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I TOUCHED HIS BLUE SUEDE SHOES - (by Steve "Daddy-O" Byers)  Year: 2011
Steve "Daddy-O" Byers Upbeat Rockabilly Song with that Sun Records vibe. Fits into the 50's-present as far as sound. Upbeat, fun track with a swinging sound, jazzy country flavor, also similiar to the genuine 1950's Rockabilly Sound of Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, other artists. Male Vocals, Rock, 50s Rock
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track (Rockabilly ) - Rock, 50s Rock
459329 3:18 Fast 152   
Variation - Pop, Pop Oldies
460638 3:21 Fast 151   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: I Touched His Blue Suede Shoes (Variation)
Catalog ID: 460638  ISRC: US5UL1112061
Description: Rockabilly driven instrumental with a cool rockin beat. Fits into 50's-present as far as sound. Upbeat, fun track with a jazzy type country flavor, combined with the Memphis Sound of Chet Atkins and James Burton. Similiar to the genuine sounds of the 1950's rockabilly sound of Elvis Presley, etc.

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Artist or Group: Steve "Daddy-O" Byers

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Keywords: Bar Scenes, Honky Tonks, Driving Scenes, Beer, Levis, Commercials, Nascar, Teen Beat, Teen Angers, Las Vegas.

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Pop Music
       Pop Oldies (vintage)
Extended Properties
  Duration: 3:21   Tempo: Fast   BPM: 151
   Arrangement: Quartet
   Instruments: Drum Kit, Bass, Electric Guitar
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Album: No Time
Moods: Adventurous, Bright, Cheerful, Cool, Driving, Energetic, Fun, Greasy, Groovy, Jumpy, Lively, Melancholic, Passionate, Patriotic, Proud, Rambling, Sensual, Sexy, Smooth, Spirited

Styles: 1950s (Fifties), 1960s (Sixties), Club / Bar / Lounge, Documentary, Film Instrumental, Honky Tonk, Restaurant, Rock & Roll, Rural / Country, TV Instrumental

Extended Keywords: Memphis Sound, Sun Records 1950's, Stray Cat sound, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash.

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