Highly energizing, this second-wave style ska tune conveys good vibes. The song structure is straightforward, featuring 60's style organ, electric guitar, bass, drums, and light scatting.
Happy jazz theme inspired by those classic sixties sitcoms such as Bewitched, I Dream Of Jeannie and Father Knows Best. Great for spoofs and comedy. Retro kitch fun.
A cute, non-obtrusive background piece for commercials. Light pizzicato bells and bass create a happy rhythmic groove. Subtle bongos and shakers push it along to the end.
A melodic country track with a train-like brush drum rhythm, featuring Dobro top line. Excellent feel-good material, great for daytime TV, fishing, outdoors, hobby, men, motors and leisure.
A light, fun and happy Reggae track. Available in two main versions, one with a whistling / whistle melody, the other with the same melody played on piano instead of the whistling. Cheeky, fun and care free.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Divertimento in D major, K. 136_125a I. Allegro. Arranged for string quintet. 100% live string quintet performance. Arranged and recorded by the Allegro String Ensemble.
Breakbeats and electro house / Dubstep elements combine to create a futuristic, urban feel reminiscent of Justice, Daft Punk or Skrillex. Ideal for use in advertising or urban fashion, hi-tech and computers. Underscore version has a more chilled-out feel.
Airy flute motifs and falls provide the melodies for this upbeat samba track. Fresh and exciting, this upbeat piece exudes a playful spirit as the flute solos over the pacey accompaniment. Celebrate in party style.
Traditional Polish Folk song performed with female vocals, fidel płocka, accordion and frame drum. Available as a vocal version, and an instrumental version with accordion lead.
Ska is a form of Jamaican music which began in the early 1960s. Combining elements of traditional mento and calypso with an American jazz and rhythm and blues sound, it was a precursor in Jamaica to rocksteady and later reggae.
Retro 8-bit computer gaming nostalgia. Actually composed and produced entirely using the built in 8-bit sampling sound chip in the Amiga 500 computer, back in about 1991.