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Kodo - Children Of The Drum album flac

  • Performer: Kodo
  • Album: Children Of The Drum
  • FLAC: 1888 mb | MP3: 1135 mb
  • Released: 2001
  • Country: UK
  • Style: Hard Trance
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 611
Kodo  - Children Of The Drum album flac


Children Of The Drum (Double Drop Mix)
Children Of The Drum (Triple Drop Mix)


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DST 002 Kodo Children Of The Drum ‎(12") D-Stressed Records DST 002 UK 2001
DST 002 Kodo Children Of The Drum ‎(12", W/Lbl) D-Stressed Records DST 002 UK 2001

Originally from Kodo's 1998 album Blessing of the Earth, this piece is renowned all over the world and had enormous impact on drummers in many countries.

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Kodo’s new album, Mondo Head (on the Sony Classical label), produced by the former Grateful Dead drummer and world music enthusiast Mickey Hart, the Sado Islanders are showcasing their old-school taiko chops on the One Earth Tour. If you want to see Kodo in their pure, unadulterated element, this is a good chance. But if you want a taste of traditional taiko turned on its head, check out Mondo Head. Nominally, it’s a Kodo album, but in reality Hart’s vision drives the project - the latest with his Planet Drum retinue of global drummers, vocalists and guest artists

Children Of The Drum. 01/03/2016, -. with Pablo Valentino, Lotfi, LB aka Labat. Pablo Valentino with LB aka Labat and Lotfi covering all domains from soul to hip-hop via brazilian grooves, all-around boogie and modern hous. oogie. Children Of The Drum.

Kodō was formed in 1981 and made their debut at the Berliner Philharmonie in the same year. Kodō is sometimes considered to be simply renamed from the taiko group Ondekoza organized in 1971. Indeed, Kodō was formed out of the existing members of Ondekoza, but their leader, Den Tagayasu, left the group before the transition and lead performer Eitetsu Hayashi left quickly thereafter. Tagayasu continued to use the name Ondekoza for his new group, and required the group to choose a new name. Hayashi created the name based on the dual meaning of the word; the first, "drum children," was based on feedback from mothers that their music lulled their children to sleep. The second meaning, "heartbeat" originated from comparing the sound of taiko drums to the sound of a mother's heartbeat on her child in the womb.

Experiencing hands-on the unique traditional Japanese drum, 'taiko', at Sado Island in Niigata from members of the world-famous Japanese taiko group: Kodo! . It’s said that there are over 5,000 taiko groups active in Japan and the Kodo performing arts ensemble, who hails from Sado Island, is one of the most popular taiko groups not only in the country but worldwide too. So when they asked me if I wanted to sail to Sado Island to try taiko drumming with one of the former members of Kodo, it was a sure ‘yes’ from me! READ: 4-Day Itinerary in Niigata, Japan. If you’re more of a visual person, you can already watch my vlog, video below covering my taiko experience at Sado Island:. Sado Island Taiko Centre (Tatakokan).

The Drums is the eponymous debut studio album by American indie pop band The Drums. It was released June 7, 2010, on Moshi Moshi and Island Records. The album contains the singles "Let's Go Surfing," "Best Friend," "Me and the Moon" and "Forever and Ever, Amen" as well as "Down By The Water," which had previously been released as part of the band's Summertime! EP. The album was recorded in Jacob Graham's apartment in Florida, the band's apartment in New York City, and in a shack in Woodstock, New York.

LA TIMES CAUTION This disc contains music of extraordinarily wide dynamic range, encompassing long passages at the threshold of audibility that build to levels of extreme intensity. I think those who found this recording very annoying or "poor" did not have the proper equipment to take advantage of the engineering that went into this disc. This is not background music. You really need to sit down and liten to this disc to take it all in.

This authentic Japanese Taiko-drum ensemble sometimes adds modern and/or Western touches to their thunderous drumming repertoire. Kodo, Heartbeat Drummers of Japan. 1 - 0:00 Miyake (. 0) Okiage (Fisherman's Song) by – Kazuaki Tomida, Katsuji Kondo. 2 - 6:25 O-Daiko (. 0) (Big Drum) by – Yoshikazu Fujimoto. 3 - 12:41 Monochrome (1. 2) by – Maki Ishii. 4 - 24:59 Chonlima (. 6) by – Roetsu Tosha.

The Kodo drummers are halfway through their North American tour, and they are definitely worth seeing. I was lucky enough to live on Sado Island, home-base for this group of Children of the Drum (the direct translation of their name). While their performances have a deeply traditional Japanese feel, that is not all that they offer. They create something new with every performance, and buzz with an energy that can only come from intense dedication and discipline. And I’m not just saying that because I know what the trainees go through–it’s more intense than Survivor–daily 4:30 .