The Legend of Zelda is a franchise with immediately recognisable themes and soundtracks, which naturally prompts fans to produce their own arrangements and covers of the iconic music. In an interesting approach, one musician has opted to, in his words, produce a 'post-rock inspired rearrangement of Koji Kondo's music', giving it a new flavour in the process.
Cory Johnson's album, simply titled The Legend of Zelda, is available to listen to for free on Bandcamp, which also gives the option to download. The 23 tracks cover general themes from the series as well as game-specific music, all in a rock style.
We think it's rather good here in Nintendo Life Towers, but let us know what you think.