Very Twin Peaks, very Angelo Badalamenti; I kept looking over my shoulder half expecting Kyle MacLachlan to be enjoying donuts and coffee and listening along with me. Newcomer Polar, hailing from Norway, writes:
"Hello good people! I was supposed to submit this tune some months ago, but it ended up taking up space on my harddrive until recently when I decided to add some touches to it. I feel it's now ready to be submitted, and I hope you like it :) Giana Sisters was one of the first games I got for my c64, and I remember being fond of this melody when I was a kid."
This is a VERY mellow, comforting piece that totally conveys its title and feels like returning home after a long and trying journey to familiar surroundings and memories. The acoustic guitar and vocalizing both give the deliberate and perhaps a little new-agey arrangement a more intimate, human feel. Jiggin writes:
"very mellow, very nice. this track may be a tad overlong, and the connection to the source may drop off towards the end, but even then it's well over the bar. I like how it evolves slowly, while still keeping its "chill" sensibility."
I suppose we have a fair number of chill, downtempo tracks on the site, but not too many of them are major key and this relaxed; not as an insult at all, because there's plenty of rewarding detail to focus on, but this piece would be perfect to fall asleep to after a stressful day at the office, etc., as it's both transporting and soothing at once. This game had a great score and remains one of the more accessible C64 titles out there, and it seems to keep generating some pretty fine ReMixes as well. This one's got a deep, resonating kick that feels like a heartbeat, but hopefully your own pulse remains a bit faster while listening, or you might in fact be dying (see a doctor). Great first sub from Polar, whose initial arrangement is ironically warm and cozy.
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Sources Arranged (1 Song)
- Primary Game:
The Great Giana Sisters (Rainbow Arts, 1987, C64)
Music by Chris Huelsbeck
- New Age
- Acoustic Guitar, Piano, Synth
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