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A very cool and groovy guitar
Beautiful pianosong with a catchy tune, in the middle part chilling groove variations, in the end again open and meditative
Its raining outside, while indoors a pensive piano is played. In the B-part comes in an acoustic guitar, piano brings emphasis into the game, an e-guitar supports them all.
Unobtrusive background with refined sound pictures, swinging Latin-Pop, combo cast
City at night, with façades in neon look, located at the Alexanderplatz in Berllin. Good for image collages with a shaky handcamera and quick cuts
The Christmas classic in a Glenn Miller version.
Thoughtful, reflective piano lounge music creates a nice atmosphere and a positive flow.
There he sits again, on the docks watching the ships passing by, hommage to Otis Variation Nr.1
Tribute to the sound of a city
More playful variation of the title Easy, with guitar/piano question and answer.
A dreamjourney back to ones own childhood, playing under a blue summer sky amidst a colorful field of flowers.
Piano variation of the track Heartbeat. Solo piano in a large concert room accompanied by a large string ensemble, before the second part comes in.
A wavering Fender Rhodes and beautiful interactions reminds of Pink Floyds Breathe, supplemented by modern hybrid- drums
Warm Fender Rhodes in a trippy jamsession. Cool down part behind. No repetitions.
Do not worry - the piano reappears, from 1:04, and stamps itself with a open melody line
laidback piano with percussive groove, easy and warm
Feelgood-pop featuring guitar licks and a question/answer game between synthie and guitar
Fractional drums over a warm Moog bass. A touch of Zeitgeist. From min 1:30 the beat walks uninterrupted throughout the track.
Ode to Spring, easy and readily served
XL-track - soft and gentle lines, a delicate piano in front of floating pads and nature sounds
Classical action package, piano and strings in a pure dialogue, short and to the point
Put on your cloud shoes and off you go for a crazy assumption