Waves of Life is a song by Chris Geith used on The Weather Channel.
Composition[edit | edit source]
The song is 3 minutes and 26 seconds long. It started out slow, but then gets a bit faster as the song goes out. Acoustic guitar and synth are often used though out the song. Piano was mostly used in one part but is used as background instruments. The song ends with a techno like sound.
Time in[edit | edit source]
- The cut of this song used in The Weather Channel is 36 seconds after the beginning of the song.
Albums[edit | edit source]
Genre[edit | edit source]
- Smooth Jazz for most of the song. The last part of the song is techno.
Instruments used[edit | edit source]
- Acoustic Guitar (main instrument in this song)
Playlists used[edit | edit source]
- February 2008
Daypart[edit | edit source]
It was used in both daytime and primetime.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- This is one of first 4 Chris Geith music used on The Weather Channel. The other 3 were Restless Heart, Have I Told You Lately, and Luna.
- One of the few Chris Geith music to not mainly used piano. The other songs are Fountain of Youth, Allusion, Fast Forward, High Season, Tales and Legend, Heat Index, and First Gust. The acoustic guitar is main instrument in this song.
- This song was still used a few days after the March 2008 Playlist started. It was only used in primetime. After a few day when the playlist started, this song was removed due to not featured in that playlist.
Videos with this songs[edit | edit source]
- IntelliStar clip: