|2007.04.02, 11:58 AM||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2005
1999.09.22 - Dear Yuming ~Yumi Arai/Yumi Matsutouya Cover Collection~ (CD) [Album]
Dear Yuming~荒井由実/松任谷由実カバー・コレクション~ (Dear Yuming ~Yumi Arai/Yumi Matsutouya Cover Collection~)
01. NOKKO - COBALT HOUR
02. Moritaka Chisato - あの日に帰りたい (Ano Hi ni Kaeritai)
03. m-flo - 静かなまぼろし (Shizuka na Maboroshi)
04. Matsuzaki Nao - 情熱に届かない~Don't Let Me Go (Jounetsu ni Todokanai~Don't Let Me Go)
05. Tsuyuzaki Harumi - DOWNTOWN BOY
06. Ooe Senri - スラバヤ通りの妹へ (Surabaya Toori no Imouto e)
07. Ide Mariko - Hello, my friend
08. Shiina Ringo - 翳りゆく部屋 (Kageriyuku Heya)
09. Okui Kaori - 恋人がサンタクロース (Koibito ga Santa Claus)
10. Gospellers - A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Total Playtime: 45:57
Retail Availability: Amazon.co.jp, CD Japan, HMV Japan
|2008.08.27, 07:13 PM||#4|
Join Date: Aug 2006
Location: Ruhenheim ...No... Nagoya
Kageri Yuku Heya was originally released in 1976 as Arai Yumi's 7th single
(and last since she married Matsutoya Masataka and changed
her aritist name to Matsutoya Yumi)
According to Wikipedia this song was covered at least 5 times,
Miyako Harumi in 1977, Shimada Kaho in 1992, Shiina Ringo in 1999,
Hatakeyama Miyuki in 2007, Elephant Kashimashi in 2008.
the organ was recorded at St. Mary's Cathedral in Tokyo, played by her husband.
|2009.05.04, 12:35 PM||#6|
Join Date: Feb 2005
Location: San Antonio! Hoody Hoo
Shiina's take on kageriyuku heya is vastly underrated amongst her own catalog.
"Jihad is the soul of EMF"--Lena
|2009.05.09, 03:36 PM||#9|
True Final Boss
Join Date: Feb 2006
Location: United States
There is somewhere around 2-3 different compilation/tribute albums with the same Ringo version Kageriyuku Heya track on them. If you're a collector, then the first one is the only one that matters.
You know Tokyo Jihen is a supergroup, when you can't blame most of the members for wanting to pursue other projects.
|2009.05.09, 11:38 PM||#10|
Join Date: Sep 2005
Location: World's End
the one I own is Queen's 30th Anniversary edition. It seems they have put out a few, but they all vary with different track listings, except Ringo's is always the same. Ringo was probably one of the biggest artist to contribute, so they keep on putting her contribution on all the releases as a staple. Obviously if your a Yuming fan you might have a preferred edition, but the one I bought, the Queen's edition, is 14 tracks, whereas the first edition was 10 and the more recent one is 12, and if I'm not mistaken all are priced similarly. So....if you could care less about the rest of the package, you might want to go for the "more is more" option and get the best bang for your buck.
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