Jazz Music Tracks
Warm, melodic and reflective track for two acoustic guitars and piano. This soft background music sets a relaxing mood and could work well in a travel drama.
A slow, nostalgic but cozy ballad of two clean electric guitars playing a mixture of blues, pop, and jazz. Perfect for a sad, reflective scene in a contemporary drama.
An eclectic mix of traditional eastern Indian instruments blends with electronic lounge production for a hip retro vibe. Swirling flute melodies, echoing electric piano and native hand percussion mix with sitar, dobro and wood bass. This vividly imagined soundscape evokes an air of wonder and is perfect for yoga, massage or pilates videos.
A mid-tempo, feel-good Latin track with nylon guitars over bass and percussion. Warm and positive. Great for travel dramas, documentaries, or commercials.
A feel-good, melodic, warm and very traditional Mexican or South American guitar track. Latin music perfect for a travel show or documentary or a vacation scene in a comedy or drama.
This track is an upbeat swing jazz tune with a bluesy feel. Saxophone and trumpet solos lead the tune with a solid rhythm section and walking bass line. Jazz organ and vibraphone add to the upbeat flavor of this tune. Upbeat, fun and great for a party!
This smooth, solo piano track is like cocktail hour at an upscale jazz bar. Perfect as source music for a mellow, romantic scene.
Up-tempo Latin Flamenco music that features Spanish guitars and percussion – bass joins the second time through. A hot blooded, exotic and sensual, acoustic Latin track. Perfect for dance and romantic scenes.
A snappy jazz track that has the compelling combination of cool sophistication and retro kitsch. A sweet jazz guitar is the main focus, while subtle layers of a retro organ, walking bass, brushed drums and brass section fill out the track.
A laid back authentic Cuban groove, with piano solos and flute. A steady rhythm section of hand percussion, guitar and walking bass drive the track. Would fit in perfectly behind a scene showing the streets of Havana, with a steady percussive beat and a casual, indigenous sound.