Kitaro’s new digital album “Mizu Ni Inori Te” has been released on iTunes Store Today!! The album includes three unreleased songs in the US ever before.
[About Mizu Ni Inori Te]
Japanese nationwide TV featured Kitaro for their famous documentary series about professionals from various different fields. In the TV program, Kitaro had explored Nagara-gawa (one of the biggest rivers in Japan) from its source to both “Pacific Ocean” and “Sea Of Japan” and built his images to create songs which were played in the program. After the on-air, they were flooded with inquiries about songs. This led them to produce the album including 3 unreleased songs. Kitaro shows the appreciation for nature by expressing both magnificent flow and dynamism of nature as it is.
[Words from Kitaro]
We have the eternal circulation of nature since the Mother earth was born. Rain falls in the mountain and the river flows to the ocean, where ocean water evaporates and goes back to the mountains. We live in the world of circulation. We need a better understanding of not taking for granted of Mother Nature’s gift to us.
01. Mizu ni Inori Te ＊unreleased
02. The Light of the Spirit
04. Shizuku no Mai ＊unreleased
05. Nagare no Naka de
06. Voice of the Wind ＊unreleased
07. Theme from Silk Road
Kitaro – Mizu ni Inori Te from Mizu Ni Inori Te (short ver.)
Kitaro – Shizuku no Mai from Mizu Ni Inori Te (short ver.)
Kitaro – Nagare no Naka de from Mizu Ni Inori Te (short ver.)
Musicians United for Safe Energy (MUSE)
[Date] 8/7 (sun)
[Venue] Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, CA
[Artists] Kitaro / Crosby, Stills & Nash / Jackson Browne / Bonnie Raitt / Jason Mraz/ The Doobie Brothers / Tom Morello / John Hall / Sweet Honey in the Rock / Jonathan Wilson and Special Guests
[Tickets] Now on sale ( Livenation.com, Ticketmaster.com or 1-800-745-3000 )
$99.50, $55.00, $35.00 / General admission lawn tickets: $19.50 + applicable charges / Gold and Silver circle seats are available @ Guacamole Fund ( http://guacfund.org/ )