21 March 2012

Episode 73: Jazz Music 2

The Cat Allergy Twins visit the genre of Jazz once again, having first explored the topic back in Episode 13.  Who are the Cat Allergy Twins, you ask?  Oh, that's just one of the many jazz-style nicknames Brent and Rob find for each other in this swinging edition of The Legacy Music Hour.  Check it out, you cool cats, and stop making these guys allergic.  Shoobie doobie wah yah yahhh!  NOTE: Rob made a huge error in that he accidentally played a track he had played on a previous episode.  Brent made an error in that he didn't notice Rob's error until it was too late.  As you may already know, The Legacy Music Hour makes a specific effort to not repeat tracks on any episode.  Oh, well.  Full track listing below.



Game - Composer - Song - Company - Console - Year (North American release unless otherwise indicated)

Vegas Stakes - Kimitaka Matsumae - The Hideaway - HAL Laboratory/Nintendo - SNES - 1993

Bubsy in Claws Encounters of the Furred Kind - Matt Berardo, Rudy Helm - Shadow Bopping (Shadow Shirt Theme) - Accolade - Genesis - 1993

Snoopy Concert - Dave Brubeck, Minako Hamano (arr.) - Daylight Forest (Benjamin) - Mitsui Fudosan/Pax Softonica/Nintendo - Super Famicom - 1995

Zero4 Champ - Tsukushi Sasaki - Seaside Memories - Media Rings - PC Engine - 1991

EarthBound - Keiichi Suzuki, Hirokazu Tanaka, Hiroshi Kanazu, Toshiyuki Ueno - Venus Live! - Nintendo - SNES - 1995

Thunder Fox - Kazuko Umino - Aircraft Carrier, Boss 3 - Taito - Genesis - 1991

Rocket Knight Adventures - Masanori Oouchi, Hiroshi Kobayashi, Masanori Adachi, Aki Hata, Michiru Yamane - Stage 4 - Konami - Genesis - 1993

Championship Bowling - Nakamiti - Slow Lane - Soft Machine/Mentrix Software - Genesis - 1993

Ganbare Goemon 2: Kiteretsu Shōgun Magginesu - Kazuhiko Uehara,Tomoya Tomita, Nobuyuki Akena - The End? - Konami - Super Famicom - 1993

Dynamite Headdy - Katsuhiko Suzuki (Nazo² Suzuki), Aki Hata, Kazuo Hanzawa (NON), Yasuko, Koji Yamada - Tonight's a Jazzy Night - Treasure - Genesis - 1994

Wally wo Sagase!  Ehon no Kuni no Daibouken Where's Wally? - Masanao Akahori - Area Full of Waldo Watchers - Tomy/Natsu System - Super Famicom - 1993

Itadaki Street: Watashi no Oten ni Yottette - Toshiyuki Ueno - Iron Night (Roulette) - ASCII/Game Studio/Loginsoft - Famicom - 1991

Bahamut Lagoon - Noriko Matsueda - Menu - Square - Super Famicom - 1996

Shining Force Gaiden: Final Conflict - Motoaki Takenouchi - Devoted Soldier's Requiem - Camelot Software Planning - Game Gear (Japan) - 1995

Ganbare Goemon Kirakira Douchuu: Boku ga Dancer ni Natta Wake - Kazuhiko Uehara, Yukie Morimoto, Tomoya Tomita - Mini Game Menu - Konami - Super Famicom - 1995

2 comments:

  1. Hey guys, that Snoopy Concert track was Jam! Firstly, a lot of the instruments sounded a lot like instruments used in Phantasy Star II. Secondly, composition was awesome.

    Nathan from Portland
    Thirdly, and I'm surprised Switch didn't mention this, is that it sounds JUST LIKE SFII. :) More accurately, the bass line in the last measure just before it loops is one note different than the bass line for Zangief's stage on the Snes. Anyway, fun episode. Love the Jazz Hands pic.

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    1. As it turns out and mentioned on later episodes, all of the music in Snoopy Concert was adapted from various Peanuts TV specials, so none of it was originally composed for the game. The one in this episode was actually a Dave Brubeck piece called Benjamin.

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