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Colin Tench (Folk Tracks)


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Colin Tench is an excellent Swedish guitarist and composer who enjoys collaborating with many artists from around the world. With a flair for Progressive music featuring smooth and melodic guitar playing, he works in a wide range of genres, including Rock, Latin, Electronic, and Dramatic. Colin's bands Corvus Stone, Oceans 5, and BunChakeze are constantly rated as some of the best Rock bands in Sweden, and their albums Whose Dream?, Corvus Stone and Return to Mingulay are all ranking in the Top 100 Crossover Progressive albums of all time.


Colin Tench is best known for his work as a guitarist and composer in BunChakeze and the Scandanavian band Corvus Stone (Jazz/Rock and Progressive). He is also a member of US-based Minstrel's Ghost (Progressive Rock) with one of the world's greatest drummers, Zoltan Csörsz. In 2013, in collaboration with Andy John Bradford, their band Oceans 5 were joined by Lorelei McBroom (Pink Floyd, Rolling Stones, Rod Stewart, etc) on the album "Return to Mingulay". Colin's other projects include the Colin Tench Project (Melodic Rock and Latin Acoustic), and he is also working on a Classical album with Andres Guazzelli from Argentina, from which the first 12 minute piece "Wish You Could Hear" is already released.



Genres for This Artist

Total Tracks: 75

Instrumental Tracks (56 Tracks) | Vocal Tracks (11) | Sound Effects | Beats/Loops
Music Genres For Colin Tench
Action | Cartoon | Childrens | Chinese | Christmas | Classical | Comedy | Corporate | Dangerous | Dramatic | European | Folk | Horror | Jazz | Latin | Military | New Age | News | Rock | Soundalikes | Sports | Themes | World Fusion |

Sound Effect Genres For Colin Tench
Ringtone | Talking |

Instruments & Loops Genres For Colin Tench
Guitar | Vocals |



Tracks for This Artist


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THE MINGULAY BOATSONG BY ANDY JOHN BRADFORD & OCEANS 5 - (by Colin Tench)  Year: 2012
Colin Tench This is a traditional sea shanty, which Richard Thompson achieved much success with. Inspirational, Hope, Drama, Anthem. Lost at sea. Over 8 minutes and takes you on an emotional rollercoaster. This is how Pink Floyd could have done it but we did it first! Heel ya ho, boys. Is anybody out there? Male Vocals, Folk, Progressive Folk
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track (Pink Folk Floyd!) - Folk, Progressive Folk
521407 8:22 Med Slow 88   
Variation (Shorter edit) - Folk, Folk Pop  
526168 6:38 Slow 75   
Full Track (An ancient melody) - European, Scotland
527624 8:04 Med Slow 89   
Variation A (The storm rises) - Dangerous, Dangerous Music  
524805 0:40 Med Slow 88   
Variation B (Short rock section) - Action, Theme Pirates
527282 3:50 Med Slow 88   


THE WHITBY SMUGGLERS SONG BY OCEAN'S 5. POPEYE! - (by Colin Tench)  Year: 2012
Colin Tench A sea shanty. Lighthearted song of smugglers and the excise man. A great anthem to finish a comedy or family feel good movie. Naughty boys at sea. This could have been Thin Lizzie. Male Vocals, Folk, Sea Shanties
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track (This is fun!) - Folk, Sea Shanties
558727 4:50 Med Fast 142   

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