Boku No Ongaku Jinsei

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Boku No Ongaku Jinsei
RYOICHI HATTORI
44.99
OUT OF STOCKSKU: FSD3023

Product Description

3 CD set of the works of Ryoichi Hattori (1907-1993), thought of as the originator of Japanese modern popular songs who laid the foundation for post-war enka. The word blues became known in Japan when in 1937 Ryoichi Hattori composed Wakare no Blues (Seperation Blues) for Noriko Awaya included here, as well as Hamako Watanabe & Noboru Kirishima's "Soshu Yakyoku (Suzhou Serenade)" (1940), Shizuko Kasagi's "Tokyo Boogie-Woogie" (1947), Hideko Takamine's "Ginza Kan Kan Musume (Ginza Street Girl)" (1949), Ichiro Fujiyama & Mitsue Nara's "Aoi Sanmyaku (Blue Mountain Range)" (1949) and many others.