ReMix: Super Mario Bros. 'Jazz Plumber Trio'
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Okay, I can pretty much guarantee, if you don't like Jazz, you won't like this . . in fact, even if you do, I'm not so sure . . . HOWEVER, I think it came out pretty nice - I just got some great new acoustic sounds, and wanted to put them to use, so this is a sort of Jazz Trio feel, like if you walked into a coffeehouse back in the late 1950's and there were people reading poetry . . that sort of thing . . . it's all improvised, which is a lot harder than it sounds, and it does take some interesting liberties with the main mario melodies . . well, I guess you'll just HAVE to download to see what I mean ^^
- Crulex on November 11, 2011
- SubNormal J3 on February 19, 2011
- Streets of Rage bum on August 22, 2008
Creative arrangement, and nice transition to the 1-2 theme, but overall I wasn't really feeling the flow. There was a lot of jarring sections where it wasn't really smooth. Pretty nice samples though, especially considering the age of the mix.
- OA on April 15, 2008
- Goten X on December 30, 2005
Joe Redifer wrote: Super Mario Bros. 'Jazz Plumber Trio'
Jazz, when done right, is awesome. This is pretty darn close especially when you consider all of the instruments are fake. They sound great! This song jams. Lots of cool piano on top of the loose snare drums. Lots of great jazz elements help ensure this to be a must download. DJP definitely likes jazz and it shows. Nuttin' wrong wit dat I tell ya!
"when done right,"
Of course it's going to be done right! We're talking about DJP! I'm no jazz lover by any means, and this song R4WK5!!!11!1!1
Djpretzel adds another ownage layer.
- Samus27 on December 28, 2005
- Pip is uh..... on March 14, 2005
[b]Mario in piano[/b], [b]Luigi in flute[/b], [b]Toad in battery[/b] and [b]Wario in "jazz guitar"[/b].
- Txai on December 31, 2004
- Great King Rat on September 11, 2004
- DrumnJazz on January 16, 2004
1.)There must be solos everywhere
2.)Percussion must exploit every rhythm possible at any time
3.)Song duration can travel with no limit
4.)It is in the key of alphabet
5.)They fight ALL the time.
This mix falls into 4 of those categories I think, but/and it's pretty good. When it came on today I was enjoying every bit of it, but after repeated listens it kinda gets old, because you can expect everything, and for some reason in songs where there's infinite things going on, repeated listens of SHORT SAID SONGS grow old. Maybe sometime in the future 200X it will come as a surprise listen again.
I really think this would benefit from limitless duration, and I hear making MORE jazz pieces can achieve such amazing feats. With new and improved djp knowledge, and djp equipment, and djp POWER, forces combine and
- Oddity on December 8, 2003
- PotatoeCS on August 9, 2003
I listened to this song before I read your description about it, and I thought for a long time that those were actually real instruments the whole time. They are very very convincing sounds!
Please do more like this nice Jazz randition. It's worth it for all ears to listen to!
- Jean Of mArc on August 8, 2003
- jamie on June 16, 2003
- PassivePretentiousness on February 24, 2003