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Thread: The Samurai of Prog "Toki No Kaze" new album teaser and greetings

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    The Samurai of Prog "Toki No Kaze" new album teaser and greetings


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    I look forward to hearing more.

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    Yesssss!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicky Cupcakes View Post
    Yesssss!
    Mmm, my first thought was "Kenso"! (after all their guitarist has played on a Samurai-album).

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    Is this out yet? I looked on Bandcamp and Amazon - can't find mention of it. Then again, searching Bandcamp is yet one more Byzantine experience.
    No matter what anyone says, you are the decider of how you will listen to music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Splicer View Post
    Is this out yet? I looked on Bandcamp and Amazon - can't find mention of it. Then again, searching Bandcamp is yet one more Byzantine experience.
    The last post in this thread mentions April.

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    Quote Originally Posted by interbellum View Post
    The last post in this thread mentions April.
    Thanks.
    No matter what anyone says, you are the decider of how you will listen to music.

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    Something's coming... April 26th.



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    "Toki No Kaze" can also be pre-ordered from: http://www.seacrestoy.com


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    Quote Originally Posted by The Samurai of Prog View Post
    Something's coming... April 26th.


    Well, that's a video made with a lot of love. Beautiful.

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    Received this wonderful package yesterday. I ordered it based on the video posted above, mainly because I thought the new songs sounded so melancholic. And I love melancholic prog
    At first listening I hear my first impressions were right. Beautifully done. Although there are many musicians on the different tracks, Toki No Kaze feels like a whole.

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    It's really well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Samurai of Prog View Post
    Maybe a silly question, but was the opening-section from A Tear In The Sunset inspired by Ryuichi Sakamoto's Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence/Forbidden Colours?
    The piano-theme sounds like a tribute.

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