The second part of 'The Five Atomic Seasons'

The compositions reflect the experiences of Mr. H. T. - an 82 year old Japanese business man - during the time of the atomic bomb dropping in summer 1945 in Japan. This dramatic incident coincided with the relationship to his early love - his student fellow named Ayumi - who had no chance to survive that horrible attack. H. T. was so heavily shocked that he decided to abandon the world by going into a monastery. The music - written as one long track of 54 minutes - dramatically describes a part of his life and destiny.



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StatusStudio Album
Release dateDecember 1, 2007
Playing time00:56:38
All Music byEdgar Froese


01.Climbing Mount Inasa00:10:56
02.In The Cherry Blossom Hills00:05:15
03.Mystery Of Life And Death00:13:32
04.Dreaming In A Kyoto Train00:07:00
05.Ayumi's Butterflies00:04:59
07.11:02 AM00:10:51
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