What are some good instrumental "background" songs for a pumpkin patch?

#1
You know those places in October that have rows of pumpkins for you to buy for Halloween? I'm playing solo guitar w/ no vocals for one of those places. Any suggestions for solo guitar songs that I can play as background music? I have John Carpenter's "Halloween Theme" down, so don't suggest that. The lady says she prefers country, but she also said ANYTHING will do...and I personally would go with the ANYTHING option. Please help me out here, thanks.
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#3
What the hell are you doing at a pumpkin patch?

"Devil Went Down To Georgia" Charlie Daniels
#6
Are you supposed to play songs about pumpkins or for pumpins?
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#8
im playing both electric and acoustic...

There's people that come and buy the pumpkin's, so I'd be playing for those people i guess. Remember, it's like background music.

And yes, it is a terrible place to play..but, I don't miss out on any opportunity.
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#10
You want dark music? Play some Classical minor key piece.
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#12
First to mention Smashing Pumpkins! Aww yea!
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#14
there's an outlet on the outside of the building and that's wear I'm plugging in.
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#15
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Play stuff you would hear in cartoons about halloween. Nothing "epic" or anything, just stuff people would hear and recognize.
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Play stuff you would hear in cartoons about Halloween. Nothing "epic" or anything, just stuff people would hear and recognize.


good idea... what are some examples of cartoon songs about Halloween and what-not.
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Nothing "epic"


ts bring the epicness to their Halloween loving ears.
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#20
The answer to this one should be obvious: If she said she prefers country, then play country. That's how commissioned gigs work, and how you get more of them.

But that said, throwing in some campy halloween-esque songs would probably make for some good variety. The point is they're the ones hiring you to do this, so be professional and play what they're asking for.

This is really one of the stranger gigs I've heard of. Good luck though.

EDIT: play the Addams Family theme. Maybe the Munsters' too, if they have one.
Last edited by DeusExMachina90 at Aug 22, 2009,
#21
Quote by DeusExMachina90
The answer to this one should be obvious: If she said she prefers country, then play country. That's how commissioned gigs work, and how you get more of them.

But that said, throwing in some campy halloween-esque songs would probably make for some good variety. The point is they're the ones hiring you to do this, so be professional and play what they're asking for.

This is really one of the stranger gigs I've heard of. Good luck though.

EDIT: play the Addams Family theme. Maybe the Munsters' too, if they have one.


Thanks, I'm gonna need it.
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