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A library of weird and wonderful music from around the world, especially crafted for all types of film and TV projects, advertising, and websites.
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Blackberry Blossom full version - Murlough ()

A traditional Irish reel with a modern feel - light and happy.
Instruments: Irish whistle, acoustic guitars, accordian, bass drums and orchestral strings.

D. Yowell / A. Magennis / R. Heenan 33.3% each
This is the full version, check out the other versions.

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

**If you would prefer separate stems to do your own versions, please get in touch and I will send them to you directly.

Palm Wine baião - Wazimba ()

Happy, carefree and with a fast groove. An eclectic mix of molo (african calabash banjo) accordion, African percussion acoustic guitar and bass
 
Dave Yowell / Atongo Zimba - 50/50

joy to the funky world-orchestra only - Dave Yowell ()


A three part rendition of the famous Christmas carol Joy to the world.
The three parts create three different moods: the first pompous, glorious and grand, then a bit weird and alternative, giving a comic mood and finally cute and playful  the end.
This version is with orchestra only – Check out the main version with funky drums and bass (see below).

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

 

Cliffs of Moher-full mix - Murlough ()

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A bouncy and happy Irish jig named after the famous cliffs of Moher, where the pre-Christian Gaelic Gods - Tuatha Dé Danann live.
This is the full version, check out the other version with just whistle and acoustic guitar.

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

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**If you would prefer individual stems to create your own specific versions, please get in touch and I will send them to you directly, as fast as I can.

 

Can You Jig It? - Celtic Blue ()

Irish Jig

Classic Irish jig with a heavy rock backing reminiscent of the Irish punk band “the Pogues”.
Features lead fiddle (violin), bodhran (Irish hand drum), electric guitars, bass and drums.

Dave Yowell / Kevin O’ Callaghan -50/50

Funky Cash Blues - Dave Yowell ()

Retro 70s style funky blues, featuring funky drums, horns, Fender Rhodes piano and guitar. Has a sexy female voice, with lyrics singing about money and cash.
Could be used in program about finance. Also check out the instrumental version (minus voice).
 
Dave Yowell - 100%

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

What you say - Wazimba ()

Wazimba

Funky, jazzy and groovy. An Afro-funky groove fusing Roots-Soul and Roots-African.
Featuring Mollo (African 2 string banjo), brass, African percussion and a backing from a super funky band of crack musicians.
The mood is happy, forceful, ambitious and positive.

Funky congas - Wazimba ()

Bright and happy celebration of horns, African percussion and instruments, featuring groovy sax solo.
 
Dave Yowell / Atongo Zimba – 50/50

Shanana - Dave Yowell ()

Retro electro pop in the style of Os Mutantes and Rita Lee (Brazilian) or Bananarama (English).
Trashy rock guitar, banging beats, arpeggio synthesizer and cute girlie vocals, singing about nothing.
Very typical of the type of music currently being used in cutting edge / alternative British TV series such as Skins, Misfits and Beaver falls.
 
Dave Yowell - 100%

Angels we have heard when high - Dave Yowell ()

A slightly irreverent take on the well known Christmas carol "Angels we have heard on high".

This version starts seriously with solo violin and string orchestra on the first cycle, builds a bit more dramatically with more of the orchestra coming in on the second, then finally finishing up with a cheesy jazz  organ, bass drums trio joining in for the last cycle.

**If you would prefer separate stems to do your own versions, please get in touch and I will send them to you directly.

Dave Yowell – 100%

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