DK Jamz

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DK Jamz
Composed by:
Robin Beanland, Eveline Fischer and David Wise
Publisher(s) Nintendo/Rare
Release date March 1, 1995
Media Compact Disc
Track(s) 50
Length 48:21
Catalog number(s) N INT01 (reprint of DIDX-026334)

DK Jamz is an official soundtrack for Donkey Kong Country, released in 1995. It has been highly praised for its diverse and good quality music. DK Jamz was mainly composed by David Wise, with the occasional assistance of Robin Beanland and Eveline Fischer. David Wise has stated that he wanted the music produced by the Super NES SPC700 chip for the game to sound similar to the Korg Wavestation synthesizer.

DK Jamz was later remade by OverClocked ReMix, under the name "Kong in Concert," as a tribute to its original composers.

Track listing[edit]

# Track Title Length Composer[1]
1. Theme 1:27 David Wise
2. Simian Segue 1:59 Eveline Fisher
3. DK Island Swing 3:03 David Wise
4. Cranky's Theme 1:19 David Wise
5. Jungle Groove 2:26 David Wise
6. Cave Dweller Concert 3:10 David Wise
7. Bonus Room Blitz 1:02 David Wise
8. Aquatic Ambiance 3:30 David Wise
9. Candy's Love Song 1:19 Eveline Fisher
10. Bad Boss Boogie 2:01 David Wise
11. Minecart Madness 2:27 David Wise
12. Life in Mines 2:13 David Wise
13. Voices of the Temple 2:14 Eveline Fisher
14. Forest Frenzy 2:03 Eveline Fisher
15. Treetop Rock 2:00 Eveline Fisher
16. Funky's Fugue 2:18 Robin Beanland
17. Misty Menace 2:30 David Wise
18. Northern Hemispheres 2:30 Eveline Fisher
19. Ice Cave Chant 2:06 Eveline Fisher
20. Fear Factory 2:11 David Wise
21. Gang-Plank Galleon 1:53 David Wise
22. K. Rool's Cacophony 0:24 David Wise
23. The Credits Concerto 2:16 David Wise
24–48. Silence - -
49. End of Turn - David Wise
50. End of Stage - David Wise


  1. ^ From Rare: Scribes Q&A: Once he'd polished off the new DKC3 GBA score Dave found the time to dig up a full list, and it looks like this: Robin did Funky's Fugue, Eveline did Simian Segue, Candy's Love Song, Voices of the Temple, Forest Frenzy, Tree Top Rock, Northern Hemispheres and Ice Cave Chant, and the rest was the doing of Mr. Wise.