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Cheese - Volume 1
A collection of whimsical and playful tracks that are perfect for advertisments and promotional videos. Each track is highly unique, exciting, and fun.
Label Name: Darwin Music
This spunky track will take you back to the 1960s, the glory days of classic rock and roll. A good piece for an old fashioned party scene with the young at heart. Electric guitar, baritone sax, tambourine, and a drum set.
A classic 8-bar blues progression with a rhythm section in a swung rock style.
Put on your sunday best for this classic track. Reminiscent of old fashioned sitcoms, this is a perfect cue for the opening credits to a TV series of yesteryears.
Laid-back instrumental bossa nova, great for a beginning or ending sequence in a short video.
Tapping into the disco genre, this is a mildly upbeat and happy tune. Synth strings, trumpets, funky electric guitar, bass guitar, and tambourine. A nice track for a promotional video.
Perfect for your late-60s/early 70s love theme, this "over the top" track will give you all the emotional cheeiness that you need. Complete with strings, harmonica, soft drums, guitar, chimes, and piano.
This happenin' track fits right into an early 1980s promotional ad. Lively and energizing, its beat will be sure to put a smile on your face all the way to Funkytown.
Reminiscent of New Orleans jazz, this two-beat feel includes a rhythmic banjo, honky-tonk piano, flute, and bass guitar.
Sentimental and cheesy. This is soft rock straight from the late 1970s. Fantastic for a cinematic montage.
A great promotional piece from the 1970s. With its upbeat rhythm and instrumentation, this lovey-dovey music is sure to hit the spot.