George Buchanan is a musician and composer with great talent and versatility. For 20 years, he has been composing and producing music for local artists in the Dallas, Texas, area. Working his magic in a number of styles and genres, George has developed quiet a fan base and numerous happy clients in Texas. His music is perfect for Film, TV, Documentary, Indie films, commercials, and a broad spectrum of new media ventures.
Uptempo energetic track with guitar riff, hand percussions, 4 on the floor drive. Could be suitable for workout music, television theme music. Video game music while game is paused or during different stages. Instrumental, RnB, Contemporary RnB
This is a spicy little lounge jazz piece thats medium fast tempo with swing. this would be great for backing in a commercial or film scene. it could also be used as a vocal track as well. Instrumental, Jazz, Soul Jazz
Vodka & Cranberry, come on now It's that Transmission Fluid. Definitely a Liquor advertisement track. Also a live party scene film track. Also a good choice for a race car ad or scene in film. Video game track as well. Male Rap, Hip Hop, Party Rap & Hip Hop
This track is bright with a nice groovy but really classy feel. Could fit well as an opening/closing credit film piece, a scene piece or for an artist thats more on the r&b neo side of music. Alos could be used as background for commercials..like automobiles, makeup, etc.. something classy, sexy. Instrumental, RnB, RnB Pop
Intense blend of drums, toms, bass and fusion lead. Highly energetic and beat driven. A feel for Cardio workouts, sports, extreme Sports, Cheerleader competitions Fast cars, Rave parties scenes, etc. Instrumental, Dance, Euro-hop
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