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Keiko the Fairy

by Keiko the Fairy

Cool contemporary songs inspired by the Japanese Odyssey (book), Keiko the Fairy
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1. Falling Pearls
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2. Sakura Kura
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Sakura Kura is a modern twist on a famous Japanese Folk song named Sakura. In spring, the Japanese gather under the Cherry Blossom trees to celebrate the new hope of spring. We have turned this song into a hip pop\rap song showcasing rapper Zeale 32, composed by Shane O Madden, aka Govinda. Kura Kura, means to be intoxicated, to be high on cherry blossoms!

Falling Pearls is a moody and emotional jazz\pop song-featuring singer Kat Edmonson, composed by Shane O Madden. In the story, Red’s life is changing so quickly and she realizes that she has to let go of the pain associated with her mother’s death so that she can heal and move forward with her life. Her favorite picture of her mother is in her room. Red is crying at the beach and her mother is holding her smiling. Red broke her mother’s pearls and they fell into the sea. Her mother tells her not to cry, “Nothing lasts forever.”


The songs inspired by Keiko the Fairy will eventually be made into a stage production and animation feature film.
All the music was recorded in Austin, Texas.

The First Book: Keiko the Fairy, The Kujiki

Keiko the Fairy is a cool coming-of-age odyssey set in contemporary Japan. The star characters are a 16 year-old half-Japanese girl named “Red” who attends the American School in Tokyo and a 17 year-old American Naval intelligence seaman named Nick, stationed at the nearby Yokosuka Naval Base. Our young heroes are introduced by an unexpected encounter with a bawdy 1,400 year-old rare Japanese Bamboo Wood Fairy named Keiko. Keiko tries to help her new friends navigate through the dramatic events that are changing their lives by drawing on her rich historical and philosophical experiences. She conveys her influence by using her own unique methods of storytelling and personal powers like fairy dream vision: which allows the recipient to see the events of the past and feel the emotions of the character in view. Ultimately, she gives her friends some tools to help them find inner peace and happiness in an often difficult and dangerous world.

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steve bilich

Amazing creative talent, superb writer. Lane Orsak is brilliant, with Keiko & al
Writer/Artist Lane Orsak has the ability to take the reader on a magical mystical ride with Keiko & other books, what a unique journey!!!
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Steve Bilich - filmmaker (www.nativenewyorkerfilm.com)

Lane Orsak (Writer/Creator: "Keiko the Fairy!"). Music (Falling Pearls & Sakur
Awesome Music! Can't wait for more music & of course for the books! Lane Orsak is brilliant, as are his musicians!
Keiko The Fairy is the Japanese female Harry Potter, for the child in every adult! Lane Orsak is creatively genius!

Lane Orsak (Writer/Creator: "Keiko the Fairy!").
Music (Falling Pearls & Sakura Kura)
Books (The Kujiki & The Silk Road)
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Jon Power

Keiko The Fairy
Absolutely brilliant; every kid should have a copy of Keiko
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