Cosmic Shark Party

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A collection of 14 newly-recorded piano tracks which journeys through Iron Maiden, video games, Beethoven, and lumberjacks.

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released March 21, 2015

COSMIC SHARK PARTY
Kareshi collection vol. 1
by Daniel Brown
January-March 2015
All piano arrangements by Daniel Brown (Kareshi) except of course Moonlight Sonata.

Piano – Kawai CA-65
Cover artwork by Vivianne Ducharme
Special thanks as always to Audun Sørlie

Original composers:
Deja Vu – Dave Murray, Steve Harris
Monster Party – Masaki Hashimoto
Ninja Gaiden – Keiji Yamagishi
Rygar – Michiharu Hasuya
Friday the 13th – Hirohiko Takayama
Theme from “Jaws” – John Williams
Jaws – Shinichi Sakamoto
Super Mario Bros 2 – Koji Kondo
Metroid – Hirokazu Tanaka
Wizards & Warriors – David Wise
Minibosses guitar solo – Aaron Burke
Moonlight Sonata – Ludwig van Beethoven
The Lumberjack Song – Terry Jones, Michael Palin, Fred Tomlinson

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kareshi Richmond, Virginia

Kareshi is a pianist and NES lover based in Richmond, VA.

He has been playing piano for 20 years and arranging video game music since 2004.

He is active on Twitch (the_kareshi) broadcasting piano and NES games.
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Track Name: Monster Party Ballad
Once upon a time, not long ago, there was a boy called Mark.
He was walking home from baseball one day when he looked up into the sky.
There was a star, it was bright and beautiful, which suddenly began to fall.
It landed right in front of the boy. It was no star, it was a monster!
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The monster said, “My name is Bert, and I need your help.
My home planet has been invaded, will you help me fight them?”
Mark said, “I don’t know what I can do. I don’t have anything to fight with!”
Bert said, “That baseball bat will do just fine. Now take my hand and let’s fly away!”
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Bert and Mark flew to space, then they arrived at the monster planet.
They beat the bad ones and saved the world! Then, Mark woke up in his bed.
Perhaps it was all a dream. There’s no such thing as monsters anyway-
But when he went outside, Bert was standing there. He looked at Mark and said, “Let’s go again!”