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Music from north America Jazz, funk, rock, country and everything in between.

Tracks Listed In: North America - USA & Canada

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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
the daughter - guitars only (20.93MB) - See more info.

Relaxed and thoughtful, mid tempo Arab / Middle Eastern track, but with a relaxing blues / country music feel.

Al Finjan
The Daughter-Oud and guitars (21.38MB) - See more info.

Relaxed and thoughtful, mid tempo Arab / Middle Eastern track, but with a relaxing blues / country music feel.

Al Finjan
Three Stoned Mice (10.86MB) - See more info.

Groovy, fast ska based on the well known children's nursery rhyme " Three Blind Mice".

Clint Bilton
Tripping in the Park (30.55MB) - See more info.

 A soft, strange and psyychedelic combination of kalimba (African thumb harp) and swirling synthesizers.

Dave Yowell
Truce With Bruce (22.14MB) - See more info.

A fast and tongue-in-cheek, old school and dramatic underscore that would work well as a film intro / credits outro, or even a theme song, Inspired by the great Kung-fu hero Bruce Lee.

Sultan Makendé
TRUCE WITH BRUCE-cue 1-no vox (2.67MB) - See more info.

A fast and tongue-in-cheek, old school and dramatic cue.

Sultan Makendé
TRUCE WITH BRUCE-cue 1-plus vox (2.67MB) - See more info.

A fast and tongue-in-cheek, old school and dramatic cue.

Sultan Makendé

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