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Secret agent, spy, private investigator, whatever you call them, they all need a jazzy theme. Here it is - a big band track that just says... cool and confident.
Style/Genre: Jazz (Traditional), Soundtrack
Vocals: Bass, Brass, Drums, Piano – Acoustic, Rhythm Section
Tempo: Electro Jazz-BMI
Composer(s): Mark Knox
This anthem to the bud is led by its big chorus reminiscent of the late 60s/70s.
Instrumentation: Bass, Drums, Percussion, Piano – Acoustic, Rhythm Section, Synthesizer
Vocals: Female, Male
Composer(s): Barry Matkowski
The bass is big and fat while the piano keeps going on everybeat.
Canada’s National Anthem played by a contemporary brass ensemble consisting of trumpet, French horn, trombone and tuba. A modern and warm adaptation of this beautiful anthem written by Calixa Lavallee in 1880.
A synth-led strut Rock tune. Vocal version: I Wanna Be Your Girlfriend
Mood: Aggressive, Positive
Instrumentation: Bass, Drums, Electric Guitar, Percussion, Rhythm Section, Synthesizer
Composer(s): Collin T MacPhail, Rob Stuart
The relationship between straight women and the gay community. A synth-led strut Dance/Rock tune. Instrumental version: I Wanna Be Your Girlfriend #2
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
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.
Vietnamese folk song about a young man who imagines a golden wedding carriage being harnessed to a majestic black horse that will carry him and his bride to their wedding chamber, but all this, only if she would marry him.
Instrumentation: Bass, Drums, Flute, Percussion, Piano – Electric, Rhythm Section, Saxophone, Shakuhachi, Trumpet, Zither
Slow hypnotic chord pattern and groove softly contemplating life and death. Questions calling for answers.
Mood: Dark, Melancholy
Instrumentation: Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Drums, Electric Guitar, Rhythm Section