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DIGEREE JAZZ - (by Matt Kjeldsen)  Year: 2010
Matt Kjeldsen A unique track that features sax and didgeridoo along with jazz percussion. A blend of the stylish with the primitive and the natural world. Great for adventurous soundtracks. Instrumental, World Fusion, Australian World Fusion
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Full Track - World Fusion, Australian World Fusion
401817 2:49 Med Slow 100   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Digeree Jazz
Catalog ID: 401817  ISRC: US5UL1023646
Description: A unique track that features sax and didgeridoo along with jazz percussion. A blend of the stylish with the primitive and the natural world. Great for adventurous soundtracks.

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Artist or Group: Matt Kjeldsen

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Keywords: Australia Jazzy Sophisticated Primitive Outback Toms Snaps Kangaroos Saxaphones Ayer's Rock Dust Storms Desert Landscape Walkabout Big City Nightclubs

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       Australian World Fusion
Extended Properties
  Duration: 2:49   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 100
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Didgeridoo, Drums, Bass, Percussion, Sampler, Synthesizer, Electronics, Chanting, Alto Saxophone
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Adventurous, Animated, Cool, Dancing, Dreamy, Earthy, Elegant, Exotic, Flowing, Groovy, Lively, Mysterious, Playful, Primitive, Rambling, Rhythmic, Sophisticated, Swinging, Tranquil, Wondrous

Styles: 2010s (MMX), Dramatic Soundtrack, Film Instrumental, Film Noir, Indie, Jazzy, Nature, Restaurant, TV Instrumental, Worldbeat

Extended Keywords: a sophisticated travel montage of Australian tourism featuring landscapes and city attractions, exotic adventure in the land down under, enjoying the city night spots and then heading into the wilderness, an aborigine walking about Sydney, bright city lights and gambling in the big city

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