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Tracks Listed In: Adventure, Action, Dramatic, Chase

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Kpalogo Labadi (11.84MB) -
Kicking West african hand drums with virtuoso djembe solo.
Gives a feeling of tension and chase / running.
 
David Yowell / Francis Fuster  50/50
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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

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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

 

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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
Metro mekanix (19.31MB) -
Organic, industrial Techno beats with weird and threatening undertones.
 
Dave Yowell - 100%
Dave Yowell
Milo Jazz Rebel (5.72MB) -
Fusion of Afro Brazilian and African percussion. Fast and energetic.
 
Dave Yowell / Francis Fuster – 50/50
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Polka Maluca (19.1MB) -

This very eclectic track is hard to categorise, but the description goes like this:
Fast, alternative and very atmospheric track with an eclectic mix of instruments.
The groove is based on a North East Brazilian "Baião" but it also has a very gypsy violin over the top.
Would suit many scenes / situations, ranging from tense rushing to comedy.

Dave Yowell - 100%

Dave Yowell
Rio Hop (20.82MB) -
Rio drug gang
Percussive vocal chant / rap in the Brazilian style of Baile funk / Funk Carioca ‘favela’ (shanty town) music that is sweeping across Brazil.
Instruments featured are, berimbau (Brazilian bow harp), Cuica (friction drum), tamborim (a small tambourine with no bells), electronic beats and Surdo (Bass drum).
The Portuguese lyrics are a lament about the drug traffic violence that is happening in many of Brazil’s favelas, especially Rio.
Dave Yowell - 100%

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

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Rio hop-instrumental (16.91MB) -
Percussive groove in the Brazilian style of Baile funk / Funk Carioca ‘favela’ (shanty town) music that is sweeping across Brazil.
Instruments featured are, berimbau (Brazilian bow harp), Cuica (friction drum), tamborim (a small tambourine with no bells), electronic beat and Surdo (Bass drum).
***This is the instrumental version with no vocal.<
Dave Yowell - 100%

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

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