Western Spanish Bullfight Suspense

Western Spanish Bullfight Suspense

“Western Spanish Bullfight Suspense” is a classic, epic, western showdown track that builds suspense into danger. Beginning with the sounds of tension and suspense, the western showdown/mexican standoff feel climbs into a climax of epic sonic proportions. The Spanish matador waits with nervous anticipation for the bull to charge and rage, the western cowboy eyes the wild horse – daring it to approach his lasso, and the outlaw locks his gaze on the ghost town sheriff…but who will draw first in this dangerous game…in this duel of souls, wits, and guts?

The mystery and unpredictability of the wild west crescendos into a desert dust storm of howling winds, pounding hooves, and grit. In “Western Spanish Bullfight Suspense” whispers become harbingers of doom, for as still as it seems, the Mexican desert is full of mysteries, danger, and sudden confrontation. Quiet as a rattlesnake one moment, suddenly you are in Spain, and the running of the bulls draws nearer and nearer…and nearer into a flamenco frenzy! Will there be triumph… or only despair?

An old-fashioned western showdown is taking place in this flamenco spaghetti western track, and the heart of the Spanish matador slowly begins to increase its tempo to a flamenco fever. Passion, rage, and turmoil are about to burst forth! The blood of the western cowboy is beginning to pulse rhythmically, matching the cantering, thunderous hoofbeats of the quickly approaching wild stallion! The good sheriff spits his tobacco out, and the bad and ugly old west outlaw is ready to make his move! But… hold your breath…there’s only room for one of us in this ghost town. No one is backing down. Mano y mano, bad hombre. One on one. Make your move.

The moment of truth is here! Feeling lucky, desperado? Go!

Naw…maybe you should just have kept on ramblin’ on, partner…

“Western Spanish Bullfight Suspense” features Spanish guitar, acoustic steel string guitar, and Latin percussion (maracas, castanets, claves, congas, bongos, flamenco claps).

Sounds like Ennio Morricone, Gipsy Kings, Gheorghe Zamfir, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Ojos de Brujo, Chambao, and Cusco.

Main Version: 3:55 Percussion Only: 3:55

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