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Examples of "hi_izuru_tokoro"
Personnel details were sourced from "Hi Izuru Tokoro"'s liner notes booklet.
Personnel details were sourced from "Hi Izuru Tokoro"'s liner notes booklet.
Personnel details were sourced from "Hi Izuru Tokoro"'s liner notes booklet.
In 1983, she won the Kodansha Manga Award for shōjo manga for "Hi Izuru Tokoro no Tenshi".
Personnel details were sourced from the liner notes booklets of "Irohanihoheto/Kodoku no Akatsuki" and "Hi Izuru Tokoro".
The song was released as a digital download on October 1, a month before the release of "Hi Izuru Tokoro". On October 24, Sheena performed "Arikitari na Onna" at "Music Station".
, also known by its French title "Une femme ordinaire", is a song by Japanese musician Ringo Sheena. It was the leading promotional song for her fifth album "Hi Izuru Tokoro" on October 1, 2014.
Her works normally have occult themes, although her most popular are "Arabesque", about Russian ballet, and "Hi Izuru Tokoro no Tenshi". According to Yoshihiro Yonezawa, Yamagishi's style is influenced by Art Nouveau.
"Hi Izuru Tokoro" is the first of Sheena's albums as a soloist or with Tokyo Jihen to come packaged with a visual media disc of music videos. Before this album, her solo music videos were released on a series of video albums entitled "Sexual Healing", released several months after each studio album.
"Ariamaru Tomi" is not contained in Shiina's 4th studio album "Sanmon Gossip" released on June 24, 2009. However, "SG~Superficial Gossip~" is contained in the vinyl record "Saturday Night Gossip" (released on August 26, 2009) and "Ariamaru Tomi" was eventually released in her album "Hi Izuru Tokoro" (released November 5, 2014).
On November 5, 2014, Ringo Sheena released her fifth studio album "Hi Izuru Tokoro", her first after parting with her band Tokyo Jihen. Four of the songs featured on the album were used as Japanese television drama theme songs: "Ariamaru Tomi" for "Smile" (2009), "Carnation" for the morning drama "Carnation" (2011), "Jiyū e Michizure" for "Ataru" (2012) and "Irohanihoheto" for "Kamo, Kyōto e Iku.: Shinise Ryokan no Okami Nikki".
In 2009 after the release of "Ariamari Tomi", Sheena noted that she had started mentioning sunlight more in her lyrics. When it came time to start producing "Hi Izuru Tokoro" in July 2014, this realisation inspired her to write about mainstream and "main street" society. Sheena wanted to write about events that happen in lit places, as well as those that happened in unlit backstreets. The title was inspired by this realisation. Sheena was inspired by Latin music early on in the production process.
37564 ("Mi Na Go Ro Shi", "Massacre") was a session band formed to perform the song "Nippon" (2014). In its initial line-up, it featured three guitarists: Sheena, session musician Yukio Nagoshi and Shinichi Ubukata of the bands Ellegarden and Nothing's Carved in Stone. In addition, the band featured Noriyasu "Kāsuke" Kawamura on drums, Hiroshi Watanabe on bass and Nobuhiko Nakayama programming the track. 37564 was reformed to record "Hi Izuru Tokoro" (2014), with Nagoshi, as well as two members of the band 100s, Hiroo Yamaguchi and Tom Tamada.
Many of the songs feature collaborations with well-known musicians. "Ariamaru Tomi" was composed alongside Barbee Boys songwriter Tomotaka Imamichi, "Jiyū e Michizure" featured Hiroyuki Hayashi of Polysics, Satoshi Ishihara of Going Under Ground and Makoto Sakurai of Dragon Ash performing the song, and "Nippon" featured Shinichi Ubukata of the bands Ellegarden and Nothing's Carved in Stone and studio musician Yukio Nagoshi, who had collaborated in 2009 with Sheena on her song "Yokyō". "Ima" is a song that Sheena had performed live during her "Tōtaikai" concerts in 2013, however the version that appears on the album is sung in Japanese. "Kodoku no Akatsuki" was sung at the "Tōtaikai" concerts in a new English language version, which appears on "Hi Izuru Tokoro".
The album is primarily composed of songs taken from Sheena's first two albums "Muzai Moratorium" (1999) and "Shōso Strip" (2000). Additionally, the album features "Stem (Daimyō Asobi-hen)", the preceding single from Sheena's third album "Kalk Samen Kuri no Hana" (2003), "Ryūkō", one of the promotional tracks from the album "Sanmon Gossip" (2009) which features rapper Mummy-D from the group Rhymester, "Ariamaru Tomi", a song released as a single in 2009 but later compiled onto Sheena's album "Hi Izuru Tokoro" (2014) and "Shijō no Jinsei", a song released as a single earlier in 2015. Of the twelve songs on the album, only two were not released as A-sides of physical singles: "Yokushitsu" and "Ryūkō".
Sheena created two session bands to work on the album's new tracks. The first of these was 893 ("Hachi Kyū San", "Yakuza"), a band formed to perform her Chotto Shita Reco Hatsu mini-tour in 2014 composed of musicians who had performed with her at her concerts in 2013. The band began by recording "Sakasa ni Kazoete" from her "Nippon" (2014) single. The second was 37564 ("Mi Na Go Ro Shi", "Massacre"), which formed to perform the song "Nippon" (2014). It originally featured three guitarists: Sheena, session musician Yukio Nagoshi and Shinichi Ubukata of the bands Ellegarden and Nothing's Carved in Stone. During recording for "Hi Izuru Tokoro" however, 37564 was made up of Nagoshi and two members of the band 100s, Hiroo Yamaguchi and Tom Tamada.
Shoichi Miyake of "Rockin' On Japan" felt the song's medium-tempo rock sound was reminiscent of songs from her debut era, such as "Mellow" (2000), and felt the song's chord progression, arrangement and earnestness was analogous to Radiohead's "Creep" (1992). Miyake noted that while the song was tailored for the drama "Marumaru-zuma" by Sheena, he felt it would become an essential part of her next original album, much like "Ariamaru Tomi" (2009), which had been written for the drama "Smile", had become integral to Sheena's fifth studio album "Hi Izuru Tokoro" (2014). Yūichi Hirayama of EMTG called the song an "extremely heavy medium rock with an overwhelming energetic vocal performance by Ringo", praising the breathy vocals of the second chorus. He noted that the song was larger-than-life, however felt that such a song fit well with an also larger-than-life drama.
After the release of Sheena's fifth studio album "Hi Izuru Tokoro" in November 2014, Sheena toured the album in November and December 2014, with Ringo Haku '14: Toshionna no Gyakushū, a series of concerts held for her fan-club in Saitama, Osaka and Fukuoka in Japan. Sheena quickly released a follow-up single after the album "Shijō no Jinsei" in January and February 2015, a song that was commissioned for the Nippon TV drama "Maru Maru Tsuma". During the same period, Sheena was asked by Japanese boyband SMAP to write a song for them to sing as the theme song for the drama "Zeni no Sensō". Called , the song was released as a physical single on the same day as "Shijō no Jinsei".