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Kíla & Oki - Kíla & Oki Album

Kíla & Oki - Kíla & Oki Album
  • Performer: Kíla & Oki
  • Title: Kíla & Oki
  • Genre: Rock / World, & Country
  • Cat #: KRCD 011
  • Label: Kíla Records
  • Country: Ireland
  • Date of release: 21 Jul 2006
  • Style: Folk Rock, Folk
  • FLAC size 1261 mb
  • MP3 size: 1557 mb
  • Record From CD, Album


Backing Vocals – Ann ScottBacking Vocals, Goblet Drum [Dumbeg], Tambourine, Triangle – Lance HoganBodhrán, Claves [Clavés], Shaker, Cajón, Bells – Rónán Ó SnodaighDouble Bass, Backing Vocals – Brian Hogan Dulcimer [Hammered] – Dee ArmstrongGuiro – Colm Ó SnodaighGuitar [Electric], Guiro – Karl OdlumLyrics By – Tatsujiro KuzunoSongwriter – OkiTonkori, Vocals – OkiWhistle [Low] – Eoin Dillon
2Last Mile Home
Backing Vocals, Shaker – Colm Ó SnodaighDouble Bass, Backing Vocals – Brian Hogan Fiddle, Banjo, Backing Vocals – Dee ArmstrongGuitar, Backing Vocals – Lance HoganLyrics By, Songwriter – Dee Armstrong, Rónán Ó SnodaighMandolin – Rossa Ó SnodaighShaker, Whistle [Low] – Eoin DillonTonkori, Claves [Clavés], Guitar [Electric] – OkiVocals – Rónán Ó Snodaigh
3Ní Liom Féin
Bagpipes [Uilleann] – Eoin DillonBanjo, Organ [Wurlitzer] – Dee ArmstrongDouble Bass, Bass [Electric] – Brian Hogan Jew's Harp [Vietnamese Jaws Harp], Strum Stick [Bhangra], Balalaika, Shaker, Scraper – Rossa Ó SnodaighLyrics By, Songwriter – Rónán Ó SnodaighLyrics By, Songwriter [Ainu] – TraditionalTonkori, Jew's Harp [Mukkuri - Airiu Jaws Harp], Vocals, Other [Necklace] – OkiVocals, Flute – Colm Ó SnodaighVocals, Jew's Harp [Indonesian Jaws Harp] – Rónán Ó Snodaigh
4Kai Kai As To
Bass – Brian Hogan Fiddle, Banjo – Dee ArmstrongGuitar, Backing Vocals – Colm Ó SnodaighGuitar, Shaker – Lance HoganHarp, Cajón – Rossa Ó SnodaighLyrics By – Tatsujiro KusunoSongwriter – OkiTonkori, Percussion [Turkish Drum] – OkiVocals, Bodhrán – Rónán Ó Snodaigh
5hAon Dó
Bass – Brian Hogan Fiddle, Banjo – Dee ArmstrongGuitar, Backing Vocals – Colm Ó SnodaighGuitar, Shaker – Lance HoganHarp, Cajón – Rossa Ó SnodaighLyrics By – Rónán Ó SnodaighTonkori, Percussion [Turkish Drum] – OkiVocals, Bodhrán – Rónán Ó Snodaigh
6Gáire Na bPáistí / Our Children Are Laughing
Harp – Dee ArmstrongMandolin – Rossa Ó SnodaighTonkori – OkiWhistle [Plastic] – Eoin DillonWritten-by [Tune] – Eoin Dillon
7Kent Hakka Tufse
Guitar [Electric] – Karl OdlumGuitar [Lap Steel], Acoustic Guitar – Brian Hogan Lyrics By, Songwriter – Colm Ó SnodaighTonkori – OkiVocals – Colm Ó Snodaigh
8Ororo Raha (Mokoro Mokoro)
Backing Vocals – Ann ScottBacking Vocals, Guitar – Colm Ó SnodaighFiddle, Backing Vocals – Dee ArmstrongLyrics By – Tatsujiro KusunoSongwriter – OkiTonkori, Vocals – OkiVocals, Bodhrán [Emu Skinned], Percussion [Wave Drum], Bells, Percussion [Thunder Drum] – Rónán Ó Snodaigh


  • Artwork By [Cover] – Peig Fairbrook
  • Artwork By [Design] – Dara Ní Bheacháin
  • Mastered ByAidan Foley
  • Music ByKíla (tracks: 1 to 6, 8), Oki
  • Performer [Kíla Are]Brian Hogan , Colm Ó Snodaigh, Dee Armstrong, Eoin Dillon, Lance Hogan, Rossa Ó Snodaigh, Rónán Ó Snodaigh
  • ProducerKarl Odlum, Kíla, Oki
  • Recorded By [Assisted By]Jason Boland
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByKarl Odlum


"Oki is of Ainu descent, an indigenous people from Japan. He is playing a traditional Ainu instrument is called the TONKORI and singing in the Ainu Language."


Oki Kano 加納 沖, Kanō Oki known professionally as OKI, is musician, born in Hokkaido, grew up in Kanagawa Prefecture. He studied industrial arts at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music. His father, Bikki Sunazawa, was a renowned wood sculptor. In 2006, he released the album Kíla & Oki with the Irish band, Kíla. His earlier solo albums include collaborations with the female Ainu singing group Marewrew, who sometimes appear in his live show as well. More recently, he has played with his own Oki Dub Ainu Band, which plays mostly traditional Ainu songs in an electric style which mixes dub rhythms with tonkori playing. Album 2006 8 Songs. 2006 Kila Records. More By Kíla. The Best Of Kila. Suas Síos. Kílas new single Suas Síos, taken from their tenth album Suas Síos which is set to be released on 21 2006 8 Songs. Kila & Oki Kíla. Oki, 2006. Topattumi, 06:30. Gáire Na Bpáistí, Our Children Are Laughing, 02:39. Kai Kai As To, 06:17. Ní Liom Féin, 05:47. Kila Records. Search Myspace. Start typing. DID YOU MEAN. Listen to music from Kíla & Oki like hAon Do and h'Aon Dó. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Kíla & Oki. In 2005 when The Dun Laoghaire festival of world cultures asked Kíla to invite a musician to collaborate with they knew they had to ask Oki, he came and their time rehearsing together and playing at the festival in the beautiful setting of Monkstown Church sowed a seed that grew into this album. They knew that the music they were making inter weaving their respective traditional sounds was worth recording and so Oki came back to Ireland in 2006 and over a 10 day period in Kildare Kíla & Oki was made, we hope you enjoy . Sorry, something went wrong. Legal Privacy Cookies Imprint Creator Resources Blog Charts Popular searches. Language: English US. Next up


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