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ENERGETIC AFRICA! - (by Benny Hawes)  Year: 2012
Benny Hawes Exciting and bouncy track with quick rhythmic Marimba, djembe and lots of up-tempo percussion. This track has an infectious African rhythm which you just cant help tapping too. Full of feel-good vibes, authentic instruments, a happy attitude and tons of energy. Perfect for fast moving African scenes, Instrumental, African, African Traditional
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - African, African Traditional
397568 1:18 Med Fast 130   
30sec - African, African Traditional
517601 0:32 Med Fast 130   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Energetic Africa!
Catalog ID: 397568  ISRC: US5UL1019651
Description: Exciting and bouncy track with quick rhythmic Marimba, djembe and lots of up-tempo percussion. This track has an infectious African rhythm which you just cant help tapping too. Full of feel-good vibes, authentic instruments, a happy attitude and tons of energy. Perfect for fast moving African scenes

Social Media Link: http://www.audiosparx.com/sa/archive/African/African-Traditional/Energetic-Africa/397568

Artist or Group: Benny Hawes

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Keywords: Africa Steel Drums Fun Happy Sunshine Warm Mallets Guitar Plains Vibrant Feel Good Tribal Traditional Percussion Ethnic African tribal Tribe African exciting

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    African Music
       African Traditional
Extended Properties
  Duration: 1:18   Tempo: Med Fast   BPM: 130
   Arrangement: Quartet
   Instruments: Guitar, Bongos, Drums, Indigenous Percussion, Kalimba, Marimba, Percussion, Shaker
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Album: Six
Moods: Bouncy, Bright, Carefree, Celebratory, Cheerful, Dancing, Dynamic, Friendly, Fun, Happy, Jolly, Joyful, Jumpy, Light, Lively, Playful, Rhythmic, Summery, Vibrant, Warm

Styles: Afro-American, Documentary, Film Instrumental, Party / Beach Party, Section / Credits, Travel Channel, Tribal, TV Instrumental, Worldbeat

Regions: Africa, Central America

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