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FATS CAPONE'S SPEAKEASY - (by Patrick Coen)  Year: 2012
Patrick Coen Authentic 1930s jazz a la Fats Waller; think historical - speakeasy joints where music like this was played for the likes of gangsters such as Al Capone. This track will transport you back to the golden age of American jazz and sounds like played on a gramophone playback. Sitcom, Comedy, Romantic, Instrumental, Jazz, Swing Ensembles
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
60sec - Jazz, Swing Ensembles
518418 0:59 Med Fast 148   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Fats Capone's Speakeasy
Catalog ID: 518418  ISRC: US5UL1206151
Description: Authentic 1930s jazz a la Fats Waller; think historical - speakeasy joints where music like this was played for the likes of gangsters such as Al Capone. This track will transport you back to the golden age of American jazz and sounds like played on a gramophone playback. Sitcom, Comedy, Romantic

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Artist or Group: Patrick Coen

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    Jazz Music
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Extended Properties
  Duration: 0:59   Tempo: Med Fast   BPM: 148
   Arrangement: Jazz Ensemble
   Instruments: Guitar, Drum Kit, Drums, Piano, Trombone, Trumpet, Double Bass, Snare drum, Tenor Saxophone, Bass Drum, Drum
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Bouncy, Buoyant, Carefree, Cheerful, Cool, Easy, Energetic, Free, Friendly, Frisky, Fun, Funny, Happy, Jolly, Mischievous, Retro, Sentimental, Spirited, Swinging, Whimsical

Styles: 1920s (Roaring Twenties), 1930s (Thirties), 1940s (Forties), Documentary, Film Instrumental, Gangsters / Mob, Hollywood, Romantic Comedy, Silent Film, TV Instrumental

Extended Keywords: parties clubs nightclubs period films Erroll Garner Art Tatum Oscar Peterson Cole Porter Benny Goodman 20s 30s 40s ragtime Scott Joplin the sting

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