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ZOU? YOU NEED A "ZOU BISOU BISOU" SOUNDING SONG? MAD MEN - (by Randy Vera)  Year: 2012
Randy Vera Zou Bisou Bisou the saucy French song that Don Draper’s Megan sings him, is now in demand. So, I composed this 60's Jazz, arpeggios on guitar, over double bass, with Jetson style hooks to hold the listener, real Orchestra, producer is RIAA Platinum, (Twilight Films) Trendy! Market results for sure. Instrumental, Brazilian, Bossa Nova Jazz
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Brazilian, Bossa Nova Jazz
527123 3:16 Med Slow 95   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Zou? You Need a "Zou Bisou Bisou" Sounding Song? Mad Men
Catalog ID: 527123  ISRC: US5UL1214105
Description: Zou Bisou Bisou the saucy French song that Don Draper’s Megan sings him, is now in demand. So, I composed this 60's Jazz, arpeggios on guitar, over double bass, with Jetson style hooks to hold the listener, real Orchestra, producer is RIAA Platinum, (Twilight Films) Trendy! Market results for sure.

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Artist or Group: Randy Vera

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Keywords: Mad Men Matt Weiner’s help kicking down the door for Jazz - very classy production by AJ 1960's era MAD MEN Pan AM modernized for todays market

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Brazilian Music
       Bossa Nova Jazz
Extended Properties
  Duration: 3:16   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 95
   Arrangement: Orchestra, Full
   Instruments: Guitar, Bongos, Castanets, Cello, Clarinet, Classical Guitar, Congas, Cymbals, Drum Kit, Drums, Electric Guitar, Electic Piano, Flute, Indigenous Drums, Indigenous Percussion, Indigenous Wind, Metallophone, Oboe, Organ, Saxophone, Tambourine, Toy Piano, Triangle, Double Bass, Viola, Timpani, Wind Chime, Snare drum, Woodwinds, Alto Flute, Bass Flute, Alto Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Cabasa, Agogo Bells, Melodica, Bass Drum, Big Toms, Baroque Flute, Bass Oboe, Drum, Wood block
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Anticipating, Cool, Elegant, Enchanted, Erotic, Ethereal, Exotic, Flirtatious, Mischievous, Passionate, Playful, Romantic, Sensual, Sexy, Smokey, Smooth, Sophisticated, Soulful, Suggestive, Whimsical

Styles: 1960s (Sixties), Club / Bar / Lounge, Commercial / Promo, Drama / 20-Something, Drama / 30-Something, Film Theme Song, Infomercial, Jazzy, News / Energize, Phone On-Hold, Restaurant, Romantic Comedy, Romantic Drama, Romantic Epic, Romantic New Love, Romantic Passion, Section / Credits, Sidewalk Café, TV Theme Song

Cross-Reference Genres:
Zou? You Need a "Zou Bisou Bisou" Sounding Song? Mad Men
   Jazz Music
      Exotica

Extended Keywords: Megan Draper's sultry ballad for Don Draper's surprise 40th birthday party left audiences wondering where the song came from "Mad Men" song "Zou Bisou Bisou" Turns out the original version was recorded in 1960 by British-born French-raised 16-year-old Gillian Hills, if you saw Mad Men season 5 no doubt this song is tuck in your head. The track you are listening to has all the same pieces just ultra modern hooks to hold the attention of the listener long rnough to have them fall in love with what you are selling. Set within the three-martini mores of Madison Avenue in the mid-1960s, and infused with modern hooks, this song is the perfect backing track to sell anything riding this trend. Your firm may not have booze etc in the workplace but Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce would sure snatch this song up to back a cool radio or TV spot.

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