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Genre: Blues & Southern Rock

Found 352 tracks

An atmospheric, moody, bluesy and chilled-out rock / blues-rock / southern rock track. Calm, emotive & gradually building. Hints of Jeff Beck, Joe Satriani & Steve Lukather. Groove city, Arizona. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 83 BPM]

Authentic Blues with slide guitars and an acoustic beat performed in the old-fashioned style. [Tempo: Slow / 98 BPM]

This is a bluesy pop/rock track in the style of Gary Moore. Uplifting and Positive composition. Bluesy guitar soloing accompanied by strings, bass and drumbeat. [Tempo: Medium / 65 BPM]

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Classic blues sound. Wailing blues guitar, with a slowly grinding electric guitar riff. Only two guitars, no drums or anything else. [Tempo: Slow / 62 BPM]

Guitar blues with a retro / historical sound and a rough blues feel. Classic blues / historical blues. Acoustic guitar, later joined by electric bass. [Tempo: Slow, Medium, Fast / 82 BPM]

Simple, positive Blues on solo acoustic guitar. Uplifting and easy. [Tempo: Medium / 118 BPM]

Raw and rough, uptempo blues / boogie. Guitar and slide guitar top line. Also available as an Underscore version, without the lead instruments. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 75 BPM]

Classic, doom-laden blues with attitude. Historical sounding, authentic / genuine blues guitar from a bygone era. Think 'O Brother Where Art Thou'; history / retro, perhaps New Orleans / Southern / probibition era, depression era, or older. Dobro / Blues guitars. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow / 65 BPM]

This is a blues track played with that down home, frisky, southern fried style. Eric Clapton meets Stevie Ray Vaughan on electric guitar. A perfect blend of style and soul wrapped up and ready for your multimedia presentation. Take a ride in a funky, rock, bluesy gutsy vibe. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 118 BPM]

Laid back hard rock, bluesy and edgy. Intro with distorted guitar and drums followed by gutsy guitar line and bass. Half-time shuffle (hip hop feel), heavy bass with layered sounds. Builds to double time with a screaming high guitar solo and a sting ending. Works for any decade from the 60's to now. [Tempo: Slow / 78 BPM]

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Raw, dirty blues-rock featuring slide guitars, bass and drums. Driving, Americano rock. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 120 BPM]

Electric guitar blues. Two guitars. Energetic and bluesy with a rock-blues feel. Cut down to the bone, raw. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 145 BPM]

Slow and sizzling traditional blues with drums, bass, organ and electric guitar. [Tempo: Slow / 70 BPM]

Rough blues with attitude played by two guitars - lead and rhythm. A theme is played, then solos follow. Naked, earthy blues with attitude and vibe. [Tempo: Medium / 150 BPM]

Upbeat southern rock feel, with bluesy guitar work, and brushes on the drums. Quick, but not too busy, definitely south of the Mason Dickson. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 110 BPM]

Classic, doom-laden, blues with attitude. Historical sounding, authentic / genuine blues guitar from a bygone era. Think 'O Brother Where Art Thou'; history / retro, perhaps New Orleans / Southern / probibition era, depression era, or older. Dobro / Blues guitars. [Tempo: Slow / 75 BPM]

Blues piano track, very sensual and hopeful with slow tempo and intimate atmosphere. Soft, sweet, warm music. [Tempo: Slow]

A real 'Well I woke up this morning...' style blues track. Slamming guitar riffs, piano and full blues band. Also available in an underscore version, without the solo/lead lines. [Tempo: Medium / 100 BPM]

Hot and dirty electric blues. Reminiscent of Jimi Hendrix' "Red House". Great if you're looking for a sound-alike or need to add that energetic and sexy vibe to your project. [Tempo: Medium / 66 BPM]

Powerful blues rock song that is upbeat and energetic featuring live electric guitars, bass and drums. In the style of The Black Keys, The White Stripes, Jack White, the song has plenty attitude. [Tempo: Medium / 127 BPM]

A real feelgood acoustic blues rock track featuring guitars and dobro. Cool, breezy, uplifting, highly suitable for TV and media. [Tempo: Medium / 123 BPM]

Soulful, expressive blues performed on only two electric guitars, no other instruments. Emotional, a little bit inspired by the sound of Carlos Santana or Jimi Hendrix. [Tempo: Medium / 90 BPM]

Acoustic guitar lead track with a remarkable harmonica melody and a bluesy vibe. It has a southern, folksy feel to it. Suitable for productions that require an unassuming, simple, hearty backdrop with a touch of the blues. Great for commercials, presentations, film, and TV shows. [Tempo: Medium / 104 BPM]

Powerful and confident guitar riff accompanied by bass guitar and drums. Done in Southern Rock guitar style. [Tempo: Slow / 75 BPM]

Bluesy Chill-out track with a moderate energy level. Slightly melancholic, but not sad. A combination of Chill-out beats and electric solo guitar. [Tempo: Medium / 100 BPM]

Gritty & sombre solo blues, played on tremolo'd electric slide guitar. [Tempo: Slow / 70 BPM]

Slow, sleazy, lazy, mellow, passionate, soulful, climactic blues track. Imagine yourself in some New Orleans blues dive-audience in darkness, air thick with smoke, sweat dripping from your brow as you watch the dimly lit band bare their souls & tell of about the heartache in their lives. Baby done left me. [Tempo: Slow / 100 BPM]

This is the blues track for the working man! It combines a moderately paced, four on the floor bass drum with a catchy, bluesy, electric guitar riff. This continues to evolve with dirty sounding drums and more hard rockin' blues. It is perfect for reality tv, motorcycles, blue collar work, trucking, sexy girls or any scene showing off tough guys or gals. [Tempo: Medium / 86 BPM]

Soulful, expressive blues performed on only two electric guitars, no other instruments. Sincere, emotional, positive and gutsy, yet also wistful, mellow. [Tempo: Medium / 109 BPM]

This is a blues track played with that down home, frisky, southern fried style. Eric Clapton meets Stevie Ray Vaughan on acoustic guitar. A nice blend of style and soul wrapped up and ready for your project. Take a ride in a funky, rock, bluesy gutsy vibe. Instrumental, Blues Music, Modern Blues [Tempo: Medium / 118 BPM]

Uptempo, lively Piano Blues. Historical sounding, with elements of Blues, Ragtime, Swing and Jazz. Full band enters later. [Tempo: Fast, Very fast / 160 BPM]

Sensual and smooth blues piano music. Joyful music, great for relaxed, fun, sweet moments. Cool bluesy and jazzy melodies that wil fit well in commercials, spot and advertising projects. [Tempo: Slow]

Blues rock track, with electric and acoustic guitar, and bass – no percussion. It has a folksy, down-to-earth, solid quality to it. The second half has a sax solo in it, giving it a more cosmopolitan air. Suitable for productions that require that mix between a simple and a more refined atmosphere. Great for film, TV, and commercials. [Tempo: Medium / 104 BPM]

Rhythmic, driven, atmospheric, edgy, hypnotic track with a dark tense mood. Dhol ensembles combine with synths, piano & a determined drum groove to make music suitable for action / thriller / crime / combat / video game based projects. animated, thrilling, suspense-filled & forceful without being heavy. [Tempo: Slow / 139 BPM]

Downtrodden guitar blues with a retro / historical feel. Classic blues / historical blues sound. Acoustic guitar, Dobro, Slide guitar / steel guitar, later joined by subtle Hammond organ. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 78 BPM]

Sparse, laid back, southern, funky blues. Slide guitar, piano and organ with a lazy bass line. [Tempo: Medium / 137 BPM]

Outlaws and fast cars,this track is boogie rock blues. Guitars swing and acoustics pick, slide guitars slither. A fun and nostalgic backdrop for car shows, Reality TV, etc. [Tempo: Medium / 124 BPM]

Intense, monster super-charged modern blues stomper with lots of vintage (and modern) guitar sounds, vocal samples & an undeniably pumping, driving groove. Crazy delta / gospel / rock hybrid. Irresistably foot-tapping and uplifting. Motivate yourself to greatness & get your mojo workin'. [Tempo: Fast / 192 BPM]

A bed of pulsating synth and a low drone create tension, while solo acoustic guitar plays the blues, swamp style. [Tempo: Medium / 106 BPM]

Cool,groovy, laid back,lazy rocker with hints of AC/DC. Gradually building into an intense,powerful, explosive chorus section then back to it's insolent, attitude-soaked verse. Dynamic, purposeful, determined, bluesy, gutsy & gritty. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 96 BPM]

A driving / driven retro rockabilly track with a blues / boogie feel. Like something exciting, fast moving. Sound and style of the 1950's - 1970's. The harmonica gives the track a country / blues sound, whilst the pumping rhythm gives the track a sense of forward movement, like a train on the tracks. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 103 BPM]

Warm and comforting, friendly electric guitar solo. Slight blues feel. Loving, tender and heartwarming. [Tempo: Medium / 109 BPM]

Moody and atmospheric blues-rock ballad. Electric guitar over piano, acoustic guitars, synth, drums & bass. Underscore version is suitable for background use, or just as it is. [Tempo: Medium / 70 BPM]

A groovy, gritty, gutsy and glorious rock track, with elements of heavy metal, progressive rock, blues rock and classic rock. 'Big cojones' style guitar riffing, with lots of attitude. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 84 BPM]

Cool, groovy, rhythmic, exciting, muscular, driven modern bluesy rock track. Bold, weighty, powerful, intense, primitive and thrilling. Would suit sports / extreme sports / action thriller / combat type projects. [Tempo: Medium / 104 BPM]

Classic rock'n roll / blues / boogie track. Retro / 1950's, All-American Diner style rockabilly. Starts off with just piano. Guitar and drums enter later. [Tempo: Medium / 120 BPM]

Raw country blues. Acoustic slide guitar over piano, bass & drums. [Tempo: Slow, Medium, Fast / 145 BPM]

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