David Tick’s grooves in the Key of Jazz, with a laidback vibe, are perfect for film theme songs, trailers, road trips, romance and other dramatizations. David composed “Luna Tick” for use as an elegant but hot workout track. You could easily work up a sweat pumping iron or doing Pilates to this sweet track. And "Song For Jackie" is a mellow Latin Jazz composition that would enhance your travel or voiceover projects.
This live studio version of Couldn't Wait has a bouncy swing-blues feel with some smooth vocals... nice guitar solo at the end. Hot Boogie Woogie, 1950s sock hop, partying down, teens tweens, 20-somethings cruising main street. Great for vintage TV specials, the Fonz, other memory lane productions. Male Vocals, Jazz, Swing Ensembles
Great song for a workout class including spin classes. Challenges the class while keeping the interest level high with the strong melodies and powerful beat. Finally a workout song that's not boring! Instrumental, Dance, House music
Contemporary Jazz Fusion: A really nice fit for a lounge, restaurant, film, television, corporate video, sports scene, radio, music on-hold, fitness, supermarket, or personal use. Instrumental, Jazz, Jazz Fusion
This latin smooth-jazz has a special flavor that's both original and hip: perfect for television, video, radio, restaurant, lounge, supermarket, music on-hold, or any media application. Jazz, Latin Jazz
Live sounding original blues with a bouncy feel talking about how society's pressures make it difficult to function, so you might as well do things your own way to get by, Male Vocals, Blues, East Coast Blues
Contemporary Jazz Fusion with a little bit of Hip-Hop, perfect for a sultry atmosphere; a very different blend with an interesting feel... Laidback funk, flirting, sassy hook-up. Erotic and playful chillout. Urban Saturday night, club lounge bar. Champagne, satin sheets, candles, kisses -- Yes! Instrumental, Jazz, Hip Bop