Tips for Buying EarthBound

February 2nd, 2015 | Audio Stuff, EarthBound, Videos

The New Japan BGM Philharmonic Orchestra, an orchestra that specifically does video game music, recently published this video on YouTube – it’s the song that plays when you’re walking around in Winters!

Man, this sounds so nice! And guess what? There’s a lot more!

It’s a musical dream come true!


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10 Comments to Winters Philharmonic Orchestra

Star and Moon said on Feb. 2, 2015

I love this kind of stuff! Thanks for sharing.

Dr.s said on Feb. 2, 2015

Most of my music is video game music so I am going to check this out as soon as I get out of school.

Jdaster64 said on Feb. 2, 2015

Sounds sweet! Going to have to check this out after work. Always nice to see there’s still a lot of love for MOTHER music.

Steven Morris said on Feb. 2, 2015

I’ve been enjoying their videos SO much! I’d be very happy if they went on tour :).

Neko Knight said on Feb. 2, 2015


Code-Z said on Feb. 2, 2015

This is absolutely amazing.

Just noticed said on Feb. 4, 2015

A piece of the sound stone melody is played at the end of each video.

Lily said on Feb. 12, 2015

These are really wonderful.

anon said on Feb. 22, 2015

These are beautiful, but it’s funny how they credit it to Earthbound Zero too, lol.

Okay! said on Mar. 5, 2015

Seeing stuff like this makes me glad I check up on Earthboundcentral every once in a while. All the music on this youtube channel is great!


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