“We see music, and we listen to pictures” by Kitaro

“We see music, and we listen to pictures”

This is what Kitaro said at the end of his book,
“Kitaro with the earth”
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This photo book contains pictures of Kitaro’s former Studio in Colorado, “Mochi Studio”, and wonderful landscape from that studio.
Those amazing landscape always inspired Kitaro to make music.

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The Cover Art of Grammy Award winning album “Thinking Of You” was created based on this picture.
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He often went out side and record those nature sounds and took pictures.
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This 25 page book is a stylish collection that draws on dozens of breathtaking images of Colorado and his home studio. This limited edition book is accompanied with a CD sampler (including unreleased live version of “Mercury”) of music inspired by some of these images.

Book Size: 8 inch (20 cm) x 9 inch (23 cm)
25 Pages Full Color
Published in 2000
MADE IN JAPAN (All the words Written in Japanese)

If you need more info of this book and sampler CD, go check out Domo store.

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