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East Quest Records

Name
East Quest Records
URL
http://eastquest.com
Email
mail@eastquest.com
Phone
1-818-888-1222
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Label founded by Osamu Kitajima in California both to release his own works and to feature the works of artists who blend traditional Asian music with modern digital sounds.
Releases on file (7)
The Residents — Stars & Hank Forever! (The American Composers Series - Volume II) The Residents — Stars & Hank Forever! (The American Composers Series - Volume II)
(East Quest Records ESD 81492, 1986/2000, CD)
Osamu Kitajima — Benzaiten Osamu Kitajima — Benzaiten
(East Quest Records 1840107 , 1974/2010, CD)
Osamu Kitajima — Osamu Osamu Kitajima — Osamu
(East Quest Records 1837787 , 1977/2010, CD)
Osamu Kitajima — Masterless Samurai Osamu Kitajima — Masterless Samurai
(East Quest Records 1836104 , 1978/2010, CD)
Osamu Kitajima — Dragon King Osamu Kitajima — Dragon King
(East Quest Records 1901557, 1979/2010, CD)
Osamu Kitajima — Over the Brink Osamu Kitajima — Over the Brink
(East Quest Records no#, 2013, CD)
Osamu Kitajima — Torii in the Sea Osamu Kitajima — Torii in the Sea
(East Quest Records no#, 2019, CD)

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