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WHERE'S THE CAR KEYS? - (by Tod Demuth)  Year: 2003
Tod Demuth An old fashioned romp and scurry on piano in the style of the Keystone Kops, with a bright quick intro that builds to a big ending. Fun, campy, and great for 1920's and 1930's slapstick, silent film from Hollywood's Golden Era of movies. Rousing music for Speakeasys, saloons or bar scenes. Instrumental, Jazz, Swing Stride
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Jazz, Swing Stride  
358192 1:57 Very Fast 244   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Where's the Car Keys?
Catalog ID: 358192  ISRC: US5UL0914142
Description: An old fashioned romp and scurry on piano in the style of the Keystone Kops, with a bright quick intro that builds to a big ending. Fun, campy, and great for 1920's and 1930's slapstick, silent film from Hollywood's Golden Era of movies. Rousing music for Speakeasys, saloons or bar scenes.

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Artist or Group: Tod Demuth

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Keywords: 1940's Exciting Fun Bright Rousing Catchy Tune Hot Boogie Woogie Cinematic Speakeasy Saloons Bars Hollywood Golden Era Flirty Campy Good Times Wholesome

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Jazz Music
       Swing | Stride | Solo Piano
Extended Properties
  Duration: 1:57   Tempo: Very Fast   BPM: 244
   Arrangement: Duo / Duet
   Instruments: Drum Kit, Piano
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Adventurous, Animated, Busy, Campy, Chaotic, Climactic, Dancing, Driving, Energetic, Excited, Fast, Frantic, Fun, Gritty, Jangly, Lively, Nostalgic, Playful, Rousing, Whimsical

Styles: 1920s (Roaring Twenties), 1930s (Thirties), Cartoon, Chase Scene, Circus, Comedy / Slapstick, History, Jazzy, Silent Film, Vaudeville

Extended Keywords: cops and robbers chase chases fast whimsical racing high energy end credits intro outro cue slapstick silent film soundtrack Monk Reality TV Charleston dance music Roaring Twenties Roaring 20s Flapper Era

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