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Examples of "tatsuro_yamashita"
All songs written and composed by Tatsuro Yamashita, except where indicated
All songs composed by Tatsuro Yamashita, lyrics written by Minako Yoshida
On the Street Corner 1 is a 1980 album by Tatsuro Yamashita.
Theme songs were "Wouldn't It Be Nice" by The Beach Boys and by Tatsuro Yamashita
Her husband is the musician Tatsuro Yamashita, with whom she has one daughter.
All songs written and composed by Tatsuro Yamashita, except where noted
Ride On Time is the fifth studio album by Japanese singer-songwriter Tatsuro Yamashita, released in September 1980.
Artisan is the studio album recorded by a Japanese singer-songwriter Tatsuro Yamashita. It was released in June 1991, led by a string of hit singles he produced.
He produced the rock band Sugar Babe, and continued to produce its members Taeko Onuki and Tatsuro Yamashita after the group's break up. Their only album "Songs" was the first release on Ohtaki's record label Niagara Records in 1975.
"Their Hearts Were Full of Spring" is a song written by Bobby Troup. It has been recorded by many artists including Jimmie Rodgers, the Four Freshmen, the Lettermen, the Beach Boys, Sue Raney, the Cyrkle, and Tatsuro Yamashita.
The original Festival Hall had great acoustic characteristics, loved by many renowned musicians, a number of whom such as Tatsuro Yamashita had expressed strong concerns about the reconstruction of the Hall.
Big Wave is the soundtrack album for the motion picture of the same name, produced and recorded by Japanese singer-songwriter Tatsuro Yamashita. It was released in June 1984.
Melodies is the studio album recorded by a Japanese singer-songwriter Tatsuro Yamashita, released in June 1983. It was his first LP issued under the Moon Label which was distributed by the Alfa Records at the time.
On December 16, 1985, a live-action TV special entitled was aired as part of Fuji Television's "Monday Dramaland". The series revolves around Iyami and Chibita competing to be the best chef at the Matsuno's restaurant in order to appeal to a food critique. The theme song was performed by Tatsuro Yamashita.
Tatsuro Yamashita and his wife Mariya Takeuchi became popular in this period. Yamashita's 1983 song "Christmas Eve" reached number one on the Oricon weekly single charts on December 25, 1989. In 1989, Ryuichi Sakamoto won the Best Album of Original Instrumental Background Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television for his contribution to the movie "The Last Emperor".
Spector's influence is also felt in other areas of the world, especially Japan. City pop musicians Eiichi Ohtaki and Tatsuro Yamashita have both had numerous hit records heavily influenced by Spector and the Wall of Sound. Titular Shibuya-kei group Pizzicato Five also exuded the Wall of Sound in their early albums and singles.
A follow-up single, "Started Out Dancing, Ended Up Making Love" stalled at #73, marking O'Day's second and last appearance on the US charts. Three years later, in March 1980, a song called "Skinny Girls" reached #11 on the Australian Singles Chart. In 1981, O'Day co-wrote "Your Eyes" with singer-songwriter Tatsuro Yamashita, which became a hit in Japan.
It has been described to have a "surging, elegant Burt Bacharach-inspired string and horn arrangement and Campbell's forlorn Roy Orbison-like vocal." It's also been said that the arrangement later inspired the work of Jimmy Webb. The song was later covered by a wide variety of artists including Jules Shear, Lambchop, Louis Phillipe, Wondermints, and Tatsuro Yamashita.
Since its debut "Amapola" has been a favorite recording of opera tenors including Tito Schipa (1926), Jan Peerce (1950), Alfredo Kraus (1959) and Luigi Alva (1963). Tatsuro Yamashita covered Amapola in his 1986 a cappella album "On The Street Corner 2". In 1990 "Amapola" was sung during the first Three Tenors concert in Rome.
Their debut album, entitled simply "First", was released in June 1975. The album went straight to the pinnacle on the Japanese chart, though it did not contain a successful hit single. The album features then-unknown Tatsuro Yamashita, Junko Yamamoto (later known as a lead vocalist of Hi-Fi Set), and Minako Yoshida on background vocals.