VA – Nippon Girls: Japanese Pop, Beat & Bossa Nova 1966-70 (2009) MP3 320 kbps

Artist: VA
Title: Nippon Girls: Japanese Pop, Beat & Bossa Nova 1966-70
Year Of Release: 2009
Label: Ace Records, BIGBEAT | CDWIKD 288
Genre: J-Pop, Bossa Nova
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 01:10:03
Total Size: 161 MB
WebSite: Album Preview

Tracklist:
01. Jun Mayuzumi: Black Room (3:58)
02. Mie Nakao: Sharock No. 1 (2:26)
03. Reiko Ohara: Peacock Baby (2:50)
04. Nana Kinomi & Leo Beats: Suki Sa Suki Sa Suki Sa (2:37)
05. Ayumi Ishida: Taiyou Wa Naite Iru (2:24)
06. Eiko Shuri: Ye-Ye (2:55)
07. Mieko Hirota: Nagisa No Tenshi (2:12)
08. Linda Yamamoto: Koi No Ban Ban (2:42)
09. J Girls: Kiiro No Sekai (3:00)
10. Mari Atsumi: Suki Yo Ai Shite (2:29)
11. Rumi Koyama: Watashi No Inori (2:37)
12. Linda Yamamoto: Komacchau Na (3:03)
13. The Cupids: Bazazz Tengoku (2:39)
14. Jun Mayuzumi: Doyou No Yoru Nanika Ga Okiru (2:42)
15. Miki Obata: Hatsu Koi No Letter (2:39)
16. Ryoko Moriyama: Ame Agari No Samba (3:13)
17. Kaoru Hibiki: Taiyou Ga Kowai No (3:04)
18. Mie Nakao: Uwasa No Futari (3:48)
19. Aki Izumi: Koi Wa Heart De (2:14)
20. Emy Jackson: Tenshi No Itazura (2:47)
21. Keiko Mari: Tsukikage No Rendezvous (3:02)
22. Margaret with Bunnies: Aeba Suki Suki (2:24)
23. Sayuri Yoshinaga with Schoolmates: Koi No Yorokobi (2:32)
24. Mieko Hirota: Kaze To Otoko No Ko (2:29)
25. Mika Nohira: Nikui Aitsu (3:14)
After our acclaimed GS I Love You volumes, it’s the girls turn, as we examine the distaff side of the country’s remarkable GS pop scene with Nippon Girls. The likes of Shonen Knife and The 5-6-7-8s have given more face to women in Japanese pop, but they draw on a tradition that stretches back to the wild 1960s ‘Group Sounds’ era, when the Land Of the Rising Sun was smitten with westernized rock ‘n’ roll, yet came to develop its own distinctive brand of the same. Like in the west, female Artistes tended to be solo, though their accompaniment often came from some of the top GS acts like the Bunnies. Major female stars of the period represented here include Miki Obata, Linda Yamamoto and Mie Nakao, the latter with the fuzztoned classic Sharock No 1. The sound was eclectic, drawing upon not only the full smorgasbord of 60s styles like groovy go-go, lounge-y bossa nova and wobbly pop-psych, but also traditional Japanese songwriting and themes. There’s dance floor fillers such as Ye-Ye and the usual fascinating interpretations of western material, such as Nana Kanomi’s take on the Zombies’ I Love You.

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