Kitaro’s New Live Video “Orochi” at Izumo Taisha Uploaded!

We have just uploaded Kitaro’s new live videos in Izumo Taisha, Izomo ground shrine, which took place on 8/10/1990. Izumo Grand Shrine is one of the most important shrine in Japan, and performing there is considered to be the highest degree of honor.
Kitaro plays his song called Orochi in the video.

Artust: Kitaro
Song: Orochi

Title of the songs Kitaro performed:
Theme From Silk Road
Cosmic Love
The Field

Drums: Casey Scheuerell
Percussion: Ken Park
Keyboards: Brian Becvar
Violin: Charlie Bisharat
Keyboards: Kit Walker
Guitar: Barry Coates
Bass: Steve Bailey

The Album “Kojiki” contains the song “Orochi”


Kitaro Official Web Site


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