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4.08 | 4 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Earth Born (2:52)
2. Caravansary (4:36)
3. Theme of Silk Road (4:33)
4. Cosmic Love (4:59)
5. Cloud (6:08)
6. Japanese Drums (3:23)
7. Return to Russia (8:01)
8. Straight Away to Orion (7:49)
9. Dawn in Malaysia (Getaran Jiwa) (7:05)

total time: 49:31

Line-up / Musicians

- Kitaro / keyboards, acoustic guitar, Mellotron, Moog synthesizer, keyboards, percussion

- Satoru Nakata / drums
- Shoji Fujii / drums
- Hiroshi Araki / guitar
- Masaji Watanabe / keyboards
- Tomoyuki Hayashi / keyboards

Releases information

Label: Polydor/Sound Design Records

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4 stars Asia is my introduction album to Kitaro. I had originally seen the video for Cloud on VH1's show named New Visions. The show had world, solo piano, and New Age music. In the wide band of New Age music was a musician named Kitaro. Never heard of him before but that is why I liked the show. A ... (read more)

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