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Studio Album, released in 2011

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Mummy's Horn (6:47)
2. The Other Side of Eight Peaks (7:19)
3. Sorekani-Sorekari (4:57)
4. Nayugu (4:54)
5. Birthday (3:56)
6. Catalunya (6:25)
7. Otsunami (5:28)
8. Kanta No Itoko (5:11)
9. Resonance (5:11)
10. Kumo-Hane (6:31)
11. This Side of Eight Peaks (7:28)

Total Time 65:06

Line-up / Musicians

- Kasushi Kawaguchi / bass, Chapman stick, guitars
- Katsunori Takahashi / drums, percussion, loops
- Kunihiko Sekido / keyboards, percussion
- Kosei Kayama / saxophones
- Keisuke Hashimoto / trumpet
- Fumiko Aoki / vocals; flute
- Miki Fujimoto / violin

Releases information

Poseidon Records PRF-068

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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars Japanese band MINOKE was formed back in 2000, and have been an active live and recording entity ever since. They made their full length album debut in 2007, and "PPACK" from 2011 is their second production, and was jointly released by Poseidon Records in Japan and Musea Records for worldwide distribution.

While those who really don't like jazz probably won't be attracted to this production, open-minded jazz and art rock fans alike should find plenty to enjoy on Minoke's latest studio production. This is uplifting and energetic fusion that ventures out from a jazz context into the art rock realm in an elegant and refined manner, a high quality production through and through, with two magically enticing opening numbers as the start of an intriguing journey.

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