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Big Spender 8 mixes

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Big Spender 2805/4 Dave James (PRS) | Keith Beauvais (PRS)
Up-tempo, swinging 60s party groover with perky brass, piano & handclaps
1:44
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  • Album60's Kitsch 2805
  • KeyG#m/Abm (ends in G#m/Abm)
  • Metre4/4
  • Tempo150 bpm (ends at 150)
  • Tempo NotesFast
  • ISRCGB-FFM-17-80504
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2017
FactoidThe richest man in the world during the 1960s is thought to have been oil magnate John Paul Getty, with a fortune estmated at $700 million to $1 billion. Despite his wealth, he insisted guests use a payphone he'd installed in his London mansion.
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Big Spender 2 2805/36 Dave James (PRS) | Keith Beauvais (PRS)
Up-tempo, swinging 60s party groover underscore with a hint of intrigue
1:43
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  • Album60's Kitsch 2805
  • KeyG#m/Abm (ends in G#m/Abm)
  • Metre4/4
  • Tempo150 bpm (ends at 150)
  • Tempo NotesFast
  • ISRCGB-FFM-17-80536
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2017
FactoidThe richest man in the world during the 1960s is thought to have been oil magnate John Paul Getty, with a fortune estmated at $700 million to $1 billion. Despite his wealth, he insisted guests use a payphone he'd installed in his London mansion.
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Big Spender 3 2805/37 Dave James (PRS) | Keith Beauvais (PRS)
Up-tempo, swinging 60s party groover underscore with a surf pop feel
1:43
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  • Album60's Kitsch 2805
  • KeyG#m/Abm (ends in G#m/Abm)
  • Metre4/4
  • Tempo150 bpm (ends at 150)
  • Tempo NotesFast
  • ISRCGB-FFM-17-80537
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2017
FactoidThe richest man in the world during the 1960s is thought to have been oil magnate John Paul Getty, with a fortune estmated at $700 million to $1 billion. Despite his wealth, he insisted guests use a payphone he'd installed in his London mansion.
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Big Spender 4 2805/38 Dave James (PRS) | Keith Beauvais (PRS)
Swinging 60s percussion groove with mysterious vibraphone, bass & guitar
1:37
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  • Album60's Kitsch 2805
  • KeyG#m/Abm (ends in G#m/Abm)
  • Metre4/4
  • Tempo150 bpm (ends at 150)
  • Tempo NotesFast
  • ISRCGB-FFM-17-80538
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2017
FactoidThe richest man in the world during the 1960s is thought to have been oil magnate John Paul Getty, with a fortune estmated at $700 million to $1 billion. Despite his wealth, he insisted guests use a payphone he'd installed in his London mansion.
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Big Spender 5 (60) 2805/39 Dave James (PRS) | Keith Beauvais (PRS)
Up-tempo, swinging 60s party groover with perky brass, piano & handclaps
1:00
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  • Album60's Kitsch 2805
  • KeyG#m/Abm (ends in G#m/Abm)
  • Metre4/4
  • Tempo150 bpm (ends at 150)
  • Tempo NotesFast
  • ISRCGB-FFM-17-80539
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2017
FactoidThe richest man in the world during the 1960s is thought to have been oil magnate John Paul Getty, with a fortune estmated at $700 million to $1 billion. Despite his wealth, he insisted guests use a payphone he'd installed in his London mansion.
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Big Spender 6 (30) 2805/40 Dave James (PRS) | Keith Beauvais (PRS)
Up-tempo, swinging 60s party groover with perky brass, piano & handclaps
0:30
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  • Album60's Kitsch 2805
  • KeyG#m/Abm (ends in G#m/Abm)
  • Metre4/4
  • Tempo150 bpm (ends at 150)
  • Tempo NotesFast
  • ISRCGB-FFM-17-80540
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2017
FactoidThe richest man in the world during the 1960s is thought to have been oil magnate John Paul Getty, with a fortune estmated at $700 million to $1 billion. Despite his wealth, he insisted guests use a payphone he'd installed in his London mansion.
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Big Spender 7 (Sting) 2805/41 Dave James (PRS) | Keith Beauvais (PRS)
Up-tempo, swinging 60s party groover sting with perky brass
0:05
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  • Album60's Kitsch 2805
  • KeyG#m/Abm (ends in G#m/Abm)
  • Metre4/4
  • Tempo150 bpm (ends at 150)
  • Tempo NotesFast
  • ISRCGB-FFM-17-80541
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2017
FactoidThe richest man in the world during the 1960s is thought to have been oil magnate John Paul Getty, with a fortune estmated at $700 million to $1 billion. Despite his wealth, he insisted guests use a payphone he'd installed in his London mansion.
0:03
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  • Album60's Kitsch 2805
  • KeyG#m/Abm (ends in G#m/Abm)
  • Metre4/4
  • Tempo150 bpm (ends at 150)
  • Tempo NotesFast
  • ISRCGB-FFM-17-80542
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2017
FactoidThe richest man in the world during the 1960s is thought to have been oil magnate John Paul Getty, with a fortune estmated at $700 million to $1 billion. Despite his wealth, he insisted guests use a payphone he'd installed in his London mansion.
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Daddy Cool 2805/3 10 mixes Dave James (PRS) | Keith Beauvais (PRS)
Swinging 60s pool party twister with jazzy horns, strings & surf pop guitar
3:05
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Gumshoe 1054/4 11 mixes Mike Stobbie (PRS)
Pacey, building, melodramatic, 1960's. Every cliché in the book!
3:14
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Hit The Jackpot 2805/2 9 mixes Dave James (PRS)
Fast driving 60s kitsch pop with killer brass hooks & blaring trumpet solos
2:27
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Living The High Life 2805/1 11 mixes Dave James (PRS) | Keith Beauvais (PRS)
High-octane, stylish & funky retro jazz soul with blazing horn section
2:24
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Something For The Weekend 2805/6 9 mixes Dave James (PRS) | Keith Beauvais (PRS)
Cool, up-tempo 1960s jazz club piano boogaloo with swinging trumpet solo
2:22
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Sticking Around 2 2958/23 17 mixes Bob Bradley (PRS) | Timothy Hutton (PRS) | John Beck (PRS)
Groovy driving soul/R&B instrumental hot brass, harmonica, guitar & organ
3:00
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