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Shibaten | This Earth

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This Earth

by Shibaten

Experience Shibaten's eclectic mix of instruments from around the world in this unique blend of organic sounds. The CD features the music of the Didgeridoo, Djembe, Gongs, and more. "This Earth" will take you on a journey with Shibaten.
Genre: World: World Fusion
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Shingon
6:26 album only
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2. Sky tower
3:02 album only
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3. Hunter
2:23 album only
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4. Queens town
4:57 album only
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5. Noa
4:12 album only
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6. Water bubbles
3:38 album only
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7. Memories~toki~
4:50 album only
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8. My way of life
5:57 album only
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9. Let's say
2:52 album only
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10. Soon
0:50 album only
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11. When you want to cry
3:08 album only
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12. This Earth
10:17 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Shibaten originally from Japan.
He has been traveling around the world throughout
Asia, Oceania, Africa, North & Central America and Europe since April 1999.

Each new country he visited,
he collected a new sound to enhance their spiritually and uniqueness
of his performance. Expect to see...
Didgeridoo(Australia), Djembe(Guinea), Sese(Mali), Foot Nuts Bell(Indonesia)
Tibetan Bell(Tibet), Thai Gong(Thailand), Wind Chime(Indonesia)
Chinese Cymbal(China), Clap Sticks(Burkina Faso), African Bell(Guinea)
Chau Gong(China), Stompbox(Australia), ORB(Canada).

His music comes from nature, the culture of the countries he's visited and his heart.
He believes language is not the only means of communication
and music knows no frontiers.

"NO HEART, NO MUSIC. MUSIC IS FROM THE SPIRIT"

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