Synonyms for angela_aki or Related words with angela_aki

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Examples of "angela_aki"
In 2012, Angela Aki sang the song using both English and Japanese lyrics.
Songbook is a cover album released by Angela Aki on January 11, 2012.
Life is the fourth full studio album by Angela Aki released on September 8, 2010.
"" is the eleventh single by Japanese singer Angela Aki, released on June 8, 2011.
Aki's wife is Italian-American, and his daughter is Angela Aki.
Angela Aki covered the song for the B-Side of her single "", which was released in 2008.
"" is the seventh single by Japanese singer Angela Aki. It was released on July 11, 2007. It was featured as the "LISMO" CM song.
Singer-songwriter Hirotaka Mori sung the song as a duet with Angela Aki at his October 20, 2013 "Jam Addict" concert at Minami Aoyama Mandala in Tokyo.
"Home" is the first major label single by Japanese singer Angela Aki. It was released on September 14, 2005, and reached number 38 on the Oricon Charts.
Tapestry of Songs: The Best of Angela Aki is a greatest hits album by Japanese singer-songwriter Angela Aki, released on March 5, 2014. The album compiles Aki's singles released from 2005, until her final single "Yume no Owari, Ai no Hajimari" in 2013 before her hiatus. The album was also released in a special two disc version, featuring additional songs Aki considered her favorites.
Blue is the seventh studio album by Angela Aki and was released on Sony Music Japan. Available in two editions, regular and limited, both versions include a signed postcard.
In 2012, Crystal Kay recorded a cover of "Eyes on Me" for the ""FINAL FANTASY Orchestra Album"", becoming the latest in a series of notable artists to cover the song, including Angela Aki, MayBee and Kanon.
In 2005 bilingual singer Angela Aki of Japanese and Italian-American descent released a version of "We're All Alone" with her own Japanese lyrics retaining one verse in the original English.
"" is the tenth single by Japanese singer Angela Aki, released on April 14, 2010. It varies in style from her previous singles, being the first to feature Aki playing guitar, rather than her normal prominent piano arrangements.
Play! premiered on May 27, 2006 at the Rosemont Theater in Rosemont, Illinois. The premiere show featured performances by Koji Kondo, Angela Aki, and Akira Yamaoka, and composers Nobuo Uematsu, Yasunori Mitsuda, Yuzo Koshiro and Jeremy Soule were in attendance.
miwa considers her favorite Western musicians to be Sheryl Crow, Deep Purple, Carole King, Avril Lavigne and Taylor Swift. Her favorite Japanese musicians are Aiko, Angela Aki, Radwimps and Yuki.
"This Love" is the fourth single by Japanese singer Angela Aki, and was the third ending theme song of "Blood+". The single was released on May 31, 2006, and made its debut on the Oricon Weekly Charts at number six.
Aki embarked on "Angela Aki Concert Tour 2014 Tapestry of Songs: The Best of Angela Aki", a 44 date farewell tour to support the album. The tour began in Chiba on April 5, and will end on August 4 at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo. She managed to tour 37 of the 47 Prefectures of Japan: stopping three times in Hokkaido (Asahikawa, Sapporo and Nakashibetsu), twice in Hyōgo (Tatsuno and Kobe), twice in Gifu (Tajimi and Takayama, twice in Aichi (Kariya and Nagoya) and three times in Osaka.
Today is the second studio album from Angela Aki. This album was released in two different versions. A limited edition CD+DVD version and a CD only version. It has topped the Oricon Top 200 Weekly chart and has so far sold over 200,000 copies.
The original song was also covered by Angela Aki for release on her 2006 single ""Kokoro no Senshi"", with minor grammatical changes. In an Excite Japan interview, Aki reports composer Nobuo Uematsu as saying her version 'shed light on "Eyes on Me"'.