Amy R. (brightknightie) wrote,
Amy R.
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Second Soundtrack CD, Final Track

[Crossposted from forkni-l.]

I know this was asked and answered back when the second soundtrack CD first came out in '99, but I'm afraid I've forgotten.  Remind me?  You know that final, unlisted, almost-hidden spoken-word bit at the very, very, very end of the second FK soundtrack?  It's part of the final track (suite from "Last Knight," movement "End of an Era"), not separate, but you don't hear it until you wait through a period of silence.

A male voice says:
"Well, here we are.  We're coming up to a new millennium, going into our next eight-hundred years together.  What's gonna happen?  I don't know.  I don't know.  Just hope we can do it together.  Hope we all make it through.  Stay friends.  Maybe find some new ones.  Should be fun.  Just keep a smile on, huh?  Yeah, keep a smile on."

Is that Geraint Wyn Davies's voice?  Or is it Fred Mollin's voice?  (I recently listened to it on a better sound system for the first time, and it sounded different to me, making me doubt what I thought I knew.  Perhaps it's just time passing.)

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