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Examples of "yumi_matsutoya"
All songs written and composed by Yumi Matsutoya, arranged by Masataka Matsutoya.
She was influenced by listening to Yumi Matsutoya during elementary school.
All songs has been written by Shiori Takei (expect track #5, originally written by Yumi Matsutoya).
The track "Yumin, Non Stop Disco" consists of distorted samples from the early work of singer Yumi Matsutoya.
The B-side of the single, , is an acoustic cover of the Yumi Matsutoya song of the same name.
"Yume no Naka de ~We are not alone, forever~" and "Toki no Canzone", a remake of the 1983 film's theme song, written and sung by Yumi Matsutoya.
As "Yumi Matsutoya", she had not released any compilation albums since 1977. Formerly, she didn't want to release compilation albums. However, in 1998, she released a double album compilation, "Neue Musik: Yumi Matsutoya Complete Best Vol. 1". It included 28 songs and two new songs recorded with the former members of Tin-Pan-Alley. In addition, several songs of this album were selected by votes by her fans. At this stage, it is her biggest-selling and final four million-selling album.
The game's ending theme, entitled "Mysterious Flower", was composed by Yumi Matsutoya. Her 2011 album "Road Show" features a music video for the song animated in the style of "Professor Layton", adding her into cutscenes from the game.
In 1985, the band reunited as the Sadistic Yuming Band. Tsugutoshi Goto returned on bass. In addition, Ryuichi Sakamoto played keyboards and Yumi Matsutoya, AKA Yuming, sang the female lead vocals.
Following materials are the official retrospective albums: "Yuming Brand Part I", "Album", "Super Best of Yumi Arai", "Neue Musik", "Sweet, bittersweet", "The Greatest Hits", "Seasons Colours", and "The Best of Yumi Matsutoya 40th Anniversary".
The A-side was used in a commercial promoting NTT's Denpo 115 service. Track 3, "Sotsugyō Shashin", was included on the 2009 Yumi Matsutoya tribute album "Shout At Yuming Rocks".
This song has also been covered by Yumi Matsutoya, Yūko Andō, Akina Nakamori and Ken Hirai, the latter version being used for the 2012 iteration of the book's story into a TV drama.
The song was the popular theme-song for the 1983 movie, inspired by the story, written by Yumi Matsutoya, and originally sung by the film's lead actress, then-rookie idol Tomoyo Harada. There are several different versions.
In 2005, Matsutoya formed the group called "Yumi Matsutoya and Friends of Love the Earth" with four East Asian artists; Dick Lee from Singapore, Lim Hyung Joo from South Korea, amin and Xu Ke from China.
After the marriage with Masataka Matsutoya on November 29, 1976, she had considered retirement. But eventually she decided to continue to work as a musician, and changed her stage name to her new family name, Yumi Matsutoya. In 1978, her memorable first album as Yumi Matsutoya, entitled "Benisuzume" was released. In the late 1970s and early 80s, she had released two albums every year. However, those albums hadn't succeeded the way others had when she was single. But she wrote several of her well-known songs during those years. Moreover, her albums reached the top 10 on the Oricon chart.
"Daiginjo", her compilation which was released in March 1996, became her last number one song on the albums chart, making her the oldest female artist to produce a number one album on the Japanese music chart at that time (the record was overtaken by Yumi Matsutoya and Mariya Takeuchi in later years).
"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."
SoulJa's second album, "Colorz", was preceded by two singles: feat. Misslim (a pseudonym for Yumi Matsutoya) and "One Time" feat. Issei & Jin Oki. The album did not do as well as his previous, only reaching No. 106 on Oricon's album charts. "Kinenbi" was a minor hit, charting in the top 20 on RIAJ's Chaku-uta chart for two months.
The discography of Yumi Matsutoya, a Japanese singer-songwriter, consists of thirty-seven studio albums and EPs, forty-one singles, two live albums, and compilation albums. It also denotes her early four albums and seven singles that were released under her former stage name Yumi Arai.
The original Japanese opening theme is , and the ending theme is , both performed by Yumi Matsutoya (credited as Yumi Arai). The original opening and ending theme songs were replaced by two new songs, "Soaring" and "I'm Gonna Fly", written and performed for the English dub by Sydney Forest.