|Instruments||Drum kit, bass, vibraphone, woodwind|
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"K.K. Swing" is a K.K. Slider song using a down tempo drum kit, a thumping bass, a vibraphone in some parts, and a wandering wood-wind instrument. Swing music originated in the 1920s in the United States with influences from jazz and classical music. The cover art could possibly be a reference to Glenn Miller, a jazz composer, and trombonist who is featured similarly on the covers of his records. The song that plays during the night shift in Town Hall is similar to this. Aurora, Purrl, Mitzi, Monique, Bettina, Baabara and Gigi play this song if they have a stereo in their houses.
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