Stock music tracks written in classic 1950s early rock'n roll styles. Think doo-wop, sock hop, American Graffiti and the music of Little Richard, Chuck Berry and Fats Domino. There is also a touch of New Orleans blues rock in some tracks.
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|At the Prom||One of our best 1950s stock music tracks. At the Prom is the slow dance. It's got that classic doo-wop triplet feeling. This tune immediately sets a nostalgic mood, looking back over time.||
|Deuce Coup||Deuce Coup rolls in with a confident masculine sound. This song is powered by a low blues guitar riff suggesting late night parties and laughter among friends.||
|Fat Dominos||This song sounds like the New Orleans boogie shuffles made popular by Fats Domino. A great sax section plus typical boogie piano licks keep this track rolling along. A good time is had by all.||
|Twistin'||Twistin' is upbeat, energetic, straight-ahead rockand roll. The tempo is fast with guitar, organ and sax taking turns with the melody. This song is in the style of the great Twist records by Chubby Checker.||
|Club Tipitina||Club Tipitina is a blues shuffle in the style of New Orleans piano great Professor Longhair. The song is powered by boogie piano playing and a strong backing horn section. Rollicking solos by tenor saxophone and piano are...||
|Surfin' Turf||Makes a great retro detective or secret agent TV theme. Surfin' Turf is written in the surf rock style of the old teenage beach party movies. The mood is serious, there is a sense of danger and apprehension about the track -...||