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近藤等則レコーディングス Toshinori Kondo Recordings

Blow the Earth in Andes part I
地球を吹く in Andes part I

  • Mar 03 / 2015
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Blow the Earth in Andes part I <br />地球を吹く in Andes part I

Blow the Earth in Andes part I
地球を吹く in Andes part I



I traveled in Andes mountains more than 3 weeks of 1994 May to June.
I played in many places by my intuition.The highest was 5400m.
How foolish I was !!?? Life overflows out of framework.
The sounds of playing in Andes look like to refuse to edit them.
Because they were played with the vibration of the huge land ,clear wind and Indio’s spiritual festival.The 2nd part of Andes will be released later.

Toshinori Kondo

A Song in the restaurant at Chankai coast
El condor pasa
To Mt.Ausangate on 5000m high
Talk 1
With the Glacier on Mt.Ausangate
Talk 2
Looking down upon Koyorlite Festival
Improvisation in the night of Koyorlite Festival
Improvisation in the mourning of Koyorlite Festival
With Kena made by human bone on the hill of Cusco
For the children on 4200m high at Cibinacocha
Full Moon in Lima

recorded in Andes mountain and Lima on May to June 1994
recorded by Yuji Mori

“Blow the Earth in Andes” was telecasted on NHK BS in 1994

Total time 57:43

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One Comment

  1. Gavin Kelley

    The library of Mr. Kondo – as any long time or even new supporter can attest – contains some of the most important albums in the many genre’s that he has made his journey through. Therefore I do not say this lightly when I state that this album – and frankly the entire Blow the Earth series – that is a standout among Mr. Kondo’s storied library.

    Blow the Earth Andes Part I is a spiritual journey, that is heightened by the interaction with the sounds of the street, to the thinner air of the Andes.

    This is not a solo album, this is an ensemble piece with Mr. Kondo leading an orchestra known as Peru.

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