Guillermo Martinez / Hiroki Okano / Nigel Shaw - Bamboo Cedar Oak download album
Drums, Flute, Percussion, Voice – Guillermo Martinez (2). Photography – David Guest, Hiroki Okano, Nigel Shaw. Producer – Nigel Shaw. Written By – Guillermo Martinez (2), Hiroki Okano, Nigel Shaw.
feat: Guillermo Quiroga Martinez, Hiroki Okano. 2. Bamboo Cedar Oak. Guillermo Quiroga Martinez, Hiroki Okano, Nigel Shaw. feat: Guillermo Quiroga Martinez, Hiroki Okano. Domenic DeCicco, Nigel Shaw.
2 Bamboo Cedar Oak. 5:39. Acoustic Guitar, Drums, Flute, Voice – Hiroki Okano Artwork By – Kim Kingfisher Djembe, Drums, Flute, Jew's Harp, Keyboards, Percussion, Temple Bells, Whistle – Nigel Shaw Drums, Flute, Percussion, Voice – Guillermo Martinez Photography – David Guest, Hiroki Okano, Nigel Shaw Producer – Nigel Shaw Written By – Guillermo Martinez, Hiroki Okano, Nigel Shaw.
This beautiful and unique album features Dartmoor composer NIGEL SHAW and two internationally renowned musicians from America and Japan, GUILLERMO MARTINEZ and HIROKI OKANO. Together these three musicians from different corners of the planet have produced a rare and special collection of recordings that evoke a unity of spirit and a global sound. The range of music reflects the diversity of ancient traditions on this earth and the realisation that, regardless of our different cultures, we all sing the same songs. Instruments include: Native American flute, Irish whistle, bamboo flute, guitar, samisen (Japanese lute), frame drums, djembe, traditional rattles, and voices. Guest musicians; Domenic DeCicco from Praying for the Rain - vocals and guitar. Shaun Farrenden from Riven/Global - Tibetan Horn.
Read Bamboo Cedar Oak's bio and find out more about Bamboo Cedar Oak's songs, albums, and chart history. Get recommendations for other artists you'll love. A brotherhood of flute players from three different sacred cultures, Nigel Shaw, Guillermo Martinez and Hiroki Okano. Since the first meeting Bamboo Cedar Oak have travelled together giving concerts and workshops, performing in Buddhist temples across Japan, a cathedral in New York and amidst the wild hills of Dartmoor (England), travels that have fed this recording with a rich tapestry of new sounds and melodies. Guillermo Martinez is a master-instrument maker living in California and a native Tarascan,.
Hiroki Okano - RETURN TO THE SOUL. OKANO - Power of Earth.
In 2002 Okano joined with Celtic musician Nigel Shaw and Native American Guillermo Martinez to form the trio called BAMBOO CEDAR OAK, and they have performed around the world, particularly in Europe. They participated in the 9/11 memorial concert at Riverside Church in New York. His recent solo work includes directing the music for the JUNKO MAEDA Paris Collection and the Kyoto Fashion Cantata, since 2004 and 2005, respectively.
Kevin Derring - Gomen Kudasai.
The Shinto religion’s reverence for nature is deep in his soul. Hiroki Okano is a Zen gardener of sound, where everything is balanced and in its proper place. Return to the Soul will put you in that place as well.
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Written By [Co-writer] – Domenic DeCicco
- Acoustic Guitar, Drums [Frame], Flute, Voice – Hiroki Okano
- Artwork By – Kim Kingfisher
- Djembe, Drums [Frame], Flute, Jew's Harp, Keyboards, Percussion, Temple Bells, Whistle – Nigel Shaw
- Drums [Frame], Flute, Percussion, Voice – Guillermo Martinez
- Photography – David Guest, Hiroki Okano, Nigel Shaw
- Producer – Nigel Shaw
- Written By – Guillermo Martinez , Hiroki Okano, Nigel Shaw