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Customer Reviews

This man keeps on producing great New Age Music

Ritual Winds is quintessential Kitaro and one of his best songs ever. It is a must have for any Kitaro collection. South Wind and Requiem are also good. You might think that after all these years and all the songs he has written that he would run out of music to write. But this album shows he is STILL one of the greatest New Age composers.

Great conceptional album

I like the Kitaro's Ku-kai series albums. Great concept; if you didn't know, this series is inspired by 9/11 and features Temple bells (peace bells) to promote world peace. When I listen to it, it gives me a sense of serenity. I love how the peaceful asian-inspired melodies float above the ambient support.


I've listen to Kukai series for years.
It's one of the his classics & life work.
he's always given me what I'd expect at this series!!
if you like or are interested in his music, you must listen to!!!!


Born: 1953 in Toyohashi, Japan

Genre: New Age

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Kitaro's style is the epitome of the contemplative, highly melodic synthesizer music often associated with the new-age movement. Interestingly enough, this famous Japanese composer taught himself to play electric guitar in high school -- inspired by the R&B music of Otis Redding. In the early '70s, Kitaro formed the Far East Family Band, which released two albums of progressive rock. In 1972, however, he met the innovative German synthesist Klaus Schulze during a trip to Europe. Kitaro was hooked....
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