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WESTWARD GROOVE - (by Geoffrey Wilson)  Year: 1998
Geoffrey Wilson A medium tempo, groove oriented, electric guitar feature that fuses together cool jazz and country blues sounds. Would work well for many scenes needing a mellow, swinging, jazzy, country, bluesy, undertone or vibe. Instrumental, Jazz, Cool Jazz
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Full Track - Jazz, Cool Jazz
570713 3:06 Med Slow 90   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Westward Groove
Catalog ID: 570713  ISRC: US5UL1302654
Description: A medium tempo, groove oriented, electric guitar feature that fuses together cool jazz and country blues sounds. Would work well for many scenes needing a mellow, swinging, jazzy, country, bluesy, undertone or vibe.

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Artist or Group: Geoffrey Wilson

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Extended Properties
  Duration: 3:06   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 90
   Arrangement: Duo / Duet
   Instruments: Electric Guitar
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
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Use Restrictions: Use in products or productions advocating racial, sexual or similar discrimination or bias prohibited


Moods: Accepting, Carefree, Cool, Easy, Flirtatious, Flowing, Free, Friendly, Frisky, Fun, Groovy, Light, Mellow, Outgoing, Playful, Relaxing, Smooth, Soulful, Swinging, Warm

Styles: Backwoods / Folksy, Bluesy, Club / Bar / Lounge, Comedy, Film Instrumental, Honky Tonk, Jazzy, Leisure, Rural / Country, TV Instrumental

Extended Keywords: controlled reserved tempered warm alluring flirtatious subtle enticing inviting leisurely unhurried comfortable manageable accessible workable uncomplicated swimmingly confident groovy light optimistic positive flowing

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