Up-tempo, bright and joyful acoustic guitar country / rock / blues crossover. Acoustic guitars and light drums, with a twangy electric lead guitar joining in occasionally. Homely, cosy, bright and excited in an easy-going kind of way.
Jazzy background track. A 'music bed' of jazz music, meaning that there is no outstanding lead melody, which makes this track great for background / backdrop use. Soft jazzy brush drums, upright bass and piano. Classy and easy-going.
An acoustic country / folk / bluegrass track featuring acoustic guitar and acoustic bass. Up-tempo, fun and charming with a real down home country feel. Good for country life, hiking and outdoors, simple pleasures, historical productions and more.
Happy, but laid-back and easy going, old-time classic jazz sound. Old fashioned and charming, Jazz quartet with live trumpet lead plus acoustic guitar, acoustic piano, upright bass and jazzy drums played with brushes. Good natured, a little bit light hearted and romantic.
Traditional acoustic guitar jazz, with a slight Latino feel. Rhythmic guitar strumming, acoustic guitar lead and sparse percussion. Vintage acoustic feel-good jazz. Laidback, playful and moderately upbeat.
Upbeat and fun country hoedown. Very traditional americana sound with all acoustic instruments including acoustic guitar, upright bass and fiddle. Happy and moderately excited. Great for vintage / historical footage as well as country living, country fun, outdoor activities, fishing, hiking etc.
A lively track that crosses the boundaries of Jazz, Fusion, Soul, Pop, Funk, R&B, similar in style with Kenny G or Mindi Abair. Jazzy saxophone solos, funky guitar and lively jazz / fusion drums. Excited and busy, but also funky and a bit passionate.
Light and easy-going jazz with a slight bossa nova / latin jazz lounge feel. Classic jazz trio sound with acoustic piano, electric jazz guitar, upright bass and jazz drums. Happy and relaxed, feelgood, traditional jazz sound.
Classic, doom-laden blues with attitude. Historical sounding, authentic / genuine blues guitar from a bygone era. Think 'O Brother Where Art Thou'; history / retro, perhaps New Orleans / Southern / probibition era, depression era, or older. Dobro / Blues guitars.