Rik Roberts
THE SENEGALESE GUITAR PLAYER
By: Rik Roberts
Catalog ID: 471302   Duration: 1:05   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 105   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: African Music | African Contemporary
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West African style, solo electric guitar piece. Joyful, bright, sun-kissed and tropical, with that rough, raw and ready sound of the instrument being played - adding to authenticity. For travel shows/documentaries and township, street, beach, city and road trip scenes. Jive style and very lively.   Keywords: sun beach resort paul simon township fingerstyle clean stratocaster tropics happy light jolly celebration fun ry cooder eric clapton africa driving light



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