Just checked these out and they are awesome! I'll have to give them a proper listen soon.I'm not sure if many people know of these, but they've done some FF/S-E Jazz Albums!:
Some really fun variations here - It's nice to hear a non-piano version of the Zanarkand Theme.
There is a 2nd Volume but I can't find that online:
Nice!Got access to an exclusive early release of Distant Worlds V!:
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01. Final Fantasy V: Clash on the Big Bridge
02. Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward
03. Final Fantasy VI: Dark World
04. Final Fantasy IX: Unrequited Love
05. Final Fantasy XII: Flash of Steel
06. Final Fantasy VI: Opera "Maria and Darco"
07. Final Fantasy VI: Searching for Friends
08. Final Fantasy X: Hymn of the Fayth
09. Final Fantasy XIII: Saber's Edge
10. Final Fantasy Series: Cinco de Chocobo
11. Final Fantasy XV: Ignis and Raves - Theme Medley
12. Final Fantasy XI: Sword Song - Battle Medley
Oh I did thanks! One of the highlights was hearing the VI's Dancing Mad performed with an actual Organ - Apparently deemed the 2nd biggest in Europe too! It was a real treat as last time I went they played the Forrest Theme before the Ghost Train, which was okay, but I always wanted to see that Organ played during the show, this time that wish was metNice!
I'm so gutted that I missed out on a chance to see Distant Worlds in London. It would have been incredible to see a Distant Worlds, see Susan Calloway perform, and the orchestra, etc. Plus there was a meet-up with the KupoCon community I also missed.
But I'm glad you were able to go. Did you enjoy yourself?
The new Distant Worlds album looks great too. In many ways an interesting mix.
Also, I have noticed that the Final Fantasy VII/Remake Vinyl has gone down on various sites:
This edition of “SQUARE ENIX JAZZ” features songs from FINAL FANTASY VII and contains 12 tracks, including the song “Cosmo Canyon” revealed during a Billboard Live session in February. All arrangements were created by series standbys, trombonist Eijiro Nakagawa and bassist Ryu Kawamura.
*Please note that this is a Japanese import disc.