Kitaro - Sacred Journey Of Ku-Kai Volume 4 [Autographed VINYL]
Release Date : September 14, 2010
Catalog : 73120-2
Format : 2-Disc Vinyl (180 Gram)
This is a limited edition collector's item with Kitaro's signature exclusive only at the Domo store.
Sacred Journey of Ku-Kai Volume 4 is the fourth in a series of a collection of works and peace-themed albums inspired by the classic Buddhist pilgrimage to the 88 sacred temples on Japan's remote Shikoku Island. Inspired by a journey taken by the beloved Buddhist monk Ku-Kai over a millennium ago, via the music contained in Sacred Journey of Ku-kai Volume 4, Kitaro continues to explore uncharted waters with his magnificently expansive vision and ever-questing spirit.
This album breaks new ground from the previous three CD's in this unique series of recordings. Steve Kindler's outstanding artistry on the violin adds a new dimension to the series. This expanded musical direction on Ku-Kai comes partially as a result of his unusual background and the location of the Temples spotlighted in volume 4. Violinist Kindler played in The Honolulu Symphony, but he cut his jazz chops as a member of John McLaughlin's fusion band making this particular musician a perfect fit for Kitaro's non-stop exploration of music's possibilities.
In a departure from volumes 1-3, the Temples featured in Ku-Kai 4 are located closer to the Pacific Ocean. In this release, Kitaro is channeling a uniquely different part of the island and the journey through his music. Kitaro, the consummate musical storyteller, is now relating a part of the legend of Ku-Kai that connects us to his story and 'peace' not easily told but ultimately understood.
Vinyl purchase includes a free Mp3 album download.
| T R A C K S |
01. Lotus Mountain
03. Magic Seeds
04. Reflection Of Water
05. South Wind
06. Circle Pray
08. Ritual Winds
| C R E D I T S |
Composed, Arranged, Performed, Recorded, Mixed and Produced by Kitaro
Mastered by Doug Sax
Executive Producer : Eiichi Naito
Artists + Repertoire : Dino Malito
Graphic Design : Kio Griffith