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ROCKING THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME - (by Pete Bax)  Year: 2014
Pete Bax In the United States and Canada, organ music is commonly associated with several sports, most notably baseball, basketball and ice hockey. The baseball organ has been referred to as "an accessory to the overall auditory experience of the ballpark." This is retro rock style great for cheerleaders, Instrumental, Sports, Stadium Organ Music
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701540 2:15 Very Fast 177   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Rocking the Old Folks at Home
Catalog ID: 701540  ISRC: US5UL1445515
Description: In the United States and Canada, organ music is commonly associated with several sports, most notably baseball, basketball and ice hockey. The baseball organ has been referred to as "an accessory to the overall auditory experience of the ballpark." This is retro rock style great for cheerleaders

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Artist or Group: Pete Bax

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       Sports Themes | Stadium Organ music
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  Duration: 2:15   Tempo: Very Fast   BPM: 177
   Arrangement: Solo
   Instruments: Organ
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Adventurous, Animated, Brave, Bright, Climactic, Dancing, Driving, Dynamic, Fast, Festive, Fiery, Gutsy, Haunting, Hot, Joyful, Lively, Majestic, Nostalgic, Retro, Stimulating

Styles: 1950s (Fifties), 1960s (Sixties), Action Adventure, Anthem, Fanfare, Rock & Roll, Sports / Cardio, Sports / Competition, Sports / Extreme, Sports / Olympics

Regions: Canada, USA

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