Lounge Jazz is mellow easy listening music perfect for any bar or lounge setting. The earliest forms of lounge music appeared in the 1920s and 1930s, known as "light music". Lounge music, in the traditional original sense, refers to music played in the lounges and bars of hotels and casinos, or at standalone piano bars, where people wanted to eat and chat, and have live music that wouldn't be too demanding or too intrusive. This sub-genre here presents this form of Lounge music.
Laidback improvised traditional jazz piano plays blues patterns, accompanied by standup bass and drum kit with brushes. Suggested for cocktail lounge ambiance or fine dining scene, public service announcement, underscoring of narration, TV and radio production spots, Key of G, 122 beats/min, Instrumental, Jazz, Lounge Jazz