Synonyms for koshi_inaba or Related words with koshi_inaba

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Examples of "koshi_inaba"
All lyrics written by Koshi Inaba, all music composed by Tak Matsumoto alongside arrangement by Koshi Inaba, Tak Matsumoto, and Hideyuki Terachi.
All lyrics written by Koshi Inaba, all music composed by Tak Matsumoto alongside arrangement by Koshi Inaba, Tak Matsumoto, and Hideyuki Terachi.
"Akai Ito" by Koshi Inaba literally translating to "Red string"
All songs composed and arranged by Tak Matsumoto, lyrics written by Koshi Inaba
Salas released "Chubby Groove," a collaborative new album with Koshi Inaba, on January 18, 2017.
This album includes the participations of Koshi Inaba and Tak Matsumoto from the Japanese band B'z on "Asian Sky".
"Sahara" features Koshi Inaba (from B'z) on vocals. It was released on November 11, 2009 in Japan as Slash's first solo single.
The second opening theme is by Koshi Inaba used for episodes 804 - 816. (This is Koshi's second solo contribution to the series, after “Overture” was used as an ending theme in 2002.)
- Rafael Moreira - Los Angeles based performed as lead guitarist and backing vocalist with some of music's artists, including Paul Stanley (KISS), Don Felder (The Eagles), Steven Tyler (Aerosmith), P!nk, Christina Aguilera, Stevie Wonder, Dave Navarro, Natasha Bedingfield, Tommy Lee, Sheryl Crow, Backstreet Boys, New Kids on the Block, Melissa Etheridge and international stars Vasco Rossi, Utada and Koshi Inaba (B’z).
A memorial service for fans was held on June 27 in a funeral hall in Aoyama, Tokyo. On the previous day, a memorial service for the people concerned was held and Maki Ohguro and Tetsuro Oda etc. attended at this. At the same time, Tak Matsumoto and Koshi Inaba of B'z, Mai Kuraki and Shigeo Nagashima announced memorial comments for her.
Josh "Joshua Ray" Gooch (born January 16, 1991) is an American guitarist, songwriter and music producer. Joshua is the lead guitarist for Shania Twain. Joshua has also toured with Koshi Inaba of B'z and blues artist Beth Hart. He has recorded with producers Ross Hogarth, Don Gehman, and Johnny Sandlin. Joshua is managed by Robert M. Knight.
Boøwy became an especially influential rock band, whose members included singer Kyosuke Himuro and guitarist Tomoyasu Hotei. Their three albums reached number one in 1988, making them the first male artists to have three number-ones within a single year. Subsequent Japanese rock bands were modeled on this band. Guitarist Tak Matsumoto, who supported TM Network's concerts, formed rock duo B'z with singer Koshi Inaba in 1988.
This is a list of episodes for the anime television series Kekkaishi. The series was adapted by Sunrise from the manga "Kekkaishi" by Yellow Tanabe. It was directed by Kenji Kodama with character designs by Hirotoshi Takaya and music by Taku Iwasaki. The opening theme for all episodes is "Sha la la -Ayakashi NIGHT-" by Saeka Uura. There are four different ending themes: by Koshi Inaba (episodes 1–15, 38, 40, 48, 52), by Aiko Kitahara (episodes 16–23, 39, 44, 51), by Saeka Uura (episodes 24–30, 41, 46, 49), and by Saeka Uura (episodes 31–37, 42-43, 45, 47, 50).
Singing Bird is the fifth solo studio album by Japanese singer Koshi Inaba, of B'z fame. It was released by Vermillion Records on May 21, 2014 in Japan. The album debuted at #1 at the Japanese Oricon weekly album charts and at #2 at the "Billboard Japan" Top Albums chart. besides reaching 39# at Oricon's 2014 year-end chart The song "Oh My Love" received a video and was used at a commercial of a new camera by Olympus. The video featured Japanese football player Keisuke Honda.
The episodes use six pieces of theme music: two opening themes and four ending themes. The first opening theme is "I can't stop my love for you♥" by Rina Aiuchi until episode 305. The second opening is by Mai Kuraki for the rest of the season. The first ending theme is until episode 287. The second ending theme is by Azumi Uehara until episode 299. The third ending theme is "Overture" by Koshi Inaba until episode 306. The fourth ending theme is by Zard for the rest of the season.
To date, Gaalaas has released 4 studio albums as a solo artist, "Primer" (2003), "Hinge" (2006), "Ascend" (2013), and "Bitter Suites From The Red Room" (2015), issued by Zain/Big M.F. in Japan and on his own Junk Man label in the rest of the world. Entirely self-produced, Gaalaas handles drums, lead vocals, guitars, bass, keyboards, programming and songwriting duties on all his records. B'z vocalist Koshi Inaba makes a guest appearance on "Primer", which includes a cover of the B'z song, "Hadashi no Megami", for which Gaalaas also shot a promotional video. Canadian session musician Cory Churko contributes guitar to the songs "Brotherhood" and "Wish You Well" on "Ascend".
By the time she was six, Uura moved from Kagoshima Prefecture to Chiba Prefecture. She spent her high school and college years in Kansai. Uura debuted her music career with the single "Tears: Namida wa Misetakunai" in the 27 December 2006. In the 14 March 2007 she released the single "Sha la la –Ayakashi Night–", produced by B'z member Koshi Inaba, which became a hit. Uura became the first Being artist to carry out promotional activities in Myspace. In the 1 February 2011 she moved to Universal Music Japan and changed her name to Cherie. She changed to her original name later in the 30 August 2012.
The song's music video was shot in New York City. The video's plot revolves around lead singer Koshi Inaba bicycling all over New York City and constantly running into an African-American woman who he worked out with at a dance studio. He eventually gets to dance with her again at the end of the video. There are also clips of Inaba and guitarist Matsumoto performing the song on the streets. She appears in all of the "Film Risky" videos shot in New York, but this is the only video in which she is prominent.
The "With a Bang" story arc was aired on the Case Closed anime series as episode 304 which was broadcast by Nippon Television Network System on January 6, 2003. The opening theme music was "I can't stop my love for you♥" by Rina Aiuchi and the ending theme is "Overture" by Koshi Inaba. The episode was directed by , , and ; Masato Sato also produced the episode. The animation were directed by Mashu Itō and who were assisted by . The episode was released in the fifth DVD volume of season 11.
"Kekkaishi" was adapted by Sunrise as an anime television series directed by Kenji Kodama with character designs by Hirotoshi Takaya and music by Taku Iwasaki. The opening theme for all episodes is by Saeka Uura. There are four different ending themes: by Koshi Inaba (episodes 1–15, 38, 40, 48, 52), by Aiko Kitahara (episodes 16–23, 39, 44, 51), by Uura (episodes 24–30, 41, 46, 49), and by Uura (episodes 31–37, 42–43, 45, 47, 50). The series was broadcast for 52 episodes in Japan between 16 October 2006 and 12 February 2008 on Nippon Television, Yomiuri TV, and Nippon Television Network System, in the "golden" timeslot of 7 p.m. Monday.