Masumi Ito & Yoko Ueno

2010-02-14 23:09:35 UTC
Masumi Itō : [ 伊藤真澄, Itō Masumi? ] (she also goes by the pseudonym, Hikaru Nanase [ 七瀬光, Nanase Hikaru? ] ) born May 21, is a Japanese singer and composer from Ibaraki prefecture in Japan. Itō has composed the soundtracks to many anime television shows and is part of the bands Oranges & Lemons and Heart of Air. Yoko Ueno : [ 上野洋子 Ueno Yōko born: October 11, 1963 ] is a Japanese recording artist. She has performed in the bands, Oranges & Lemons, Vita Nova, Marsh-Mallow, and Zabadak. She is also a notable musical composer, having written music for several anime series, most prominent being .hack//Legend of the Twilight, Azumanga Daioh (where one of her bands, Oranges & Lemons, also performs both theme songs), and Brigadoon. As of late, she has taken to calling herself simply Yoko, or at least is credited as such in Sōkō no Strain, where she performs the opening song, "Message". Artist - Masumi Ito Album - Hana No Oto Release Date - 2001 Genre - Traditional-folk, Soundtrack, OST, Piano [ VERY GOOD ] Tracklist 1. Marui Sora 2. Kyo no Sora 3. Melody 4. Sorayobi 5. One Drop 6. Sazanami no uta 7. Oufuku Shokan 8. Ieji 9. Voice from Tree 10. Water Color 11. Yume miru chikara 12. Nemuri no okoku ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Masumi Ito - Hana No Oto ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Artist - Masumi Ito Album - 夢降る森へ [ Yume furu mori e ] Release Date - 2003 Genre - Traditional-folk, Soundtrack, OST, Piano [ VERY GOOD ] Tracklist 1 Dream Dream 2 優しい愛の羽 3 Time Pavement 4 しっかり! Try La Lai (Sherevet Ver.) 5 ふしぎふるふる 6 Wish of Snow 7 愛の星 8 しずかの街 9 Blue Flow 10 クリスマスローズ 11 夢のかけら ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Masumi Ito - 夢降る森へ [ Yume furu mori e ] ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Artist - Masumi Ito & Yoko Ueno Album - Seinaru Shoukei Release Date - 2003 Genre - Traditional-folk, Soundtrack, OST, Piano [ VERY GOOD ] Tracklist Masumi Ito & Yoko Ueno - Ashita he Modorou Masumi Ito & Yoko Ueno - Free Bird Masumi Ito & Yoko Ueno - Mayoi no Kotori Masumi Ito & Yoko Ueno - Misekai no Arika Masumi Ito & Yoko Ueno - Moeru Ishi ni Natte Masumi Ito & Yoko Ueno - Seinaru Shoukei Masumi Ito & Yoko Ueno - Sora he no Komichi Masumi Ito & Yoko Ueno - Sora ni Arigatou Masumi Ito & Yoko Ueno - Tooku ni Kimi wa Masumi Ito & Yoko Ueno - Wasureru Mizu ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Masumi Ito & Yoko Ueno - Seinaru Shoukei Password - SirensSound.blogspot.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Recommendations: Haibane Renmei Hanenone Sountrack | Joe Hisaishi | A Dirty Carnival | Clint Mansell | Vanessa Van Basten ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ MANY THANKS 101A... ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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