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As I'm trying to develop a relationshionship with CDBaby to produce a low-tech album, I was surprised and pleased to learn about how many shakuhachi artists are available:
John Kaizan Neptune (A virtual unknown, but I thought we'd include him anyway.)
- WORDS CAN'T GO THERE
- Prime Numbers
- Steps in Time
- Bamboo Magic
Jeff Cairns (That's OUR Jeff!)
- Silent Letters, Secret Pens
Alcvin Takegawa Ramos (Again, one of US!)
- Japanese Traditional Flute For Meditation : Zen Shakuhachi Vol. 1
- Japanese Traditional Flute For Meditation : Zen Shakuhachi Vol. 2
- The Mysterious Sound of the Wind in the Bamboo by Matsu Take Ensemble
James Nyoraku Schlefer
- Wind Heart
- Flare Up
- Solstice Spirit
- In The Moment
Michael Chikuzen Gould (Nahhhhh, couldn't be ....)
-Shakuhachi: Floating Clouds
Brian Tairaku Ritchie (Never heard of him, but I hear that he is tall.)
John Singer (The name does sound familiar ... )
- Zen Music with Ancient Shakuhachi
- Shakuhachi Zen
- Shakuhachi Bell (feat. Karma Moffett)
- Four Shakuhachi Meditations
Josh Smith (OUR OWN Josh!)
- Sound of the White Phoenix (Hakuho-on)
- The Empty Bell
- Poeme Du Bambou
- Music From H. Miyazaki's Anime, Part 2 (Music from Totoro, Kiki's delivery service, Howl's Moving Castle, NAusicaa, Ponyo)
by East Winds Ensemble
- Beginnings by Taikoza
- Mystic Caravan
(No shakuhachi but it does have: "Accordion and Shamisen combine to form a sound unlike anything heard before." That's for sure)
Thanks for the Moran-bump and not to toot my own horn, but I have another on CD Baby 'Shirakawa' under the band name Stands and Cairns. Thank you all for supporting real people in their pursuit of sound beauty.
I buy lots of music from CDbaby. Just to add a few shakuhachi artists who have music on CDBaby to your list...
Phil Nyokai James
Joseph Pepe Danza
Geni Skendo & Dominik Wania
Brian Wagetsu Franklin
And I'm sure there's quite a bit more as well...
Christ, I forgot to include Phil.
Thanks for the heads-up.
Okay, let's keep listing more. How many of these guys are on Amazon, too, I wonder?