Zeppelin - Jill of the Jungle (DOS)

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Composer Dan Froelich
Arranger Dan Froelich
Released 1992-??-??
Length 2:00.00
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Game Jill of the Jungle (DOS)
Title Origin Official
Loops Yes

Zeppelin is a song from the Jill of the Jungle series. It features a rich bass line and percussion, and uses bells.

Zeppelin was composed in AdLib Visual Composer as a ROL file, but was converted to CMF using the program ROL to CMF.

The title comes from the file name, but Dan Froelich explained that the file names were in fact the proper full titles. The file in the game folder is named Zeppelin.ddt.

When asked if the song was inspired by a Led Zeppelin song, Froelich had this to say:

Zeppelin started out reminding me of "Ramble On" because of the busy bass and the more metronomic higher part. It doesn't really remind me of that (or any other) Led Zeppelin song, but the name stuck.


Jill of the Jungle (DOS)

In the first game of the series Zeppelin plays during "The Boulders" (level 1) and final, "The Plateau" (level 14).

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Jill of the Jungle - DOS - Level 14.png

Onesimus: A Quest For Freedom (DOS)

Onesimus - DOS - Level 10 Castle.png

In Onesimus the song plays in "The Castle" (level 10), which is the same as level 13 of Jill Saves The Prince having the same name.

The file in the game folder is named SONG14.ARK.