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Akira Mitake, who played keyboards and violin in the early 80's new wave band 'Ippudo,' known for the hit 'Sumire September Love,' created this original soundtrack for NHK's program 'Nihon: Sono Kokoro to Katachi (Japan: It's Heart and Form)' a compilation of Japanese art history. This work was recorded with a different approach from the band's musicality and the song 'Kawano Nagareno Youni' provided to Misora Hibari, and when 'Mono (object)', which seems to be about Japanese beauty, is replaced with 'Oto (sound)'. A masterpiece of Japanese ambient/new age music, all of which are composed and arranged by himself, and are all about the expansive 'Joukei (landscape)'. LISTEN:https://youtu. Be/WZNPHNa92nETracklisting:Side A1. Himawari2. Retro no Shizuku3. Yasha4. Boufuu5. Reien no MadobeSide B1. Kinshitsu no Shirabe2. Itoshi no Rei3. Keisetsu4. Ranja no Sono5. Koshuu
Akira Mitake, who played keyboards and violin in the early 80's new wave band 'Ippudo,' known for the hit 'Sumire September Love,' created this original soundtrack for NHK's program 'Nihon: Sono Kokoro to Katachi (Japan: It's Heart and Form)' a compilation of Japanese art history. This work was recorded with a different approach from the band's musicality and the song 'Kawano Nagareno Youni' provided to Misora Hibari, and when 'Mono (object)', which seems to be about Japanese beauty, is replaced with 'Oto (sound)'. A masterpiece of Japanese ambient/new age music, all of which are composed and arranged by himself, and are all about the expansive 'Joukei (landscape)'. LISTEN:https://youtu. Be/WZNPHNa92nETracklisting:Side A1. Himawari2. Retro no Shizuku3. Yasha4. Boufuu5. Reien no MadobeSide B1. Kinshitsu no Shirabe2. Itoshi no Rei3. Keisetsu4. Ranja no Sono5. Koshuu
4573471822243
Akira Mitake - Himawari - O.S.T.

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Format: Vinyl
Label: LAWSON ENT
Rel. Date: 02/09/2024
UPC: 4573471822243

Himawari - O.S.T.
Artist: Akira Mitake
Format: Vinyl
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Akira Mitake, who played keyboards and violin in the early 80's new wave band 'Ippudo,' known for the hit 'Sumire September Love,' created this original soundtrack for NHK's program 'Nihon: Sono Kokoro to Katachi (Japan: It's Heart and Form)' a compilation of Japanese art history. This work was recorded with a different approach from the band's musicality and the song 'Kawano Nagareno Youni' provided to Misora Hibari, and when 'Mono (object)', which seems to be about Japanese beauty, is replaced with 'Oto (sound)'. A masterpiece of Japanese ambient/new age music, all of which are composed and arranged by himself, and are all about the expansive 'Joukei (landscape)'. LISTEN:https://youtu. Be/WZNPHNa92nETracklisting:Side A1. Himawari2. Retro no Shizuku3. Yasha4. Boufuu5. Reien no MadobeSide B1. Kinshitsu no Shirabe2. Itoshi no Rei3. Keisetsu4. Ranja no Sono5. Koshuu
        
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