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Fusions of musical styles with a bit of punch

Tracks Listed In: Kicking Fusion

Preview Track Artist Playlist
Howlin McRastaman (14.05MB) - See more info.
Comical and head case, slapstick roots reggae / blues, featuring blues harp (harmonica) with a one drop reggae beat.
Would work well in any comic, light and happy situation.
 
Dave Yowell - 100%
Dave Yowell
Jaaza - no piano (16.64MB) - See more info.

 A frenetic, wild and exciting combination of Afro-flute, acoustic bass, percussion and jazzy drums.
Starts out medium to fast, then speeds up to a crescendo finale.
Very dramatic and tension building, would work well in a chase scene.
You should also check out the versions.
D. Yowell / Jerry Williams – 50/50

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

Xangô
Joy to the funky world (24MB) - See more info.

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A three part rendition of the famous Christmas carol Joy to the world by the English composer Isaac Watts .
Starts out very pompous and grand with full symphonic orchestra, then is joined by funky / soul electric bass and drums, then ends light and cute with bells providing the rhythm.The three parts create three different moods: the first pompous, glorious and grand, then a bit weird and alternative, giving a comic mood and finally cute and playful  the end.
There is also another  "straight" version which is part of this mixset with orchestra only (see below).
Dave Yowell - 100%

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

Dave Yowell
Kalimba Kool (6.64MB) - See more info.

Kalimbas.pngA bouncy, happy track featuring kalimba (thumb piano) with acoustic guitar, bass, drums and congas.
This is the main theme, check out the associated short cues and hits combo.
Dave Yowell 100%

mix set - zip archiveThis track is part of a Mix-Set - You can download all versions as a ZIP archive.
**However If you would prefer individual stems to create your own specific versions, please get in touch and I will send them to you directly, as fast as I can.

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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
Lost the Plot (22.9MB) - See more info.

Classic trombone led ska, in the style of the great Rico Rodriguez, some roots dub and crazy belly dance thrown in for good measure.

Happy, bouncy and energetic, this track is perfect for underscoring a humorous situation.

The instruments are trombone, horns, live drums, guitar, organ, bass and Arabic percussion.

 

Dave Yowell - 100%

Dave Yowell
Rekpete (22.31MB) - See more info.

Medium Tempo traditional West African Hi-life featuring Flute, Trumpet, Sax and percussion with a percusive vocal break in the middle.

 

Dave Yowell / Francis Fuster -50/50

Baranta
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
Salama Ya Habibi one-full version (15.33MB) - See more info.

"Salama Ya Habibi!"....."Peace, my love!" in Arabic.
Medium tempo, electro-organic fusion with lot's of percussion, oud and improvised Middle Eastern vocals, with the main line (Salama Ya Habibi), sung as a chorus at the end.
There are two versions of this piece:
 Version one (this one) and another version (version two) which is accompanied by an Arabian string orchestra.
I have kept them as seperate links to avoid any possible confusion.
 

mix set - zip archiveThis track is part of a Mix-Set - You can download all versions as a ZIP archive.
**However If you would prefer individual stems to create your own specific versions, please get in touch and I will send them to you directly, as fast as I can.

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Sultan Makendé
Salama Ya Habibi Orch-cues combo (12.8MB) - See more info.

"Salama Ya Habibi!"....."Peace, my love!" in Arabic.
This is a composite of nine short musical cues created from the main track.
There are also two seperate versions / mixes of this piece:
Check out the simpler versions with no orchestra: www.davetvmusic.com/details.php?file=1835
(I have kept them as seperate links to avoid any possible confusion)

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


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**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.

Sultan Makendé

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