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The Minyo Crusaders' 2017 debut album "Echoes of Japan" LP will be back in stock on vinyl! This edition is available in all territories. Purists beware, as these ten Japanese musicians have decided to give a cumbia, reggae, salsa, Ethiopian groove, and Afro-funk twist to min'yo, an ancestral Japanese folk song genre of which they were all fans before they met. Their debut album, the eminently exotic (even zany) Echoes Of Japan, features ten tracks from the min'yo repertoire sung in the grand tradition of the style, to the sound of Afro-Latino brass and percussion. A delightful example of successful fusion, however unlikely it may seem.
The Minyo Crusaders' 2017 debut album "Echoes of Japan" LP will be back in stock on vinyl! This edition is available in all territories. Purists beware, as these ten Japanese musicians have decided to give a cumbia, reggae, salsa, Ethiopian groove, and Afro-funk twist to min'yo, an ancestral Japanese folk song genre of which they were all fans before they met. Their debut album, the eminently exotic (even zany) Echoes Of Japan, features ten tracks from the min'yo repertoire sung in the grand tradition of the style, to the sound of Afro-Latino brass and percussion. A delightful example of successful fusion, however unlikely it may seem.
4995879074121
Minyo Crusaders - Echoes Of Japan

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Format: Vinyl
Label: P-VINE
Rel. Date: 06/21/2024
UPC: 4995879074121

Echoes Of Japan
Artist: Minyo Crusaders
Format: Vinyl
New: Available to Order 2- 3 days $56.98
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The Minyo Crusaders' 2017 debut album "Echoes of Japan" LP will be back in stock on vinyl! This edition is available in all territories. Purists beware, as these ten Japanese musicians have decided to give a cumbia, reggae, salsa, Ethiopian groove, and Afro-funk twist to min'yo, an ancestral Japanese folk song genre of which they were all fans before they met. Their debut album, the eminently exotic (even zany) Echoes Of Japan, features ten tracks from the min'yo repertoire sung in the grand tradition of the style, to the sound of Afro-Latino brass and percussion. A delightful example of successful fusion, however unlikely it may seem.
        
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