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Mario and Zelda - Big Band Live


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I don't know if any of you heard of the (I think) recent orchestral concert "Mario and Zelda - Big Band Live". Well, the CD of the concert came out on the 10th but here I've got a little gift for you : a torrent of the complete 1hr 50min concert. Complete with Koji Kondo (the composer) playing the piano and - yes - Miyamoto playing the banjo and guitar. Plus loads of interviews that are sadly all Japanese.

Also look out for : the announcer's awful taste in suits and the dancing conductor - all top class fun.

Here it is : http://makeashorterlink.com/?A2DD12286

Enjoy!

--Ed

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Just started downloading it. Maxing out my connection, which is nice. I'm still not exactly sure how it (bittorrent) works though. Is it like Kazaa where you have a program running and you can search for files? Or do you find links and click on them such as I just did to get this movie file?

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Wow cool, I didn't know about this, and so this is exactly what this topic is for ;p Thank you! I'd be more interested in just the audio though, a 400 meg video seems very stodgy. Anyone else have the orchestral version of the Ocarina of Time? The Legend of Zelda Medley at the end is fantastic

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Just started downloading it. Maxing out my connection, which is nice. I'm still not exactly sure how it (bittorrent) works though. Is it like Kazaa where you have a program running and you can search for files? Or do you find links and click on them such as I just did to get this movie file?

http://www.rllmuk.com/forum/index.php?show...5&hl=bittorrent

or something

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Wow cool, I didn't know about this, and so this is exactly what this topic is for ;p Thank you! I'd be more interested in just the audio though, a 400 meg video seems very stodgy. Anyone else have the orchestral version of the Ocarina of Time? The Legend of Zelda Medley at the end is fantastic

The CD of this concert was recently released. If you buy it at the wonderful http://www.cocoebiz.com they send you a free translation of the booklet.

Top service too.

I don't have MP3 links for that CD yet but watch this space...

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Hmm, I watched this, and it was great, but:

1) Who were the other Nintendo blokes? Miyamoto and Kond I know, but I've got no idea who the others were - other Nintendo composers? And what was that random thing with KK Slider?

2) If the other guests were Nintendo composers, was the presenter bloke one too? I only think it because he mentions Starfox, Metroid and a few other games at the beginning - did he do the music for those?

3) Is there any talk of anyone doing a sub of this, because I'd love to find out what they were talking about.

4) Where was Miyamoto on Banjo? He just had a guitar through the whole thing!

EDIT: Issues with numbers.

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  • 4 weeks later...

There's a torrent for mp3s of this concert from #gamemp3s which currently has a good number of seeders - there are two other soundtracks in the torrent though, but if you can't find it anywhere else, it's worth the extra few hundred megs.

Torrent: http://www.skylagoon.com/gamemp3s/torrents/1-4-04.torrent

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LET THE WINDS BLOW Phantasy Star Online episode III C.A.R.D. Revolution Original Sound Track

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