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Tinsagu Nu Hana - Takashi Hirayasu And Bob Brozman - Jin Jin/Firefly (CD, Album)

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  1. Ganeko and Yoshikawa met each other at Ganeko's recording of 'Asobiyara Tururunten' in Ganeko joined Takashi Hirayasu and Yoshikawa's 'Oto Asobi' concert in Okinawa as a guest singer in , singing 'Tinsagunu Hana' and 'Musume Jin-To-Yo' which are included on this album.
  2. Takashi Hirayasu and Bob Brozman released a collaboration album by the same title that is a collection of various Ryukyuan songs or nursery rhymes. Their song "Jin Jin" is track 6 on this album. *"Subete no Hito no Kokoro ni Hana wo" Wikimedia Foundation.
  3. Takashi Hirayasu is an Okinawan musician. He has released two albums and is known in the United States particularly for his collaborations with Bob Brozman.
  4. Takashi Hirayasu discography and songs: Music profile for Takashi Hirayasu, born 5 January Genres: Contemporary Folk. Albums include Jin Jin / Firefly, The Rough Guide to the Music of Japan, and The Rough Guide to the Music of Japan.
  5. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Takashi Hirayasu And Bob Brozman - Jin Jin / Firefly at Discogs. Complete your Takashi Hirayasu And Bob Brozman /5(7).
  6. Great guitar work and some enthusiastic singing by Hirayasu make this a very listenable and certainly unique album. Brozman's steel/slide guitars combined with Hirayasu's /5(10).
  7. Takashi Hirayasu and Bob Brozman released a collaboration album by the same title that is a collection of various Ryukyuan songs or nursery rhymes. Their song "Jin Jin" is track 6 on this album. "Tenyō bushi" てんよー節: A common song involving red and white flags played at the Obon Festival. "Nada Sōsō" 涙そうそう.
  8. There are some remarkable fusions, including Takashi Hirayasu and Bob Brozman (check out their Nankuru Naisa CD) and an English-American duo who combine traditional Okinawan folk styles with hip-hop, dub and various forms of electronica/5(8).

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