Jitterbuggin' Out

Story Behind The Song

This song was created with the theme of the swinging times of the big band era. It initially was a school project, with a slow and steady groove. I wanted to make it based off of the old style private eye entering a room, and getting ready to spring into action.

Song Description

You can feel the easy cool vibe when the song starts. The stand up bass is strumming, and then it's joined by a tinkling piano and organ. All of a sudden the Tom Tom drums start thumping, and next thing you know here comes the horn section. And when the horns come in, you can feel the joint start to jump. a piano break comes in, and then the drums and horns takes it to the end.

Song Length 1:43 Genre Jazz - Big Band, Jazz - Swing
Tempo Medium Fast (131 - 150) Lead Vocal Instrumental
Mood In High Spirits, Jovial Subject Instruments, Party
Similar Artists Count Basie, Fats Waller Language No Language
Era 1920 - 1929
Music Kirkland A. Cole Producer Kirkland A. Cole
Publisher Kirkland A. Cole Performance Kirkland A. Cole
This track is on 3 Member Playlists
Playlist Creator Playlist Name Date Added
Ionut Mirel Udrea My Favourites Songs 9/3/2017
Ionut Mirel Udrea My Top Songs 9/3/2017
Ionut Mirel Udrea Best Jazz 9/3/2017

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