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OCR01977 - Fittest "Morse's Morsecode"

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Well this is unexpected... and very good too. Can't say I understand jazz theory, but I can appreciate that it sounds classy. Diggin' the staccato bassline and the grace-note powered piano. Hats off to zircon and Mr. Morse.

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So this is morse paying tribute to zircon paying tribute to morse.

Is this some sort of twisted musical masturbation?

At any rate, awesome mix, and the story behind it is awesome on so many levels.

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This is REALLY smooth, yet very upbeat, reminds me a lot of Castlevania: Sonata of the Damned, no huge surprise of course with the same man behind it! I basically saw Joshua Morse and was like, ok, this is going to own, and bam, it does just that.

This is my favorite style of remix, and I haven't even heard the source, speaking of which, anywhere I can hear that? I do love comparing mixes to the source, not that there's anything that could make me dislike this mix.

I really hope most people don't let the fact that this is from a game they've never heard of stop them from checking this out, this is smooth goodness to the max, and what a great story to go with it!

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Great percussive textures on this one, the bit crushed section at the beginning is great, and it gets even crazier as the track progresses. I don't think anyone on OCR uses a clavinet as well as Morse. Excellent stuff. :-)

I loved the breakdown, and all the funkiness.

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This is REALLY smooth, yet very upbeat, reminds me a lot of Castlevania: Sonata of the Damned, no huge surprise of course with the same man behind it! I basically saw Joshua Morse and was like, ok, this is going to own, and bam, it does just that.

This is my favorite style of remix, and I haven't even heard the source, speaking of which, anywhere I can hear that? I do love comparing mixes to the source, not that there's anything that could make me dislike this mix.

I really hope most people don't let the fact that this is from a game they've never heard of stop them from checking this out, this is smooth goodness to the max, and what a great story to go with it!

You can listen to the source here:

And if you want to hear the rest of the soundtrack, it's available on my site (click sig) :-)

Glad you all are enjoying this tune as much as I did. Awesome stuff JM!!

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This has a pretty nice groove to it - pretty much on par for the course for JM's stuff.

I don't really have much to say except keep on grooving!

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Pretty fun, though not my fav Morse piece. All the soloing over the frantic groove is very smooth, but it lacks memorability to me.

What really stuck in my head though is the disco strings hookline. hella infectious. I would've loved to hear more variations of that in the mix.

Ah well, still a solid tune, constantly high levels on my funk-o-meter.

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The gentle piano in the beginning makes you think that you're in for a relaxed remix, but then it suddenly picks up speed and turns incredibly funky. Faster than JM's usual stuff, but just as enjoyable.

Great remix, and hilarious story behind it.

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Probably my favorite Morse ReMix so far. Just love the piano intro that dives right into a nice jazzy little beat. When it comes to funky groovy ReMixes, who better than Morse? The breakdown and outro were done terrifically and the whole ReMix just ties itself up nicely.

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