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Free And Easy 2 - 6 mixes

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    Free And Easy 1422/1 Philip Guyler (PRS) | John Stax (PRS)
    Happy-go-lucky, cheerful & feel-good whistled melody
    2:03
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-42201
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2009
    FactoidThe ampersand (&) was considered the last letter of the alphabet. It is a corruption of "and per se and" and was used for any letter that could also be used as a word in itself ("A," "I," and, at one point, "O") was preceded by the Latin expression "per se" (Latin for "by itself").
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    Free And Easy 2 1422/11 Philip Guyler (PRS) | John Stax (PRS)
    Happy-go-lucky feel good underscore. No whistling
    2:03
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-42211
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2009
    FactoidThe ampersand (&) was considered the last letter of the alphabet. It is a corruption of "and per se and" and was used for any letter that could also be used as a word in itself ("A," "I," and, at one point, "O") was preceded by the Latin expression "per se" (Latin for "by itself").
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    Free And Easy 3 (60) 1422/12 Philip Guyler (PRS) | John Stax (PRS)
    Happy-go-lucky, cheerful & feel-good whistled melody
    1:00
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-42212
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2009
    FactoidThe ampersand (&) was considered the last letter of the alphabet. It is a corruption of "and per se and" and was used for any letter that could also be used as a word in itself ("A," "I," and, at one point, "O") was preceded by the Latin expression "per se" (Latin for "by itself").
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    Free And Easy 4 (30) 1422/13 Philip Guyler (PRS) | John Stax (PRS)
    Happy-go-lucky, cheerful & feel-good whistled melody
    0:30
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-42213
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2009
    FactoidThe ampersand (&) was considered the last letter of the alphabet. It is a corruption of "and per se and" and was used for any letter that could also be used as a word in itself ("A," "I," and, at one point, "O") was preceded by the Latin expression "per se" (Latin for "by itself").
  5. 0:10
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-42214
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2009
    FactoidThe ampersand (&) was considered the last letter of the alphabet. It is a corruption of "and per se and" and was used for any letter that could also be used as a word in itself ("A," "I," and, at one point, "O") was preceded by the Latin expression "per se" (Latin for "by itself").
  6. 0:06
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-42215
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2009
    FactoidThe ampersand (&) was considered the last letter of the alphabet. It is a corruption of "and per se and" and was used for any letter that could also be used as a word in itself ("A," "I," and, at one point, "O") was preceded by the Latin expression "per se" (Latin for "by itself").
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    Big Fun 1996/6 11 mixes Tim Reilly (PRS) | James Scholes (PRS)
    Foot-stomping folk with catchy male vocal & marching snare
    2:50
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    Bring Me To Life 1652/2 12 mixes Lincoln Grounds (PRS) | Michael Craig (PRS)
    Sunny & uplifting nu folk with plinking, plonking, plucking & happy whistling
    2:41
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    Ditty 1980/2 16 mixes Duncan Pittock (PRS) | Mark Johns (PRS)
    Jauntily insouciant ukulele with a nonchalant whistler
    1:44
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    Happy Ever After 2605/1 8 mixes Philip Guyler (PRS) | John Stax (PRS)
    Uplifting whistle melody with upbeat strings, tuned percussion & tranquil ukulele
    2:16
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    Happy Folk 2564/5 12 mixes Chris Blackwell (PRS)
    Upbeat nu folk with heavy tom toms, whistles, glockenspiel & fuzz bass
    2:20
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    Having Fun 2510/6 8 mixes Terry Devine-King (PRS) | Adam Drake (PRS)
    Sprightly nu folk with happy whistled melody & handclaps
    2:28
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    Silver Sparkle 1691/5 8 mixes Adam Drake (PRS) | Tom Jenkins (PRS)
    Happy nu folk/pop with cheerful whistling & sunny acoustic guitars
    2:07
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    Spring Feeling 1925/4 15 mixes Christopher Brooke (PRS)
    Bright, uplifting, contemporary folk with handclaps & guitar melodies
    2:29
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    Start The Day 2359/1 7 mixes Sue Verran (PRS) | Philip Guyler (PRS)
    Relaxed, uplifting nu folk with happy whistling, claps & quirky percussion
    2:30
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    Sunday Strolling 2596/6 17 mixes Adam Skinner (PRS) | Dan Skinner (PRS) | Randall Breneman (PRS)
    Jaunty, relaxed singalong with guitars, vocal 'doo's, whistling & harmonica
    3:03
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    Sweet Summer 1691/9 11 mixes Philip Guyler (PRS) | Lincoln Grounds (PRS)
    Happy nu folk pop with hummed female vocal
    2:10
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    Whistle While You Walk 1652/6 7 mixes Philip Guyler (PRS) | John Stax (PRS)
    Happy-go-lucky whistling, folksy guitars, harmonica & percussion
    2:21
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    Whistler 2564/6 15 mixes Chris Blackwell (PRS)
    Light & catchy nu folk with whistling, ukulele, stomp feel & clapping
    2:02
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    Whistlin 2 2649/32 14 mixes Jeff Meegan (BMI) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | John Geis (ASCAP)
    Catchy lo-fi toe tapping American folk ditty with whistling. No vocals
    2:50
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