This almost entirely live-produced album is the soundtrack for Taito's PS2 game 'Tsukiyo ni Saraba' by Yasunori Mitsuda and Miki Higashino (Suikoden). The music style is primarily jazz-oriented, but also features rap, opera, Mitsuda's traditional celtic influences, and blues. The overall sound feels a lot like the Soukaigi soundtrack, and matches Mitsuda's previous work on Chrono Cross in variety and liveliness -- but the distinction here is that there's a second composer involved, which altogether enriches things. Sakuraba, eat your heart out, because this is jazz produced by professionals and not underlined by clunky proto-synth experimentations. Definitely an interesting addition to Mitsuda and Higashino's portfolio. Check it out.
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Tsukiyo Ni Saraba Moonlit Shadow
Tsukiyo Ni Saraba Moonlit Shadow Track List
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|1||Tsukiyo Ni Saraba -Opening Theme-||1:38|
|2||The Maximum High Speed||2:47|
|6||Joni Scott Club||2:21|
|7||An Illegal Messenger||3:24|
|12||Junk! Junk! Junk!||3:34|
|14||One Note Blues||3:18|
|16||Asian Kung-Fu Foundation||4:15|
|18||Au Revoir dans la Nuit de Clair de Lune||2:49|