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STREETS OF NYC - (by Jive Ass Sleepers)  Year: 2012
Jive Ass Sleepers Influenced by the Taxi Driver theme with menace, yearning, tension and sleaze all in there. Starting with orchestral builds creating a dark, tense mood then leading to a cool, soothing jazz waltz before returning to the same cold, sinister theme. Instrumental, Dangerous, Edgy Music
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Dangerous, Edgy Music
542463 1:33 Mixed   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Streets of NYC
Catalog ID: 542463  ISRC: US5UL1227518
Description: Influenced by the Taxi Driver theme with menace, yearning, tension and sleaze all in there. Starting with orchestral builds creating a dark, tense mood then leading to a cool, soothing jazz waltz before returning to the same cold, sinister theme.

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Artist or Group: Jive Ass Sleepers

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Keywords: taxi driver Bernard Herrmann movie film soundtrack dark danger menace angry tense tension suspense jazz orchestral cinematic harsh urban sleazy sex

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Dangerous Music
       Edgy, tense, suspense music
Extended Properties
  Duration: 1:33   Tempo: Mixed
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Drum Kit, Drums, Horns, Piano, Strings, Double Bass, Brass section, Snare drum, Tenor Saxophone
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Anxious, Climactic, Cool, Creepy, Dangerous, Dark, Dramatic, Dynamic, Gritty, Haunting, Menacing, Obsessive, Powerful, Retro, Sinister, Street-Smart, Tension, Terror, Vengeful, Wicked

Styles: Action Thriller, Crime in Progress, Dramatic Soundtrack, Espionage, Film Instrumental, Film Noir, Horror / General, Law & Crime, Psychological Thriller, Video Games

Extended Keywords: robert de niro crime murder passion 70s 60s seventies sixties gritty bad score Quincy Jones Lalo Schfirin cold harsh dissonant

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