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Big Rock guitar lick intro morphing to Funky-styled verses and Pop choruses. Vocal version: The King of Comedy
Instrumentation: Bass, Drums, Electric Guitar, Piano – Electric, Rhythm Section, Synthesizer
Composer(s): Collin T MacPhail, Rob Stuart
An uptempo 80's New Wave-styled Rock. Perfect for some classic-themed video games. Easy to loop. There are vocal intonations from the 3/4 mark. Vocal version: Hot Mess
Mood: Aggressive, Positive
Instrumentation: Bass, Drums, Electric Guitar, Rhythm Section, Synthesizer
This menacing Modern-Rock offering provides the listener some slow-building anxiety while providing a false reprieve in the solo section. Vocal version: Something's Kind of Weird
Instrumentation: Bass, Drums, Electric Guitar, Organ, Percussion, Piano – Electric, Rhythm Section
A perfect anthem or theme that presents a hip, modern and soulful musical landscape. A great bed for a video or corporate presentation. Smooth and funky, this composition can be both inconspicuous or used as the main theme. Think of it as a musical skyline that beckons the listener with anticipation.
Mood: Light, Positive
Style/Genre: Jazz (Modern)
Instrumentation: Bass, Drums, Percussion, Piano – Acoustic, Rhythm Section, Strings, Synthesizer
Composer(s): Mark Knox
This is how you feel when you've had way too much to drink. A comical musical rendition of a stumbling drunk. The instruments play wrong notes and there's an uneasy queasiness - the kind you hear when your head is spinning. Might also be used for a funny dream sequence or circus-like parody. comedy, novelty songs
Style/Genre: Jazz (Traditional)
Instrumentation: Bass – upright, Clarinet, Piano – Electric
As the title suggests, a driving and grinding big band theme reminiscent of the old-style 1920s and 1930's American Burlesque shows. A great music cue for a scene of that period or for a parody comedy scene. Also, a funny commercial showing something being "taken off." Pole dancing, flirty fun sweet, Burlesque Jazz
Style/Genre: Blues, Jazz (Traditional)
Instrumentation: Bass – upright, Brass, Drums, Piano – Acoustic, Rhythm Section, Woodwinds
A Japanese children's song about a hungry raccoon who lives in a temple and beats his belly like a drum. An infectious melody that almost every Japanese person knows. Even if you've never heard it before, it sounds familiar. Innocent, fun, and child-like with many different mixes - take a listen.
Mood: Comical, Light
Instrumentation: Bass – upright, Flute, Koto, Percussion, Shakuhachi, Shamisen
A feel-good musical journey to the countryside. Can also be a simple theme depicting a rural, folksy, or mountain area lifestyle. Smooth and pleasant
Style/Genre: Easy Listening, Folk
Instrumentation: Bass, Drums, Percussion, Piano – Acoustic, Rhythm Section, Violin/Fiddle
If Mozart were to arrange "O Canada," it might sound like this. A woodwind ensemble consisting of English horn, 2 flutes, 2 clarinets, and bassoon. A warm adaptation of this beautiful anthem was written by Calixa Lavallee in 1880.
This is the music one would hear emanating from an old-fashioned carousel with children riding wooden horses. This could also be circus music from an old calliope or steam organ. A great track for a commercial, film, or TV comedy involving a circus, children, or amusement park.
Instrumentation: Organ, Percussion