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Examples of "masayoshi_yamazaki"
Songwriting, arrangement - Yamazaki SusumuYoshi / song - Masayoshi Yamazaki (EMI Records)
Younha sang the song "Boku wa Koko ni Iru" on the tribute album to Masayoshi Yamazaki, "One More Time, One More Chance". (12.21.05)
The term was used for the song title of Masayoshi Yamazaki in the 2007 tribute album of Ryoichi Hattori. Hattori was a famous composer during the period.
He was a member of Fukumimi, a band formed by artists from the same label Office Augusta; it consisted of Shikao Suga, Masayoshi Yamazaki, Kyoko (杏子), and later on Chitose Hajime, COIL, Araki Yuko (mi-gu), Sukima Switch and others.
The ski resort is home to many concerts. A-Nation (2002), Dreams Come True (band) (2003), Glay (1998), Kaela Kimura (2005), Kome Kome Club (1992), L'Arc-en-Ciel (1999), Masayoshi Yamazaki (2000), Monkey Majik (2008), Morning Musume (2001), Mr. Children (1995), Sharam Q (1996), SMAP (2001), and Tube (band) (1994) held concerts in the resort.
"Orquesta de la Luz" collaborated with domestic artists (Yosui Inoue, Yumi Matsutoya, Kazufumi Yamazaki, Masayoshi Yamazaki, Maki Oguro, etc.), made international tours, event appearances, music provision, had a Tamori Cup appearance, made school performance for children, etc. with the "Latinization plan of Japan" as a theme, I continue to work actively to make Japan brighter and healthy."
On 29 March 2009 the distribution company Madman Entertainment announced plans to release "5 Centimetres Per Second" in Australia. The film's ending theme was "One More Time, One More Chance" by Masayoshi Yamazaki. The Blu-ray version of the film has been released on 18 April 2008 in Japan. The HD DVD version of the film has also been released on 18 April 2008, which is region-free by default.
"One More Time, One More Chance" is a single by Japanese singer Masayoshi Yamazaki that was released on January 22, 1997 on the Polydor Japan label. It peaked on the Oricon weekly singles chart at No. 18 and charted for 24 weeks. It is used as the ending theme song for the 2007 film "5 Centimeters Per Second". It was re-released on March 3 of that year under the label Nayutawave Records and reentered the chart at No. 52.
Recorded by Eminence in 2009 and released by CoMix Wave Films, this CD features adaptations of music composed by Tenmon for the four animated films directed to date by Makoto Shinkai. It includes three songs from "5 Centimeters Per Second" (including an instrumental version of "One More Time, One More Chance" by Masayoshi Yamazaki), six songs from "The Place Promised In Our Early Days", two songs from "Voices of a Distant Star", and two songs from "She and Her Cat".
"Romancing SaGa Minstrel Song: Minuet" is the single for "Minuet", the theme song of "Romancing SaGa Minstrel Song". The song was written, composed, and sung by Masayoshi Yamazaki. The album contains the original song, an acoustic version, and a karaoke version, all performed by Yamazaki. The album's 3 tracks cover a duration of 14:18. It was published by Universal Music on April 13, 2005 with the catalog number UPCH-5303, and also as a limited edition version with the catalog number of UPCH-9176, and included a screensaver and wallpapers for a computer.
On January 3, 1997, SMAP starred in a TV movie, "Boku ga Boku de Aru Tame ni". In February 1997, they released their single, "Dynamite", which peaked at #3 in the charts and became the band’s eighth best selling single. In May 1997, they released their twenty-fifth single, "Celery", which was a cover of a song first released by singer-songwriter Masayoshi Yamazaki in 1996. Although Yamazaki's original version did not turn out to be a success, the cover version by SMAP peaked at #2 and was certified double Platinum. The band became a catalyst for the recognition of the song, turning it into one of the most popular songs in Japan. On March 26, 1997, the band released its second compilation album, "Wool", which peaked at #2.
On March 7, 2007, Shimatani released her 6th studio album, "Prima Rosa", which peaked at number 16 on the Oricon charts. She also recorded a cover of High School Musical's "When There Was Me And You" (in Japanese entitled "Anata to Ita Toki"), which was included as part of the Disney film's Japanese soundtrack. On December 5, Shimatani released her first cover album, "", on which she only recorded covers originally sung by male artists, such as Anzen Chitai, Begin and Masayoshi Yamazaki. For the album she also made a new "crossover" version of "Amairo no Kami no Otome", which she performed live at that year's Kōhaku. This year she also played the lead role of Anne Shirley during the touring performance of "Anne of Green Gables" in Japan, and starred in the live action film of the "The Prince of Tennis" as the character of Sumire Ryuzaki.
In a September 2004 issue of Japanese magazine "Weekly Shōnen Jump", it was announced that Square, now Square Enix, would produce a full remake of "Romancing SaGa" for the PlayStation 2 that would take full advantage of the system and bring the game into the new console generation. During a panel at the 2004 Tokyo Game Show, Kawazu described the purpose of the remake as "a functional compilation of the whole SaGa series" that would combine elements from previous "SaGa" titles into one definitive game, including the "Sketch Motion" art style of "Unlimited Saga" and the ability to learn to skills in mid-battle first introduced in "Romancing SaGa 2". The game, titled "Romancing SaGa -Ministrel Song-" in Japan, features new, fully three-dimensional graphics, additional story elements, and a completely arranged soundtrack by original composer Kenji Ito, now joined by Tsuyoshi Sekito and Kenichiro Fukui. Square Enix hired singer-songwriter Masayoshi Yamazaki to perform the game's theme song "Minuet", which was also released a single in April 2005 in Japan by Universal Music. Voice acting is an additional new feature to the PlayStation 2 version, with spoken dialogue occurring during battles or certain story sequences. As a pre-order bonus for customers who reserved the game in Japan, "Romancing SaGa" was included with a compilation soundtrack featuring battle themes from previous "SaGa" titles called "Kenji Ito × SaGa Battle Music Collection +".
"Romancing SaGa Minstrel Song Original Soundtrack" is an arranged album of music from "Romancing SaGa Minstrel Song", the 2005 enhanced remake of "Romancing SaGa". The tracks were primarily composed by Kenji Ito, with one track contributed by Tsuyoshi Sekito and one track contributed by Nobuo Uematsu, and were arranged from those compositions by Ito and Sekito. When Ito arranged the music of "Romancing SaGa 1" for "Minstrel Song", he felt that because of all of the fans who had played the original game and the change in audio hardware from the Super Famicom to the PlayStation 2 he did not want to simply re-arrange the pieces, but instead tried to "re-make" the soundtrack into something which could stand on its own from the original soundtrack and the game. He spent two years completing the remake. The game's theme song, "Minuet", is sung by Masayoshi Yamazaki. The album's 103 tracks cover a duration of 3:47:32 across four discs. It was published by Universal Music on April 27, 2005 with the catalog numbers UPCH-1411~4.
In 1989, Mizuno and Yamashita met by chance while they were in the first grade; they were both put in charge of being , who are caretakers of the school's plants and animals. Yamashita later noted that he really wanted to be a "blackboard monitor". Yamashita and Mizuno formed their band on February 1, 1999, and began performing live on the street; not taking it too seriously, they named it "ikimono-gakari" after their shared experience in first grade. At first, they did covers of Masayoshi Yamazaki. In November 3, 1999, Yoshioka joined the band. In those days, Mizuno and Yamashita planned to make a group with a female lead vocalist, which would be an unusual sound for the street performances they were doing. Yoshioka was the younger sister of one of their classmates; she entered as the main singer and the band took on its present-day form. As they were then performing with three members, the band did a cover of Yuzu's single, .
The "Romancing SaGa" subseries of games consists of "Romancing SaGa", released in 1992 for the Super Famicom, "Romancing SaGa 2", released on the Super Famicom in 1993, and "Romancing SaGa 3", released on the Super Famicom in 1995. An enhanced remake of the first game was made for the PlayStation 2 in 1995 called "Romancing SaGa Minstrel Song"; this version was the only "Romancing SaGa" game to be published in North America. The series has sparked nine albums: a soundtrack album for each of the three games, an album of arrangements of "Romancing SaGa 1" music in a French musical style, three albums of orchestral arrangements of music from "Romancing SaGa 2", "3", and "Minstrel Song", a promotional soundtrack album for "Romancing SaGa 3", and a single for "Minuet", the theme song of "Minstrel Song". The music for all of the "Romancing SaGa" series was composed by Kenji Ito, while each arranged album was arranged by a different artist and "Minuet" was written, composed and sung by Masayoshi Yamazaki. Ito created the music of each soundtrack based on images from the games, though he never played the games themselves.