UL0906202
Description: A Native American and New Age composition that is full of emotion and raw sensitivity.

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Artist or Group: Jody Adams

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Keywords: Flute Guitar Violin Native American Drum

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    New Age Music
       Ethnic Fusion
Extended Properties
  Duration: 2:59   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 105
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Flute, Indigenous Drums, Slide Guitar, Violin, Piccolo
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language: English
Moods: Bitter, Bold, Brave, Deep, Disturbing, Eerie, Emotional, Flowing, Hypnotic, Inquisitive, Lonely, Mournful, Pensive, Primitive, Questioning, Sad, Simple, Soulful, Spirited, Sublime, Thoughtful

Styles: 2000s (Y2K+), Documentary, Dramatic Soundtrack, Entertainment, Film Instrumental, History, Section / Credits, Tribal, TV Instrumental, Worldbeat

Extended Keywords: The sadness and pain or suffering seen in the eyes of a parent - at the realization that their child must feel the sting of truth and life - is a hurtful and memorable experience. Wewoka Ridge was written with influences from Native American instrumentation, New Age acoustics-templates and acoustic/classical guitar seasoning and embellishments. Remember the first time you saw a tear fall down the face of someone you loved? …Do you recall how painful that was for you(the observer) that someone else was feeling a pain that (for the moment) you couldn’t heal? Wewoka’s Ridge produces that kind of effect on even the casual listener. Ideal placements for this composition would be very deep or emotional scenarios that require the pain of the here-and-now situation to be revealed in the music, immediately, but not overtake the scene or situation

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