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play hi-fi  Battleships
play hi-fi  On Duty Near Iceland
play hi-fi  Their Last Great Sacrifice
play hi-fi  Evening Prayer At The Bar/An Uneasy Sleep
play hi-fi  Off-Duty Leisure Boating
play hi-fi  Sunset On Sea
Other projects by Ingo Ito here on Soundclick are:


Ingo Ito started his musical career as a sound engineer at the famous Hansa by the Wall studios in Berlin, where such outstanding records were done like David Bowie´s "Heroes" or U2´s "Achtung Baby".

During the 80s he worked as a session guitarist/producer in Berlin, composed (among others) music for the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, South Korea and co-founded the alternative pop band Bamboo Industry as their guitarist/singer.

In 1989 he joined the german synth-band Camouflage and for the following 6 years he worked with them on their albums, singles and concerts.

In 1994 he founded the alternative ambient pop band Rain On Bamboo, composed + produced their 2 albums, also singing and playing guitar.

After these productions he concentrated on solo work for ambient music and did several soundtracks for art exhibitions in London, Berlin and Hamburg as well as for audio book releases.

For some time past, Ingo Ito has been living in Spain and has recently started to work on new projects, of which Zen Hanami summarizes his many years of experience in the field of ambient music.

You can listen to more music and also buy Digital Download Files (DDF) by Ingo Ito at the download-shop at www.itofarm.com, where you´ll also find more detailed information about him (complete discography, news etc.) and his projects.
Do you play live?
Live-Looping events are planned but there are no definite concerts yet.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
Very much. Ordinary record companies will sooner or later become obsolete and artists will maintain their rights and promote their releases on their own to a worldwide audience.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
No.
Your influences?
Robert Fripp, King Crimson,Brian Eno,David Sylvian,Harold Budd and more
Equipment used:
Guitar, guitar synthesizer, electronics, looping equipment.
Anything else...?
I have my own Blog and you´ll also find me on MySpace.
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