Cowboy Bebop OST 3 Blue - Call Me Call Me





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Published on Aug 25, 2008



Call Me Call Me
Anime: Cowboy Bebop
OST: Cowboy Bebop OST 3 Blue (1998)

Cowboy Bebop (カウボーイビバップ, Kaubōi Bibappu) is a Japanese animated television series. Directed by Shinichiro Watanabe and written by Keiko Nobumoto, Cowboy Bebop was produced by Sunrise. Consisting of 26 episodes, the series follows the adventures of a group of bounty hunters traveling on their spaceship, the Bebop, in the year 2071.

Cowboy Bebop was a commercial success both in Japan and international markets, notably in the United States. After this reception, Sony Pictures released a feature film, Knockin' on Heaven's Door to theaters worldwide and followed up with an international DVD release. Two manga adaptations were serialized in Kadokawa Shoten's Asuka Fantasy DX.

Cowboy Bebop has been strongly influenced by American music, especially the jazz movements of the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s and the early rock era of the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. Many of its action sequences, from space battles to hand-to-hand martial arts combat, are set and timed to music. Following the musical theme, episodes are called Sessions, and titles are often borrowed from album or song names (such as Sympathy for the Devil or My Funny Valentine), or make use of a genre name ("Mushroom Samba") indicating a given episode's musical theme.

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Blend Guitar
fact: depression makes you eat more .
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Daniel Franke
I never really realized how much I cared for Ed until Ed left.
Ty YuZekken
Although the series ended years ago... sadly at that, but Spike, Jet, Faye, Ed, and Ein will always live in our Hearts. 
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Donald B
The saddest egg eating scene in the history of film making and animation!! Bye bye Edd!!
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The music of Cowboy Bebop tends to pretty much destroy my soul with feels, but I can never get enough of it.
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Hearing this song played in that episode I realized I won't ever see boiled eggs the same way again...now they are the staple choice of food for sad, lonely souls who didn't get to say their last goodbyes before parting ways. Also, boiled eggs are hard to swallow, just like the bittersweet guilt of taking companionship and company for granted. Remember this conversation? Spike Spiegel: Hey, Jet, did you know that there are three things that I particularly hate? Jet Black: Really? Spike Spiegel: Kids... animals... and women with attitudes... Jet Black: Oh? Spike Spiegel: So tell me, Jet, why do we have all three of them neatly gathered in our ship!? The three things Spike said he hated had pretty much left and went their own way in that episode, but the Bebop wasn't better off, no not at all. I guess Spike didn't hate them after all.
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Not gonna lie I cried more when Ed and Ein left, more than Spike's death. Don't know why, Ed's amazing though.
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"See you cowgirl, someday, somewhere!"
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I love Anal
man, when ed and ein left the bebop crew, they also carried the happy and fun times with them
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This was one of those scenes that makes the show stand out as a masterpiece in television. Not just animated or live action, but anything.
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