Artist: Satoru Shionoya + Satoshi Tomiie
First Music Game Appearance: beatmania IIDX 2nd style AC
Other Music Game Appearances: None
Can you feel my love? Can you see the flames?
- This song is a house cover of the original Brazilian Rhyme, originally written by Earth, Wind, and Fire in 1977.
- Brazilian Rhyme is a mixture of two different songs - Brazilian Rhyme (The Anthem - remixed by Satoshi Tomiie), credited to Satoru Shionoya feat. Harumi Tsuyuzaki, and Satoru's Saltstrumental mix, combining the vocals of the former with the music from the latter.
- A different cut of Brazilian Rhyme, Brazilian Rhyme [House Mix], appears on Satoru Shionoya's 1997 album SALT III.
- According to the manuals for Dance Dance Revolution Konamix and DDR MAX, Satoshi Tomiie is one of dj TAKA's favorite music producers. This might be the reason why this license was around until 5th style, while every other license from 2nd style was removed by 4th style.
- The salt shaker miss overlay is a reference to Satoru Shionoya's 1997 album SALT III.
Music Production Notes
Commentary by dj TAKA:
When you first hear this song, it might give you goosebumps. The jazzy classical piano sound of Satoru Shionoya is combined together with Satoshi Tomiie's house music to make a very exquisite song. To not ruin such a good song, I aimed for the finest finishing point in the limited space for songs we have. Also, if the player misses during the song, you'll see something interesting happen.
Video Production Notes
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