Strange mix of folk, world music, jazz, Morricorne/Nino Rota soundtracks, cartoon music and Spike Jones. (The composer not the video director).
(((1))) Twangy, jazzy, some Asian/Eastern scales & tones and chanting. Interesting but weird.
((((2)))) Lively, jazzy with banjo & melodica and total chaos at 1:06-1:29.
((((3)))) Off-kilter harmonics & banjo, weird time signature, some Hawai’ian sounds & other randomness. Gets more interesting as it goes along.
(((4))) Slow, short waltz
((((5)))) Trippy, Asian tone/scale but very twangy and cartoony.
((((6)))) Weird ska-jazz thing but with a Morricone-ish flavor.
((7)) Twangy, rubbery, 60’s surf (?) meets experimental jam that doesn’t work at all.
(((8))) Smoky, jazzy, like Lou Reed signing in a David Lynch movie at your local desert’s motel.
(((9))) Olde tymey, “flumpa-dumpa-strumma” jazz mixed with improv oddities. Confusing but amusing.
((10)) Guitar strums and other random pieces not glued together. Very cartoon-y.
((((11))) Weird version of the “generic Mexican” song. (As in every Speedy Gonzales cartoon). Done up with in a very odd tune and some neat percussion.
(((12))) Weird bassy, jazz with harmonica and a “free Dixieland” vibe?
(((13))) Cartoony take on another Mexican traditional. Lots of silliness but kind of fun.
((((14)))) A bit like a army march version of “Glory Hymn of the Republic” but think much better.
((15)) Campfire guitar and harmonica and a stray horn or two. Too loose sounding.