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Re: Oldskool Japanese Music Thread (1920's-1960's)
« Reply #40 on: April 27, 2009, 04:02:09 PM »
As I've looked around I've noticed a few sites that
have LOADS of downloadable Enka.  You may of
course have heard of several of these artists, but
if anyone asks me, these names come to mind.
Thanks for the recommendations! I'm gonna have to check out all those artists as I haven't heard their music before. I don't have any old Japanese music besides some "Pinky Violence" movie music so I definitely need to add some kick ass enka to my music library :)

Speaking of blogs with juicy mp3s, I found the following site yesterday.
Its not Enka, and aside from TT's songs these are 60s music tracks
(from China, Taiwan?) and well worth a listen!  Looks to be about
8 tracks   :twothumbs
Thanks for the link! By the way, if you're interested in Chinese music from the 1930s then I'd recommend you to check this out: http://forum.jphip.com/index.php?topic=18889.0

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Re: Oldskool Japanese Music Thread (1920's-1960's)
« Reply #41 on: April 27, 2009, 04:11:59 PM »
Thanks for the link Masa,

But I meant to ask you regarding this (and your Keiko Fuji link)
if I need to have a Megaupload subscription in order to
download?

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Re: Oldskool Japanese Music Thread (1920's-1960's)
« Reply #42 on: April 27, 2009, 04:19:45 PM »
But I meant to ask you regarding this (and your Keiko Fuji link)
if I need to have a Megaupload subscription in order to
download?
No, you don't need a subscription. Just enter the code they give you and wait for 45 seconds :)
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Re: Oldskool Japanese Music Thread (1920's-1960's)
« Reply #43 on: April 29, 2009, 02:01:52 AM »
A collection of TV & Radio themes from the 50's - 70's.
This is where I first heard Suizenji Kiyoko (Arigatou no Uta, Disc 2, track 14) and then played it on repeat for an hour because I liked it so much.

Showa Era TV & Radio Theme Song Collection

DISC 1

01. NHK Radio "Mukou San Ken Ryoudonari" - Mukou San Ken Ryoudonari (Ikina Tsubome mo) / Sakurai Taeko
02. NHK Radio "Kane no Naru Oka" - Dongari Boushi / Kawada Masako
03. "Chakkari Fujin to Ukkari Fujin" - Chakkari Fujin to Ukkari Fujin / Kitano Reiko
04. NHK Radio "Kimi no Na wa" - Kimi no Na wa / Orii Shigeko
05. NHK Radio "Shin Shokoku Monogatari - Fuefuki Douji" - Fuefuki Douji / Yamada Yoshiko
06. NHK Radio "Shin Shokoku Monogatari - Kurenai Kujaku" - Kurenai Kujaku no Uta / Suwa Kayoko
07. NHK Radio "Yan Bou, Nin Bou, Ton Bou" - Yan Bou, Nin Bou, Ton Bou / Satomi Kyouko, Yokoyama Michino, Kuroyanagi Tetsuko
08. "Kaigetsu Kurozukin" - Kaigetsu Kurozukin / Itou Hisao
09. "Nisshin Myouji Tobidasu" no Theme / Funaki Kazuo
10. NHK "Chirorin Mura to Kurumi no Ki" - Chirorin Mura to Kurumi no Ki / Satomi Kyouko, Yokoyama Michino, Kuroyanagi Tetsuko
11. "Juunen Tanteidan" - Juunen Tanteidan no Uta / Miyashita
12. NHK "Anba Tengu" - Anba Tengu no Uta / Narumi Hideo
13. NHK "Owarai Sanningumi" - Owarai Sanningumi / Sanyuutei Kokinba
14. "Aka Dou Suzunosuke" - Aka Dou Suzunosuke / Kawano Yoshiyuki
15. NHK Radio "Icchoume Ichibanchi" - Icchoume Ichibanchi / Saitou Ryuuji
16. "Dial Number 110" - Dial Number 110 / Ikeda Seigi
17. NHK "Bus Doori Ura" - Bus Doori Ura / Dark Ducks
18. NHK "Jikenkisha" no Theme / Ogura Rou
19. "The Hit Parade" - The Hit Parade / Shutsuensha ["Shutsuensha" just means performer/actor]
20. NHK "Home Run Kyoushitsu" - Home Run Kyoushitsu / Koyanagi Tetsu
21. NHK "Yume de Aimashou" - Yume de Aimashou / Sakamoto Sumiko
22. "Shabondama Holiday" - Shabondama Holiday / The Peanuts
23. "Nana Nin no Keiji" - Nana Nin no Keiji / Victor Orchestra
24. "Tokubetsuki Dou Sousa Tai" no Theme - NET TV "Tokubetsuki Dou Sousa Tai "Theme Song / Makino Yutaka
25. "Tetsudou Kouan 36 Gou" no Theme - NET TV "Tetsudou Kouan 36 Gou" Theme Song / Mizumo Hideo

DISC 2

01. "Zuuzuushii Yakko" - Zuuzuushii Yakko / Tani Kei
02. NHK TV Taiga Dorama "Akou Roushi" no Theme / Akutagawa Yasushi
03. "The Guard Man" - The Guard Man no Theme / Original Soundtrack
04. "11P.M." no Theme (Narration Iru) / Inomata Mou
05. "Ultra Q" - Dai Kaijuu no Uta / Misuzu Jidou Gasshoudan
06. "Hyouten" no Theme / Yamamoto Naozumi
07. "Wakamonotachi" - Wakamonotachi~Sora ni Mata Hi ga Noboru Toki~ / The Broadside Four
08. NHK Renzou TV Shousetsu "Ohanahan" no Theme / Chamber Sinfonietto
09. "Zenigata Heiji" - Zenigata Heiji / Mizumo Hideo
10. "Magma Taishi" - Magma Taishi / Call Tokyo
11. "Akuma-kun" - Akuma-kun / Vocal Shop
12. "Juudou Icchokusen" - Juudou Icchokusen / Sakuragi Kenichi
13. "Jikan desu yo" no Theme / Yamashita
14. "Arigatou" - Arigatou no Uta / Suizenji Kiyoko
15. "Akaki Chi no Eleven" - Akaki Chi no Eleven / Four Mates
16. "Daikon no Hana" no Theme / Tomita Isao
17. "Isshin Tasuke" - Isshin Tasuke / Sugi Ryoutarou
18. NHK TV Taiga Dorama "Tenka Gomen" no Theme / Yamamoto Naozumi
19. "Kokarashi Monjirou" - Dareka ga Kaze no Naka de / Kamijou Tsunehiko
20. "Fuyumono Go" - Fuyumono Go / Four Clovers
21. "Doterai Otoko(Yatsu)" - Doterai Otoko / Saigou Teruhiko
22. "Hijou Licence" - Showa Blues / Amachi Shigeru
23. "G Men’75" no Theme / Super Orchestra
24. "Zenryaku Ofukuro-Sama" no Theme / Inoue Band


DISC 1 http://www.mediafire.com/?zwyyemwqjdx (192kbps, 84.6mb)
DISC 2 http://www.mediafire.com/?kaeifj23l9njjg6 (192kbps, 88.7mb) [NEW LINK 1/1/2011]

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Re: Oldskool Japanese Music Thread (1920's-1960's)
« Reply #44 on: April 30, 2009, 01:34:22 AM »
From the 1950's.  I don't have Vol.1.


Shugyoku no Futokoro Mero Ketteiban #2
(Gems of Old Hit Songs Collection Vol.2)

1. Kimi no Na wa / Orii Shigeko
2. Akagi no Komoriuta / Shouji Tarou
3. Ringo no Uta / Namiki Michiko
4. Iyomante no Yoru / Itou Hisao
5. Sendou Kawai ya / Otomaru
6. Kage o Shitaite / Fujiyama Ichirou
7. Douse Hirotta Koi da Mono / Shodai Columbia Rose
8. Ooedo Shuuse Kouta / Takada Koukichi
1. Junjou Nijuusou / Kirishima Noboru,Takamine Mieko
2. Juudai no Koi yo Sayounara / Kobe Ichirou
3. Marimo no Uta / Andou Mariko
4. Bibou no Miyako / Takarada Akira
5. Niizuma Kagami / Kirishima Noboru
6. Ai Itakatta ze / Oka Haruo
7. Sayonara Rumba / Futaba Akiko
8. Shiro no Koi yo Sayounara / Aoki Kouichi


http://www.mediafire.com/?v5whmwnromj (~160kbps vbr, 64.4mb)

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Shugyoku no Futokoro Mero Ketteiban #3
(Gems of Old Hit Songs Collection Vol.3)

1. Shiretoko Ryojou / Morishige Hisaya
2. Francesca no Kane / Futaba Akiko
3. Tabi no Yokaze / Kirishima Noboru,Kujou Mariko
4. Ame no Blues / Awaya Noriko
5. Oka o Koete / Fujiyama Ichirou
6. Hakata Yofune / Otomaru
7. Yamagoya no Akari / Oumi Toshirou
8. Kanashiki Takebue / Nara Mitsue
1. Hayaku Kaette Ko / Aoki Kouichi
2. Ai no Swing / Ike Mariko
3. Ginza Kyuu Choume Mizunoue / Kobe Ichirou
4. Itako Hanayomesan / Hanamura Kikue
5. Kougen Ressha wa Iku / Okamoto Atsurou
6. Kuroyuri no Uta / Orii Shigeko
7. Yorokobi mo Kanashimi mo Saigetsu / Wakayama Akira
8. Toukyou no Bus Girl / Shodai Columbia Rose


http://www.mediafire.com/?zzwmjnnmvfy (~160kbps vbr, 66.2mb)

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Re: Oldskool Japanese Music Thread (1920's-1960's)
« Reply #45 on: April 30, 2009, 03:59:16 AM »
Dan -  I'm speechless - so much material!  I can barely keep
up with your posts (but I'm having a blast trying)!  :D

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Re: Oldskool Japanese Music Thread (1920's-1960's)
« Reply #46 on: May 03, 2009, 05:01:10 AM »
This is technically from the 70s and 80s but I thought I'd post it here...I hope Dan doesn't mind  :oops:

Takada Mizue - Best Collection



Takada Mizue debuted in 1977 after becoming the 18th Grand Champion on the Fuji TV audition show "Kimi Koso Star Da!," and had several hits including "Garasuzaka" and "Watashi wa Piano." In 1985 she retired to marry the sumo wrestler Wakashimazu. Their wedding was broadcast live on TV and had the high rating of 30.2%. Currently she and her husband run the Matsugane sumo stable.

I got this best album off of Soulseek and I recommend it to anyone interested in 70s/80s idols - Mizue has a very pretty voice.

1. Garasuzaka
2. Purple Shadow
3. Dream On Dream
4. Seishun II
5. Shiokaze no Melody
6. Komoriuta o Kikasete
7. Watashi wa Piano
8. Namida no Jiruba
9. Yume Densetsu
10. Ai no Owari ni
11. Junai Sagashi
12. Sonna Hiroshi ni Damasarete
13. Shuutou


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Re: Oldskool Japanese Music Thread (1920's-1960's)
« Reply #47 on: May 03, 2009, 02:44:36 PM »
Woaaw ! My god !

Very much thanks !

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We should make a thread for 1970's and 1980's...  :oops:

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Re: Oldskool Japanese Music Thread (1920's-1960's)
« Reply #48 on: May 03, 2009, 03:45:40 PM »
This is technically from the 70s and 80s but I thought I'd post it here...I hope Dan doesn't mind  :oops:

No problem.  It might encourage someone to come in and download some of the older stuff while they're here. :)

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Re: Oldskool Japanese Music Thread (1920's-1960's)
« Reply #49 on: May 03, 2009, 08:48:20 PM »

We should make a thread for 1970's and 1980's...  :oops:


I totally agree - combining those two decades wouldn't be a bad idea, but
I'd especially love a thread that focused on the 1970s.
[There are some blogs out there that have TONS of 80s material (I'll post a
link later this week) - but I haven't found any that focus on the 70s and
there are so many awesome artists that peaked around that time! 

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Re: Oldskool Japanese Music Thread (1920's-1960's)
« Reply #50 on: May 03, 2009, 09:33:35 PM »
. . .
I'd especially love a thread that focused on the 1970s.

I gotcha on the 70s.  Again, I'll rip a few of my tunes and upload later.

Any artists in mind?  I have a bunch from the early-to-mid seventies, mostly the poppy idol stuff: Saijo, Go Hiromi, a few singles here and there.  Finger 5 anyone?

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Re: Oldskool Japanese Music Thread (1920's-1960's)
« Reply #51 on: May 03, 2009, 09:51:20 PM »
Petite M'Amie - Girl Friend / Baby Doll (1971)

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Tracklist
01. Girl Friend
02. Baby Doll
03. Splendor
04. Pardon
05. Cry
06. Make-Love
07. Prologue
08. Drive
09. Coffee
10. Wine
11. Shower
12. Date-Time

The final instalment in Tiliqua’s utterly essential ‘Erotic Oriental Sunshine’ series of re-issues, ‘Girl Friend Baby Doll’ moves in a markedly different direction from its predecessors. Although still adorned by the image of an angelic and scantily clad Japanese beauty, the disc is somewhat less overtly sexual than the others, focussing more on a childlike and hushed mood; giggling and whispering rather than groaning and screaming. However the more you listen to the album with these quite peculiar, sometimes goofy vocals paired with some downright funky Euro-sleaze instrumental parts the more insane a it begins to sound. I mean, it’s erotic but it’s just not quite as blatant as say, Ike Reiko, it’s shrouded in a veil of naivity which only serves to make it that much more odd. Apparently Petite M’amie (aka nudie actress Mari Keiko) wanted the album to be much more obviously erotic but the producer was dead set on that shy girl angle, which unsurprisingly still seems to be the order of the day in Japan (vending machines selling used panties?). The truth is though, for all its odd sentiment and somewhat dubious morals this is an absolutely killer release, somewhat comparable in style to the crucial re-issues of the Finders Keepers label, with exotica production and a vibe closer associated with the French New Wave than with Japanese music from 1971.

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Re: Oldskool Japanese Music Thread (1920's-1960's)
« Reply #52 on: May 04, 2009, 02:19:13 AM »
. . .
I'd especially love a thread that focused on the 1970s.

I gotcha on the 70s.  Again, I'll rip a few of my tunes and upload later.

Any artists in mind?  I have a bunch from the early-to-mid seventies, mostly the
poppy idol stuff: Saijo, Go Hiromi, a few singles here and there.  Finger 5 anyone?

Hi Saburo, actually, I've got a good-sized list of 70s artists I'd love to hear
more of - I'll drop some names by here tomorrow.  Maybe Masa will have time this
week to start (yet another!) page, heh. 
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Re: Oldskool Japanese Music Thread (1920's-1960's)
« Reply #53 on: May 04, 2009, 04:58:27 PM »
A 70's thread would be great !

Beloved kayōkyoku period...  :heart:

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Re: Oldskool Japanese Music Thread (1920's-1960's)
« Reply #54 on: May 05, 2009, 06:43:01 AM »
A collection of TV & Radio themes from the 50's - 70's.

09. "Nisshin Myouji Tobidasu" no Theme / Funaki Kazuo
I know this is a bit of a long shot, but does anyone here happen to have any further information regarding the show where this track comes from?  Google was of little help for the title, only the artist.

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Re: Oldskool Japanese Music Thread (1920's-1960's)
« Reply #55 on: May 05, 2009, 09:09:18 AM »
Maybe Masa will have time this
week to start (yet another!) page, heh.
Feel free to post the 70's thread because I don't really have any material for it :doh:

I know this is a bit of a long shot, but does anyone here happen to have any further information regarding the show where this track comes from?  Google was of little help for the title, only the artist.
:welcome

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Re: Oldskool Japanese Music Thread (1920's-1960's)
« Reply #56 on: May 05, 2009, 05:30:56 PM »
A collection of TV & Radio themes from the 50's - 70's.

09. "Nisshin Myouji Tobidasu" no Theme / Funaki Kazuo
I know this is a bit of a long shot, but does anyone here happen to have any further information regarding the show where this track comes from?  Google was of little help for the title, only the artist.

If you google the name of the show in Japanese (日真名氏飛び出す - the kanji is in the text file within the download) you get better results.
Wikipedia: http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/日真名氏飛び出す (copy and paste the link - the forum messes it up).
http://www.kcat.zaq.ne.jp/maetoshi/tanabe/tvprog/himana.htm
http://www.allcinema.net/prog/show_c.php?num_c=86520
http://www.tvdrama-db.com/drama_info/p/id-391
http://tisen.jp/pukiwiki/index.php?%C6%FC%BF%BF%CC%BE%BB%E1%C8%F4%A4%D3%BD%D0%A4%B9

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Re: Oldskool Japanese Music Thread (1920's-1960's)
« Reply #57 on: May 05, 2009, 06:31:19 PM »
I love this song.

Ishida Ayumi - Blue Light Yokohama (single, 1968.12.25)

01. Blue Light Yokohama
02. Asuyori Towani


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Re: Oldskool Japanese Music Thread (1920's-1960's)
« Reply #58 on: May 05, 2009, 07:13:27 PM »
Nice one, Dan,
Ayumi is awesome.

Especially glad for the Asuyori Towani track
as I hadn't heard that one before.

My inner cow is groovin'
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BTW, I think there is still interest in gettinga 70s/Kayokyoku thread
started - but I'd like to know how to upload pictures whenI upload
music files.  Can someone help this clueless guy?
 :wth
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Re: Oldskool Japanese Music Thread (1920's-1960's)
« Reply #59 on: May 05, 2009, 08:10:22 PM »
Nice one, Dan,
Ayumi is awesome.

Especially glad for the Asuyori Towani track
as I hadn't heard that one before.
I got both songs from youtube.  :) Lots of people upload audio and if you download the mp4 version it's 128kbps stereo, then I just convert to wav, chop off any excessive silences at the start and end and adjust the volume if necessary.  I'd romanised the 2nd track totally differently until I saw how it'd been romanised on the pic.


BTW, I think there is still interest in gettinga 70s/Kayokyoku thread
started - but I'd like to know how to upload pictures whenI upload
music files.  Can someone help this clueless guy?
Assuming you have a photo on your hard drive, go to www.tinypic.com and select the photo and upload.  (If the photo is really big select one of the resize options from the dropdown menu so it doesn't stretch the page when you post it.)
When it uploads it gives you a link to the photo.  Choose the last one ("Direct Link for Layouts") and copy and paste it into your forum post and surround it with image tags so it looks like this
[img*]http://www.whatever.com/yourpic.jpg[/img*]
except without the stars, I only did that to stop the forum trying to display it as an image.
So you don't have to keep typing the image tags you just need to click the image icon.  When you're writing a post there's a bunch of icons above the text box where you write your post, the image one is the first one on the second row, to the left of the one showing a little pic of the world.

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