1960s

1960s

A swinging collection of royalty free music tracks in the style of 1960s music. The 1960s or ‘Swinging Sixties’ was a great time for music with bands like the Beatles topping the charts in the UK and America. British pop artists and bands made fame in the USA in the early 60s in what was known as ‘the British invasion’ in the mid sixties. Popular styles of music in the 60s were Rock’n’roll, The Motown sound and R&B. Other styles that emerged in the sixties were Psychedelic rock with the likes of Jimmy Hendrix and Surf rock with the likes of the Beach boys. The British invasion continued to take over the music scene with bands like The Who, The Kinks and The Rolling Stones.

120 03:05

Upbeat driving 1960’s rock/surf instrumental with organ.

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120 02:07

Rock n Roll surf instrumental, upbeat, rocking, driving, nostalgic, surf, beach, waves, sun, fun, sand, tan.

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138 04:12

A cool 1960s vibe with a live band feel. This jazzy track rolls along with walking jazz bass and funky beats.

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245 02:17

An upbeat groove led by a melodic twangy guitar. A potentially useful song in a variety of genres and moods.

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157 03:00

This is fun music with flute and synth flies playing the main melody with horns section stabs in the style of blues. It could be useful in so many applications and different media projects.

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148 02:53

Happy, lively, playful, up-tempo 21st Century lounge-style groove. Dynamic drums, repetitive riff, retro jazzy breaks, static beats. Rhodes piano, Hammond organ, guitar, brass stabs, congas, synth sound effects and transitions.

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125 00:40

A powerful track. Imagine speed, trouble, busy morning, cars, coffee, morning rush. Rock with modern touches and some madness.

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120 01:31

“Positive Vibes” is an uplifting, positive music track featuring electric guitar, acoustic guitar, drums and tambourine.

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110 02:52

A take on the classic “Bo Diddley” groove. Real drums, guitar and bass. The guitar has a very authentic 1950s, 1960’s sound. Builds nicely!

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