By BrickRoad 3 Comments
There are many great games out there with fantastic OST's. Each week (when I can remember to) I'll post about one song from an OST that I think deserves attention.
Today it's Mother and Pollyanna (I Believe In You). I remember reading somewhere that at the time of it's release, a comment was made about Mother's music, and it went along the line's of 'it actually sounds like a song', rather than a generic sounding backing track I guess, which was somewhat more common to video games back in 1989, and I'm sure that Keiichi Suzuki and Hirokazu Tanaka, the composers, would've taken great pride from that. Pollyanna, for many Mother fans, is a special song. It's actually quite a moving peice too, and the way it achieves any emotional stirs form its listener are quite subtle.
Take a listen, and tell me what you think. Then, learn you some Japanese boy, 'cos you buying Mother 1 + 2 for the GBA! Ahem... Sorry about that.
Oh, and I'm aware in the video it's Ness walking about, instead of Ninten.