Its been a while since I last played MM, but and am I the only one who thinks it sounds identical that plays in Big Boos merry-go-round in Super Mario 64?--ShutUpNavi (talk) 16:12, 25 May 2009 (UTC)
AuronKaizer - "You take two numbers and when you add them, they magically become one new number! No one can say how it happens. You either believe it or you don't. This whole book is full of things that have to be accepted on faith! It's a religion!" TALK - THE LIST - GAMES - PIT OF RECKONING - SANDBOX - WALRUS GUMBOOT 18:59, 25 May 2009 (UTC)
No...same style, maybe, but the one playing in the Boo's Mansion stage is definitely a different song. It's off-key and the melody's different.
AuronKaizer is correct. It's very similar, though. Good find!Andy290 (talk) 04:06, December 31, 2009 (UTC)
Is there any way to improve this? I can't think of what to add :(Andy290 (talk) 04:06, December 31, 2009 (UTC)
Sir Real– I'm nerdy in the extreme and whiter than sour cream. TALK
When was the name of this mentioned? Did Pamela's Father tell Link the name of the song?
Sir Real– You know, souls are a bit like taffy. Sweet enough to eat, but pliable enough to mold into any shape I can imagine. TALK
Thanks for the edit, AK. I'm a lot less confused now.
they are indeed quite similar, harmonically speaking(chord progressions) they are nearly identical(Boo's Merry Go round contains some suspensions in its cadences)! Boo's Merry Go Round does not contain a strong melody so much as just neighbour tones on the soprano voice of the chords, They were both composed by the great Koji Kondo, so I would almost count them as the same