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Matata Mkubwa-Percussion - See more info.

Matata Mkubwa - " A big problem"  in  the Swahili language from Africa.

Sultan Makendé
Dream Time at Uluru - See more info.

Slow, menacing and pulsating Australian native didjeridoo with an underlay of sweeping and swirling electronic effects - Would work well in a tense or frightening scene.

Yidaki man
Did Jeri do? - See more info.

A pounding, fast combinaition of didjeridoo, heavy rock band and garbled  meaningless vocals - Has some tension and a bit frightening, but could also be used in an ironic comic scene.

Yidaki man
Matata Mkubwa-no percussion - See more info.

Matata Mkubwa - Big Trouble in Swahili
A slow an pulsating fusion of electronic synths, beats, and African chanting, giving a feeling of tension, anxiety, stress and wierdness.

Sultan Makendé
Matata Mkubwa-full version - See more info.

Matata Mkubwa - " A big problem"  in  the Swahili language from Africa.

Sultan Makendé
Matata Mkubwa-No vocals - See more info.

Matata Mkubwa - Big Trouble in Swahili
A slow an pulsating fusion of African percussion with electronic synths and beats, giving a feeling of tension, anxiety, stress and wierdness.

Sultan Makendé
Bridge Of Tears - See more info.

A slow, sad and poignant combination of Irish whistle and acoustic guitar.

Murlough
Giant's Causeway - See more info.

A mournful and sad, Irish Ballad featuring cello, acoustic guitars, mandolin, bodhran (Irish frame drum) bass and drums.

Celtic Blue
Catharsis - See more info.
Very calm and introspective solo classical guitar piece.
Mango Bongo
Bamboo Mist - See more info.

A strange and haunting flute played over a spacey electronic synthesiser, combined with a glass finger rubbed tone.

Dave Yowell

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