In the mid 1960s Jazz fusion was born, a hybrid of Jazz, Funk, Rock and R&B with elaborate chord progressions and complex arrangements. Jazz funk sometimes called Progressive jazz or just ’Fusion’ was big throughout the70s and 80s developing into other styles like Jazz metal and Jazz rock. Jazzy, funky music for film, television and video production.
Very sensual track made by tenor sax, delayed guitars, a Rhodes keyboard and a smoothy drum beat. Great for erotic content or sex scenes,
Grooving jam track with rocking bass lines, cosmic synths and spacey electric lap steel slide guitar lines with a commercial ending. Very moving jam track great for travel, nature, and city lifestyles.
Moody jazz double bass and phased Rhodes dominate this track with funky clavinet, sax and electric guitar licks behind a busy tight beat.
This is what I imagine New York City to sound like while raining. A Jazzy yet Funky chill vibe with playful melodies and thoughtful chords.
A sophisticated jazz fusion drum and bass track with sweeping synth chords, smooth bass line, electric piano and chimes, this track soon picks up a pace with rolling beats and a 70s style synth solo.
A vintage sounding Drum and Bass tune with live drum kit sound, stompy bass and Hammond organ using Lesley rotating speaker with plenty of key changes.
Samba track with elements of modern jazz. Performed by a live guitar, flute, brass, percussion and piano.
Reflective electronica royalty free jazzy indie-pop instrumental music with tempo change and a calm slightly anxious feel.
A contemplative track that uses a combination of expressive tenor and soprano saxophone melodies mixed with ever-building percussive and synthesized rhythms to create a hybrid that both relaxes and motivates at the same time with uplifting positivity. 100 bpm, Db Major.
A beautiful track that uses layered percussive drum beats to accompany tenor saxophone Major 7th chords, a bass line, and a lyrical soprano saxophone melody. Creates an atmosphere and fusion of happiness and discovery. D Major/A Major, 160 bpm.