We're Holding on to What We Used to Be by Terry Eldredge, Bobby Osborne, David Crow, Gene Wooten, Sonny Osborne, Terry Smith

Song Analysis

Audio information that is featured on We're Holding on to What We Used to Be by Terry Eldredge, Bobby Osborne, David Crow, Gene Wooten, Sonny Osborne, Terry Smith.

Acousticness

82%

Energy

23%

Liveness

9%

Speechiness

3%

Danceability

55%

Instrumentalness

0%

Loudness

83%

Valence

42%

Harmonic Matches

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Track Artist Key Energy Camelot BPM
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Sittin' Alone In The Moonlight by The Bluegrass Album BandSittin' Alone In The MoonlightThe Bluegrass Album BandA Major311B110
Freeborn Man by Jimmy MartinFreeborn ManJimmy MartinA Major511B121
Carolina Moonshine Man by Lou Reid & CarolinaCarolina Moonshine ManLou Reid & CarolinaA Major811B160
Fiddlin' Bill by The Nashville Bluegrass BandFiddlin' BillThe Nashville Bluegrass BandA Major311B109
The Wrath Of God by The Seldom SceneThe Wrath Of GodThe Seldom SceneA Major311B98
Bill Cheatham by The Rice BrothersBill CheathamThe Rice BrothersA Major611B130
I'll Just Go Away by Dale Ann Bradley, Vince GillI'll Just Go AwayDale Ann Bradley, Vince GillA Major411B140
Hallelujah, I'm Ready by Wanda VickHallelujah, I'm ReadyWanda VickA Major811B149
You're Running Wild by Larry Cordle, Carl Jackson, Jerry SalleyYou're Running WildLarry Cordle, Carl Jackson, Jerry SalleyA Major311B107
Amanda Lynn by Lou Reid & CarolinaAmanda LynnLou Reid & CarolinaA Major611B104
Great Season Waltz by Sally Van MeterGreat Season WaltzSally Van MeterA Major211B98
That High Lonesome Sound by The Nashville Bluegrass BandThat High Lonesome SoundThe Nashville Bluegrass BandA Major411B113
Cumberland Gap by Snuffy JenkinsCumberland GapSnuffy JenkinsA Major711B138
I Believe In You Darling by The Bluegrass Album BandI Believe In You DarlingThe Bluegrass Album BandA Major311B115
Free Born Man by Jimmy MartinFree Born ManJimmy MartinA Major711B131
I Saw The Light by Carl StoryI Saw The LightCarl StoryA Major511B118
Cherokee Shuffle by Sally Van MeterCherokee ShuffleSally Van MeterA Major611B140
Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms by Bluegrass InvasionRoll In My Sweet Baby's ArmsBluegrass InvasionA Major811B160
Fireball Mail by Lonesome River BandFireball MailLonesome River BandA Major811B122
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We're Holding on to What We Used to Be by Terry Eldredge, Bobby Osborne, David Crow, Gene Wooten, Sonny Osborne, Terry Smith Information

This song is track #9 in Making the Rounds by Terry Eldredge, Bobby Osborne, David Crow, Gene Wooten, Sonny Osborne, Terry Smith, which has a total of 12 tracks. The duration of this track is 4:21 and was released on October 15, 1994. As of now, this track is currently not as popular as other songs out there. We're Holding on to What We Used to Be doesn't provide as much energy as other songs but, this track can still be danceable to some people.

We're Holding on to What We Used to Be BPM

We're Holding on to What We Used to Be has a BPM of 98. Since this track has a tempo of 98, the tempo markings of this song would be Andante (at a walking pace). Overall, we believe that this song has a slow tempo.

We're Holding on to What We Used to Be Key

The key of We're Holding on to What We Used to Be is A Major. In other words, for DJs who are harmonically matchings songs, the Camelot key for this track is 11B. So, the perfect camelot match for 11B would be either 11B or 12A. While, 12B can give you a low energy boost. For moderate energy boost, you would use 8B and a high energy boost can either be 1B or 6B. Though, if you want a low energy drop, you should looking for songs with either a camelot key of 11A or 10B will give you a low energy drop, 2B would be a moderate one, and 9B or 4B would be a high energy drop. Lastly, 8A allows you to change the mood.

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