Synonyms for yū_aku or Related words with yū_aku

hiroshi_itsuki              kiyoshi_hikawa              toshihiko_tahara              takashi_matsumoto              kyōko_koizumi              kenji_sawada              yōsui_inoue              makaino              mizumori              kazumasa_oda              masahiko_kondō              seiko_matsuda              yuki_saito              chisato_moritaka              shinichi_mori              asaoka              takashi_hosokawa              sayuri_ishikawa              hideaki_tokunaga              hideki_saijo              okui              kobukuro              hibari_misora              kyoko_koizumi              fuyumi_sakamoto              yūzō_kayama              hiromi_iwasaki              shiori_takei              hi_izuru_tokoro              shikao_suga              kazuhiro_hara              anata_wo              tsuyoshi_nagabuchi              saburō_kitajima              ayako_fuji              keiichi_oku              onuki              ootani              porno_graffitti              tatsuya_ueda              shouta_aoi              bokura_wa              wasurenai              nishino              toshirō              hidekazu              tetsurō_oda              naritai              takuro_yoshida              anna_tsuchiya             



Examples of "yū_aku"
All tracks composed by Shunichi Tokura, lyrics written by Aku.
All tracks composed by Shunichi Tokura, lyrics written by Aku.
All tracks composed by Shunichi Tokura, lyrics written by Aku.
All tracks composed by Shunichi Tokura, lyrics written by Aku.
All tracks composed by Shunichi Tokura, lyrics written by Aku.
All tracks composed by Shunichi Tokura, lyrics written by Aku.
All tracks composed by Shunichi Tokura, lyrics written by Aku.
All tracks composed by Shunichi Tokura, lyrics written by Aku.
All tracks composed by Shunichi Tokura, lyrics written by Aku.
All tracks composed by Shunichi Tokura, lyrics written by Aku.
All tracks composed by Shunichi Tokura, lyrics written by Aku.
All tracks composed by Shunichi Tokura, lyrics written by Aku.
All tracks composed by Shunichi Tokura, lyrics written by Aku.
All tracks composed by Shunichi Tokura, lyrics written by Aku. B-side arranged by Paul Fauerso.
"Carmen '77" (カルメン'77 "Karumen '77") is Pink Lady's third single release in Japan. The song was written by Aku and Shunichi Tokura, and was released on March 10, 1977. The single sold in excess of 1,100,000 copies, and reached the number-one position on the Oricon charts in April 1977, and maintained its place at number one for five weeks.
Cover You is the first cover and tribute album by the J-pop idol group Morning Musume, released on November 26, 2008. The album features songs by Aku for the defunct duo Pink Lady and other musicians. The first-press edition comes in a three-spined case with an alternate cover.
In 1972 Midori Kinouchi was the runner up in the NTV program ""Miss Teen Contest"". She debuted as a singer in May, 1974 with the song ""Mezame"" (Wake Up), which was written by famous Japanese lyricist Aku. She debuted as an actress in 1976 in the drama ""Watashi Mo Moeiteru"" and starred in the 1977 TV series ""Keiji Inu Curl"".
"S.O.S." is a song Aku and Shunichi Tokura wrote for Japanese idol duo Pink Lady. It was released as the group's second single in November 1976, and became their first number-one hit on the Japanese Oricon singles chart in the following year.
He often teamed up with lyricist Aku and orchestrator Junichi Makaino, and became the top-10 hit on the Japanese Oricon chart. Seven of his compositions has been topped on the Japanese hit parade, including "Hitori ja Nai no" by Mari Amachi, "Chiisana Koi no Monogatari" by Agnes Chan, and "Hajimete no Dekigoto" by Junko Sakurada. His most successful song is "Seishun Jidai" released in 1976, his sole hit as a performer, which has sold more than a million copies.
Shizue Abe debuted as an idol with the song ""Coffee Shop De"" (At The Coffee Shop) in May 1973. It was written by famous Japanese lyricist Aku. The song sold over 280,000 copies and rose to the #9 position on the Oricon chart list. It earned her a nomination for ""Best Newcomer of the Year"" at the 15th Japan Record Awards, but was beaten by Junko Sakurada.