Ghost'n Goblins (Cathedral Mix)

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Composed by:
Mark Cooksey
Duration:
3:31
Released:
03/07/2013
All-Time charts position:
1396
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Spooky.
Nice interpretation.
I'd go to church more if this was being played every Sunday.
@vurtx: Amen to that bro' :D
Nice version... Imagine this being played in church!!, they be all dancing 8 BIT style.. LOL
Oustanding acoustics/ambiance! More please!
Nice ambiance
A bit monotonous but genial
Pipeorgan remix! I like it!:)
Review by LaLa
04/07/2013

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I'm always glad when a pipe organ remix shows up on RKO because I like organ music, which is why I am probably more picky about it. I see a few issues with this interpretation:

1) It needs a more throaty pipe organ sound. The one you used sounds a bit whiney.

2) The arrangement could be a bit more complex, I'd love to hear this more in the style of Bach.

3) Fadeout with a pipe organ tune? Not a good choice at all. It needs a big, window-rattling crescendo ending!
Review by Dethme0w
28/07/2013

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I listened to this about 4 times in a row after downloading it. Put on headphones, close your eyes, and you almost think you're in a vast, cavernous cathedral - except they're playing Ghosts & Goblins! All I can say to Isacco Garcia Peveri is: More please!

Note: I have revised my Technical Merit rating down one because I am in agreement with another reviewer that proper organ music does not fade out - it either ends with an eruption of fireworks and awesomeness that leaves you breathless and mindblown (and half-deaf), or walks you and your bleeding heart down a convoluted path of melancholy that leaves you in tears on the final note, which is still as loud and clear as the first. But never fade it out like a cheap early 80's pop single.

Other than that, this remix is made of awesome. More please! (Hint: Galway)