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Quikion

Quikion
Country
Japan
Profile
Japanese band (pornounced Ki-ki-own) influenced by French minimalists, such as Pascal Comelade or Klimperi, but with a healthy dose of sounds from European (and other) folk music as well.
Website
http://www.myspace.com/quikion
Related articles (2)
Releases on file (6)
Quikion — Kaprico Quikion — Kaprico
(Musea MP 3072, 2008, CD)
Quikion — Hallelujah! Quikion — Hallelujah!
(Poseidon PRF-037, 2006, CD)
Quikion & Lithuma Qnombus — Live Quikion & Lithuma Qnombus — Live
(Poseidon PPS-001, 2005, DVD)
Quikion — Ramadan Quikion — Ramadan
(Poseidon PRF-018, 2004, CD)
Quikion — Yoru No Harp Quikion — Yoru No Harp
(*, 2001, CD)
Quikion — Escargot Bianco Quikion — Escargot Bianco
(Musea MP 3083, 1999/2009, CD)

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