This is an interesting, unorthodox submission. It was initially submitted by a friend of the ReMixer; it's our policy to verify with the original artist in these cases and not post anything we can't get direct confirmation on from the ReMixer himself/herself, but luckily Zoltan did respond and thus we're good to go. This is a fantastic jazz arrangement of the Mega Man 3 intro theme (fairly intuitive title so I'm guessing that's not a major shock) - there are issues with the (live) recording here and there, some fuzz, a little clipping on the forte piano at the very beginning, and limited stereo separation. But it soooo doesn't matter, as the performances are great, the composition innovative, and the vibe very successful. Fretless bass, Zoltan's intricate piano, a badass jazz flute, and the perfect amount of very dynamic slapped percussion form a cohesive whole that as a musical entity lives and breathes in a fashion similar to the way Neskvartetten's stuff does. Just viddy the run at 0'40" where Zoltan segues into a more interpretive and swaying tone before quieting down and then picking back up with a flowing, familiar pattern as the flute joins in. To use a gratuitous nature metaphor, this particular mix resembles a twisting, turning gust of wind that takes the time to first swirl around in calmer eddies before setting off for vaster horizons. Don't worry - I'm not quitting my day job. This is a great, unexpected piece from Hungarian pianist Zoltan Vegvari and, one assumes, perfomed by additional musicians as well. It's not studio perfect but polish of that nature truthfully might have hurt the casual, nonchalant feel in the end. I'll conclude with Mr. Baranowsky, who echoed the above sentiments to some extent when he said:
"Honestly, the encoding is a minor detractor, and it even adds an air of live performance to the track. A lot of live CD's I have from big time bands like Sublime and radiohead sound like this. Very "recorded on the spot". It's gritty, it's aurally visceral, it's raw. I love it."
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Sources Arranged (1 Song)
- Piano, Woodwinds
- Production > Live Recording
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