A-Toutou U-Toutou | Praying for World Peace~from Amakusa Island to Afghanistan~

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Praying for World Peace~from Amakusa Island to Afghanistan~

by A-Toutou U-Toutou

Spiritual improvisational music for world peace using Amakusa ceramic bells and synthesizer.
Genre: New Age: Environmental
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1. Amakusa
Keiko Ueda & Yaz
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8:19 album only
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2. The Waves
Keiko Ueda & Yaz
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8:05 album only
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3. Monsoon
Keiko Ueda & Yaz
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5:42 album only
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4. Afghanistan~Imagine
Keiko Ueda & Yaz
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11:39 album only
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5. The Bird of The Universe, HOPE
Keiko Ueda & Yaz
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8:48 album only

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Praying for world peace ~from Amakusa island to Afghanistan~. Spiritual improvisational music for world peace using Amakusa ceramic bells & synthesizer. The players are: Yaz, Amakusa ceramic bells & percussion and Kay Ueda (aka Keiko Shiga), synthesizer. A-Touou U-Toutou had first concert in Kumamoto, Japan in 2001 dedicated this concert to the children of Afghanistan. Amakusa ceramic bells were designed by the Canadian percussionist John Wyer and made by the Maruoyaki ceramic company in Amakusa, Japan. We recorded this concert, and made our CD entitled: “Praying for world peace ~from Amakusa island to Afghanistan~”. We are always praying for world peace and live in constant appreciation of the universe as it is. LOVE & RESPECT.


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