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Tracks Listed In: Humour, Comedy, Sitcom, Fun, Slapstick

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Rock a bye baby (1.17MB) - See more info.

A sweet, mellow version of the famous children's lullaby, played by a kalimba (African thumb harp) with acoustic guitar backing.

Dave Yowell
Run for the hills (13.37MB) - See more info.

A fast and intense piece with a country-jazzy-bluesy flavour.

The Brain Drain Gang
Salama Ya Habibi Orch-cues combo (12.8MB) - See more info.

"Salama Ya Habibi!".

Sultan Makendé
Salama Ya Habibi Orchestral-instrumental (37.41MB) - See more info.

"Salama Ya Habibi!".

Sultan Makendé
Salama Ya Habibi Orchestral-vocal (38.25MB) - See more info.

"Salama Ya Habibi!".

Sultan Makendé
Soweto Jolly Jumpy Jive - cues-trans-hits composite (27.47MB) - See more info.

This is the composite file of short cues, transitions and hits.

The Uyolo Guys
Soweto Jolly Jumpy Jive - Full version (39.67MB) - See more info.

A happy and bouncy "Soweto Jive" from Soweto, Johannesburg, South Africa.

The Uyolo Guys
Soweto Jolly Jumpy Jive - Instrumental (39.37MB) - See more info.

A happy and bouncy "Soweto Jive" from Soweto, Johannesburg, South Africa.

The Uyolo Guys
Soweto Jolly Jumpy Jive - Percussion groove (5.35MB) - See more info.

This is a short percussion groove taken from the main version.

The Uyolo Guys
Teknotic chopstix (44.72MB) - See more info.

This is  a tongue in cheek, electro-tekno-schmaltzy version of "The Celebrated Chop Waltz", also known as "Chopsticks" in some countries, especially the USA.

Sultan Makendé

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