User Menu

Notification settings

Currently Playing

AMIGA-MODMy Funkmare by flag Mellow-D (Jaakko Manninen)
Requested By: flagAlcAsh

Time Left: 6:14

- Streams

Demoscene Holiday Card Exchange

Wood veneer holiday cards
The 3rd annual Demoscene card exchange is underway.

Assignments posted!

Visit the forums for the details or to leave a comment.

Nectarine Merch Available

Orders will go out within 5-7 days after placing them. Got order notes? Send Starchaser a PM.

Important Links

Please report any bugs to this forum thread!
> Bug Reporting Thread <
Song, artist, etc. corrections go here instead:
> Correct DB Info <
Broken tunes can be reported here:
> Report Broken Tunes Here <


Song Information

PC-S3MThe Grey Note

Author: flag Necros (Andrew Sega)

Song Length: 4:34
Release Year: 1995
Song Status: Active
Song Source: Musicdisk
Song Platform: PlatformPC-S3M

Additional Information:

"The Grey Note"

written by Necros / FM for the musicdisk "Progression"

Special thanks to:
Basehead/FM for the chord progression which is used throughout the piece.
Sax samples from Branford Marsalis
Other sample credits to Basehead/FM, Leviathan/REN and various Amiga people.

(C) 1995 Necros / FM

Last Queued : 1 month, 3 weeks ago

This song has been played 46 times. [See Request History]
It was added 14 years, 3 months ago.

Extra Resources: Pouet Icon Icon

Song Rating

Song Rating: 3.8 - Votes Placed: 36 View Voting History
A total of 8 users have this song on their favourites list.

Compilation / Remix Information

This Song Is Listed In The Following Compilations:

Compilation Bitjam Podcast #129



Add new screenshot

Song Corrections & Updates

[Edit Information] - [Add Links]

User Comments

User Song Comment
All world of music is welcome

bbcode and ЏπЇСסбέ are for jazz musicians

All world of music is welcome

This tune needs reup anyway

Kuchen ! Wer ihn tadelt liegt falsch

<radio host> welcome back to smoooothe lounge dot com, the best in smooth jazz from the bay area ...


Is there something wrong with the playback for this? I don't remember the samples being so out of tune on the original module.