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Blues

These tracks all share the blues language. Styles include country, jazz, rock, and gospel. The overriding factor is the feel and emotion of the blues. Now over 100 years old, the blues laid the foundation for further innovations to come including jazz and rock. The full gamut of blues styles, from acoustic to electric, can be heard in this category.

Today’s the Day
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This song is bluesy and rhythmic. The overall quality is determination and vitality. The track grooves along charged by a high impact middle section.

Just Fine Thanks
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Just Fine Thanks is confident and bluesy. It has a swagger to it. The overall feeling is one of happiness, energy and goodwill. This song would be a great intro theme to a production that emphasized success or...

One Fine Day
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Gospel piano style. There is a blues/rock influence too. The rhythmic drive gives off a sense of good times and celebration.

Bayou Blues
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Bayou Blues evokes good times and Country Music music. It features an acoustic blues guitar and Country Music fiddle melody. Piano, bass and drums complete the...

Down And Out
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Bluesy trombone leads the ensemble in a 1930s, Great Depression era soundtrack. Similar in mood to the tune ‘Brother Can You Spare A Dime’ made famous at that time. There is a strong element of New Orleans jazz here...

Club Tipitina
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Club Tipitina is a blues shuffle in the style of New Orleans piano great Professor Longhair. The song is powered by boogie piano playing and a strong backing horn section. Rollicking solos by tenor saxophone and piano are also...

Fat Dominos
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This song sounds like the New Orleans boogie shuffles made popular by Fats Domino. A great sax section plus typical boogie piano licks keep this track rolling along. A good time is had by...

Deuce Coup
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Deuce Coup rolls in with a confident masculine sound. This song is powered by a low blues guitar riff suggesting late-night parties and laughter among friends. American Graffiti fans will recognize this soundtrack...

Greet the Dawn
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Great blues feel here with a slide guitar feel. Rugged and uncompromising, this track conveys a sense of strength and independence. Great for traditional or patriotic images or for depicting a bygone...

Good Time Hour
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Mid-60s Motown vibe creates a retro party atmosphere. Nice sax solo. This track is in the style of the early R&B bands. Melody is played by organ and guitar and an upbeat sax solo contributes to the party...

Ripped & Faded
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Ripped & Faded pays tribute to 1960s roots rock artists like Creedence Clearwater Revival. The song is bluesy powered by lead guitar and organ accompaniment. Classic...

Big Trouble
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Good Time, Boisterous, Classic Rock, Sounds like late-70s Rolling Stones (Miss You era).

House Party
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House Party is an upbeat rhythm and blues song. This track is in the style of the early 60s instrumental soul records (like those by Ramsey Lewis for instance). Piano and a very funky organ play the melodies. The mood is happy – a good-time feel...

The Drifter
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The Drifter features a great country/blues band from Nashville, playing a slow Delta Blues. This track features a dobro (a type of guitar) which lends a very genuine bayou blues sound to this track. There is a ZZ Top, Allman Bros. feel to this...

Blues Country
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Blues Country is built around a medium blues shuffle. The track features acoustic guitar, piano, fiddle, bass, and drums. The song gives off a happy and contented, good time feeling. The track features both guitar and piano...