Natsukashi no Eiga Daizenshu -Shochiku Eiga Hen Vol.1 (2 CDs)

Natsukashi no Eiga Daizenshu -Shochiku Eiga Hen Vol.1 (2 CDs)
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Product Description

For some 90 years, Shochiku has been a major player in the Japanese film industry, innovating the first Japanese talkie and colour films. As a company, its history dates back even further as owners of kabuki theatres, a role it still performs today. This is a compilation album of hit songs from hit films performed by film stars and musicians from another legenday company of Japanese entertainment, Nippon Columbia, or Columbia Music Entertainment as it is now called.
Disc 1
1. Noboru Kirishima, Miss Columbia / Tabi no Yokaze (Aizen Katsura, 1938) 2. Noboru Kirishima, Miss Columbia / Aizen Yakyoku (Zoku Aizen Katsura, 1939) 3. Miss Columbia / Kanashiki Komoriuta (Aizen Katsura, 1938) 4. Noboru Kirishima, Miss Columbia / Aizen Zoushi (Aizen Kastura Kanketsu-hen, 1939) 5. Akira Matsudaira / Hitozuma Tsubaki (Hitozuma Tsubaki, 1936) 6. Akiko Futaba / Furuki Hanazono (Shunrai, 1939) 7. Noboru Kirishima, Michiko Namiki / Ringo no Uta (Soyokaze, 1945) 8. Michiko Namiki / Kawaii Sweet Pea (Hatachi no Seishun, 1946) 9. Ichiro Fujiyama / Asakusa no Uta (Asakusa no Bocchan, 1947) 10. Rokuro Tsuruta / Minato no Koiuta (Odoru Ryugujo, 1949) 11. Ichiro Fujiyama, Mariko Ando / Hana no Sugao (Hana no Sugao, 1949)
Disc 2
1. Noboru Kirishima, Mieko Takamine / Junjo Nijuso (Junjo Nijuso, 1939) 2. Mieko Takamine / Natsukashi no Blues (Natsukashi no Blues, 1948) 3. Mieko Takamine / Wakare no Tango (Wakare no Tango, 1949) 4. Mieko Takamine / Omoide no Bolero (Omoide no Bolero, 1950) 5. Mieko Takamine / Jonetsu no Rumba (Jonetsu no Rumba, 1951) 6. Mieko Takamine / Bokujo no Hanayome san (Jonetsu no Rumba, 1952) 7. Ichiro Fujiyama, Harue Wakahara / Koi wa Basha ni Notte (Dassen Jonetsu Musume, 1949) 8. Shizuko Kasagi / Peko chan Serenade (Peko chan to Densuke, 1950) 9. Chikage Awashima / Koi no Suiren (Josei Sanjuso, 1950) 10. Shigeko Orii / Carmen Junjo su (Carmen Junjo su, 1952)