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AMERICAN IN PARIS - (by Jive Ass Sleepers)  Year: 2011
Jive Ass Sleepers Relaxed Gypsy Jazz meets cool, classic American Jazz. Perfect for European romance, romantic comedy, sophisticated events, happy times, advertising, travel spots and more. Features Trumpet, Acoustic Guitars, Bass, Piano, Fiddle and Drums. Instrumental, Jazz, Continental Jazz
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Jazz, Continental Jazz
447217 3:49 Medium 105   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: American in Paris
Catalog ID: 447217  ISRC: US5UL1100227
Description: Relaxed Gypsy Jazz meets cool, classic American Jazz. Perfect for European romance, romantic comedy, sophisticated events, happy times, advertising, travel spots and more. Features Trumpet, Acoustic Guitars, Bass, Piano, Fiddle and Drums.

Social Media Link: http://www.audiosparx.com/sa/archive/Jazz/Continental-Jazz/American-in-Paris/447217

Artist or Group: Jive Ass Sleepers

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Keywords: Romantic Jazz Gypsy French Paris Swing Trumpet Fiddle Guitar Acoustic Classic Satchmo Django Happy Joyful Jolly Valentines European Carefree Bouncy Elegant Cafe

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Jazz Music
       Continental Jazz
Extended Properties
  Duration: 3:49   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 105
   Arrangement: Jazz Ensemble
   Instruments: Guitar, Drums, Piano, Trumpet, Double Bass
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Bouncy, Calm, Caring, Cheerful, Cool, Friendly, Fun, Happy, Heartwarming, Innocent, Jolly, Loving, Mellow, Playful, Relaxing, Romantic, Sentimental, Sincere, Sophisticated, Sweet

Styles: 1930s (Thirties), 1940s (Forties), Gypsy, Jazzy, Restaurant, Rich and Luxurious, Romantic Comedy, Romantic New Love, Sidewalk Café, TV Instrumental

Cross-Reference Genres:
American in Paris
   Corporate and Motivational Music
      Corporate Jazz Music

Extended Keywords: restaurant france american sweet loving laidback cool duke ellington louis armstrong good old days 1930s 1940s

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