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    Default Help to identify a blues instrumental piece

    Hi,

    I need help to identify a blues instrumental piece. The audio source is a radio program dated about 1990-1991, and was recorded from Spanish public radio broadcast. It was an album launched on early 90's or before.

    You can hear a short audio sample here: https://www.watzatsong.com/en/name-t...ne/510986.html .

    For longer audio samples, here: http://www.mediafire.com/file/hs92yq...g/Samples2.zip

    Any comments about the style of this instrumental piece will be appreciated.

    Thank you very much.

    Edit: Maybe this instrumental piece have been taken from a soundtrack, but I'm not sure.
    Last edited by blues76; 02-12-2018 at 03:28 PM.

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    Definitely a Country style...not Blues.
    I've never heard it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie chitlins View Post
    Definitely a Country style...not Blues.
    I've never heard it.
    Thank you Charlie, for your response.

    Now I wonder if this instrumental piece is a track taken from a library music record.

    I think that it's not too old, it's probably from 80's. What do you think?

    And, about the country style, any others details who can help to find it?

    Thanks in advance.

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    I wouldn't know where to start...
    Frankly, it doesn't sound that great...but it could be the recording.
    Maybe it's someone at the radio station's brother in law
    Are you trying to find this specific tune, or do you like the style and want to hear more?
    It sounds like 60's/70's Country style to me.
    I'm not super familiar with that stuff, but I bet if you find some Waylon Jennings, George Jones, Buck Owens, Freddie Fender....
    One of my favorite records of all time is The Blue Ridge Rangers.
    All instruments played by John Fogerty.
    He can get that vibe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie chitlins View Post
    I wouldn't know where to start...
    I can tell you that the audio samples comes from a recording that was made in about 1990-1991, it comes from Spanish radio broadcast, and it's a radio drama. I think that, maybe, all the music used in it has been taken from soundtracks.


    Quote Originally Posted by charlie chitlins View Post
    Frankly, it doesn't sound that great...but it could be the recording.
    Yeah, the audio comes from a audio cassette, and the conversion to mp3 hasn't been made in a very good way.

    Quote Originally Posted by charlie chitlins View Post
    Maybe it's someone at the radio station's brother in law
    Well, could be, but in that kind of program (radio drama), it doesn't seems to me.

    Quote Originally Posted by charlie chitlins View Post
    Are you trying to find this specific tune, or do you like the style and want to hear more?
    I'm searching this specific tune.

    Quote Originally Posted by charlie chitlins View Post
    It sounds like 60's/70's Country style to me.
    Ok. Do you know any good country music forum?

    Quote Originally Posted by charlie chitlins View Post
    I'm not super familiar with that stuff, but I bet if you find some Waylon Jennings, George Jones, Buck Owens, Freddie Fender....
    Ok. I'll try to find some stuff from them. Give me time...

    Quote Originally Posted by charlie chitlins View Post
    One of my favorite records of all time is The Blue Ridge Rangers.
    All instruments played by John Fogerty.
    He can get that vibe.
    Well, I like the Creedence, so it's sure it will be nice to hear it.

    Thank you again, Charlie, I know it's not easy to find this tune. I think I need a lot of time to find it. Step by step...

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    I'm pretty backward technology-wise, but I've heard that there's an app where you can play a song into your device and it will search the web for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie chitlins View Post
    I'm pretty backward technology-wise, but I've heard that there's an app where you can play a song into your device and it will search the web for it.
    I'll keep it in mind, It's another possibility to find it.

    Thank you so much.

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    Here's a new link to listen audio sample: http://picosong.com/wkLfy

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    There is actually an app for that. Shazam I think it's called

 

 

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