Here's a collected post of all 4 volumes of Library Music Selections complete with download links and streaming options!
Over the years my love for soundtracks from the '70s has broadened to include library music (production music for film, television, and radio). Volume 1 collects some of the heavy hitters in the funk and jazz genres. I think of this as the gateway album to get you hooked for the other 3 volumes.
link to vol.1 NEW LINK!
Vol.2 Deep Cuts and Dark Beats focuses on the darker side library music and the variety of styles that fall under that umbrella. It's like a soundtrack to a horror film that was never made, or the library companion piece to the Written In Blood series. It's more atmospheric than melodic, but there are some great beat driven tracks and eerie pieces that should please any horror music aficionado.
link to updated LM Vol.2
Now with more harpsichord! Volume 3 collects library music with a baroque or classical feel and some folk elements mixed in. Perfect background music for any season. Get your horse and buggy ready for a smooth ride through the countryside!
link to LM-Vol 3
As the title suggests, Volume 4 is a mix of analog synthesizers, keyboards, organs, and other electronic curiosities. Some tracks were exclusively created with a synthesizer while others use it simply as a texture. It's only the tip of the iceberg, but it's a fun expedition into another genre of library music.
link LM Vol.4