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Keith Gemmell (Dangerous Tracks)

Home: Canterbury, Kent UK   

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.

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Total Tracks: 32

Instrumental Tracks (32 Tracks) |
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Action | Classical | Dangerous | Dramatic | European | Jazz | Pop | RnB |

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THE LURKER - (by Keith Gemmell)  Year: 2011
Keith Gemmell Someone or something slithery is lurking in the shadows. What or who lurks beneath the surface, be it water or the hidden depths of our minds? Creepy physiological thriller-style underscore for film, fiction or documentary. Quiet chiller, murderer sneaking up, watching, plotting. Secretive & scary, Instrumental, Dangerous, Dark Music
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Dangerous, Dark Music  
460552 2:00 Very Slow 45   

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