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Welcome to Amazing World Music's - Production Music Catalogue.

A rapidly growing collection of weird and wonderful music from around the world,
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The birthplace of all music - A world of vibrant music from the North African deserts, through the lush tropical forrests of the Congo basin, all the way down to the pulsating Zulu heartlands. Get your hands on some grooving rhythms and melodies.

Tracks Listed In: African music

Preview Track Artist
Laid Back 'n grooving - no bass (10.36MB) -

jJacuipe Beach

A light and groovy acoustic piece featuring Afro-Latin / Caribbean percussion and acoustic guitar.

Gives a feeling of tropical beaches, palm trees, and relaxing times.

Check out the other full version with bass.

Dave Yowell - 100%

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

Sultan Makendé
Laid back n' grooving - full version (9.58MB) -

Jacuipe beach
A light and groovy acoustic piece featuring Afro-Latin / Caribbean percussion and acoustic guitar.
Gives a feeling of tropical beaches, palm trees, and relaxing times.
Check out the other version minus bass.

Dave Yowell - 100%

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

 

Sultan Makendé
Left Man Right Man (9.28MB) -

Hot tropical salsa, jazzy and groovy, loaded with funky horns and bouncing percussion.
Dave Yowell / Francis Fuster 50-50%
 

Baranta
Let's Go Kpalago - Full version (41.75MB) -

A fast and furious, jazzy groove with loads of percussion, drums, bass, keyboard and a full horn section with jazzy solos. "Kpalago" is a rhythm from the coastal regions of Ghana, but similar rhythms can be found on the coast all along West Africa. This track would work well in any comic / chase / upbeat scene and need not be limited to something "West African". Another shorter version is also available in this collection with no jazzy solos, should you wish to just have the main groove bubbling under your scene.

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

Baranta
Let's Go Kpalago - Short version-no solos (18.46MB) -

A fast and furious, jazzy groove with loads of percussion, drums, bass, keyboard and a full horn section.
"Kpalago" is a rhythm from the coastal regions of Ghana, but similar rhythms can be found on the coast all along West Africa. This track would work well in any comic / chase / upbeat scene and need not be limited to something "West African". Another longer version is also available in this collection with virtuoso jazzy solos, should you wish to have a bit more action bubbling under your scene.

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

 

Baranta
Los Hombres (12.02MB) -

Steaming, pulsating salsa with horns, mambo groove acoustic piano, trumpet and percussion. Starts and ends with a classic salsa break.
David Yowell / Francis Fuster  50/50

Baranta
Mama Ye (8.3MB) -
Infectious, happy and bouncing.
Featuring Afro-Latin percussion, acoustic guitars, bass accordion, trumpet and vocal chorus singing "MamaYe".
Starts with a groovy percussion break and then gradually builds up.
 
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
Mama Ye -unplugged - no vocals (4.07MB) -
Infectious, happy and bouncing.
Featuring  Afro-Latin percussion and acoustic Guitars.
Check out the full version with vocals.
 
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
Marimba Rapida (10.38MB) -

Frenetic, fast, traditional African marimba piece, performed by the royal musicians of the Kabaka (king) of Buganda.
Buganda is the name given to a region of Uganda that has existed since pre-colonial times, originally the kingdom of Buganda.
This recording was made in the field in Uganda, close to the border with Burundi and was recorded by Dave's uncle, the late Robbie Robinson in 1962 on a Uher tape recorder.
 
Dave Yowell - 100%
Dave Yowell
Marimba ya simba (13.04MB) -

Frenetic, fast, traditional African orchestral piece, performed by The Royal musicians of the Kabaka.
Drums, marimbas, vocal and traditional African violin. 
Kabaka is the name given to the traditional kings of Buganda.
Recorded in the field in 1962 by Dave's uncle, the late Robbie Robinson on a Uher portable tape recorder.
 
Dave Yowell - 100%
Dave Yowell

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