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Fusions of musical styles with a bit of punch

Tracks Listed In: Kicking Fusion

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Lost the Plot (22.9MB) -
Classic trombone led ska, in the style of the great Rico Rodriguez, some roots dub and crazy belly dance thrown in for good measure.
Happy, bouncy and energetic, this track is perfect for underscoring a humorous situation.
The instruments are trombone, horns, live drums, guitar, organ, bass and Arabic percussion.
 
Dave Yowell - 100%
Dave Yowell
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
Rekpete (22.31MB) -
Medium Tempo traditional West African Hi-life featuring Flute, Trumpet, Sax and percussion with a percusive vocal break in the middle.
 
Dave Yowell / Francis Fuster -50/50
Baranta
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

Co Preto
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

Co Preto
Rio hop-Percussion only-30sec (5.19MB) -

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)  30 second percussion version, check out the other versions.

Dave Yowell - 100%

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

Co Preto
Sahara Ayunik Instrumental (40.77MB) -

Oud

Very big sounding and dramatic fusion of Middle Eastern melodies, percussion and some modern beats and electronica thrown in. This is the instrumental version.

David Yowell / Nizar Al Issa / Tarik Saeed  33.3% each

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

Al Finjan
Sahara Ayunik Vocal (40.77MB) -

Oud

Very big sounding and dramatic fusion of Middle Eastern melodies, percussion and some modern beats and electronica thrown in. This is the full vocal version.

David Yowell / Nizar Al Issa / Tarik Saeed  33.3% each

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

Al Finjan
Sakanona Ya Mkono (21.88MB) -

A fast percussive underscore groove with some tension.
It has been cut up into various sections - underscores and cues -  with plus / minus instruments, to make it more useful.
The instruments are percussion, drum kit, bass, electric guitars, trumpets and  a tense drone in the second section.

Baranta
Salama Ya Habibi (15.33MB) -

Salama Ya Habibi!...means Baby I love you! in Arabic street slang.
Medium tempo, lot's of percussion, oud and improvised Middle Eastern vocals, with the main line (Salama Ya Habibi), sung as a chorus at the end.

Sultan Makend

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