Japan Pro Golf Tour 64 is a golf simulator developed and released by SETA and Media Factory in May of 2000 for the failed Japanese only N64 add on, the 64DD. Featuring Japanese pro golfers and official golf courses, it’s a fairly conventional golf sim with the the unique distinction of being the only 64DD game playable online through the Randnet service.
The music was composed by Ken’ichiro Shinzawa (website in Japanese) a multi-talented pianist whose game scores are few, but with credits spanning almost every music medium imaginable.
The soundtrack of Japan Pro Golf Tour 64 is short and sweet, featuring the kind of mellow, jazzy, and tropical tunes you can reliably expect from a golf game.
All music composed by Ken’ichiro Shinzawa
- 0:00:00 Opening Theme
- 0:11:13 Menu Selection
- 0:16:55 Course Overview
- 0:24:13 Liberty City (excerpt)
- Originally composed by Jaco Pastorius
- 0:27:46 Snake Eater (Japanese version) (excerpt)
- Originally composed by Norihiko Hibino from ‘MGS3: Snake Eater – The First Bite’ soundtrack CD
- 0:30:10 Tournament Exhibition
- 0:44:22 Spirit of a Champion
- 0:46:51 Becoming a Master
- 0:53:48 Final Score
- 0:55:06 Completing the Course
- 1:02:03 Going for Par
- 1:12:07 Staff Credits
Featuring excerpts from:
- Liberty City
- performed by Ken’ichiro Shinzawa with the Ginkgo Quintet
- Original composition by Jaco Pastorius
- Snake Eater (Japanese Version)
- From “Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater – The First Bite”
- Organ performed by Ken’ichiro Shinzawa
- Composed by Norihiko Hibino
Special thanks to Hard4Games for providing some of the 64DD hardware rips used in this episode.
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