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A World of Blue (Instr.)

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Date
11/24/2013
File Info
Song
9.8 MB
4 min 18 sec
Score
4.78 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.78 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Jazz
Tags:
sax
noir
instrumental
trumpet

Author Comments

It’s finally done. This is a jazz cue for a short film.

This is the INSTRUMENTAL version.

LOOKING FOR THE FULL VERSION WITH VOCALS? FIND IT HERE:
newgrounds.com/audio/listen/556867

This song also accompanies a massive score I did for this film. I tried to recreate something that is similar to popular jazz music you would hear from 1940s noir films.

Interestingly enough, the lyrics and form of the song had much to do with the concept of the film and the actual timing of the picture itself. In this case I partially wrote it as a song-underscore.

I had a great opportunity working with very talented musicians throughout the whole process and made some great new friends along the way as well.

Players:
Vocals – Laila M. Smith
Trumpet – Samuel Herbet, Felix Rheault
Alto Saxophone – Daniel Ko
Tenor Saxophone – Shoko Igarashi
Piano – Alex Olsen
Bass – Nate Jakes
Drums – Hannah Sinn

Music by Matthew Pablo (deadlyfishes)

Studio Engineer:
Eduardo Muniz
Recorded at Perfection Studio in Charleston, MA

Reviews


hannes1813hannes1813

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I dig this. Everything blends together so well.
This is the perfect kind of mood music for writing Noir.



InvaderAtomisInvaderAtomis

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Of all the cafes in all the world she had to walk into mine.
I see a black and white cafe, smoke rolling gently out of a woman's mouth, feels like a noir flim, i would have given it 5 stars but it just feels like something is missing that i cant put my ear to, still great work everybody who put in.


deadlyfishes responds:

What's missing here are the vocals that are taken out because this is the instrumental version. Glad you liked it. Check out the ORIGINAL VERSION with vocals sometime, I linked it in the description above. Nice imagery there as well! Thanks for the review.