|Mood||I feel good!|
Tom Nook (RV)
|Instruments||Drums, piano, trumpet|
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Дикси К. К.
"K.K. Dixie" is a song by K.K. Slider. It has a bright theme to it with many electric, lazy, keyboard patterns based on Antebellum-era folk music from the American south.
Axel, Clyde, Nana and Paula all play this song if they have a stereo. Paula also appears on the album cover with Curt and Bill playing various brass instruments in a typical Antebellum town, alongside K.K. Slider playing a banjo. The Doubutsu no Mori e+ e-Reader card it is based on originally featured Fruity in Bill's place, and Madam Rosa on the balcony. The style of the song is based on early 20th century jazz from the south-eastern United States, specifically Dixieland. The melody resembles the American folk/gospel song"When the Saints Come Marching In", particularly the jazz rendition by Louis Armstrong.
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