Going Back To Memphis (1954) by Sunnyland Slim

Song Analysis

Audio information that is featured on Going Back To Memphis (1954) by Sunnyland Slim.

Acousticness

91%

Energy

47%

Liveness

19%

Speechiness

4%

Danceability

52%

Instrumentalness

25%

Loudness

91%

Valence

64%

Harmonic Matches

Find songs that harmonically matches to Going Back To Memphis (1954) by Sunnyland Slim. Listed below are tracks with similar keys and BPM to the track where the track can be harmonically mixed.

Track Artist Key Energy Camelot BPM
Black Snake Moan by Blind Lemon JeffersonBlack Snake MoanBlind Lemon JeffersonB Major21B145
A Spoonful Blues by Charley PattonA Spoonful BluesCharley PattonB Major31B110
Fixin' to die blues by Bukka WhiteFixin' to die bluesBukka WhiteB Major31B109
Government Fleet Blues by Son HouseGovernment Fleet BluesSon HouseB Major31B55
Homesick's Blues by Homesick JamesHomesick's BluesHomesick JamesB Major41B103
Fixin' to Die Blues by Bukka WhiteFixin' to Die BluesBukka WhiteB Major31B110

Going Back To Memphis (1954) by Sunnyland Slim Information

This song is track #13 in 1952-1955 by Sunnyland Slim, which has a total of 20 tracks. The duration of this track is 2:57 and was released on 2006. As of now, this track is currently not as popular as other songs out there. Going Back To Memphis (1954) doesn't provide as much energy as other songs but, this track can still be danceable to some people.

Going Back To Memphis (1954) BPM

Going Back To Memphis (1954) has a BPM of 112. Since this track has a tempo of 112, the tempo markings of this song would be Moderato (at a moderate speed). Overall, we believe that this song has a moderate tempo.

Going Back To Memphis (1954) Key

The key of Going Back To Memphis (1954) is B Major. In other words, for DJs who are harmonically matchings songs, the Camelot key for this track is 1B. So, the perfect camelot match for 1B would be either 1B or 2A. While, 2B can give you a low energy boost. For moderate energy boost, you would use 10B and a high energy boost can either be 3B or 8B. Though, if you want a low energy drop, you should looking for songs with either a camelot key of 1A or 12B will give you a low energy drop, 4B would be a moderate one, and 11B or 6B would be a high energy drop. Lastly, 10A allows you to change the mood.

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