"Cheerio" offers a soulful male vocal rendition of a haunting melody that commemorates a life-changing event, a moment of bittersweet reflection that can be used to enhance a scene in a romantic or dramatic film or television production.
Our up-tempo composition, written in 13/4 time phrased 3/3/4/3, might appeal to dancers who possess two left feet. Our arrangement features vibraphone and piano solos backed by a nervous rhythm section.
At the end of a long workday, the last commuter train of the evening is slowly nearing the end of the line. The last passenger on this train stands by the door, waiting for the train to stop. Performed by rubato piano and bass.
"Boppin' Nanny" - that's a hootenanny for 1950s hepcats. Our up-tempo bebop arrangement , performed by a vivacious piano trio, provides a little traveling music to segue between scenes in a romantic or comedy film or TV production.
"Off The Wall" opens with Latin rhythms and progresses to fast 4/4 jazz. Our arrangement, which features vibraphone and saxophone solos, might generate or underscores excitement in an action or dramatic film or TV production.
"Snoopy Sails" gives a nod to the late Milton Susman, aka Soupy Sales, an American TV personality who hosted a noontime children's show during the 1950-60s. Our sprightly arrangement features piano and baritone sax solos.
"Sweetie Pie" is an up-tempo arrangement that features an extended acoustic piano solo backed by acoustic bass and drums. Our arrangement can be used to enhance a chase scene in an action film or TV production.
Fans of CNBC's "Mad Money" will immediately recognize Jim Cramer's trademark cry. Our up-tempo jazz/bebop arrangement provides a little traveling music to segue between scenes in a romantic or comedy film or TV production.
"Hesitation" is a country/pop tune that features a male vocal. Our arrangement offers a featured vocal number to enhance a sitcom or comedic film/TV production, perhaps something akin to the "My Name Is Earl" genre.
"Wishing Well" features a solo rubato electric guitar. The performance, reminiscent of the jazz guitar style popularized during the 1930s-1940s, can be used to enhance a scene in a retro or vintage film/TV production.
"Veni, Vidi, Visa!" (I Came, I Saw, I Bought!) - words spoken by Mrs. Julius Caesar on her way to the Forum Mall. Our arrangement features piano and vibraphone solos backed by jazz electric guitar and a sprightly rhythm section.
"Sleepyhead" sets a dreamy mood for the evening just before bedtime. Our arrangement, which features acoustic piano backed by acoustic bass and drums, provides underscore for a dramatic or romantic film or television production.
Midnight Busboy, the fellow who cleans up after the party's over. Our arrangement features vibraphone and baritone sax solos backed by an energetic piano trio. The arrangement can be used to transition between scenes in a dramatic/mystery production.
An up-tempo arrangement featuring acoustic piano and mellow vibraphone solos backed by an energetic rhythm section. Our arrangement can be used to transition between scenes in a dramatic/action film or TV production.
"Lady Day": Lester Young's nickname for Billie Holiday. Our nostalgic arrangement, which features rubato piano, arco cello and bass, can be used to enhance a dramatic or romantic scene in a film or TV production.
An upbeat jazz-bebop arrangement performed by piano backed by jazz electric guitar, bass and drums. Our arrangement can be used to generate or to underscore excitement in an action or dramatic film or TV production.
Solo acoustic piano performed in New York ragtime (“stride”), which originated in Harlem around the time of World War I. Can be used to enhance a historical or turn-of-the-century documentary film or television production.
Fans of Warner Bros. cartoons will recognize "Sufferin' Succotash" as the mild oath that has become Sylvester P. Pussycat's trademark. Our energetic arrangement features electronic instruments, piano, and baritone saxophone.
"Wishful Thinking", performed by rubato piano and bass, is a reflective ballad conducive to relaxation and meditation. The performance might underscore or otherwise enhance a scene in a romantic film or television production.
"Notary Sojac": a memorable nonsense couplet that appeared in Bill Holman's comic strip, "Smokey Stover" (1935-1973). Our up-tempo arrangement features an extended piano solo sandwiched between vibraphone in- and out-choruses.