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STREETS OF KABUL - (by Simon Wolfe)  Year: 2008
Simon Wolfe Taking exotic flavors and moods of middle eastern styles and inspiration from the 'Kiterunner'. A fast blend of percussion, eastern guitars gives a powerful ethnic fusion theme for documentary/commercial/cinematic. Elegant exciting alluring and exotic. Romantic drama, chase scene, action thriller, Instrumental, Middle East, Middle-East
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Middle East, Middle-East
276518 1:29 Med Fast 138   
60sec - Middle East, Middle-East
276519 1:00 Med Fast 137   
30sec - Middle East, Afghanistan
370663 0:30 Med Fast 137   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Streets of Kabul
Catalog ID: 276518  ISRC: US5UL0724325
Description: Taking exotic flavors and moods of middle eastern styles and inspiration from the 'Kiterunner'. A fast blend of percussion, eastern guitars gives a powerful ethnic fusion theme for documentary/commercial/cinematic. Elegant exciting alluring and exotic. Romantic drama, chase scene, action thriller

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Artist or Group: Simon Wolfe

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Keywords: Middle East Asian Fusion Afghanistan Orchestral Beautiful Spacious Fantasy Spicey Street Market Dancing Festive Celebration Globe Trekker Travel Tourism

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Middle East Music
       Middle-Eastern music
Extended Properties
  Duration: 1:29   Tempo: Med Fast   BPM: 138
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Charango, Congas, Sitar, Bodhrán, Piccolo
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Energetic, Festive, Fiery, Friendly, Fun, Lively, Playful

Styles: Action Thriller, Arabic / Islam, Chase Scene, Club / Bar / Lounge, Documentary, Dramatic Soundtrack, Espionage, Movie Trailer, Mystery, Romantic Drama, Romantic Passion, Section / Credits, Travel Channel, Tribal, Worldbeat

Regions: Afghanistan, Egypt, Iran, Israel, Morocco, Pakistan, Iraq

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