Description : A male chorus sings "da da da" in a huge physical space.
Description : A brass ensemble, in an expressive space, plays hushed chords.
Note: the first chord enters on BEAT 2 of each phrase.
Implied Harmonies: A---Bm7
Description : A gentle 16th-note funk groove featuring tambourine prominent in a broad swing. Expressive space. Similar to the groove heard in the 1968 record "Am I The Same Girl?" by Barbara Acklin.
Description : A male choir, in an expressive space, sings a soulful harmony passage.
Implied Harmonies: B---C#m7---B---C#m7
Description : Upbeat 90's dance groove. 8 seamless bars.
Description : Thumping, stomping British medium-tempo 8th-note feel rock beat from about 1980. Cavernous reverb and bass boost. 8 seamless bars. It'll make a grown man cry...
Description : 8 seamless bars of a syncopated riff typical of 1960's Kingston Ska. Do note: Typical of a reggae beat, the first eighth-note is silent.
Implied Harmonies: A----Bm7---E
Description : At a medium-slow tempo, a rich synth patch plays gentle but insistent chords.
Implied Harmonies: C----Fmaj7
Description : 16 seamless bars of a ukelele playing a strummed riff in the 1920's swing style.
In Cut time, this riff works out to a tempo of 160bpm. However it can be equally used at half that: 80bpm.
Description : 8 seamless bars of a 4-part choir doing expressive Oohs... in the British Invasion style of The Breakaways.
Implied Harmonies: E Blues
Description : 8 seamless bars of a sitar riff, played in a 1960's British Pop style.
Implied Harmony: E Blues
Description : 8 seamless bars of a perky little riff , played unison on vibraphone and xylophone, typical of the British pop instrumentals of the early 1960's.
Implied harmony: E Blues
Description : 8 seamless bars of a punchy brass section, doing a riff typical of pop England in the early 1960's. Essentially monophonic, oldschool-style. Note: this is a syncopated groove, meant to be heard against a steady 4/4 rhythm (like my Early 60's Britpop Drumgroove). The first downbeat here is silent.
Implied Harmonies: E Blues
Description : 8 seamless bars of a piano riff, typical of "British Invasion" pop in the early 60's. Deliberately a little strident and jangly-sounding. EQ it down, if you need to. Essentially monophonic, in the oldschool style.
Key of E Blues
Description : 8 seamless measures of a bass ostinato groove, played by two basses: an upright concert bass and an electric bass. Given a thumping, slightly jangly "British Invasion" monophonic quality.
Description : 8 seamless measures of a steady, brisk 8th-note based drumgroove typical of a "British Invasion" pop record of the early 1960's. Deliberately big, jangly and a little noisy, (yet never clipping 0dB). Essentially mixed monophonic, too, oldschool-style.
Description : 8 seamless bars of an upbeat, 8th-note based groove, including handclaps and the stomping of shoe heels. Inspired by the 1970 Motown hit, "Stoned Love" by The Supremes.
Description : 4 seamless bars of a steady 8th-note drum and clap groove, similar to the one heard in 1962's "In The Dark" by Motown's The Creations.
Description : 8 seamless bars of a Motown-style piano riff played on piano.
Implied Harmonies: F#---A#m7----G#m7---C#13
Description : 4 seamless bars of a drum and clap rhythm, as heard in a 1965 British Girl Group recording.
Description : 4 seamless bars of a hard-hitting techno-funk groove, in the style of the 1980's.
Description : 4 seamless bars of a Danelectro Baritone guitar playing some bold chords.
Implied Harmonies: E--A6
Description : Strange celestial synth voices slowly sing spacey chords. 8 seamless bars.
Implied Harmonies: Emaj7---G#m7---F#m7---B7addb9
Description : A dreamy synth patch plays slow, swooshing, spacey chords. 8 seamless bars.
Implied Harmonies: Gm7---C6
Description : A bright, percussive piano riff in a Latin-Funk style. Andantino tempo. 8 seamless bars.
Implied harmonies: Cm7---F/G