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All kinds of wierd and alternative music, ranging from English Northern Soul to Irish folk. 

Tracks Listed In: Europe

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I Don't Know Where To Run To-cues combo (0B) - See more info.

A bouncy East European Polka that has a sad and wistful mood.

The Band of Wild Tartars
I Don't Know Where To Run To-no Drums (0B) - See more info.

A bouncy East European Polka that has a sad and wistful mood.

The Band of Wild Tartars
In the Hall of the Mountain King (39.31MB) - See more info.

A modern arrangement of the well-known classical piece composed by Edvard Grieg for the play "Peer Gynt" by Henrik Ibsen.

Dave Yowell
In the Hall of the Mountain King-cues (36.15MB) - See more info.

A modern arrangement of the well-known classical piece composed by Edvard Grieg for the play "Peer Gynt" by Henrik Ibsen.

Dave Yowell
Jazzy Chops Chopsticks-Bass and Percussion (0B) - See more info.

A jazzy and sophisticated rendition of the well known piano piece "chopsticks" (* see notes below) that would work well in a light, humorous scene.

Dave Yowell
Jingle Country Bells (12.26MB) - See more info.

A bouncy version of the traditional Christmas song Jingle Bells with a country - ska flavour.

Dave Yowell
Joy to the funky world (24MB) - See more info.

A three part rendition of the famous Christmas carol Joy to the world by the English composer Isaac Watts.

Dave Yowell
Joy To The Funky World Orchestra (24MB) - See more info.

A three part rendition of the famous Christmas carol Joy to the world by the English composer Isaac Watts .

Dave Yowell
Let's stay optomistic (33.45MB) - See more info.

A light, soft warm and jazzy track led by Guymon's muted trumpet plus acoustic piano, acoustic double bass, swinging drums, string orchestra and Dave whistler.

Guymon Ensley
Let's stay optomistic-Cues composite (37.74MB) - See more info.

Light, warm, bouncy and happy old-school swing-jazz, led by Guymon's muted trumpet.

Guymon Ensley

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