Synonyms for kazumasa_oda or Related words with kazumasa_oda

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Examples of "kazumasa_oda"
Thelma Aoyama, Mika Nakashima, Kazumasa Oda, Ryuichi Kawamura, Hikaru Utada, Ayaka, Kobukuro, Tsuyoshi Domoto and many other Japanese artists have covered Ozaki's song, "I Love You."
Kazumasa Oda and Yasuhiro Suzuki began performing together in 1964 while the two were in junior high school. In 1969, they formed the band The Off Course, which they later renamed to Off Course. The pair worked as a duo for their first six albums. Oda primarily played keyboards and Suzuki played guitars, with the two sharing songwriting and vocals.
The second, "with" the exclamation mark, was a 107-minute remake of the first and was released on July 25, 1992. It featured direction and screenplay by Masaaki Osumi, music by Kazumasa Oda, art by Hiroyuki Okiura and Satoshi Kon, and background art by Hiroshi Ohno.
Off Course was one of Japan's most influential folk rock bands. It was formed in early 1969 by Kazumasa Oda (小田和正) and Yasuhiro Suzuki(鈴木康博). They broke up in 1989 after their February 26 farewell performance at Tokyo Dome.
Nathan East released his first ever debut self-titled solo album on March 25, 2014 on Yamaha Entertainment Group label with guest appearances by Michael McDonald, Sara Bareilles, Stevie Wonder, Eric Clapton, Kazumasa Oda, Bob James, Chuck Loeb, Ray Parker, Jr., David Paich and his 13-year-old son Noah East.
She has often recorded several collaboration singles with other musicians. In 1985, she released the song "Imadakara" with Kazumasa Oda and Kazuo Zaitsu. It was mostly composed by Oda and Matsutoya, arranged by Ryuichi Sakamoto and played by former Sadistic Mika Band members. At the live event performed in June of same year, having added Matsutoya for vocalist, the band reunited as "Sadistic Yuming Band" and performed this song.
A part of Ryoichi Hattori's Western-style music during that period remained in Western-style classical music of Japan and was transvalued in 2000s. His tribute album was released on October 17, 2007. Various musicians such as Hideaki Tokunaga (for "Wakare no Blues"), Kazumasa Oda (for "Suzhou Nocturne"), Masaharu Fukuyama (for "Tokyo Boogie-woogie") and Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra (for "Aoi Sanmyaku") took part in the album. The tribute album debuted at the number-ten position on the Japanese Oricon weekly album charts.
The discography of Japanese singer-songwriter Kazumasa Oda consists of nine studio albums, four compilation albums, two cover albums, three video albums, and thirty solo singles. Oda began his career as a performer of the folk-rock band Off Course. He began releasing solo material in 1985. His 1991 single "Oh! Yeah!" / "Love Story wa Totsuzen ni" topped the Oricon Singles Chart and was certified two-times million by the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ). When his 2016 compilation album "Ano Hi Ano Toki" topped the Oricon Albums Chart, Oda became the oldest artist in the country to achieve the accomplishment.
"Bokura no Machi de" was written entirely by folk singer-songwriter Kazumasa Oda for KAT-TUN. He was an active participant in the recording studio attending each member's recording session from start to finish while providing advice for each of them. The song was featured as the ending theme song to Kazuya Kamenashi and Koki Tanaka's romance drama, "Tatta Hitotsu no Koi", and as such, the lyrics correspond with the troubled relationship Kamenashi's character and his love interest (portrayed by Haruka Ayase) once shared.
The album debuted at number four in Japan with 45,000 copies sold, underneath B'z, Kazumasa Oda and Yui Aragaki. It was not as much of a long seller album as Ai's previous works, spending only two weeks in the top 20, and 12 weeks in the top 300. The album was certified gold by the RIAJ for 100,000 physical copies shipped to stores in its month of release. As of 2012, this album is Ai's fifth most successful release, and fourth most successful original album.
The song was covered as a part of a medley by Rie Tomosaka on the television show "The Yoru mo Hippare" on September 9, 2000. It was also performed by on her piano cover album "Piano Pure: Memory of 2000" and by Kazumasa Oda on the TBS music program "Christmas no Yakusoku 2002" on December 25, 2001. In 2009, it was covered by Marié Digby on her album "Second Home" and by Juju on her cover album "Request". In 2012, it was released as a single by , and appeared on her album "Woman: Love Song Covers".
On October 10, 2010, Juju held her third annual live to 5,000 people, at which she performed "Kono Yoru o Tomete yo" for the first time, as well as performing her cover of Off Course's "Kotoba ni Dekinai" in a duet with band member and author of the song, Kazumasa Oda. Further performances of the song include during her set at the "Marunouchi Bright Christmas 2010" tree lighting ceremony on November 11 to 2,000 spectators, television performances on "Music Japan" (October 31), "Wednesday J-Pop" (November 17), "Music Station" (November 26) and both "CDTV" and "Music Fair" on November 27. "Kono Yoru o Tomete yo" was one of the songs performed for an episode of MTV Japan's "Jammed", in which Juju held a surprise performance at an inter-school cultural exchange club meeting for middle school students in Hida, Gifu.
In 1978, Buchanan played a piano player in the Bette Midler film, "The Rose". Buchanan would also go on to tour with Midler in support of the film. After a short period in 1980 playing with the Maxus band, Buchanan decided to turn his attention to being a full-time session keyboardist. From that point on, his compositions and piano skills have earned him credits on albums by an impressive list of artists, including Bryan Adams, Christina Aguilera, Paul Anka, Philip Bailey, George Benson, Clint Black, Laura Branigan, Christopher Cross, Cher, Neil Diamond, Celine Dion, Bryan Duncan, Aretha Franklin, Chaka Khan, Amy Grant, Raven-Symoné, Kim Hill, Roger Hodgson, Amy Holland, Whitney Houston, Enrique Iglesias, Julio Iglesias, James Ingram, The Isley Brothers, Jewel, Elton John, Phil Keaggy, Stacy Lattisaw, Crystal Lewis, Kenny Loggins, The Manhattan Transfer, Luis Miguel, Aaron Neville, Stevie Nicks, Kazumasa Oda, Dolly Parton, Sam Phillips, Diana Ross, Richie Sambora, Dusty Springfield, Ringo Starr, Steely Dan as well as on soundtracks for such films as "Ghostbusters", "Aladdin," and others. Robbie makes his home in Vancouver,for three months of the year,and L. A. for the remainder.
The album's title is similarly named to the group's late-night talk show, "Cartoon KAT-TUN", which began airing two weeks before the album's release on Nippon Television. The album was recorded in Tokyo and Bennett Studios in Englewood, New Jersey, in the United States. Songwriters who presided over the group's debut album also contributed several tracks to the record. Ma-saya, who worked with KAT-TUN before, penned their second single, "Signal", and the third track, "Splash...". Kazumasa Oda, folk singer-songwriter formerly of Off Course, wrote their third single, "Bokura no Machi de", a tender love ballad. Yoji Kubota, a prolific lyricist for many of Japan's contemporary pop artists, wrote "Movin on..." with arranger Nao Tanaka and also penned "Heartbreak Club". The group's senpai (peer mentor), Takizawa Hideaki of Tackey & Tsubasa, composed the music for "My Angel, You are Angel". All tracks from the bonus CD are songs KAT-TUN had been performing in concerts and "Shōnen Club" since their junior days. The second track, "Peak", was used in a commercial for NTT DoCoMo's 903iTV series of cellphones in which Kazuya Kamenashi starred.
In the early 1970s, the emphasis shifted from "fōku"s simple songs with a single guitar accompaniment to more complex musical arrangements known as . Instead of social messages, the songs focused on more personal messages, such as love. In 1972, singer-songwriter Takuro Yoshida produced a hit song "Kekkon Shiyouyo" ("Let's marry") without decent television promotion, though fans of "fōku" music became very angry because his music seemed to be a mersh music. The highest-selling single of the year was the "enka" song by Shiro Miya and the Pinkara Trio, "Onna no Michi". The song eventually sold over 3.25 million copies. On December 1, 1973, Yōsui Inoue released the album "Kōri no Sekai", which topped the Oricon charts and remained in Top 10 for 113 weeks. It spent 13 consecutive weeks in the number-one spot, and eventually established a still-standing record of a total 35 weeks at the number-one position on the Oricon charts. Yumi Matsutoya, formerly known by her maiden name Yumi Arai, also became a notable singer-songwriter during this period In October 1975, she released a single "Ano Hi ni Kaeritai" ("I want to return to that day"), making it her first number-one single on the Oricon charts. Miyuki Nakajima, Amii Ozaki, and Junko Yagami were also popular singer-songwriters during this period. At first, only Yumi Matsutoya was commonly called a New Music artist, but the concept of Japanese "fōku" music changed around that time. In 1979, Chage and Aska made their debut, and folk band Off Course (with singer Kazumasa Oda) released a hit song "Sayonara" ("Good-bye").