With over 35 years experience writing music for TV, Radio and other clients, Jack Pepper is a music chameleon when it comes to his flair for creativity. This Georgia-based composer writes and produces music in a number of styles and genres. You can easily get into his Latin rhythms, Pop, or generational music, that sounds like it just came off of the vinyl lathes from the 60's and 70's. If you're looking for music that is unique, and will separate your film, documentary, video or commercials from the clutter, Jack's music will add the bling to your production!
Latin rhythms and vibes produced from the original organic mix, producing a great dub version with almost no vocals. This is great for any music bed or music break that needs to have a latin feel, but not too over the top or ethnic sounding. Instrumental, Latin, Latin Pop
Driving piano progression with an upbeat jazzy feel. Great percussion with an moving cascading guitar riff. Works well for driving scenes, smoky bars, car scenes or suspense. Instrumental, Jazz, Latin Jazz
New recording technologies and the classic sound of 60's POP are what this song delivers. Beatle style riffs and melodies and exciting vocals. Well produced and dance friendly. Male Vocals, Pop, Beatles-Pop
Great song for anyone or group that wants to yell at THE MAN, the establishment, etc. Specifically... THE HEAD MAN. Angry, we had enough lyrics and attitude. "... if your the Head Man, it's time for your head to roll..." Male Vocals, Rock, Progressive Rock
A great song about lovers, together on a rainy day where the best thing to do is Rendezvous. Great acoustic guitars and female backing vocals open the song, then as it builds pay attention the the solo part... really good stuff. Reminds me of being in Paris, France with a new lover. Male Vocals, Pop, 70's Pop
Be prepared to go back to the psychadelic days of the late 60's early 70's when the prog bands like YES, Pink Floyd and King Crimson where charting the airwaves. This is so period sounding you are going to think you came across "lost tape" from that era. Absoulutly great production and music. Instrumental, Soundalikes, Pink Floyd