c64Bombo (Bombossimo mix)

Arranged by: 7an (act)   Remixer
Member: Juan Irming (7an) (member)
Original composer: Ben Daglish
Tune length: 2:55
Release date: 09/03/2009
All-Time rank: 480.
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Live performance of my piano arrangement of Bombo. I'm simply psyched that Ben Daglish himself took the time to listen to it and gave it a thumbs up, no less!

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5 YogibearRenoise shouts: Yes! A pleasure to listen to!
6 condor shouts: Excellent.
4 Master Baator shouts: I love people with a sense of music and that can simply sit down and jam at a piano. However for me I need more soul in it. Listen to Clarence by Dafunk. That is a happy red face from me... Keep up the good work 7an ;-)
5 prowler shouts: Very enjoyable! Not that unique, but a calm and good arr!
5 infamous shouts: Really good arrangement and a nice rounded piano sound really nice to listen too
5 suso shouts: Its nice to hear something accoustic here for a change (is that a real piano? Sounds a bit digital). Bombo is one of my favorite c64 songs and you did it up right.
6 LaLa shouts: Absolutely gorgeous! The recording is a bit muddy, but other than that, wonderful.
6 O-san shouts: Very good :)
6 romeo_knight shouts: Goosebumps. Really shows how fantastic this song is.
5 Wallyrt shouts: Super tune... I like that
6 Nebdar shouts: Breathtaking outstanding preformance, I Love it
5 NecroPolo shouts: Very good playing in there!
6 germantaz shouts: Wonderful wonderul wonderful. Different approach. Sensational good playing...
6 slaygon shouts: This is how a piano track should be done.
5 omoroca shouts: Wonderful arrangement! Added to my collection.
5 mfe shouts: Love a good piano piece; it misses out on a red due to exaggerated *tempo comodo* with far too many inappropriate pauses that break the flow of an otherwise lovely piece of music.
4 xerex shouts: Nice, but could be less repetitive

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