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Best discribed as an Afro-Cuban-Jazz track with nylon string guitar and trumpet solos (full mix). Lots of percussion to get your head bobbing and feet moving. Upbeat rhythm and catchy melody. Welcome to Havana's musical nightlife.
Vocals: Bass, Brass, Drums, Nylon/Spanish Guitar, Percussion, Piano – Acoustic, Rhythm Section, Trumpet
Tempo: Electro Jazz-BMI
Composer(s): Mark Knox
Instrumentation: Accordion, Bass, Drums, Nylon/Spanish Guitar, Percussion, Piano – Electric, Rhythm Section
A perfect track for a sensual moment. Hope you're not too shy, dear.
Instrumentation: Bass, Drums, Piano – Electric, Rhythm Section
Composer(s): Barry Matkowski
Let this groovy music make you feel alright.
Mood: Aggressive, Sentimental
Instrumentation: Bass, Drums, Electric Guitar, Harmonica, Organ, Piano – Electric, Rhythm Section, Saxophone
Forceful rock verses are followed by half-time faint choruses guide this tune about regret.
Instrumentation: Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Drums, Electric Guitar, Rhythm Section
No surprise that a busy bass leads this funky dance tune. But maybe you didn't see the harmonica coming...
A pleasant rock mid-tempo tune for a variety of happy and fun occasions.
A speedy dancy Rock-Disco answer to the song's title. Guitar solo in break. Vocal version: Can You Love Too Much
Instrumentation: Bass, Drums, Electric Guitar, Synthesizer
Composer(s): Collin T MacPhail, Rob Stuart
Breaking up with someone you still love. A speedy dancy Rock-Disco answer to the song's title. Guitar solo in break. Instrumental version: Can You Love Too Much #2