Saturday, May 25, 2019

KANG IBING & MERSY MARSHITA - YAR-NEN


Here's a Sunda dangdut jaipongan cassette from Kang Ibing and Mershy Marshita....

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TAKESHI TERAUCHI & HIS BLUE JEANS - BEAT! BEAT! BEAT!



Here's a beat album from Takeshi Terauchi and His Blue Jeans and this one came out in 1965....

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16 JAPANESE POP HITS



Cool album with 16 Japanese pop hits from the 60's, can't find much info about this one, the first song, Ho De Ma Day is by Jo Takuya and Love Sick Blues which was also knows as Sukiyaki is by Kyu Sakamoto and Eastern Love Song is by Kazuko Matsuo and there's a picture from Sayuri Yoshinaga on the cover....

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SHOJI YOKOUCHI QUINTET - AFRO BOSSA



Fantastic Afro Bossa album from Mr. Guitar Shoji Yokouchi and his Shoji Yokouchi Quintet, some out of this world music on this one and this one came out in 1967....

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SIMON JUNIOR



Here's an ep from Simon Junior....

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KANG IBING & ELIS WIZAKSMI - ABDI ALIM NYORANGAN


Here's a pop Sunda cassette from Kang Ibing and Elis Wizaksmi with music by Pance.....

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KANG IBING, YETTY SUSAN, HUSAIN AZIZ & PORENGES GROUP - NGALANTUR DINA DANGDUT


Here's Kang Ibing introducing songs from the Porenges Group with Yetty Susan and Husain Aziz singing, some pretty good dangdut music on this one....

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Friday, May 24, 2019

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

TOSHIKO YONEKAWA & SHIZUKO TOYOJYU - OZASHIKIKOUTA



Koto and Shamisen songs from Toshiko Yonekawa and Shizuko Toyojyu with the Victor Orchestra and this one came out in 1964....

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Saturday, May 18, 2019

CHAI CHEN & THE TRAVELLERS



Here's an ep from Chai Chen with The Travellers....

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CHIEMI ERI - BOOKLET + 5 FLEXI DISCS
































Chiemi Eri (江利 チエミ ), January 11, 1937 – February 13, 1982), was a Japanese popular singer and actress.

Eri was born as Chiemi Kubo on January 11, 1937 in Tokyo, Japan. She started her singing career at the age of 14 with her version of "Tennessee Waltz." She sang American songs such as "Jambalaya" and "Come on-a My House". Eri started her career as an actress similar to Misora Hibari. Eri, Misora and Izumi Yukimura formed a trio. In her concerts, she was supported by Nobuo Hara's jazz band.

Eri married Ken Takakura in 1959 but divorced in 1971. She released the single "Sakaba Nite" (酒場にて lit. "At The Bar"?) in 1974. The song was later included in the omnibus album "Enka no Kokoro".

On the afternoon of February 13, 1982, Eri was found prone and not breathing on the bed of her Minato Ward apartment in Tokyo, by her manager. Her cause of death was listed as a stroke with asphyxiation due to vomit in the trachea. A further report indicated that while she had a cold and had already been drinking, a combination of whiskey mixed with milk, as well as cold medicine that she had heated up may have had a role in her death.

Eri began her career as a singer at the age of 14 and would continue to record throughout her career. Many of her albums focused on Japanese folk music though she would often blend American standards with Latin grooves at the behest of Nobuo Hara, a prolific Jazz musician and leader of Eri's backing band.

Here's 5 cool flexi discs from her with a booklet....


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