A popular garden state instrumental that sounds like the original Garden State Suite but is in fact the “songs of the wild” from the 1930s is about to get the axe.
The song is a favorite among fans of the movie and its soundtrack, but a new report from the Garden State Conservancy (GSC) shows it’s going the way of other popular music in the state.
The report notes that the song was in a popular garden music video and featured on a popular Garden State TV show.
The video, titled “Songs of The Wild,” was filmed in Garden State Park and featured the song along with a number of other Garden State music classics.
The songs “Wild Man” and “Wet and Wild” are among the favorites.GSC’s report notes it’s possible the song is in a video still or is an alternate version of the songs.
The Conservancy did not say if the song could have been the “official” Garden State soundtrack.
It also noted the song has no official official musical score, but was originally recorded by the Garden Department of Parks and Recreation in the 1930’s and 1940s.
Garden Department of Park and Recreation director Mark Smith said the song “was just a song about being out and about in the world.”
Smith told us the video was a hit and he has a song in his vault of all the songs he’s worked on.
Smith said he hasn’t heard any complaints about the song in years.
The Conservancy report also notes the song’s popularity in the 1980s.
In the 1980’s, the Garden Dept. of Parks & Recreation commissioned the video.
Smith said he believes the song sounds like it could have gone out of style as a song but people were still going to the park in the 1950’s and 1960’s.
“We think people are still going out and enjoying themselves at Garden State, which is why we’ve been working to keep it alive,” Smith said.
The Garden State Music Center is the state’s largest recording studio and one of the most popular music venues in the Garden state.
In a statement to the Garden Star, the Department of Arts and Culture of the Garden of Eden said, “We appreciate the support and affection that the Garden Conservancy has shown for this great musical and cultural resource.”
The Garden Department told us it’s working to find a new home for the song and will be hosting an event this fall to celebrate its 30th anniversary.
The Department also said the Department would not be commenting on the report because the issue is under review.
The department did not provide a response to the report, and the Department could not be reached for comment.