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Rasmus Faber Presents Platina Jazz Anime Standards Vol4 2013

Rasmus Faber Presents Platina Jazz Anime Standards Vol4 2013

Rasmus Faber is a Swedish musician, producer and DJ who is known for his jazz-inspired electronic music. He is also the founder and leader of Platina Jazz, a project that covers popular anime songs in jazz style. Platina Jazz has released seven albums so far, each featuring a different selection of anime standards from various genres and eras. The fourth album, titled Anime Standards Vol.4, was released in 2013 and contains 17 tracks that showcase the diversity and creativity of Platina Jazz.

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The album opens with a lively rendition of Cha-La Head-Cha-La, the iconic opening theme of Dragon Ball Z, one of the most influential anime series of all time. The song features a brass section, a piano solo and a vocal performance by Rasmus Faber himself. The next track is MottoHade ni ne!, the upbeat ending theme of K-On!, a slice-of-life anime about a high school girl band. The song is sung by Frida Öhrn, a Swedish singer who also collaborated with Rasmus Faber on other projects. The third track is Miracle Girl, the opening theme of Miracle Girls, a magical girl anime from the early 90s. The song is a smooth jazz ballad with a saxophone solo and a female chorus.

The album continues with more anime classics, such as Yōkai Ningen Bem, the theme song of a horror anime from the late 60s; Eternal Blaze, the powerful opening theme of Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha A's; Ramu no Love Song, the romantic ending theme of Urusei Yatsura; Taiyō Iwaku Moeyo Chaos, the quirky opening theme of Haiyore! Nyaruko-san; Orion o Nazoru, the rock-inspired opening theme of Tiger & Bunny; Moonlight Densetsu, the legendary opening theme of Sailor Moon; and Eternal Wind Hohoemi wa Hikaru Kaze no Naka, the emotional ending theme of Mobile Suit Gundam F91.

The album also features some newer anime songs, such as Go! Go! Maniac, the energetic opening theme of K-On!!; I Do, the catchy ending theme of Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood; Ready!!, the cheerful opening theme of The Idolmaster; Hyadain no KakakataKataomoi-C, the humorous opening theme of Nichijou; Blue Water, the adventurous opening theme of Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water; Tsuki no Mayu, the beautiful ending theme of Turn A Gundam; and Sora Kara Koboreta Story, the soothing ending theme of Tamayura.

The album is a testament to the talent and passion of Rasmus Faber and Platina Jazz, who have successfully transformed anime songs into jazz masterpieces. The album is also a tribute to the rich and diverse history of anime music, which has inspired generations of fans and artists. Anime Standards Vol.4 is a must-listen for anyone who loves anime and jazz.

For more information about the album, you can visit [Discogs] or [Amazon].


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