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Saturday, 6 February 2021

Yuya Uchida & 1815 Rock and Roll Band"Rock'en Roll Broad'casting Station ロックンロール放送" 1973 Japan Rock,Rock n Roll

 

Yuya Uchida & 1815 Rock and Roll Band"Rock'en Roll Broad'casting Station ロックンロール放送" 1973 Japan Rock,Rock n Roll (plays Flower Travellin' Band,The Flowers,Blues Creation,Far East Family Band,Samurai,Tranzam, Kuni Kawachi & Friends,Beavers,Pyg ,The Tigers,Kazuo Takeda & Boys On Rocks..members)

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Yuya Uchida (Japanese: 内田 裕也, Hepburn: Uchida Yūya, November 17, 1939 in Nishinomiya – March 17, 2019) was a Japanese singer, record producer, and actor. With a career spanning six decades, he was a major figure in Japanese popular music.

He appeared in numerous films, such as Nagisa Ōshima's Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence, and won two best acting awards. He also starred in the American film Black Rain.

Career
Uchida dropped out of high school at age 17 and began his music career in 1957.] He became friends with John Lennon after opening for The Beatles on their 1966 tour of Japan.

Shocked after seeing Jimi Hendrix perform in London in 1967, Uchida returned home and wanted to introduce a similar sound to Japan. He formed Yuya Uchida & The Flowers who released the album Challenge! in 1969, which is composed almost entirely of covers of Western psychedelic rock acts. After replacing all but one member and reverting to a producer/manager role himself, the group changed their name to Flower Travellin' Band and released another cover album, 1970's Anywhere, before relocating to Canada.[6] Before the move they recorded an album of original material in just two days;[6] Satori was released in North America in 1971 by GRT Records. The band produced two more albums, Made in Japan (1972) and Make Up (1973), before separating for 34 years.

In addition to his solo career and Flower Travellin' Band, he worked with a large variety of musicians both domestic and international, and recorded with The Ventures and Frank Zappa in the mid-1970s. In 1975 he produced an international music festival titled "World Rock Festival" which featured artists from around the world performing together. That same year, Uchida also produced the self-titled album by Creation.

He unsuccessfully ran for the 1991 Tokyo gubernatorial election.

Uchida collaborated with pop idol Rino Sashihara for the 2014 duet single "Shekina Baby".

Personal life and legal troubles
Yuya Uchida married actress Kirin Kiki in 1973. The two separated two years later but remained married. Their daughter Yayako Uchida is an essayist/singer and married to actor Masahiro Motoki, who was adopted into the Uchida family as a mukoyōshi. Yuya was the grandfather to three children by his daughter.

Uchida was arrested in September 1977 for violating Japan's Cannabis Control Law. Although Uchida admitted ten years later that he was smoking it at the time, the charges were dropped Nolle prosequi. He was arrested again in 1983 for violating Japan's Firearm and Sword Possession Control Law. Uchida entered the offices of Udo Artists, Inc. with a kitchen knife and threatened a rock promoter for allegedly paying foreign artists far more money than Japanese ones. Again, he was never indicted.

Uchida successfully underwent emergency eye surgery on May 31, 2005 for a blocked retinal artery, which would have led to blindness.[ In mid-November 2005, his house was broken into and several watches and jackets were stolen.

On May 13, 2011, Uchida was arrested for assault and trespassing after threatening his former girlfriend, whom he began dating in December 2009. The police said that Uchida allegedly hit the 50-year-old woman after she tried ending their relationship in March and began sending her threatening letters. The woman said she had her locks changed, but Uchida then had another locksmith open the door and entered her house on April 19.chida acknowledged writing the letters and having spare keys made to her house, but denied threatening her.

Death
Yuya Uchida died from pneumonia in a Tokyo hospital on March 17, 2019, aged 79.received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 61st Japan Record Awards on December 30, 2019......wiki...~



Credits

Chorus – Creations*(tracks: A3, B6), H. Chikada* (tracks: A5), Singers Three (tracks: A1)
Drums – G. Wada* (tracks: A2, B3, B4), M. Higuchi*, Y. Harada (tracks: A1)
Electric Bass – H. Ishima (tracks: B3), O. Kishibe* (tracks: A1), S. Matsumoto*
Electric Guitar – K. Takeda*, T. Inoue* (tracks: A1)
Percussion – H. Ōsawa
Piano – H. Chikada, K. Ohno* (tracks: A1)
Tenor Saxophone – T. Inoue (tracks: A4, B2)




Tracklist

A Big Hunk O'Love 2:56
Be-Bop-A-Lula 3:39
Johnny B. Goode 3:47
Keep Knockin' 3:44
Tutti Frutti 3:02
I Need Your Love Tonight 2:25
Heartbreak Hotel 4:02
Long Tall Sally 3:53
Trouble 4:02
Blue Suede Shoes 3:55
No More Comics 3:24
Teenage Boogie 4:18


Kirin Kiki, With Yuya Uchida

Discography  Yuya Uchida


Singles
"Lonely Johnny/Young One" (ひとりぼっちのジョニー/ヤング ワン, 1963)
"Young Heart o Urimono ni/Medal no Jōi" (破れたハートを売り物に/メダルのジョーイ, 1963)
"Kanashiki Akuma/Cutie Pie" (悲しき悪魔/キューティー・パイ, 1963)
"Blue Jean to Kawa Jumper/Gypsy Caravan" (ブルージーンと皮ジャンパー/ジプシー・キャラヴァン, 1964)
"Viva Las Vegas/Roll Over Beethoven" (ラスベガス万才/ロール・オーバー・ベートーベン, 1964)
"Swim de Ikou/Run Run Run" (スイムで行こう/ラン ラン ラン, 1965)
"Last Chance/Flower Boy" (ラスト・チャンス/フラワー・ボーイ, 1969, Yuya Uchida & The Flowers)
"Fantastic Girl/Yogiri no Trumpet" (ファンタジック・ガール/夜霧のトランペッ, 1969, Yuya Uchida & The Flowers)
"Manjoki Rock n Roll/Joki-yasu Boogie" (マンジョキロックンロール/ジョキ安ブギ, 1974, Yuya Uchida and the 1815 Super Rock 'n' Roll Band)
"Gonna Make It Tonight/Let's Twist No. 1" (1977)
"What's Happening, Mr. Dylan?/Annie Get Your Guns" (1978)
"Sake, Women & My Life/One Night Lullabye" (1979)
"The Long Goodbye/Farewell My Lovely" (1982)
"Killer in the Rain/Rolling on the Road" (1982)
"Annie for a Cheek Time/No More Comics" (1985)
"Shekina Baby" (シェキナベイベー, 2014, with Rino Sashihara)

Albums
Rock Surfing Hot Rod (ロック・サーフィン・ホット・ロッド, 1964, with Isao Bitoh)
Let's Go Monkey (レッツ・ゴー・モンキー, 1965, with Isao Bitoh)
Challenge! (1969, Yuya Uchida & The Flowers)
Y.U.Y.A 1815KC Rock'n Roll Broadcasting Station (1973)
Exciting! Rock 'n' Roll Party (1973, Yuya Uchida and the 1815 Super Rock 'n' Roll Band)
Hollywood (1975, Yuya Uchida and The Ventures)
A Dog Runs (ア・ドッグ・ランズ, 1978)
Farewell, My Lovely (さらば愛しき女よ, 1981)
No More Comics (1985)




Yuya Uchida 内田 裕也 ‎“A Dog Runs ア・ドッグ・ランズ” 1978  Japan Psych Rock,Rock n Roll  (special guest Shinki Chen)  (The Flowers,Yuya Uchida & 1815 Super Rock 'N' Roll Band, Yuya Uchida & 183 Family Band,Flower Travellin' Band,The Tigers)

Pyg “Original First Album” + “Free Pyg” Live second album +two singles 1971 Japan Psych Rock

Creation "Super Rock In The Highest Voltage"1978 Japan Jazz Rock Fusion,Jazz Funk
Blues Creation “Demon & Eleven Children” 1971 Japan Heavy Psych (Top 50 Japan Rock Albums by Julian Cope)
Felix Pappalardi & Creation “Traveling In The Dark - Live … Ebbets Field, Denver” 30 July 1976 Japan Heavy Prog (bootleg) 
Carmen Maki & Blues Creation "Carmen Maki Blues Creation"1971 mega rare Denon label Japan Heavy Psych,Blues Rock masterpiece..! one of the best Japanese Psychedelic Rock albums ever recorded 
Creation “Pure Electric Soul” 1977 Japan Hard Blues Rock (100 greatest Japanese albums Rolling Stone) 
Blues Creation “Live"1971 Japan Heavy Psych, Blues Rock (Top 50 Japan Rock Albums by Julian Cope) 
Blues Creation “Blues Creation” 1969 Japan Psych Blues Rock debut album 
Creation “Creation” 1975 Japan Prog Rock 
Felix Pappalardi & Creation “Creation” 1976 Japan Heavy Prog (feat Paul Butterfield) 
The (Blues) Creation With Felix Pappalardi " Live At Budokan"1976.Japan Hard Blues Rock
Happenings Four +1 "The Long Trip" 1971 Japan Psych Rock
Rashomon (Kuni Kawachi The Happenings Four) “Our Constitutional Rights” 1971  羅生門 ‎– 日本国憲法 平和 自由 愛 Japan Psych
watchThe Happenings Four "Magical Happenings Tour" 1968 Japan Psych Pop Rock,Beat,Baroque Pop  second album  
The Happenings Four ‎ アウトサイダ  "の世界   "Outsider No Sekai - World Of The Outsiders"1970 Japan Psych Pop Rock third album
Kuni Kawachi and His Group “Love Suki Daikirai"1972 僕の声が聞こえるかい/クニ・河内の世界 (Happenings Four,Flower Travellin’ Band) Japan Psych Pop Rock
Kuni Kawachi & Flower Travellin’ Band “Kirikyōgen” 1970 Japan Heavy Psych
Flower Travellin Band “Satori” 1971 Japan Psychedelic masterpiece  (100 greatest Japanese albums Rolling Stone) (Top 50 Japan Rock Albums by  Julian Cope)
Flower Travellin’ Band ‎ “Anywhere” 1970 Japan Psych Rock debut album  (Top 50 Japan Rock Albums by Julian Cope)
Flower Travellin’ Band “Made In Japan” 1972 Japan Psych Rock (Top 50 Japan Rock Albums by Julian Cope)
Flower Travellin’ Band “We Are Here” 2008 Japan Prog Rock
Flower Travellin Band “Satori” 1971 Japan Psychedelic masterpiece  (100 greatest Japanese albums Rolling Stone) (Top 50 Japan Rock Albums by  Julian Cope)
Yuya Uchida & The Flowers (Flower Travellin’ Band,) “Challenge!” 1969 Japan Psych Rock
Flower Travellin' Band "From Pussies To Death In 10.000 Years Of Freakout 1969-1970" 1997 Japan Psych Rock (bootleg)
Flower Travellin' Band ‎"Music Composed Mainly By Humans" (Bootleg) recorded in 1970 and released in 2002 Japan Psych Rock
Hideki Ishima ‎ “One Day"1971 Japan Prog Psych (ex- Flower Travellin ‘Band) man solo album
The Beavers  ザ・ビーバーズ  "Viva! Beavers!"  1968 Japan Psych,Garage Rock (Hideki Ishima-Flower Travellin’ Band & Ken Narita)
Band Aide “Uchuu Junkan” 1978 Japan Space Prog Rock  (with Nobuhiko Shinohara  ex-Flower Travellin’ Band)
Kuni Kawachi  クニ河内   "Utae Nakunaru Maeni"  歌えなくなる前に 1972  Japan Psych Rock first solo Lp
Joe Yamanaka & Flower Travellin Band "Times* 1975 Japan Psych Blues Rock LP Compilation
Joe Yamanaka (Flower Travellin Band - Kuni Kawachi And His Group )"Reggae Vibration II (My Reggae Music)" 1983 Japan Reggae (feat Tsutomu Ogawa by Too Much)
Joe Yamanaka “Live at Nippon Budokan” 1978 Japan Psych Blues Rock ((Flower Travellin Band - Kuni Kawachi And His Group )
Joe Yamanaka (Flower Travellin Band) "Joe" 1974 Japan Psych,Pop Rock,Soft Rock,Soul-excellent first solo album (feat Nobuhiko Shinohara,Takeru Muraoka,Kuni Kawachi...etc...)
      Joe Yamanaka (Flower Travellin Band - Kuni Kawachi And His Group )"Reggae Vibration II (My Reggae Music)" 1983 Japan Reggae (feat Tsutomu Ogawa by Too Much)
      Joe Yamanaka (Flower Travellin Band) ジョー山中  ‎"To The New World" 1977 Japan Psych Funk Rock  second solo album

      Japan Covers & Photos Vol  I,II,III + 100 greatest Japanese albums Rolling Stone + Top 50 Japan Rock Albums by Julian Cope + Top 100 Japanese Rock Folk albums 1968-1978, albums archive



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