Tod Demuth
WHERE'S THE CAR KEYS?
By: Tod Demuth
Catalog ID: 358192   Duration: 1:57   Tempo: Very Fast   BPM: 244   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Jazz Music | Swing | Stride | Solo Piano
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An old fashioned romp and scurry on piano in the style of the Keystone Kops, with a bright quick intro that builds to a big ending. Fun, campy, and great for 1920's and 1930's slapstick, silent film from Hollywood's Golden Era of movies. Rousing music for Speakeasys, saloons or bar scenes.   Keywords: 1940's Exciting Fun Bright Rousing Catchy Tune Hot Boogie Woogie Cinematic Speakeasy Saloons Bars Hollywood Golden Era Flirty Campy Good Times Wholesome



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Long Description: Where's the Car Keys?, Jazz Music, Swing | Stride, television music, stock music downloads and buyout music

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