Synonyms for saori_yuki or Related words with saori_yuki

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Examples of "saori_yuki"
1969 is a studio collaboration album by Pink Martini and Saori Yuki, released in 2011 through Heinz Records.
1. Saori Yuki and Sachiko Yasuda are counted as a duet. Solo appearances by either of the two would not count towards the duet count.
In Fall 2011 the band released two albums – "A Retrospective", a collection of the band’s most beloved songs spanning their 17-year career, which includes eight previously unreleased tracks, and "1969", an album of collaborations with legendary Japanese singer Saori Yuki. "1969" has been certified platinum in Japan, reaching #2 on the Japanese charts with the Japan Times raving “the love and respect Saori Yuki and Pink Martini have for the pop tradition shines through on every track.”
In Fall 2011 the band released two albums – A Retrospective (Pink Martini album), a collection of the band’s most beloved songs spanning their 17-year career, which includes eight previously unreleased tracks, and 1969 (Pink Martini album), an album of collaborations with legendary Japanese singer Saori Yuki. 1969 has been certified platinum in Japan, reaching #2 on the Japanese charts with the Japan Times raving “the love and respect Saori Yuki and Pink Martini have for the pop tradition shines through on every track.”
In 2009, she released her first original album since 1984, commemorating the 40th anniversary of her singing career as Saori Yuki. A collaboration album with Pink Martini titled "1969" was released in November 2011 in more than 20 countries, and quickly gained popularity in various places including the United States, Canada, Singapore and Greece.
Included with the album is a 48-page booklet of previously unseen Polaroid pictures taken by Thomas Lauderdale, along with postcards and posters from Pink Martini's history. A deluxe hardbound CD book version was also available for purchase. The group promoted the release of "A Retrospective" and "1969" by touring throughout the United States, including a holiday special in Portland, Oregon featuring Saori Yuki as part of their Holiday Tour.
The group released two albums in 2011: "1969" with Saori Yuki and "A Retrospective", a compilation album with tracks from previous studio albums plus unreleased material. "1969" includes covers of "Is That All There Is?", "Mas que Nada", and "Puff, the Magic Dragon". "A Retrospective" contains collaborations with Michael Feinstein ("How Long Will It Last?"), Georges Moustaki ("Ma Solitude"), and film director Gus Van Sant ("Moon River"), along with remixes by Johnny Dynell ("Una Notte a Napoli") and Hiroshi Wada ("Kikuchiyo to Mohshimasu").
It was announced at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles on New Year's Eve 2008 that Forbes was expecting her first child. In 2008, she recorded two songs in French, in duet with famous French singer-composer Georges Moustaki, for his album "Solitaire". On June 21, 2011, Pink Martini announced that Forbes was taking an extended leave of absence from performing for at least one year to undergo surgery on her vocal cords. Guest vocalists (one such was Storm Large) were scheduled to fill in for China during her absence. Forbes is thanked in the liner notes to "1969", the band's collaboration with Japanese vocalist Saori Yuki.
"A Retrospective" contains twenty-one tracks totaling more than seventy minutes in length, some of which were previously unreleased. Tracks originally appearing on the group's 1997 debut album "Sympathique" include Manuel Jiménez's "¿Donde Estas Yolanda?", "La Soledad", "Sympathique", "Que Sera Sera" by Ray Evans and Jay Livingston, and "Amado Mio". "Hang On Little Tomato", "Una Notte a Napoli", "Anna (El Negro Zumbón)", "Lilly" and "Aspettami" first appeared on "Hang On Little Tomato" (2004). The group's 2007 album "Hey Eugene!" included the song of the same name; similarly, "Splendor in the Grass" was the title track of the 2009 album of the same name. The samba-influenced version of "Auld Lang Syne" was the final track on Pink Martini's 2010 holiday album "Joy to the World". "1969", the collaborative album with Saori Yuki first released in October 2011, included Jorge Ben Jor's "Mas que Nada".
The Numata family consists of the father, Kōsuke (Juzo Itami); mother, Chikako (Saori Yuki); and two sons, Shinichi (Jun'ichi Tsujita) and Shigeyuki (Ichirōta Miyagawa). Shigeyuki is a junior high school student. He will soon be taking a high school entrance examination. Unlike his high school student brother, Shinichi, who lives up to the father's expectations, Shigeyuki’s grades are poor, and he is only interested in roller coasters. His father finds a private tutor, Yoshimoto (Yusaku Matsuda), for Shigeyuki and imposes all responsibilities for his exam on the tutor. Yoshimoto's behaviour is extremely strange, including kissing Shigeyuki and hitting him painfully hard. Even though Yoshimoto is a seventh year student of a third-rate university, Shigeyuki’s marks become better and better. Eventually he passes the exam for the high school. At a family celebration, Yoshimoto begins to riot, hitting people, pouring wine on their heads, and throwing spaghetti around wildly.