azulhombre

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Submitted by azulhombre on Sat, 2015 Feb 21 - 22:48

The energy of the music far exceeds that of the vocalist. Pretty underwhelming.

Submitted by azulhombre on Wed, 2014 Jul 16 - 02:18

Great choice of instruments for this rendition. A lot of well-done variation, too.

Submitted by azulhombre on Thu, 2014 Jun 19 - 00:58

So many interpretations of Link's Awakening's songs are jazz in nature. Funny that everyone comes together in that.

Submitted by azulhombre on Thu, 2014 Feb 27 - 02:12

I'm just curious as to what lyrics the artist came up with for the piece. The Ballad never had words, so they could be interesting.

I'm sure I could look up the translation, but I'm lazy. We'll see about another day.

Submitted by azulhombre on Thu, 2014 Feb 27 - 01:55

Few songs can invoke such frustrating memories of a dungeon.

Submitted by azulhombre on Sat, 2014 Feb 22 - 21:30

Something about the tuning doesn't seem right. Sounds like the piano is just barely flat enough to notice. With that fixed, it would be much better.

Submitted by azulhombre on Tue, 2014 Jan 28 - 02:13

You can't really negate what someone else "hears" in a song, because they are the ones hearing it.

Sure, it might remind you of fighting Molgera, but so what if someone else says it makes them reminisce of Doctor Who?

It's like arguing with someone about their favorite color. That'd be why it's THEIRS, not yours.

Submitted by azulhombre on Sun, 2014 Jan 19 - 00:37

That's a refreshing take on the song. Really digging the beat. Has a hint of djpretzel to it, even.

Submitted by azulhombre on Sun, 2014 Jan 19 - 00:01

The music of Link's Awakening is one of many reasons that it is my favorite in the series. This mellow piano does such a great job of capturing the feeling of Koholint.

Submitted by azulhombre on Sat, 2014 Jan 18 - 22:21

This song sounds so sacred and mysterious. It's fantastically done.

Submitted by azulhombre on Wed, 2014 Jan 08 - 03:00

That was pretty well done! I'm not one for the more metal-centric arrangements, but this one was executed with accurate moods and all.

Submitted by azulhombre on Fri, 2014 Jan 03 - 08:10

So glad this finally came to me, I was beating on my brain to remember what the title of this piece was called. Finally get it pulled up and there are no tags, no author, no nothin'. Anyone have any info on the piece?

Submitted by azulhombre on Sat, 2013 Dec 07 - 02:49

For me, I think it's the vocalist(s). Instrument-wise, this song without lyrics sounds like a song by The Beach Boys. I think it would have been much more enjoyable as an instrumental piece without the indie/folk/alternative twang coming from the singers.

Pain in the rear, too, because this gets stuck in my head all the time.

Submitted by azulhombre on Sat, 2013 Aug 17 - 00:58

I'm not that into it at all for a few reasons, but people here seem to love it. Probably because it's so quirky and different. Diff'rent strokes!

Submitted by azulhombre on Fri, 2013 Aug 16 - 01:23

Turtle Rock was already an incredible dungeon, this remix of the music makes it so much more devious and sinister. Awesome.

Submitted by azulhombre on Sat, 2013 Aug 03 - 00:18

What a fun take on one of my favorite pieces. Love the contrasting chips and timbres. Good work!

Submitted by azulhombre on Wed, 2013 Jun 12 - 00:32

I requested this on a whim because Link's Awakening is my favorite in the series... Never heard this recording before. Very well done!