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Two giants in contemporary music have joined forces to create one of the most awe-inspiring albums of the '90s. Kitaro has taken his signature style into a new dimension of orchestral drama with three tracks featuring the breathtaking vocals of Jon Anderson, from Yes. Anderson, a longtime Kitaro fan, showed up on Kitaro's Japanese mountaintop and hung out for a month. Their ensuing "marriage" of vocals and music is the result. Kitaro composed the music while Anderson wrote the lyrics. The songs revolve around the eternal theme of love, as in the transcendental romanticism of "Lady of Dreams" and the ecstasy of spiritual liberation in "Agreement."...This is a special album full of soaring emotion and spiritual ...
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All Music Guide
Two giants in contemporary music have joined forces to create one of the most awe-inspiring albums of the '90s. Kitaro has taken his signature style into a new dimension of orchestral drama with three tracks featuring the breathtaking vocals of Jon Anderson, from Yes. Anderson, a longtime Kitaro fan, showed up on Kitaro's Japanese mountaintop and hung out for a month. Their ensuing "marriage" of vocals and music is the result. Kitaro composed the music while Anderson wrote the lyrics. The songs revolve around the eternal theme of love, as in the transcendental romanticism of "Lady of Dreams" and the ecstasy of spiritual liberation in "Agreement."...This is a special album full of soaring emotion and spiritual upliftment. ~ Backroads Music/Heartbeats
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/26/1999
  • Label: Domo Records
  • UPC: 724384828028
  • Catalog Number: 48280
  • Sales rank: 139,704

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Kitaro Primary Artist
Jonathan Goldman Voices, Chant
Jon Anderson Vocals, Chant
Deborah Anderson Background Vocals
Hiroshi Araki Guitar, Guitar (Baritone)
Steve Bailey Bass
Ty Burhoe Tabla
Ken Park Percussion
Giroshi Araki Guitar
Kristin Stordahl Kanda Flute
Shigeru Okazawa Bass, Electric Bass
Jim Hahn Electric Guitar, Guitar (Baritone)
Technical Credits
Kitaro Arranger, Producer
Gary Barlough Engineer
George Marino Mastering
Tom Zutaut Contributor
Syndee Barwick Director
Akira Kawashima Visual Coordinator
Reijiro Koroku String Arrangements
Norikazu Kumada Engineer
Eiichi Naito Director
Yokichi Ohsato Executive Producer
Nobuaki Takahashi Art Direction, Illustrations
Kazuo Toyoda Director
Hisashi Yamamoto Executive Producer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    FANTASTIC!!

    If you've never purchased or discovered the music of Kitaro, this might be the first one you buy. I have been a longtime fan and as I am a Yes fan too, this was just Heaven!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I was hooked by listening to this

    I was hooked by listening to this, made me fall in love. Highly recommend it. You have to experience his type of style to really appreciate it. I LOVE KITARO !!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Prepare to be transported!!

    This entire album is absolutely wonderful. From the first few moments, you are lifted out of your everyday life and taken to a lush, peaceful paradise. Just THINKING about this album is relaxing - they should play these songs in Dentist's offices! ;-) I have been a Kitaro fan for many years, but when I saw THIS recording had vocals on it, I nearly put it back. Then I saw who the singer WAS - one of my favorite American artists!! I grabbed the album and have never regretted it! Try this, you WILL like it!

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