Featured Product – Daylight, Moonlight Live in Yakushiji By Kitaro –

Yakushi-ji is one of the most famous imperial and ancient Buddhist temples in Japan, located in Nara.
Yakushiji is the resting place of the ashes of Genjo Sanzo, the 7th Century monk who walked the Silk Road from Japan to India and back. It was Genjo who brought back from India the sacred texts that introduced Buddhism into China and Japan.

LIVE IN YAKUSHIJI is a broad and deep journey, to inner realms as well as exotic earthly destinations that only Kitaro can deliver. Recorded over three evenings in the sacred Yakushiji Temple in the ancient Japanese capital of Nara. Kitaro reprises nine favorite compositions from earlier albums, plus his Golden Globe Award-Winning theme from the Oliver Stone film “Heaven and Earth” and two previously unreleased tracks.

[CD]Daylight, Moonlight Live in Yakushiji (2002) by Kitaro

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=Track List=
Disk 1
01. Monk’s Introduction
02. Hajimari/Sozo
03. Caravansary
04. Silk Road
05. Magma
06. Mercury

Disk 2
01. Water of Mystery
02. Estrella
03. Koi
04. Wa
05. Free Flight
06. Heaven and Earth

From the opening chant of the Yakushiji monks, it is apparent that this is going to be a special offering from Kitaro. The legendary World Music pioneer’s latest album is a two-CD set recorded over three evenings in the sacred Yakushiji Temple in the ancient Japanese capital, Nara.

With full instrumentation, Kitaro reprises nine favorite compositions from earlier albums. This is a tour de force for Kitaro and ensemble. All the drama, grace and humanity of his usual offerings are here with the added immediacy of the live recording and the profound spirit of the Yakushiji monks who appear on the previously unreleased “Wa” in addition to the opening track.

After his journey, you will definitely feel like you’ve gone somewhere!!

Also available in DVD with an exclusive interview with Kitaro and History of the Yakushiji Temple.

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[DVD]Daylight, Moonlight Live in Yakushiji (2003) by Kitaro

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=Track List=
01. Monk’s Introduction
02. Hazimari/Sozo
03. Caravansary
04. Silk Road
05. Magma
06. Mercury
07. Water of Mystery
08. Estrella
09. Koi
10. Wa
11. Free Flight
12. Heaven and Earth

On three late-summer evenings in 2001, beneath a brilliant full moon, Kitaro and his ensemble, four extraordinary Japanese musicians, gathered in Yakushiji to perform the first concert ever presented in the venerable temple.

Special DVD Features:
Digitally Remastered Tracks
Interactive Menus
Mixed to Stereo and 5.1 Surround Sound
History of the Yakushiji Temple
Exclusive artists interview

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[VHS]Daylight, Moonlight Live in Yakushiji (2003) by Kitaro

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=Track List=
01. Monk’s Introduction
02. Hazimari/Sozo
03. Caravansary
04. Silk Road
05. Magma
06. Mercury
07. Water of Mystery
08. Estrella
09. Koi
10. Wa
11. Free Flight

 

“It was genjo’s journey that originally inspired the Silk Road music.” recalls Kitaro. “I was hoping to capture in the music his experience along the way. And the passion we expressed in the Yakushiji concert reflected, I believe, the passion of Genjo’s journey.”

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NOW Earth Day SALE

We are having a special sale for Earth Day 2013!
This offer starts from today and ends on April 24.

You can buy CDs, DVDs, or all items at Domo Store 10 % OFF !!!
(type Coupon code: earthday2013 at check-out)

AND

We will donate 10% of all proceeds to “Plant 1000 Seedlings in the Brazilian Rainforest” through global giving.

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