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MEMORY LANE - (by Colin Ward)  Year: 2012
Colin Ward A thoughtful folksy song about a high school reunion. Some thoughts on whether attending a reunion is a good idea. Pretty finger-picked guitar and subtle cello and strings in the background. Nice harmony vocals by co-writer Ed Swartz. Perfect for any show where a school reunion plays a part. Male Vocals, Folk, Contemporary Folk
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Folk, Contemporary Folk
524801 3:39 Med Fast 130   
Variation (Instrumental version) - Folk, Contemporary Folk
524815 3:39 Med Fast 130   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Memory Lane Instrumental
Catalog ID: 524815  ISRC: US5UL1212113
Description: A thoughtful folksy song about a high school reunion. Some thoughts on whether attending a reunion is a good idea. Pretty finger-picked guitar and subtle cello and strings in the background. Nice harmony vocals by co-writer Ed Swartz. Perfect for any show where a school reunion plays a part.

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Artist or Group: Colin Ward

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Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Folk Music
       Contemporary Folk
Extended Properties
  Duration: 3:39   Tempo: Med Fast   BPM: 130
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Guitar, Bells, Cello, Cymbals, Bass, Strings, Tambourine, Bass Drum
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Accepting, Anticipating, Anxious, Apprehensive, Beautiful, Bittersweet, Calm, Contemplative, Delicate, Doubtful, Dramatic, Haunting, Inquisitive, Lost, Melancholic, Moody, Nostalgic, Pensive, Sweet, Thoughtful

Styles: 1970s (Seventies), 2010s (MMX), Ballad, Drama / 30-Something, Drama / Mature, Film Vocal, Hollywood, Romantic Drama, Sidewalk Café, TV Vocal

Extended Keywords: movie tv film radio pop Americana James Taylor Harry Chapin Jason Mraz Mark Knopfler Jim Croce folk-rock get together

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