Synonyms for akiko_yano or Related words with akiko_yano

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Examples of "akiko_yano"
All tracks are instrumental, except "I'll Be There", with lyrics by Akiko Yano.
In 2009, Will Lee and Chris Parker joined her to form the Akiko Yano Trio.
Yanokami (stylized as yanokami) was a Japanese band consisting of Akiko Yano and Rei Harakami.
The discography of a Japanese singer-songwriter Akiko Yano. The list includes materials recorded with other artists.
Her essays appear in "Wanting a Child" and "First Loves". One of her poems was used in a song on an album by Akiko Yano.
The theme song of the film is entitled , which was originally sung by Akiko Yano and Kyoshiro Imawano, and was first released in 1980.
The soundtrack was composed by Akiko Yano and it is characterised by very short piano themes. Classical pieces played by Czech Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra conducted by Mario Klemens.
Ki-Yo was musically influenced by Mariah Carey, Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, Akiko Yano, Elton John, Billy Joel, Noriyuki Makihara, Whitney Houston.
Miyazawa released several solo albums and composed songs for other musicians, including Akiko Yano, Kyōko Koizumi, and Rimi Natsukawa. He also started a new band named Ganga Zumba who released their first album "Um" in April 2007.
Johnson has performed worldwide with numerous other artists, including Rickie Lee Jones, Elton John, John Tesh, Akiko Yano and Lee Oskar. He is a music educator and instructor and serves as a clinician for Taylor Guitars.
All tracks arranged by YMO, except "Maps" & "Jiseiki Hirake Kokoro" by YMO with Kenji Omura, "Zai Kung Tong Boy" & "Tong Poo" by Akiko Yano and "Invention" by the Roland Corporation and Hideki Matsutake.
"Tokyograph" announced in 2007 that Arai entered a "serious relationship" with singer Miu Sakamoto, the eldest daughter of noted musician Ryuichi Sakamoto and singer-songwriter Akiko Yano, after meeting during a television talk show in 2006.
The game features a number of secondary characters that employ the vocal talents of such people as Miho Kanno and Ai Maeda, and music that was composed and performed by Keiichi Suzuki, with Akiko Yano composing the ending theme.
On August 21, performed the song live on the Fuji TV music show "Music Fair", and also collaborated with Ryoko Moriyama and Akiko Yano to perform covers of "Kono Hiroi Nohara Ippai" (Moriyama's debut single in 1967) and "Super Folk Song" a 1992 single by Yano.
The song has also been covered by artists including P.F. Sloan, Helen Reddy, Gloria Estefan, Percy Faith, Shelby Lynne, Lesley Gore, Akiko Yano, Daryl Braithwaite, Nicoletta, Tony Hadley in his album "Passing Strangers" (2006), and Claire Martin on her album "Perfect Alibi" (2000).
One for All is a 1999 album by Kazumi Watanabe. It was recorded live in New York, at the Bottom Line, on 31 March 1999 between 7:30 PM and 9:30 PM, according to the album's booklet. It features many famous musicians from all over the world such as Akiko Yano, John Patitucci and Larry Coryell.
It was popularized in the UK by the Alan Price Set under the title "Simon Smith and His Amazing Dancing Bear", where it reached #4 in 1967. The song was also covered by such diverse singers as Harry Nilsson, Morrissey, Harpers Bizarre, Bobby Short, Akiko Yano and the band Okkervil River. It appeared in the first episode of "The Muppet Show", sung by the character Scooter as Simon Smith, with Fozzie Bear as the dancing bear.
To date, Akiko has released 27 original albums, of which 3 albums were released by Nonesuch Records: "AKIKO YANO", a compilation album selected by Robert Hurwitz and John Zorn (1990), "LOVE LIFE" (1993) and "PIANO NIGHTLY" (1996). In October 2008, her 27th original album "akiko" was released. The album was produced by Grammy-Award winning producer, T Bone Burnett and recorded in Los Angeles. She was joined by guitarist Marc Ribot and percussionist Jay Bellerose.
Akiko Yano was born in Tokyo and raised in Aomori, Japan. She began playing piano at the age of three and demonstrated promising talent. When she was fifteen, Akiko moved to Tokyo on her own and entered Aoyama Gakuin High School where she pursued her musical career. She later began performing in jazz clubs where her skill at the piano brought her popularity among other musicians. Akiko joined a band with roots in Tin Pan Alley.
In 2015, the tribute album was created to commemorate Matsumoto's 45th anniversary as a lyricist. The album won a Planning Award at the 57th Japan Record Awards. A special two-day concert for the same anniversary was held at the Tokyo International Forum on August 21-22, 2015 featuring numerous artists such as Hiromi Ōta, Shinji Harada, Shoko Nakagawa, Yū Hayami, Junichi Inagaki, Akiko Yano. Matsumoto himself stepped behind the drum kit once again to perform songs with the surviving members of Happy End; Hosono and Shigeru Suzuki.