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Driving jazzfunk, not too heavy. Piano, electric bass (acoustic bass solo in the middle), cruising drums and the slightest hint of a soft string pad back to soften it up.
Romantic track from the 60ies for huddling against each other. When reaching the climax the whole orchestra starts playing.
Imagine being visited in the dead of night by the ghost of a Burlesque dancer or by a post war German cabaret artiste. Meaty beaty big and bouncey. Huge synth bass, brass and jazzy big band groove based drums with a modern twist. Also contains stirring string section melodies. Goldfrapp would be an obvious comparison.
Sparse and emotional piano intro delicately builds with blues harp, synth pads and acoustic bass to create a bleak, sinister, mellow and melancholy soundscape.
Gentle acoustic guitar ballad. Nice as a background for anything genuine, country, outdoors, reflection and travels.
Guitar rock, not too heavy. Friendly, with a sentimental tone, as if about friendships, family, fond memories or young love. Great for TV and other media.
Uptempo, Los Lobos style Tex-Mex rocker featuring drums, bass, guitars and accordeon. Fast and fun!
canonball run; A short, fun, boot-slappin´, Yee-haw´in country hoedown. Also available in an underscore version without the lead telecaster.
A collection of 4 "stingers" in blues-rock style. (A "stinger" is a very short piece of music suitable for intro screens, scene transitions, scene-setters, company idents, etc).
Traditional country, bluegrass waltz, performed on Dobro, banjo, mandolin, guitar and bass. Live and authentic, american heartland country folk.
A happy and playful ragtime performed with a folky sound on three acoustic guitars. A fun, wholesome, feelgood American country rag.
A very slow folk / country / Americana track. Nostalgic, wistful, a little bluesy. Starts off with a single electric slide guitar, then adds organ, bass and drums. The are various versions available. The "No intro" version skips the first part with only the slide guitar. The "No drums" version (unsurprisingly) is without the drums.
A warm and reflective piece performed on clean electric jazz guitar. Elements of jazz, pop ballad and blues. A poignant, thoughtful, nostalgic, emotional and comforting track.