Gokul Salvadi (African Tracks)


Country: India

Indian composer and singer Gokul Salvadi has been writing music since 1998. Producing instrumental music and soundtracks, his compositions are both mysterious and deeply spiritual. Gokul's music is perfect for Asian and Indian productions featuring travel, romance, and exotic fashions, or Bollywood films with their fast-paced and colorful visual imagery. His placement credits include BBC America, National Geographic, and NBC.

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AFRICAN DRUMS TRACK - (by Gokul Salvadi)  Year: 2011
Gokul Salvadi African Percussion, Ethnic percussion only track. Intricate rhythm patterns with musical surprises. Djembe and sticks. The track have more transitions and switches to various rhythm patterns. Instrumental, African, African Drums
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - African, African Drums
472753 2:52 Fast 159   


TRIBAL DANCE - (by Gokul Salvadi)  Year: 2008
Gokul Salvadi African, Asian landscape, people, tribal culture. An African drum track with Asian aesthetic beauty. The track is a rhythm track and suitable for variety of applications. Slow, longing, nostalgic. Beautifully building, ethnic, tribal dance, tribal festival. Soothing and steady. Instrumental, African, African Drums
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - African, African Drums
344321 2:35 Med Fast 140   

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