Synonyms for yōko_nagayama or Related words with yōko_nagayama

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Examples of "yōko_nagayama"
In 1988, Japanese singer Yōko Nagayama covered the song, "反逆のヒーロー".
Godai appeared live on stage at a special performance "Koi densetsu: Ai sureba koso" by Yōko Nagayama.
Ishinoda wrote two songs for the serialised drama "": which was released as a single by Hiromi Go in 2001, and performed by Yōko Nagayama.
Yōko Nagayama (長山洋子 "Nagayama Yōko"; born January 13, 1968) is a Japanese "enka" singer, former J-pop singer, and actress.
A Japanese adaptation "Futari no Sekai" (ふたりの世界) was recorded by Yōko Nagayama on her album Tokyo Menu (トーキョー・メニュー). A Spanish adaptation "Ahora estoy solo" was recorded by Los Hitters.
In most series, there was also a woman who accompanied the three. The first was Okei, portrayed by Kaoru Sugita. Next came Osen (Minako Fujishiro); then Ochō (Yōko Nagayama). They were followed by Okaru (Wakako Shimazaki) and finally Oryō (Machi Katsuragi).
"Give Me Up" is a song by Michael Fortunati released as a single in 1986. A pioneering work of Eurobeat, it has since been recorded by several Japanese artists including BaBe, Beni Arashiro, Melon Kinenbi, Yōko Nagayama, and Nami Tamaki. A remix was featured in the 2006 arcade game "Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova", with the original being featured in test versions of the 2008 arcade game "UBeat".