Fuse #8

Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Hope They Do Something With the Mario Theme

I leave all info regarding children's music to my esteemed colleague Warren at Children's Music That Rocks. Last week the children of New York were on some kind of a break (Spring? Late Winter?) and the joint was hopping. As a result, I never had time to see what Warren had posted in his free time. As a result, I haven't seen until now his posting on the children's album ComputHer. How cool is this album? Says Warren:
With an almost fanatical loyalty to computer systems of yore, ComputeHer, aka Michelle, has created an album of hyperdanceable tunes using an old Game Boy, a Game Boy Camera, a Commodore 64, an Apple IIe, an Atari 2600, an old Nintendo, a couple of Texas Instruments educational games, and a keyboard here and there. She goes all out and issues her CD, Data Bass, in a 5 1/4 in. floppy sleeve to the delight of us oldsters.

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At 1:13 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

And for the opposite technique (piano arrangements of video game theme songs) no one can beat Gori Fater. Here's my sentimental favorite -- a fourteen minute performance of the original Sonic the Hedgehog themes. *sigh*


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