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Track Title Genre Track Description PlayLink
DELTA LADY (Elevated Instrumental) Rock/Pop “Lifting urban life skyward” – Elisa Graves Otis, inventor of the elevator, suggested piping music into the box to calm the nerves of wary passengers, hence, the phrase “Elevator Music” was coined.  With intent, this Instrumental has been “elevated”. Click to Listen
DINOSAUR (Elevated Instrumental) Urban/R&B “Lifting urban life skyward” – Elisa Graves Otis, inventor of the elevator, suggested piping music into the box to calm the nerves of wary passengers, hence, the phrase “Elevator Music” was coined.  With intent, this Instrumental has been “elevated”. Click to Listen
EARTH ANGEL (Elevated Instrumental) Rock/Pop “Lifting urban life skyward” – Elisa Graves Otis, inventor of the elevator, suggested piping music into the box to calm the nerves of wary passengers, hence, the phrase “Elevator Music” was coined.  With intent, this Instrumental has been “elevated”. Click to Listen
I’M A KING BEE Blues Written by Slim Harpo under his real name of James Moore, “King Bee” was also featured on the 1964 debut album of the Rolling Stones.  This version features 60s Bay Area Psychedelic cult group, the Chocolate Watchband. Click to Listen
LADY BLUE (Backing Track) Rock/Pop Written by Motown Recods founder, Barry Gordy, Jr., and became a mid-seventies hit for Leon Russell.  This Backing Track or Underscoreshows Russell’s Memphis influences with solid Al Jackson-styled Drum groove.  Tenor Sax fills throughout. Click to Listen
NIGHT TRAIN Urban/R&B Twelve-bar Blues Instrumental Standard first recorded by Jimmy Forrest in 1951.  The Tom Politzer arrangement leans on the 1961 James Brown approach, Tenor Sax leads with 4-piece Rhythm Section.  Rock out! Click to Listen
NIGHT TRAIN (Backing Track) Urban/R&B Music Minus One, (Sax), for the twelve-bar Blues Instrumental Standard first recorded by Jimmy Forrest in 1951.  This underscore leans heavily on the 1961 James Brown approach, with a 4-piece Rhythm Section.  Rock out! Click to Listen
NIGHT TRAIN (Cue) Urban/R&B 55 Second Cue or Transition for the twelve-bar Blues Instrumental Standard, first recorded by Jimmy Forrest in 1951.  The Tom Politzer arrangement leans on the 1961 James Brown approach, Tenor Sax leads with 4-piece Rhythm Section.  Rock out! Click to Listen
SAVE YOUR LOVE FOR ME Blues 12/8 Jazz-Blues, cut in London and featuring Piano Quintet in support of Dana Sedgwick.  Originally from Al Jarreau’s 1994 “Tenderness” album, more recently cut by Jane Monheit at the turn-of-the-century.  Tenor Sax solo at 2:15. Click to Listen
SAVE YOUR LOVE FOR ME (Backing Track) Rock/Pop Backing Track or Underscore for the 12/8 Jazz-Blues, cut in London and featuring Piano Quintet.  Originally from Al Jarreau’s 1994 “Tenderness” album, more recently cut by Jane Monheit at the turn-of-the-century.  Tenor Sax solo at 2:15. Click to Listen
YES INDEED Blues Ray Charles’ Rock ‘n Roll send up of the Sy Oliver composition from 1958.  Upbeat, Churchy, Retro & Swingin’!  Has Ray’s signature pump organ intro, “Raylets” Background Vocals and full Horn Section with Tenor Sax solo at 1:20, courtesy of Tower of Power. Click to Listen
YES INDEED (Backing Track w/BGVs) Blues Backing Track with ‘Raylets’ Background Vocal parts for Ray Charles’ Rock ‘n Roll send up of the Sy Oliver composition from 1958.  Upbeat, Churchy, Retro & Swingin’!  Has Ray’s signature pump organ intro and full Horn Section with Tenor Sax solo at 1:20. Click to Listen
YES INDEED (Backing Track) Blues Backing Track or Underscore for Ray Charles’ Rock ‘n Roll send up of the Sy Oliver composition from 1958.  Upbeat, Churchy, Retro & Swingin’!  Has Ray’s signature pump organ intro and full Horn Section with Tenor Sax solo at 1:20 courtesy: Tower of Power. Click to Listen