Posted 2011-03-25, evaluated by djpretzel
The Museum remains open after hours; free admission for all. Next up we've got a Mega Man 7 joint with a distinctly Latin flavor:
Nice. Let me take a second to say that, among many genres un- or under-represented on OCR, Latin music and its many forms & sub-genres certainly stand out as needing more love. We've got some amazing exceptions, which Morse now adds to, but there's certainly room for more. Extended percussion cat plays us in, as repeated comping lines follow with bass. Silky smooth melody enters on acoustic piano @ 0'47", and EP doubles that up @ 1'04", followed by a ride cymbal segue into flute taking over the chorus. What I love here is that Morse isn't afraid to let the accompaniment do its thing for extended periods of time, sans melodic line, which strikes me as authentic based on my admittedly thin exposure to Latin music.
Whistles add a nice, celebratory flair, and the flute solo w/ walking bass is sweet. And what's this? Yeah, he even works in a drum solo. Percussion is basically the star, and JM's done an awesome job arranging in a genre I'd love to hear him explore some more. It might require a collab, but it'd be slick to hear this type of mix integrated with some live brass. When I first listened to this track I checked with Josh to ensure the note @ 1'28" was intentional; still rings a little dissonant to me, but not a huge deal, your mileage may vary, etc. Great, sexy, muy bueno mixage makes this track a gem among gems on The Robot Museum!
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Sources Arranged (1 Song)
- Primary Game:
Mega Man 7 (Capcom, 1995, SNES)
Music by Makoto Tomozawa, Toshihiko Horiyama, Yuko Takehara
- "Slash Man"
- Jazz, Latin
- 7,674,760 bytes
- Size: 7,674,760 bytes
- MD5 Checksum: b0c7f688c093fa912a0b46090af7244c
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