Paradise Island

Paradise Island could be a music track straight out of a sexy spy movie, complete with the hypnotizing female vocal harmonies and woodwind melodically dancing throughout. The slow-paced percussion leads you through this exotic, passionate and sensual track, bringing up feelings of relaxation and indulgence, the perfect soundtrack for laying on the beach of an island far, far away.

Flamenco Mexican Standoff

“Flamenco Mexican Standoff” brings together Spanish flamenco music with a Mexican standoff and western showdown feel that is perfect for Cinco de Mayo. Spanish flamenco rhythms are driven by castanets while Spanish-styled guitar alternates between Mexican standoff and Spanish matador melodies, Zorro styled swordfighting duel dynamics, and bullfighting matador flamenco chord progressions. Latin and Spanish percussion brings forth the matador fire of this passionate, energetic, gripping, and suspenseful Pamplona bullfight and sword fight dance that evokes the Latino and Hispanic cultures thriving in Spain, Mexico, and countries in Latin America and South America, including Argentina, Cuba, and Brazil. The fiery, passionate Latin rhythms and intense Flamenco percussion of “Flamenco Mexican Standoff” equally evoke the images of a southwestern, western, Mexican, or Tex-Mex desert as well as a gypsy den, Cinco de Mayo fiesta Spanish mountainside, an Argentinian vaquero duel, or a zorro sword fighting duel. Imagine a matador or bullfighter enticing a bull in a bullfight or the running of the bulls in Pamplona. Perfectly suited for wild west cowboy action of sheriffs and bandits dueling in a gold rush ghost town stand off, “Flamenco Mexican Standoff” is a Mexican stock music track/western stock music track that can also inspire an intense Zorro sword fight or a bull fight – as well as a fiery Latin romantic Spanish dance full of passion and soul. “Flamenco Mexican Standoff” features flamenco Spanish guitar, flamenco castanets, guiro, maracas, shaker, bongos, and congas.

Sounds like The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly; Ennio Morricone; Gipsy Kings; Paco de Lucía; Clint Eastwood, John Wayne, and Sabicas.