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Choristian Dior

by Pascals

First album for PASCALS; Acoustic orchestra of 15 Japanese members. Avangarde and Cool sound collage with excellent taste.
Genre: World: World Fusion
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1. Shinjitsu wa Kohshin suru
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2. Samba
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3. Skatalian Gigolo
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4. Zasso
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5. Mast
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6. Kai no mimi
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7. La La La
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8. 326
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Pascal's first original album is it!!

Pascals
Established in 1995. As an acoustic orchestra group comprised of 15 musicians, produces original avant-garde sounds. Using toy musical instruments, pianica, violin and more.... they have esprit and humor combined, producing light-hearted sound giving listeners spiritual liberation.

Members are .....
Rocket Matsu (Accordion, Pianica)
Tetsuya Saito ; Nathalie Wise (Accordion, Bass)
Akane (Toy Piano)
Ayumi Matsui (Violin)
Utsuo (Violin, Recorder)
Sara Ohtake (Violin, Recorder)
Christine (Violine)
Taro Kanai (Guitar)
Toshiaki Chiku ; ex.TAMA (Ukulele)
Satoshi Hara ; Lonesome Strings (Banjo)
Hiromichi Sakamoto ; COTUCOTU (Chello)
Kohta Miki ; COTUCOTU (Chello)
Hooto Nagahata (Trumpet)
Kouji Ishikawa ; ex.TAMA (Percussion)
Ryutaro Yokozawa ; Ring Links (Drums)


Ryutaro Yokozawa ; Ring Links (Drums


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Mark Jones

Beutifully weird
After discovering the Pascals live at WOMAD, Reading, England this summer, this was my second Pascals CD. Its delicate quirky orchestral style with toy instruments and musical saws reminds me of the Penguin Cafe Orcherstra and Sigur Ros. The music has a simple structure but is beautifully crafted without being too perfect. Listen to Pascals and smile - their music is so uplifting.

redstefff

Magical
Also discovered Pascals at WOMAD and although the music does not have the unbelievable beauty that it has when played live it is still a wonderous experience. Yes, Penguin Cafe Orchestra but without the pretention. A drug free psychedelic experience, truely happy music. The sky is blue indeed...

carmel keogh

womad
This just brings back so many memories of womad!! I\'ve been going there for years but seeing the pascals is definately my most vivid memory of it. I was right at the front with my best friend and we had such a great time. I\'ve since met great people who are now close friends who were also there and absolutely loved the performance.
The pascals have always reminded me of penguin cafe orchestra only even more playful so how could I not love them?
So, thanks guys for a brilliant day at womad and happy memories.