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Tracks Listed In: Aggressive, Driving, Hard, Kicking, Upbeat

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Jazzy chops chopsticks (14.48MB) - See more info.

A jazzy and sophisticated rendition of the well known piano piece "chopsticks".
it is in three parts - bass and drums groove, main chopsticks melody, then a light piano solo in a style rememiscent of the New Orleans greats - Fats Domino and Professor Longhair.
Instruments: acoustic piano, bass, drums and bongos.
It would work well in a light, humourous scene.

The main theme is known by many different names in many different countries:
In Spain as La Chocolatera, in the Netherlands as Vlooienmars (Flea March), in Belgium as Valse de Puce (Flea Waltz), in Russia as Sobachiy Val's (Собачий Вальс, Dog Waltz), in Poland as Kotlety (Cutlet), in Bulgaria as Koteshki Marsh (Cat March), in Hungary as Szamárinduló (Donkey March), and in Majorca as Polca de los Tontos (Fools' Polka). In Mexico it is called Los Changuitos (The Little Monkeys), in Finland Kissanpolkka (Cat's Polka) and in the Czech Republic "Prasečí valčík" (Pig Waltz). In China it is called "跳蚤圆舞曲" (Flea Waltz). In the United Kingdom, the melody is known as Chopsticks.

Dave Yowell: 100%
 

Dave Yowell
Let's Go Kpalago (33.49MB) - See more info.

A fast, African groove based on Kpalgo (pronounced Palago)  from the coastal region of Ghana, West Africa.
Tight percussion, grooving bass line funky - hilife guitar and a punchy horn section.
The mood is positive, happy and confident.
Also check out the percussion only versions which could also be used in a more tense situation.

mix set - zip archiveThis track is part of a Mix-Set - You can download all versions as a ZIP archive


**If you would prefer specific stems to create your own particular versions, please get in touch and Dave will send them to you directly, as fast as he can.

Baranta
Let's Go Kpalago-percussion (10.17MB) - See more info.

A fast, African groove based on Kpalgo (pronounced Palago)  from the coastal region of Ghana, West Africa.
This is the percussion only version, check out the other versions.
The mood is slightly tense, and urgent.

mix set - zip archiveThis track is part of a Mix-Set - You can download all versions as a ZIP archive


**If you would prefer specific stems to create your own particular versions, please get in touch and Dave will send them to you directly, as fast as he can.

Baranta
Let's Go Kpalago-percussion-no shakers (10.17MB) - See more info.

A fast, African groove based on Kpalgo (pronounced Palago)  from the coastal region of Ghana, West Africa.
This is the percussion only version with no shakers, check out the other versions.
The mood is slightly tense, and urgent.

mix set - zip archiveThis track is part of a Mix-Set - You can download all versions as a ZIP archive


**If you would prefer specific stems to create your own particular versions, please get in touch and Dave will send them to you directly, as fast as he can.

Baranta
Marimba Rapida (10.38MB) - See more info.

Frenetic, fast, traditional African marimba piece, performed by the royal musicians of the Kabaka (king) of Buganda.
Buganda is the name given to a region of Uganda that has existed since pre-colonial times, originally the kingdom of Buganda.
This recording was made in the field in Uganda, close to the border with Burundi and was recorded by Dave's uncle, the late Robbie Robinson in 1962 on a Uher tape recorder.
 
Dave Yowell - 100%
Dave Yowell
Milo Jazz Rebel (5.72MB) - See more info.

Fusion of Afro Brazilian and African percussion.
Fast and energetic.
Dave Yowell / Francis Fuster – 50/50

Baranta
Old Torn Petticoat (9.6MB) - See more info.

A traditional Irish reel, happy and festive.
Instruments: Irish whistle, acoustic guitars, and fiddle (violin).

Murlough
Ring a Ring o Roses (6.01MB) - See more info.
 
A hard, driving rock version of the classic children's nursery rhyme, played live by a hard rocking four piece band.
The melody is played by a distorted electric guitar, in the manner of Brian May, and is accompanied by rocking rhythm
 guitar, hammond organ, bass and drums.
 
Dave Yowell - 100%
Dave Yowell
Run dont walk (10.09MB) - See more info.
A spooky and unsettling percussion groove featuring many Afro-Brazilian percussion instruments, including berimbau, sourdo, caxixi, pandeiro, bata, agogo and cabaça.
Would work in an action, sport or chase scene.
Dave Yowell - 100%
Dave Yowell
Sakanona Ya Mkono (21.88MB) - See more info.

A fast percussive underscore groove with some tension.
It has been cut up into various sections - underscores and cues -  with plus / minus instruments, to make it more useful.
The instruments are percussion, drum kit, bass, electric guitars, trumpets and  a tense drone in the second section.

Baranta

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