On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Miyazawa - Afrosick Remix. Photo of Miyazawa - Afrosick Remix.More albums of Miyazawa: Afrosick. The Afro Sick EP. Genre is Electronic Jazz Latin. This album was released on the label Five D Corporation (catalog number MZ1-1). This album was released in 1998 year.
2 tracks · 18 July 1998. 8 tracks · 28 November 2001. 3 tracks · 18 March 1998.
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Afrosick Remix from Miyazawa (1998) (12''). Five D CorporationMZ1-1. The image is a scan of the item which is for sale.
Also on "Miyazawa", Miyazawa Kazufumi's 3rd solo album, he recorded Okinawa themed songs, "Okinawa Ni Furu Yuki (Snow in Okinawa)" and "Chimuguri Utasha" both recorded in different locations from Brazil, Tokyo, New York to Okinawa. Shima Uta (Island Song) in Argentina. Shima Uta (Cancion de la Isla)" covered by a multi faceted artist of Argentina; Alfredo Casero in December 2001 has become a huge hit.
Afrosick recorded straight after in Brazil was a different affair, with some of the leading lights of the contemporary music scene that had influenced Miyazawa's music with the Boom, such as Carlinhos Brown and Lenine. My mind set for making Afrosick was like a fashion designer's collection which changes every season. My mode at that time was for hip, kitsch pop, aggressive and progressive rock. Miyazawa believes his latest solo album is probably his best suited for an international audience. In Brazil, I kind of recorded according to Brazilian rules, but overall the album has no nationality with traces of the chaos or disease of Tokyo. It has some elements of Japanese tradition and a very modern style as well. He is planning to tour in Europe later this year, having performed at a festival in Spain last year.