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Kawaranai Keshiki

by Juggling DUB's

The music they play reminds us of the sound of journey and the sound of Matsuri (festivals) and is brimming over with nostalgia.
Genre: World: Japanese contemporary
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1. Manshinsoui No Asayake Ni
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2. Akatsuki
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3. Fukurou
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4. Tsukiyo No Mahoroba
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5. Yukisaki Shirezu No Jyujiro De
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6. Hi Ga Kureru , Hi Ga Tomoru
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7. Kaze Ga Hakonda Melody
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8. Kawaranai Keshiki
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4:53 $0.99
9. Ookina Ki No Chiisana Tsubomi
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10. Kaze No Uta
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11. Takarajima
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12. Tabiji
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13. Sasuraeba Lalala...
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A band originated in Osaka (Japan) which consists of sanshin, accordion, mandolin, Irish whistle, contrabass, guitar, and drums.
A sound aimed to various music styles centering on Irish music and Okinawa music was completed.
The music they play reminds us of the sound of journey and the sound of Matsuri (festivals) and is brimming over with nostalgia.


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