Mark Adams | Les Baxter | Skip Heller

MARK ADAMS  
Singer, songwriter and recording artist Mark Adams has composed original music for film (The Day After Tomorrow, The Rowdy Girls) and episodic television (The Missy Elliot Project) while gigging and recording with local LA area country rock band, Rancho Deluxe. Some of Mark's other projects include (sound design and editing for): Arrested Development, Joan of Arcadia, Strong Medicine, Rescue Me, and Deadwood.

 

LES BAXTER

 

 

Les Baxter's numerous top ten hits on Capitol Records during the 40's, 50's, and 60's (Unchained Melody, The Poor People of Paris, Ruby, Because of You, April in Portugal) gave big band music an exciting new sound. His work has been recorded, sampled, or remixed by artists such as The Beastie Boys, Thievery Corporation, Martin Denny, Mix Master Mike, and many others. Les Baxter's body of work contains a variety of eclectic and exotic lounge, big band, and orchestral sounds. His groundbreaking "Exotica" albums with Capitol Records such as African Jazz, Jungle Jazz, Tamboo, and The Sacred Idol, remain not only as the centerpiece of the genre, but also as the soundtrack to a cultural lifestyle for many Exotica lovers around the world.

 

SKIP HELLER

 

Skip Heller is Bax Music's amazingly talented jazz musician and composer of original music for film and episodic tv. His knowledge of compositional styles and recording techniques makes him an incredibly valuable and much appreciated recource to Bax Music and our clients. Allmusic.com describes Skip as "overly versatile." This over versatility is what makes Skip so well suited to the eclectic world of various film & tv projects. Whether your project calls for music "inspired by" an existing piece (check out The Jeopardy Box and Six Feet Around) or hip new music in the retro style (view Skip's Quicksilver commerical or audio only), nothing is too out of the ordinary.

 
MUSIC BY SKIP
 
The following songs are password protected, to request access, contact Bax Music.
 
 
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