A nice little 85 BMP piece with guitar, piano, bass, and flute. Kind of jazzy and slightly blues-y with a more rocking beat. The bass in this piece is actually a sample from an 18th century double bass. Most latin players aren't likely to be on one of these... but it was the only one I had at the time.
This one was designed to be played at low volumes under people doing things like talking or fixing broken PS4s. Spicy, spicy broken PS4s. Mmmm.... Latin music can be really effective when used in visual content. This piece is just plain latin! No big changes throughout the song.
An experiment in reverb. The piece itself has two Spanish guitars with lots of different percussion backings. The congas are definitely reverb-affected more noticeably than the bells or cymbals.
Sort of Spanish, sort of Tom Waits. This one is hard to classify.
When I think of Cuba, I think of one thing; Nickel mines! Moa, Cuba (aka "The Sudbury of the Caribbean") has had Canadian assistance in its mining for quite some time now. From what I can tell, it is much better for Canadian companies to poison far-away water than Canadian water. Makes sense!
What makes a Bossa Nova a Bossa Nova? Whatever it is, this has it double! Or maybe it is just compensating for its relatively simple chord progression. Enjoy your Bossa! Probably. Probably a Bossa Nova.
A tango in 2 chords. Which is all you need, right? Kinda suspenseful, kinda interesting. I'm sure this would fit a lot of places.
Very short and energetic piece - but it can be easily looped, the end lines up perfectly with the beginning.
Is it a samba? Probably. It also depends on how broadly you define a samba. Percussion comes in heavy later in the piece with a pile of street drummers for a thicker feel. I'm having a hard time describing the exact groove of this piece. "Slightly whiter than average samba"? You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
A basic comparsa. Cheerful background music for anything cheerful!
Latin guitar music! Amazing what one guy can do with one guitar.
I'm gonna come clean here. I have no idea what this is. Mexican? Maybe? Dance music? Drinking music? I don't even understand what this would do culturally.
Cinematic 421 Experimental 326 Contemporary 246 Electronica 218 Unclassifiable 179 Piano 163 Classical 162 World 140 Modern 96 Silent Film Score 85 Lounge/Relax 81 Rock 81 Jazz 73 Funk 47 African 39 FX/Sounds 36 Folk 31 Musical 30 Latin 27 Dance/Club 24 Blues 23 Radio Drama 21 Reggae 21 Holiday 19 Ballroom dancing 18 Polka 15 Pop 15 HipHop/Rap 8 Voiceover 7 Drum & Bass 4 Ska 3 Dubstep 1