Pop

Title Track Length Description Composers Controls
Memphis Muscle 3:04

Uptempo, funked-up blues number with a cool, rolling groove and a bunch of horns full of attitude. Walking tall, feeling cool, it's all going on with a certain swagger. 120bpm

Ray Russell
Soul Shakedown 2:27

Exhilarating, bright, blaring brass riffs, tireless organ and pacey, double-time rhythms get the feet moving and the soul feeling good. Good times roll as the crowd is whipped into a frenzy. 170bpm

Ray Russell
Soul Shakedown underscore 1:51

Upbeat and pacey, double-time rhythms with tireless organ and honking low sax motif get the feet moving and the soul feeling good. Good times roll as the crowd is whipped into a frenzy. 170bpm

Ray Russell
Born Lucky 2:33

Moderate, retro soul groove with searching themes and punchy brass accents giving a sense of gritty street suspense and downtown tension. The P.I. moves through the bars and clubs looking for a break. 105bpm

Ray Russell
All Strung Out On You 2:32

Unhurried, hopefully romantic dancehall heart warmer. Saxophone and brass melodies provide a sentimental hint of retro doo-wop. Shy, tentative sweethearts dream of what might be at the prom. 70bpm

Ray Russell
All Strung Out On You underscore 1:15

Unhurried, hopefully romantic and sentimental themes with gentle backing from guitar and organ. Shy, tentative sweethearts dream of what might be at the prom. 70bpm

Ray Russell
Funk Brothers 2:47

Confident, uptempo funk soul feelgood number with harmonica lead melody and assured, shimmering cool middle-of-the-road groove. Hip guys and cool chicks head on down on the scene. 120bpm

Ray Russell
Hold Me 2:41

Sweet and simple intimate theme for two guitars depicting moments of tenderness and warm affection and this whole thing called love. Romantic boy meets girl movie scenes of innocent first date. 90bpm

Ray Russell
All I Want Is You 2:33

Upbeat, feelgood nostalgic R&B with uplifting, positive themes and assured melodies. You can't keep a good man down - simply feeling great and on top of the world. 115bpm

Ray Russell
Another Lonely Street 2:33

Slow, reflective, easy-smooth session with thoughtful, wistful guitar themes and soft but strong brass section. Life moves on as we sit and take time to reminisce. 75bpm

Ray Russell
Standing By Each Other 2:33

Just two electric guitars play the blues with an endearing sense of straightforward, warm affection and good vibrations. Friends and lovers vow to stick together come what may. 95bpm

Ray Russell
Exit 44 2:34

Uptempo, feelgood clap-a-long classic rock-n-roll with catchy horn melodies and insistent guitar riffs. It's party time - hit the dance floor, on the tables, whatever feels good! 180bpm

Ray Russell
Pedal To The Metal 3:01

Driving, energetic, unrelenting guitar and bass motifs move things along with vibrant brass and cool organ riffs. Cruisin' the freeways, burning some rubber giving the cops the bird. 150bpm

Ray Russell
I Know You Feel Love 4:37

Guitar led pop rock song with atmospheric female vocal. A tender love song from a girl to her lover, together now and forever. 85bpm

Alan D. Boyd
All I Need 3:01

Dreamy eighties style love song with sexy female vocal. Yearning and intimate tribute to love as an experience above all others. 95bpm

Alan D. Boyd
Lies 4:04

Driving hard edged eighties pop song with forceful female vocal. Telling it like it is at the end of a one sided relationship. 140bpm

Three Wishes 3:48

Jagged guitars, eighties synths and a brooding female vocal. A girl asking for those three wishes to be used on winning her love. 120bpm

Alan D. Boyd
Lovers Cruel 3:19

Eighties feel song with guitars, keyboards and female vocals. The ups and downs of loves lost and found, heartache and salvation. 140bpm

Alan D. Boyd
When I Turn Out The Lights 3:24

Smouldering intimate female vocal over eighties influenced pop backing. Confessing to a secret love whilst alone at night in the dark. 120bpm

Alan D. Boyd
The Last Time 3:52

Eighties 'punk reggae' pop song with female vocal. A girl challenges her boy about his cheating and calls an end to their relationship. 150bpm

Alan D. Boyd
Who's That Calling 3:40

Distorted guitars, keys and drums with pounding bass and female vocal. Head over heels in love with a boy who just doesn't notice. 135bpm

Alan D. Boyd
We Can Dance 2:38

Fast eighties song with a post punk feel and female vocal. It's all about dancing through the night to loud music and flashing lights. 150bpm

Alan D. Boyd
The Seasons Closing In 2:34

Pop song with urgent female vocal and a West Coast influence. A claustrophobic feeling in the air and a need to get back to you. 160bpm

Alan D. Boyd
Your Mother Warned You 3:17

Urgent female sung pop song featuring eighties keyboard sounds. A vamp on the loose out to win and break a boy's heart. 155bpm

Alan D. Boyd
Lighting Strikes 3:17

Cute love song with female vocal and eighties electric organ. A story of young love as eyes meet across the school yard. 150bpm

Alan D. Boyd
I Saw it Coming 2:30

Bouncy pop with female vocals, high energy guitar and keyboards. A young challenging her boyfriend to tell her he didn't lie. 165bpm

Alan D. Boyd
Another Step 4:30

Eighties pop with steady chugging guitar and female vocal. Girl meets boy; relationships are complicated; it's not you it's me. 120bpm

Alan D. Boyd
I Know You Feel Love - instrumental 4:37

Easy going mid tempo indie rock guitar groove. A great bed for a piece of investigative journalism or a drive through city streets. 85bpm

Alan D. Boyd
All I Need - instrumental 3:00

Bubbling laid back guitar rock backing track. A slow and dreamy day, good for kicking off down to hang out with the guys. 95bpm

Alan D. Boyd
Lies - instrumental 4:04

Driving hard edged rock with jagged guitar. Fast moving adrenaline fuelled extreme sport action adventure underscore. 140bpm

Alan D. Boyd
Three Wishes - instrumental 3:48

Big drums, guitar and synth eighties pop track. A mixture of surreptitiously slinky, curiously mysterious, and the East! 120bpm

Alan D. Boyd
Lovers Cruel - instrumental 3:20

Happy melodic underscore with great energy. Driving guitar pop to accompany a journey of fun, freedom and adventure. 140bpm

Alan D. Boyd
When I Turn Out The Lights - instrumental 3:23

Pop rock with bass led verses and jangling guitar chorus. Searching, exploring, looking for, but unsure of, the answers. 120bpm

Alan D. Boyd
The Last Time - instrumental 3:52

Eighties punk reggae pop rock track. Exploring the city streets at night looking for where the action is going down. 150bpm

Alan D. Boyd
Who's That Calling - instrumental 3:40

Upbeat eighties synth pop with distorted drums and fuzz. Fast and fun. Full of energy and out in search of a good time. 135bpm

Alan D. Boyd
We Can Dance - instrumental 2:38

Fast eighties track with an energetic post punk feel. Wild dancing through the night to loud music and flashing lights. 150bpm

Alan D. Boyd
The Seasons Closing In - instrumental 2:34

Pop rock with strumming guitars and a West Coast influence. Driving down Highway 1 with wind blowing through your hair. 160bpm

Alan D. Boyd
Your Mother Warned You - instrumental 3:16

Fast moving pop rock with driving guitars and electric organ. A high speed ride across town in a race against time. 155bpm

Alan D. Boyd
Lighting Strikes - instrumental 3:17

Fun and bright pop with upbeat electric organ. At the funfair running from ride to ride enjoying the flashing lights and loud pop music. 150bpm

Alan D. Boyd
I Saw it Coming - instrumental 2:31

Drum intro followed by high energy guitar and keyboards. Wound up like a spring, excited and ready to go for it. 165bpm

Alan D. Boyd
Another Step - instrumental 4:28

Classic steady eighties pulsing rhythmic guitar, bass and drums. Calm, cool and confident. Moving forward with positivity. 120bpm

Alan D. Boyd
Here She Comes Again 3:19

Bright jangling guitar sixties pop. Upbeat and easy. A boy is happy to see his girl walking down the street towards him - but hold on, is she with some other guy? 126bpm

Brian Bennett, James Collins
All Or Nothing 2:39

Energetic driving sixties pop rock. Dynamic energy. An adventure as a group of teenagers set off in search of some kicks and confrontation along the way. 126bpm

Mo Foster
Beyond The Stars 2:33

Distinctive sixties distorted keyboard instrumental. Spacey. Heroically leading an epic exploration into the great unknown. 141bpm

Clem Cattini, Ray Russell
Ready Right Now 2:40

Fast moving harmonica fronted sixties beat combo. Bluesy countdown. Travelling with speed, determined to arrive in time to beat a deadline. 200bpm

Dave Richmond
Coming Back For More 2:09

Cheerful fun sixties pop ditty. Call and answer sections. A bright sunny day in the park laughing and playing games with the kids. 142bpm

Graham Preskett
One Night With You 2:31

Happy go lucky light hearted sixties pop. Bright and breezy. Young free and single, and head over heels in love with someone wonderful.

Ray Russell
Here She Comes Again sting 0:05

Bright jangling guitar sixties pop. Upbeat and easy. A boy is happy to see his girl walking down the street towards him - but hold on, is she with some other guy? 126bpm

Brian Bennett, James Collins