Bobby Cole
By: Bobby Cole
Catalog ID: 502291   Duration: 3:28   Tempo: Slow   BPM: 61   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Jazz Music | Hard Bop
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An upbeat swinging jazz track straight from the 1940s. Grab your partner and get your groove on to this stomping jazz number. Played by a jazz quartet including piano, double bass, drums, hammond organ and a fender rhodes!   Keywords: jazz jazzy club louis armstrong nat king cole ray charles sounds like sound alike music tracks instrumental combo smooth collection trio quartet duet duo nice

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