Ethereal and sentimental, this track conjures a unique magic with its interplay of texture and instruments. Bed of thumb piano, tubular bells, synth, vocal effects, acoustic guitars, bass and light drums. It has a touch of Africa.
African percussive underscore featuring Djembe, Talking Drum, Gong effects and an assortment of hand drums including Krobot and Bobo. Upbeat and energetic throughout, this piece lends itself well to location and action sequences, tension and suspense
Native American flute with primal, ethnic drums and dark, dissonant pads/layers make up this tribal/shamanic fire dance piece. The title states the mood pretty well. Use for docs, history, and many nature/travel scenes, or even mysteries.
Rhythmic African underscore. Djembes and congas, shakers, subtle marimba and occasional African flutes and chants. Dark, pensive. Voodoo, Tribal.
African percussive underscore featuring a West African Marimba called a Gyll and an assortment of hand drums including Djembe and Bongos. Upbeat and energetic throughout, this piece lends itself well to location and action sequences, light tension
Drone, tribal drums, shakers / rattles and wood flute in an earthy / earth / tribal track. Mystic, genuine, organic. Can be Native American, middle eastern / desert, south american / central america or other indigenous, aboriginal, tribe, primal.
A lush and rich Ethnic/World crossover track with a slight African feel, but really, this track can be used to illustrate any foreign, exotic place, rainforest, jungle or World Mystery - perhaps even a lush fantasy planet (E. g. 'Pandora').
Acoustic drum'n'relax music with distinctive tribal flavour. Builds slowly from simple and smooth drum groove with ocassional men chanting up to dense, almost trance like final of ethnic flute.
Drone, wind chimes and wood flute in an earthy / earth / tribal track. Ethnic, genuine, organic. Can be Native American, middle east / desert, south american / central america or other indigenous, aboriginal, tribe, primal.
Live, genuine African drum ensemble. Recorded live in one take by the Shabani Jabiri Bakari ensemble from Bagamoyo, Tanzania. Tembea means Walk, and this piece is inspired by the sound and feel of walking. Congas & bongos.