Haruo Kubota, Yasuharu Konishi, Tetsutaro Sakurai - The Historic Recordings from the "Girl Girl Girl" Radio Show Volume 2 flac album
Title: The Historic Recordings from the "Girl Girl Girl" Radio Show Volume 2
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Girl Girl Girl's Theme.
Girl Girl Girl's Theme. The fourth volume in the series. Track 2 is a cover of the theme from "Touch of Evil" by Henry Mancini.
Where Konishi, Kubota, and Sakurai came up with delicious melodies and arrangements on the first, the second volume finds them mostly creating backing tracks for the ramblings of their radio show guests ("The Contemporary Cultural Course," "Sakurai Fan Club," "Take the Soul Train") or half-finished fragments of ideas ("Hamburger," "Masked Confession"). The Girl Girl Girl Radio Show.
The DJs happen to be songwriting heavyweights Yasuharu Konishi (of Pizzicato Five), Tetsutaro Sakurai (of Cosa Nostra), and Harry Kubota (of Pearl Brothers and others), and the results are as varied as their record collections, bringing in their friends, in-studio guests, and other weirdos as musicians and vocalists.
Multi Instruments, Producer, Remixing, Vocals. Multi Instruments, Producer, Remixing, Vocals.
Like Konishi, he brought an encyclopedic knowledge of Western pop to his group, and throughout the '90s produced many other acts. They debuted in 1991 with Cosa Nostra. A follow-up album, Cosa Nostra II, continued the theme. The band was finding their footing, trying out various genres and styles. With Medicated Soul, their first album in 1993, Cosa Nostra first introduced Momoko Suzuki and Reiko Oda as their main vocalists, but the true coalescence of the group came with a label switch the next year from Sony to Bellissima!/Toy's Factory records, and their second album, 1994's Mind Songs.
Homme Bis," by Girl Girl Girl released on Kitty in Japan in 1994. Rare five-track cd of swank lounge pop by this group featuring Yasuharu Konishi of Pizzicato Five. Complete with obi band and three playing cards, one for each member of the group. Opened but in excellent condition. Please wait for instructions on payment and shipping after the auction closes.
Girl Girl Girl: Girl Girl Girl no Theme SEE:The Historic Recordings from the Girl Girl Girl Radio Show Vol. 1 20. Frankie Sakai & New City Slickers: Arabia no shūchō 21. Masaki Ueda to Junji Ariyama: ore no shakkin zenbu de nanboya 22. Ikuzō Yoshi: ore wa zettai! Presley (Yasuharu Konishi Remix) SEE:Brilliant Ideas Works Of Yasuharu Konishi 1986-2018 23. Masaji Ōtsuka: Africa no tsuki 24. Kyōzō Nishioka: rokkabai My Baby. RELATED:yoru no Minoru Phone Hour, ozashiki Japan. NOTES:2nd of three compilations of the Tokuma Japan label for its 50th anniversary, selected by Konishi . NOTES:Concept album featuring various idol groups from T-Palette Records, with all covers of Pizzicato Five songs. The whole was supervised by Konishi. Saya Ichikawa yo ga aketara.
All the songs on the album were written and co-produced by the lead singer and co-founder of the band - Tola Szlagowska. The first single promoting the album was "Cute (I'm Not Cute)" which became a huge hit in Poland. Music from Before I'll Die was featured in a popular Polish TV series 39 i pół, aired on major TV station TVN, in which Tola played one of the key characters. Cute (I'm Not Cute)" - 3:08.
|1||Girl Girl Girl's Theme|
|2||The Dawn When The Sweet Potato Baker Comes Along|
|3||The Contemporary Cultural Course (The Birth Of Rap)|
|4||Take The Soul Train|
|7||I Wanna Be Charlie|
|8||Love In The Afternoon|
|10||Office Lady Blues|
|11||Sakurai Fan Club|
|14||Listen To The Screamings Of Kubota|
|16||Girl Girl Girl's Theme|
NotesEnglish track-by-track liner notes are screenprinted on the jewel case itself
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