Silk Road 2 was originally part of a double album called Silk Road (there is a Part 1 too). So if you want the full experience you will need to get the first one as well. So if you have to pick one this is it. I believe this music was part of the documentary series The Silk Road: The Rise And Fall Of Civilizations. Kitaro was commissioned to create music for the series. Silk Road (1&2) by Kitaro remains, to me, his best recorded work and with a genius like Kitaro that's saying something. The sound quality on this digital remaster is excellent. One person found this helpful.
Silk Road II. Kitaro. Kitaro - Jikuukan 02:39. Kitaro - Tenzan 04:45. Kitaro - Shizukesa No Nakade (Harukanaru Taklamakan Sabaku) 03:48. The Ultimate Kitaro Collection : Silk Road Journey - Kitaro. World Of Kitaro - Kitaro, Royal Symphonic Orchestra.
Silk Road II (OST) is a music studio album recording by KITARO (Progressive ve Rock) released in 1980 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Soundtrack for the NHK TV series about the Silk Road - second volume. Artwork: Shusei Nagaoka. LP Canyon - C25R0052 (1980, Japan). CD Canyon - P-3003 (1983, Japan), new cover CD Gramavision - 18-7011-2 (1985, US), new cover CD New World Music - 71051-2 (2002, Europe) 20-bit remaster by Doug Sacks and Gavin Lurssen, new cover.
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On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Photo of Kitaro - Silk Road II. More albums of Kitaro: Silk Road III - Tun Huang. Ten Jiku - Silk Road IV. Genre is Electronic Stage & Screen. This album was released on the label Canyon Records (catalog number D35R0004). This album was released in 1983 year.
The Silk Road: The Rise And Fall Of Civilizations is an NHK Tokushu documentary series that first aired on 7 April 1980, with sequels being broadcast over a 10-year period. It took a total of 17 years from conception to complete what many consider a landmark in Japan's broadcasting television history. The intention of the program was to reveal how ancient Japan was influenced by the Silk Road trade route. The documentary was narrated by Ishizaka Koji with music composed by Kitaro, who insisted that the show be broadcast in stereo Sacred Journey of Ku-Kai series.