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A & DUB YA P - (by Kevin Reardon)  Year: 2009
Kevin Reardon Reminiscent of the uptempo country blue-grass stylings like Alison Krauss & Union Station, and Bill Monroe, and music from the soundtrack Brother Where Art Thou? This happy, upbeat, and down home music about old A&WP trains feels like a train ride down memory lane. Good for history shows/scores. Male Vocals, Country, Bluegrass
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Country, Bluegrass
527583 3:19 Medium 121   
60sec - Country, Bluegrass
605369 1:00 Medium 121   
30sec - Americana, Americana
605368 0:30 Medium 121   
Variation - Dramatic, Happy Music
605324 4:07 Medium 121   
Stinger - Action, Thriller Country
605371 0:08 Medium 121   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: A & Dub Ya P
Catalog ID: 527583  ISRC: US5UL1214583
Description: Reminiscent of the uptempo country blue-grass stylings like Alison Krauss & Union Station, and Bill Monroe, and music from the soundtrack Brother Where Art Thou? This happy, upbeat, and down home music about old A&WP trains feels like a train ride down memory lane. Good for history shows/scores.

Social Media Link: http://www.audiosparx.com/sa/archive/Country/Bluegrass/A-Dub-Ya-P/527583

Artist or Group: Kevin Reardon

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Keywords: country engineer train-tracks station rollin rolling whistle traveling history historical America countryside rural farm rails depot uplifting bouncy

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Country Music
       Bluegrass
Extended Properties
  Duration: 3:19   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 121
   Arrangement: Bluegrass Ensemble
   Instruments: Guitar, Banjo, Dobro, Mandolin, Double Bass, Violin, Autoharp, Hammered Dulcimer
   Vocal Mix: Male Vocals
   Language: English
Moods: Accepting, Caring, Contemplative, Fun, Heartwarming, Honest, Innocent, Lively, Longing, Loving, Nostalgic, Positive, Proud, Sensitive, Sentimental, Sincere, Sweet, Tender, Touching, Whimsical

Styles: 1930s (Thirties), Backwoods / Folksy, Dance / Folk Dance, Dance / Square Dance, Documentary, Film Vocal, Rural / Country, Travel Channel, TV Vocal, Video Games

Lyrical Topics: History, Music, Nostalgia, Old, Transportation

Cross-Reference Genres:
A & Dub Ya P
   Country Music
      New Country music

Lyrics
Verse:
We all waved when the train rolled through,
It seemed the neighborly thing to do;
The engineer, he waved right back,
‘Fore disappearing down the track.

Chorus:
A and "Dub-ya" P...
You're just a mem-o-ry...
Roll-in' through my mind...
Like the days I've left behind. (repeat)

Verse:
We'd put our pennies on the rail,
When we heard that lonesome whistle wail;
We'd pick 'em up, shine-y and flat,
Amazed the train could do all that;

Chorus:
A and "Dub-ya" P...
You're just a mem-o-ry...
Roll-in' through my mind...
Like the days I've left behind. (repeat)

Verse:
The trestle’s stood since nineteen-ten;
That train won't cross it here again;
The depot’s now a new cafe,
That tries to save that long lost day...

Chorus:
A and "Dub-ya" P...
You're just a mem-o-ry...
Roll-in' through my mind...
Like the days I've left behind. (repeat two times)
Extended Keywords: penny flat-pennies shiny boxcars café strings duet quirky up-tempo tavern bar celebratory fun drama indie action television commercial movie

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