Weekly Special: Kitaro Grammy Series Set (4 CDs)

To cerebrate Kitaro’s New Release “FINAL CALL“, we are offering a Weekly Special Sale until the end of September! Every week, we will feature a new set of four Kitaro CDs/DVDs at a special package price of $29.98. Also, you will get a great deal on shipping as we will charge the set as one item:
$3 only for shipping to the Domestic/Canada and $6 International.

This is a great chance to add Kitaro’s previous albums to your collection and get ready for “FINAL CALL”!

 

[SPECIAL SET] Kitaro Grammy Series Set (4 CDs)

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This set includes:
- Thinking Of You (1999)
- Ancient (2001)
- Sacred Journey Of Ku-Kai Vol.1 (2003)
- Grammy Nominated (2010)

 

Thinking Of You

43rd GRAMMY WINNING ALBUM (Best New Age Album)

“Thinking of You” is a resplendent expression of the beauty unearthed in nature portrayed musically as only Kitaro can.
Woven within a musical tapestry of song, Kitaro brings you ten astounding compositions rendering light to the environment of which many take for granted. As Kitaro notes, “Living close to this wonderful nature is the discovery of the joy of life everyday”.
This Grammy Award winning release has garnered the accolades of die-hard and newcomers alike. As Kitaro remarks, “the ‘You’ in the titles signifies people close to me, those near and those far away from me. I tried to speak to each one of them through this musical expression.”


Ancient

44th Grammy Award Nominee Album

Take an extravagant excursion through the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, the Indus Valley and China with Grammy Award winner Kitaro on his latest release, “Ancient”. Kitaro manages to transport the listener to a mystical and contemplative place with the glorious textures of Great Pyramid. This magical journey also features the majestic and dramatic resonance of Nile and the eloquently evocative Unicorn, with it’s airy, almost playful melodies. Ancient manages to create audio imagery with exotic, unpredictable sounds, ancient wind instruments, and among other things, the synthesizer. The result is a sound that seems primeval, yet Kitaro’s artistic sensitivity makes it distinctly modern, ultimately exploring the connection between humans and the earth itself, which remains eternally beguiling and wondrously captivating in its mysteries.


Sacred Journey Of Ku-Kai Vol.1

46th Grammy Award Nominee Album

First in a new series of conceptual albums, Kitaro’s Sacred Journey of Ku-kai is a foray into a unique perspective of an issue that is on everyone’s mind this day. Inspired by the events of September 11, the music is intended to address a holistic solution to personal and global concerns juxtaposed against forward-thinking views of our own spiritual development.

Over the last year, Kitaro has begun a traditional Japanese spiritual pilgrimage to a number of temples in Japan. Known as the Shikoku Henro Pilgrimage, this journey will take him on a circular path to all 88 temples on the island of Shikoku (Japan). On Kitaro’s journey, he has sampled bell sounds from each temple as a basis for the compositions on Sacred Journey of Ku-kai. The music will also feature guest artists from around the world, including Tibetan Master and flutist Nawang Khechog. It is Kitaro’s intention that his message of peace will help people appreciate the nature of our individual experiences and that they can only unify us all in global and spiritual co-existence.


Grammy Nominated

This 13 track best of compilation features a track from each of the Grammy Nominated albums throughout Kitaro’s career. The album also includes “Estrella”, a track from Kitaro’s Grammy winning album, Thinking Of You as well as “Spirit Of The West Lake”, a track from his most recently Grammy Nominated album, Impressions Of The West Lake.

 

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