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Imitation of Life — Real Music

It's hard to predict what Eiko Ishibashi will come up with. Here's a tune that mixes elements of pop with jazz and avant-rock to great effect.

by Jon Davis, Published 2018-09-19


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Related artist(s): Eiko Ishibashi

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