Bonfire at Dawn Soundtrack Front Cover

Bonfire at Dawn Soundtrack

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Manabu Sakata

Bonfire at Dawn Soundtrack

  1. Bell
  2. Highway
  3. Snow
  4. Fog
  5. Mother's Piano
  6. Voice
  7. Snowfield
  8. Sakiko
  9. Into the Forest
  10. Great Tree
  11. Bonfire
  12. The Setting Sun
  13. Afterglow
  14. Bonfire at Dawn

Music by Manabu Sakata /


Manabu Sakata: Piano, Acoustic Guitar, Harmonium, Fender Rhodes, Bells and Drums /

Akira Sakata: Clarinet on M13 and 14 /
Momoko Sakata: Violin on M13 and 14 /

Recorded & Mixed by Yoshikazu Sasahara at Studio TLive on 2 and 5 September, 2018 /
Except M6 Recorded & Mixed by Manabu Sakata at IN MY ROOM STUDIO on 17 August and 6 September, 2018 /
Mastered by Chihei Hatakeyama at WPM studio on 12 September, 2019 /

Cover Photo by Kentaro Kumon /

A Film by Koichi Doi /
A Film " Bonfire at Dawn" Official Website https://yoakenotakibi.jp /

Manabu Sakata Official Website https://www.manabusakata.com /



Manabu Sakata;
A drummer, musician,
Born in Japan in 1973.
Akira Sakata, a sax player, is his father.
Manabu Sakata learned to play the piano as a child and began playing drums at 10-years-old.
In 1993, he went to Musicians Institute in US.
After graduation, he became a professional drummer in Japan.
His eclectic performance style includes everything from pop music to free jazz.
After joining several bands, including Piranhans and Polaris, he began his solo project in 2004, using drums and various instruments.
In 2005, he released three solo instrumental albums.
In 2006, he played music at play and fashion show.
In 2017, he released the album, "Ki-No-Oku," revealing his singer-songwriter side.
He created his first soundtrack, in 2019, for the film "Bonfire at Dawn."

Manabu Sakata

Manabu Sakata; A drummer, musician, Born in Japan in 1973. Akira Sakata, a sax player, is his father. Manabu Sakata learned to play the piano as a child and began playing drums at 10-years-old. In 1993, he went to Musicians Institute in US. After graduation, he became a professional drummer in Japan. His eclectic performance style includes everything from pop music to free jazz. After joining several bands, including Piranhans and Polaris, he began his solo project in 2004, using drums and various instruments. In 2005, he released three solo instrumental albums. In 2006, he played music at play and fashion show. In 2017, he released the album, "Ki-No-Oku," revealing his singer-songwriter side. He created his first soundtrack, in 2019, for the film "Bonfire at Dawn."

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