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Our whole catalogue listed in alphabetical order

Tracks Listed In: All tracks in alphabetical order

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Soweto Jolly Jumpy Jive - Full version (39.67MB) - See more info.

A happy and bouncy "Soweto Jive" from Soweto, Johannesburg, South Africa.

The Uyolo Guys
Soweto Jolly Jumpy Jive - Instrumental (39.37MB) - See more info.

A happy and bouncy "Soweto Jive" from Soweto, Johannesburg, South Africa.

The Uyolo Guys
Soweto Jolly Jumpy Jive - Percussion groove (5.35MB) - See more info.

This is a short percussion groove taken from the main version.

The Uyolo Guys
Stroking My Heart With Your fingers (49.37MB) - See more info.

A soft, slow and emotional, sad and wistful piece evoking feelings of nostalgia, love, and drifting thoughts.

Dave Yowell
Tabu Tabu (7.97MB) - See more info.

Authentic African percussion with virtuoso djembe solos.

Baranta
Talking to my drum (8.41MB) - See more info.

A bouncy percussion based track, featuring West African talking drum, congas,  Brazilian cuica,  bells and shakers.

Sultan Makendé
Tekno Hekno (49.22MB) - See more info.

A fast.

Sultan Makendé
Teknotic chopstix (44.72MB) - See more info.

This is  a tongue in cheek, electro-tekno-schmaltzy version of "The Celebrated Chop Waltz", also known as "Chopsticks" in some countries, especially the USA.

Sultan Makendé
The bridal song-organ (21.51MB) - See more info.

The clasical "Here comes the bride" played on a church organ by the German composer Wilhelm Richard Wagner.

Dave Yowell
The bridal song-solo violin (18.17MB) - See more info.
An instrumental version of Wagner's most famous piece, played on solo violin.
Dave Yowell

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