Jun Arasaki and Nine Sheep Kajyadhi Fu Bushi (inc. Visible Cloaks remix)

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  • 1. Kajyadhi Fu Bushi
  • 2. Kajyadhi Fu Bushi (Visible Cloaks Remix)

'Kajyadhi Fu Bushi' is a traditional Ryukyu minyo (Okinawa folk song), a joyous celebratory classic which is usually sung at weddings, with lyrics describing how “beautiful buds unfold”, using the distinctive Ryukyu / Okinanwa pentatonic scale. The a-side is a 1977 recording by jazz musician and conductor Jun Arasaki and his group Nine Sheep backed with an up to date remix by the experimental duo from Portland, Visible Cloaks (RVNG).

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