Chicago artist Eddie Caldwell writes driving music in many genres, including Soul, RnB, World, Funk, Latin, Hip Hop, Rap, Jazz, Urban, Blues, Country, Rock, and Pop -- often combined with elegant Orchestral backings. His tracks have appeared in Film, TV, Video Games, and Webcasts, as well as in stadium events and other live applications. Eddie's music is mastered by Stevie Wonder's live engineer, Danny Leake, and consequently has very high-quality production value. With cool grooves and great storytelling, his songs often feature several top-notch singers and musicians.
Eddie Caldwell's "Music Of The Sea" catalog has been used in many feature and indie films, documentaries, advertisements, video games, infomercials, restaurants, presentations, spas, telephone on-hold, satellite and cable TV, network TV, sporting events, and weddings.
Sultry, latin jazz, mellow, quiet Classic bossa nova groove, great for scenes of elegant parties, caliente, savoring wine, dinner music, muzak, restaurant, car commercials. adverts, infomercials, romance, love making, proposal, percussive music, big band, be bop, brazil 66, vibes, barrio,, Instrumental, Latin, Dramatic Latin
Electronica and Ambient Cinematic Edgy Orchestral drama with a touch of. Great for TV, Film Trailers, Powerful presentations, Ads, Epic intensity, Horror, Halloween, Scary Movie, Moody, Spike TV, Lifetime. Ethereal, Meditation, New Age, Sci Fi Channel, Military, webisodes, Muzak, Surreal, Coma, Life, Instrumental, Latin, Tangotronica
This is a latin salsa song with an urban twist to it, a la J Lo. Huge chorus and very infectious female english vocals. Driving beat with hot percussion and tons of horns, acoustic guitar, and upright bass, about a girl asking her guy if he can handle her. clubs bar dramatic car chase vegas romance, Female Vocals, Latin, Latin Pop