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Kahoru Kohiruimaki - Time The Motion Live mp3 album
Rock / Pop
Performer: Kahoru Kohiruimaki
Title: Time The Motion Live
Style: J-pop, Pop Rock
Year 1990
Genre: Rock / Pop
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 677
MP3 size: 1147 mb
FLAC size: 1356 mb
WMA size: 1929 mb
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Kahoru Kohiruimaki - Time The Motion Live mp3 album

比類巻かほる 公式 Kohhy OFFICIAL CHANNEL 是非チャンネル登録をお願い致します Kahoru Kohiruimaki 1985 album debut She was recording work of the "Prince" and "Maurice White" in th. .

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Lyrics By – Kahoru Kohiruimaki (tracks: 1 to 4, 7 to 11). Management – Takako Eto. Music By – Kahoru Kohiruimaki (tracks: 4, 7 to 11), Yoshiaki Ohuchi (tracks: 1 to 3, 10). Percussion – Bernie Dresel, Paulinho Da Costa. Photography By – Shusuke Matsuura. Photography By – Kenji Miura. Production Manager – Keith S. Fujiyoshi. Programmed By – Rory Kaplan, Ryuta Fukuda, Tomoaki Hirose. Recorded By – Takashi Ito (tracks: 1, 3 to 10).

Album: Time The Motion. Time The Motion is the sixth full-length studio album by Japanese recording artist Kahoru Kohiruimaki, and was released in Japan only in November 1989. The album includes the songs Mind Bells and Bliss, both co-written and mostly performed by Prince and Levi Seacer, J.Kahoru Kohiruimaki's manager, Seijiro Udo, had promoted Prince's Japanese concerts on the Lovesexy Tour, and Udo asked Prince to provide some tracks for Kohiruimaki. Prince and Levi Seacer, Jr. recorded the tracks in Summer 1989, and Kohiruimaki simply overdubbed vocals for the tracks in Autumn 1989.

Let's Work - 2:17 (live). Kahoru Kohiruimaki - Time The Motion Live album (07/25). Mind Bells - 4:22 (live). This version contains prerecorded Prince vocals that don't seem to be on the album version. For some reason, Princevault also included Bliss from that album but, since it contains no input by Prince, it is considered a cover thus not included here. Kahoru Kohiruimaki - Time The Motion Live video album (?/?) (probably around the same time as the audio version). Mind Bells - 4:28 (live).

Kahoru Kohiruimaki (小比類巻かほる Kohiruimaki Kahoru, nicknamed Kohhy, born on March 16, 1967) is a Japanese singer who debuted in 1985. She had great success in the next ten years with around thirty singles, fifteen original albums and various compilations. Kohiruimaki is the most well known in the West for the song Ai yo kienaide, the first opening theme song from the anime series City Hunter in 1987, and for the ending theme song for the OVA Gall Force in 1986. Time the motion live (1990/7/25). silent fiction tour 1991 (1992/1/25). FRONTIER LIVE '92 (1993/2/25). The Best (1989/12/15). Kohhy's singles (1991/7/25). Dreamin' '89-'92 (1992/3/25). Kohiruimaki Kahoru - 20th Anniversary Selection (2005/6/29). Never say good-bye (1985.

Kahoru Kohiruimaki (小比類巻かほる, Kohiruimaki Kahoru, nicknamed Kohhy, born on March 16, 1967) is a Japanese singer who debuted in 1985. Kohiruimaki is the most well known in the West for the song Ai yo kienaide, the first generic original soundtrack (OST) from the anime series City Hunter in 1987, and for the ending theme song for the OVA Gall Force in 1986.

Kohiruimaki Kahoru (小比類巻かほる) is a Japanese musician. She debuted in 1985 with the single "NEVER SAY GOOD-BYE". Four years later in 1989, her sixth studio album, TIME THE MOTION, included two songs written by Prince. Her 1992 album, FRONTIER, would also have two song written but this time by Maurice White. From 1998 to 2000, Kohiruimaki went by the alias Ruey and release two albums under an indies label. Birthdate: March 16, 1967. Birthplace: Aomori Prefecture.

Kohiruimaki Kahoru) скачать mp3 в хорошем качестве, либо слушайте песню Kahoru Kohiruimaki - City Hunter Ai yo Kienaide, Kahoru Kohiruimaki - What s Goin On, Kahoru Kohiruimaki - Stranger s City, Kohiruimaki Kahoru - CITY HUNTER Ai yo Kienaide, Kahoru Kohiruimaki - Kino wa Forever, а также рингтоны на звонок и все новые треки.

With the exception of Sheila . s 1985 album Romance 1600 (the label's debut non-Prince release), Tevin Campbell's single "Round and Round" and the Time's 1990 release, "Pandemonium" the label had very little commercial successes by artists other than Prince. In 1994, amid Prince's feud with Warner Bros. Warner ended its distribution deal with Paisley Park, effectively closing the label. Prince fought for the rights to the master recordings of all artists recorded there. Retrieved October 19, 2011.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Wild Generation 5:36
2 リバーサイドパーク 5:02
3 In The Rain 4:22
4 Time The Motion 5:20
5 Mind Bells
Composed By – Levi Seacer Jr., Prince
4:22
6 Bliss
Composed By – Levi Seacer Jr., PrinceWords By – Kahoru Kohiruimaki
4:25
7 (Talk) 2:32
8 オーロラの瞳 2:57
9 アスファルトの帰り道 5:16
10 Everything's All Right 5:34
11 Hold On Me 4:33
12 Dreamer 5:38
13 いい子を抱いて眠りなよ 5:46
14 I'm Here 6:51

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Warner-Pioneer Corporation

Credits

  • Bass – Yu-ichi Sakakibara
  • Drums – Shingo Tomoda
  • Guitar – Shuji Nakamura
  • Keyboards – Jun-ichi Kawaguchi, Kaoru Ito
  • Percussion – Steve Eto
  • Saxophone – Yoshitaka Kuratomi
  • Trombone – Koyo Murakami
  • Trumpet – Masao Terashma, Toshiyuki Karasawa
  • Vocals – Kahoru Kohiruimaki

Notes

℗ 1990 Made in Japan

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: TDCK-2003