Our hot UK sax player, Keith Gemmell, has recorded at London's legendary Abbey Road Studios with many famous producers including Gus Dudgeon, Ian Gillan (Deep Purple), Andy Mackay (Roxy Music), and the highly respected vintage jazz outfit, the Pasadena Roof Orchestra for whom he penned over 80 scores, many used for TV and radio broadcasts. He produces educational audio products, has written eight books, including best-seller Cubase 5 Tips & Tricks, and contributes monthly to Music Tech Magazine. Tracks from Keith's new album, Unsafe Sax, are being remixed specially for our site.
Count Basie-style uptempo big band swing. A golden era for Entertainment, Hollywood and big city nightclubs. Super for Documentary, Cultural, Black History productions, A&E TV, PBS, etc. Instrumental, Jazz, Swing Big Band
A wing-collared Ellingtonian dance orchestra romps its way through a 1920s-style Charleston number. Great fun and a perfect choice wherever authentic 1920s background or dance music is required. Instrumental, Jazz, Ragtime
A simple Grand Piano version of this jaunty Scott Joplin rag. Made famous in film Sting, it's both upbeat and cool at the same time and instantly recognisable. Suitable for use in radio commercials advertising anything from turkey dinners to bicycles. Instrumental, Jazz, Ragtime, Scott Joplin
An authentic 1920s/30s dance orchestra belts out a slow blues track in the style of the music by Duke Ellington at the New York Cotton Club. Three 'wailing' clarinets take the lead 'a la' Creole Love Call and The Mooche. Fantastic for smoky, smoochy atmospheres. Instrumental, Jazz, Ragtime
Set 'em up Joe while I drown my sorrows to the sound of this sexy Tenor Sax solo and lament the loss of a beautiful dame. Bluesy sax, piano, bass and drums that's just perfect for smokey, half-empty bar scenes, smoochy love scenes, slow, sexy night club dancing, wet Paris streets and film noir. Instrumental, Jazz, Lounge Jazz
Classic dance orchestra arrangement of The Continental, danced to by Fred Astaire and Ginger Rodgers in the 1934 film, "The Gay Divorcee". Features piano. Very evocative of the period and great for background music in films or commercials that require elegant and sophisticated vintage dance music. Instrumental, Jazz, Orchestral Jazz
Light, jazzy arrangement for classical wind quintet of The Continental, danced to by Fred Astaire and Ginger Rodgers in the 1934 film, "The Gay Divorcee". Very evocative of the period and great for background music where elegant and sophisticated vintage music is required. Instrumental, Jazz, Novelty Jazz