Daniel M. P. Shaw | Kazuma's Guitar (Orange)

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Kazuma's Guitar (Orange)

by Daniel M. P. Shaw

From upbeat pop-folk through electro vibes to worldy textures. Originally distributed in 2002 on a very small scale to friends, family and local fans while living in Japan, this is the first global reissue of this quirky, eclectic collection.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. Hold My Heart
2:43 album only
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2. Fire Mountain / Kazan
3:14 album only
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3. Sidelong Loving Glance
2:24 album only
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4. Perfect Little Day
4:56 album only
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5. Look at Me!
4:02 album only
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6. With You Without You (A Song Without Drums for Beni)
3:45 album only
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7. Touch a Life
4:08 album only
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8. Muriel and Jimmy
2:03 album only
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9. I Don't Want to Talk to People
4:54 album only
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10. Driftwood
3:57 album only
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11. Our yet to Be
5:01 album only
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12. Sekai Wa Hitotsu
5:09 album only
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13. The Last Song?
2:27 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Daniel M. P. Shaw is an established singer-songwriter mixing different musical styles and traditions, but with a folky element to most things he does. In addition to his solo career, he is a member of indie folk rock band, The Flocking Murmuration and formerly a member of world-pop-folk trio Tiger the Lion.

On 1st January 2017, Dan set himself a challenge - to write a song every day for a whole year. The demo recordings from "A Song, A Day, A Year" are being released as a series of albums throughout 2017.

Ranging from upbeat pop-folk through electro vibes to worldy textures."Kazuma's Guitar" was a double album Dan produced while living Japan, 15 years before its global release. Originally distributed in 2002 on a very small scale to friends, family and local fans while living in Japan, this is the first global reissue of this quirky, eclectic collection.

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