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Saturday, 13 May 2017

Kozo Murashita “Each Wind” 1979 Japan Private Psych Pop,Blues

Kozo Murashita “Each Wind” 1979 Japan Private Psych Pop,Blues
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Kōzō Murashita (村下 孝蔵 Murashita Kōzō, February 28, 1953 – June 24, 1999) was a Japanese singer-songwriter who was born in Minamata, Kumamoto, Japan. He died of a stroke during a rehearsal in 1999. 







Discography 

Singles 

Tsuki Akari / Matsuyama Yuki Ferry (1980) 
Shun'u / Kajin (1981) 
Kikyo / Miseinen (1981) 
Yuko / Kagero (1982) 
Hatsukoi / Oka no Ue kara (1983, a remake of Hatsukoi was used as the opening theme for the final episode of anime series Boys Be..., performed by Yuka Imai 
Odoriko / Fuyu Monogatari (1983) 
Shojo / Karen (1984) 
Yume no Tsuzuki / Nigaoe (1984) 
Kazaguruma / Shiawase no Jikan (1986) 
Negai / Tomarigi (1986, Negai was used in a commercial for "Myojo Charumera") 
Hi Damari / Shiroi Hana no Saku goro (1987, Hi Damari was a theme song for the Fuji TV anime series Maison Ikkoku) 
Aishu Monogatari: Aishu ni Sayonara / Utsukushi Sugiru Mistake (1987) 
Kaze no Tayori / Neko (1988, Kaze was an image song for Akai Hane Kyodo Bakin) 
Hatsukoi Mini Album (1988, includes Hatsukoi, Odoriko, Yuko, Shojo and Shun'u) 
Hatsukoi / Shojo (1989) 
Yuko / Odoriko (1989) 
Sonnet / Kinjirareta Asobi (1990) 
Akina / Takahashi (1991) 
Kono Kuni ni Umarete Yokatta / Kitaku (1991, Kono Kuni was used in a House Shokuhin commercial for "Tokusensei Wasabi") 
Hitotsubu no Suna / Hitorigoto (1992) 
Romance Car / Pinball (1992) 
Hatsukoi / Yuko / Akina (1993) 
Tsuretette / Ringo demo Issho ni (1994) 
Hatsukoi / Odoriko (1995) 
16-sai / Anata Odorimasen ka (1996) 
Dosokai / Sunao (1998) 


Albums 

Sore zore no Kaze (1979) 
Kiteki ga Kikoeru Machi (1980) 
Doko he (1981) 
Yume no Ato (1982) 
Hatsukoi: Asaki Yumemishi (1983) 
Kajin (1984) 
Hanazakari (1984) 
Kazaguruma (1986) 
Hi Damari (1987) 
Kajin II (1987) 
Koibumi (1988) 
Nogiku yo Boku ha... (1989) 
Seiryō Aichōban (1990) 
Shin Nihon Kikō (1991) 
Na mo nai Hoshi (1992) 
Ai Sareru tame ni (1994) 
Ringo to Lemon (1995) 
Dōsōkai (1999, memorial album) 
Shinobi Aruki no Tasogare ni (1999) 
Ramune to Peach Sandal (2000) 
Yume no Kiroku (2000) 
Junjō Karen (2001) 
Tanabata Yasōkyoku (2005) 
Tsukimachi Aishūka (2005) 

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