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Metal Gear Vocalist Releases Jazzy Covers of Game and Anime Music

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It’s becoming a fantastic trend to see video game vocalists getting more spotlight in today’s industry. Donna Burke, who has been the vocalist on several well-known titles such as Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater and Silent Hill 2, among others in those franchises has broken out on her own and is being featured on a collection of game and anime music classics done in a classy jazz style.

Burke founded the GANIME JAZZ quintet in 2016 and has mostly focused on live performances. Now, GAME + ANIME = GANIME JAZZ is the quintet’s first studio album features 12 jazz-infused tracks, including several fan-favorites.

01. Calling to the Night (Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops)
02. Way in the Dark (Implosion – Never Lose Hope)
03. Sins of the Father/Quiet’s Theme Intro (Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain)
04. Glassy Sky (Tokyo Ghoul)
05. Snake Eater (Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater)
06. No One Can Save Me (Angela’s Song) (Inspired by Silent Hill 2)
07. Hotarubi (Firefly) (Tales of Legendia)
08. Kami to Hito to (God and Man) (GOD EATER)
09. Moonless Starry Night (Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles)
10. A Quiet Night (Original)
11. Morning Sky (Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles)
12. To Suffer is to Love (Claudia’s Song) (Inspired by Silent Hill 3)

I hope that fans’ interest in videogames and anime leads to a newfound appreciation of jazz. Although I’m well-known for my videogame ballads, I want to take this opportunity to share my passion for jazz with my fans all around the world. Donna Burke

GAME + ANIME = GANIME JAZZ releases today on Bandcamp in digital and physical formats. Burke will also be performing as a part of the Metal Gear In Concert tour in Los Angeles (Oct. 10), New York (Oct. 13), and Paris (Oct. 28).

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