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Album Review

Thinking of You is one of the most beautiful CDs of all time, certainly in the new age community. It is by Kitaro, whose name means — fittingly — "a man of love." These dramatic atmospheres are not subtle. They are overflowing with bravado, romance, serenity, and peace. The most important element that Kitaro injects is love — for his craft, his listeners, and himself. The powerful emotions surround deep listeners on this journey to ecstasy. This wonderful CD will appeal to fans of Suzanne Ciani, Constance Demby, Vangelis, and Dean Evenson.

Customer Reviews

Really beautiful album, really beautiful music.

Perhaps the most soothing music I've ever discovered from the stars, because the beauty and harmony of peace that Kitaro puts into his music is not of this world. Truely an amazing work of art.


When in search of peace and wisdom, no other than Kitaro to help with the process


I'm being fun of new age music coz of him.
Thanks for giving me this feeling!


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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