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Miho & Diego Duo - Quenarimba 2 flac album

Performer: Miho & Diego Duo
Title: Quenarimba 2
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Miho & Diego Duo is with Diego Coy and Miho Takekawa. Miho & Diego Duo posted 5 photos - with Diego Coy and Miho Takekawa. Miho, Diego Chiyo, Aki, Jennifer Chiyo- Sen nen Design~ Japanese Calligraphy @ South Puget Sound Community College.

The Miho & Diego Duo has been boldly blending Latin and Japanese musical traditions since 2006. Both accomplished musicians in their own right, Miho Takekawa and Diego Coy came together after years of admiring each other’s work and discovering that their sounds could be combined to make something genuinely new and unique. Fittingly, the title of their debut CD, Quenarimba I, combines the names of their primary instruments, the quena, a traditional Andean flute, and the marimba

Miho & Diego Duo was formed in July, 2006 by Miho Takekawa (marimba/piano) and Diego Coy (/vocals). The Duo has been invited to perform at Flute Quest Festival 2006 in Kenmore, Festival Latino 2006 in Auburn, White Center Music Night Series in White Center, Columbia City Art Walk in Columbia City, Hispanic Heritage Month Event in Olympia, Seattle Fiestas Patrias in Seattle Center, Country Village in Bothell, plus many more places in Washington State

Diego Duo was born on date, to Diego Rodrigo Duo and Maria Duo (born Arezmendi Goiri). Diego was born on 20 de Mar de 1669 Amorebieta. Diego married Mª Antonia Duo (born Torre). Mª was born on 14-06-1699 Casco Viejo. They had one son: Jose Duo. Diego passed away. Diego Duo Diego Duo. Diego Duo was born on date, to Jose Duo and Mª Antonia Duo (born Zarraga). Jose was born on 20 de Mar de 1744 Casco Viejo.

The album charted number 95 on Billboard's "Top Pop Albums" chart. The album was re-released on CD in 1993 as The Fugs Second Album under the Fantasy label with five additional tracks: two live performances and three tracks recorded for Atlantic in 1967 for an album that was never released.

According to the label, the eight-track Tooth is partially inspired by the work of Raime side project Moin, taking their hybrid of art-rock and soundsystem music to even greater extremes. You can get a taste for the album with first single ‘Dead Heat’ above, and pick up the album on June 10. In the meantime you can revisit Raime’s FACT mix from 2011. Tracklist: 01. Coax 02. Dead Head 03. Hold Your Line 04.


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