Takenobu | Climactica

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by Takenobu

Lush layers of cellos and strings, tightly knit with a driving drum beat provide support for soaring vocals over anthemic songs.
Genre: Pop: Baroque Pop
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1. Fight to Make It Up
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2. Voyager
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3. King of Camelot
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4. Summer and Fall
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5. Chartreuse
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6. Cups
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7. Toki Doki
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8. Go With It
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9. Dark in the City
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A minimalistic approach at creating modern pop music with classical instruments. With cinematic orchestration and layering, Takénobu breaks through the stuffy classical mold and brings the beauty and passion of stringed instruments to the forefront of modern music.

Here's what others have said about Takénobu:

"Destined (in my humble opinion) for greatness, Takénobu arranges songs that both everyday pop supporters and classical music buffs can sink their teeth into. " - Leah Henry, The Vinyl District

"really nice strings-driven anthemic pop songs " - Davy Minor, Ohmpark


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