All Jazz moods from Fusion and Jazz Funk to Dixieland and Ragtime with up to date Acid Jazz and Electro Swing styles.
- Acid Jazz
- Dinner Jazz
- Electro Swing
- Gypsy Jazz
- Jazz Funk
- Jazz Fusion
- Smooth Jazz
- Swing Jazz
Optimistic, joyful, comedic, cartoonish, children’s track with piano, percussion, guitar, and whistle.
Let The Show Begin is a dynamic and uplifting track with a happy and upbeat mood. Featuring drums, bass, sax, trumpet, trombone and piano.
Funny, playful and happy blues track featuring ukulele, guitar, jazz drums, brushes, double bass, and vibraphone.
A Smooth Jazz piece featuring guitar melody. A nice funky and contemporary vibe! Sounds like Lee Ritenour or Larry Carlton. Nice background music for video.
Lot’s of energy and passion! Evokes the feeling of an exotic location. Nylon string guitar plays the melody. A nice live performance feel.
Old time blues, jazz with a real nice feel. All real instruments and musicians. A natural sounding drum kit and bass. The feature instrument is resonator guitar, giving it a 1930’s or 1940’s feel. Enjoy!
Released by the Jon Burr Quintet on “Very Good Year” (2014) this contrefact of “Stompin’ at the Savoy” is reminiscent of Chet Baker, early Miles, Quincy Jones. It’s got an elegant, intelligent, cool, upscale vibe.
Released by the Jon Burr Quintet on “Very Good Year” (2014), this contrefact of “All The Things You Are” is in the hard-bop style, reminiscent of Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, and Miles Davis
Released by the Jon Burr Quintet on “Very Good Year” (2014), this contrafact of Cole Porter’s “Out of This World” is in a hard-bop modern jazz style, reminiscent of Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, and Miles Davis
Featured on the Jon Burr Quintet release “Very Good Year” (2014), this is a hard-bop contrafact of “All the Things You Are” in the style of Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Miles Davis