Japanese Popular Music - 1949-50 - Post War Vol. 2

Japanese Popular Music - 1949-50 - Post War Vol. 2
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Product Description

The most important composer of this period was Ryoichi Hattori who wrote 'Shamisen Boogie-Woogie' a novelty song with the boogie rhythm ground out on a shamisen. The greatest singer of this era was Hibari Misora, who debuted at age 12 in 1949. This CD contains her earliest hits.

Disc 1:
1. Ichiro Fujiyama & Mitsue Nara / Aoi Sanmyaku 2. Akiko Futaba / Koi no Amaryllis 3. Shoko Kikuchi / Hahabeniume no Uta 4. Itsuro Takeyama & Ryoko Fujiwara / Tsuki yori no Shisha 5. Bin Takakura / Koi no Madoros 6. Haruo Oka / Tokyo no Aoi Sora 7. Ichimaru / Shamisen Boogie Woogie 8. Mieko Takamine / Wakare no Tango 9. Toshiro Oumi & Kozo Nakamura / Khabarovsk Kouta 10. Yoshio Tabata / Kayoibune 11. Rokuro Tsuruta / Minato no Koiuta 12. Isao Hayashi / Reijinso no Uta 13. Minoru Obata / Bara o Meshimase 14. Itsuro Takeyama / Atsuki Namida o 15. Ichiro Fujiyama / Nagasaki no Kane 16. Hideko Takamine / Ginza Kan Kan Musume 17. Yoshio Tabata / Genkai Blues 18. Haruo Oka / Otoko no Namida 19. Itsuro Takeyama / Nagare no Funauta 20. Haruo Oka / Anko Kawaiya

Disc 2:
1. Hibari Misora / Kanashiki Kuchibue 2. Minoru Obata / Hoshikage no Komichi 3. Machiko Sanjo / Karisome no Koi 4. Yoshiko Yamaguchi / Ye Rai Shang 5. Hisao Ito / Iyomante no Yoru 6. Teruko Tsuji / Sakuragai no Uta 7. Akiko Futaba / Mizuiro no Waltz 8. Tsuzuko Sugawara / Akogare no Sumu Machi 9. Ichiro Fujiyama / Yama no Kanatani 10. Mariko Ike / Button to Ribbon 11. Shizuko Kasagi / Kaimono Boogie 12. Mitsue Nara / Akai Kutsu no Tango 13. Yoko Kuroki / Besame Mucho 14. Hibari Misora / Tokyo Kid 15. Isao Hayashi / Dance Party no Yoru 16. Hamako Watanabe & Kiyoshi Utsumi / Hi no Tori 17. Hamako Watanabe / Kuwaminato no China-gai 18. Atsuro Okamoto / Shiroi Hana no Sakukoro 19. Mieko Takamin / Jonetsu no Rumba 20. Hibari Misora / Echigojishi no Uta