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GREEN GIRL - (by Greg Beattie)  Year: 2011
Greg Beattie The spirit of spring, young, lush, fertile and beautiful, fills the song with primal energy. References to nature and spacious acoustic instrumentals support scenes of woodlands, landscapes, country, mountains, nymphs, fairies and sprites and primitive spirituality. Male Vocals, Folk, Contemporary Folk
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Folk, Contemporary Folk
460190 2:49 Med Slow 100   
Variation (Instrumental) - Folk, Contemporary Folk
458547 2:48 Very Fast 194   

Track Summary
Music Track Title: Green Girl (Instr.)
Catalog ID: 458547  ISRC: US5UL1110352
Description: 2 songs in 1--atmospheric fiddles, acoustic guitar and lapsteel like singing whales in the minor key verse give way to plucky, energetic, folky groove with banjo in the major key chorus. Shakers, congas, triangle and electric bass hold rhythm. Great for a country scene with a contemporary feel.

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Artist or Group: Greg Beattie

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Keywords: Jangly Lighthearted Spirited Mysterious Fun

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Folk Music
       Contemporary Folk
Extended Properties
  Duration: 2:48   Tempo: Very Fast   BPM: 194
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Guitar, Banjo, Congas, Bass, Folk Fiddle, Steel Guitar, Triangle, Shaker
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
Album: Calaveras--Green Girl
Use Restrictions: Use in products or productions advocating racial, sexual or similar discrimination or bias prohibited

Moods: Atmospheric, Building, Buoyant, Cheerful, Curious, Dramatic, Edgy, Enchanted, Free, Friendly, Haunting, Jangly, Magical, Mysterious, Playful, Pulsating, Shimmering, Spirited, Uplifting, Whimsical

Styles: Backwoods / Folksy, Dance / Square Dance, Documentary, Family / Children, Film Instrumental, History, Nature, Rural / Country, Travel Channel, TV Instrumental

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