Kenichiro Nishihara | Life

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Life

by Kenichiro Nishihara

Full of bright pops with graceful and poetic piano choir, and the simple message that has power to live through this time. This album goes beyond "Jazzy".
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Jazz-Rap
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1. Prelude
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0:20 $2.00
2. Power of Self
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3:09 $2.00
3. Livin' the Life (Remix)
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3:23 $2.00
4. Weather Overtone
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3:10 $2.00
5. Beautiful Things
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4:38 $2.00
6. Now I Know
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4:01 $2.00
7. Mind Tourism
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1:10 $2.00
8. Brazilian Daydream
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3:41 $2.00
9. Waltz For Jazz Things
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3:46 $2.00
10. Moon Child
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3:42 $2.00
11. Dawn
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3:16 $2.00
12. Life
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The second album from Kenichiro Nishihara, a Japanese musician and producer whose music is based in jazz, hip-hop with a crossover jazz feel. This was released a year after his first album which became a big hit in Japan.

In this album, there are instrumentals, vocal tracks and hip hop rapped tracks, including Pharoah Sanders's "Moon Child" cover version. It features Substantial, Steph Pockets, Amanda Diva, Posmo, Gregg Green and Kissey Asplund.

He widened his original view of the world which transformed the essence of jazz into pops on this album.


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