1960s club-style jazz. This pairs well with the White Russian cocktail and a Lucky Strike. Also pretty decent for establishing shots, and anything sci-fi that has a retro party.
Light and bouncy. A little electronica. A little jazz. For whenever you need jazzy electronica!
I say! It is such a lovely brisk day! Aren't the horses lovely? I mean... look at all the horseness they have! They are scoring quite high on the horse-o-meters today! Nothing bovine on this street, Nay! ... ... ... Wait... I was trying to make a joke involving a horse's "neigh" combined with the archaic positive/negative usage of "nay". Then everything went wrong, and I said almost the opposite of the intention. So, without the joke: Picture a street where the only animals are the horsiest of horses... No cows or pigs. Okay, there are two dogs... but one of them is pretty small... and you can see a cat in one of the windows... but MOSTLY horses. If you added up the weights of all the non-horse, non-humans in the picture, they would weigh less than one horse.
Just a nice little jazz piece. A slower version is also available.
Slow walking bass, drums follow along sparely, with a cool Vibe melody.
Lumbering tuba-driven tune with heavy back beat appropriate for character underscore. Ends Abruptly.
Ambient jazz piece! Put this in the background of mysterious, elegant content! This kind of music is very healthy for your brain.
Written as a laid-back background for a film where a calming feel was needed.
The electric piano alternates between playing the rhythm and creating a sliding melody, while trumpets sound in the background, sometimes stealing the melody. The percussion makes for a toe-tapping good time. This is useful for the closing segment of a TV show, game, or transition. Cleanly loopable.
Hideously happy and funky Latin piece with jazz elements! Nice trombone solo. Lots of auxiliary percussion.
What's the difference between a dead frog in the road, and a dead trombone player in the road? The frog was probably going to a gig! Hah! Get it? Well... it took me 8 years to get it, so let me explain. When you go out hunting frogs, that is called "gigging". Gigging is bad for a frog. When you go out playing an instrument in a band for money, that is called "gigging". Gigging is good for a trombone player... but man, you gotta be good. You pretty much need a bass player and a drummer... not many people need a trombone player, so they typically don't get many gigs... Did I explain that right? Wait, let me start over...
Just your run of the mill nice jazz; processed to sound a lot older than it is.
Cool background jazz sound with additional mechanical clicks and beeping.
Off-center feeling film noir-like piece with a continually changing time signature. "Something is amiss on the streets. My job is to figure that out."
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