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Discography Part 3 - Compilations And Solo Albums
Solo Albums
Yoichiro Yanagihara
Yoichiro Yanagihara was born in Fukuoka August 5, 1962.
He was one of the founding members of Tama (1984).
On January 25, 1995, Yoichiro Yanagihara released his first solo single called "He Remembers All." on EMI.

1. He remembers all - lyrics & music by Yoichiro Yanagihara
2. Blue Eyes - lyrics & music by Yoichiro Yanagihara
3. He Remembers All (Original Karaoke) - lyrics & music by Yoichiro Yanagihara

His first solo album "Drive through America" was released on February 22, 1995.

1. Blue Eyes - lyrics & music by Yoichiro Yanagihara an original song.

2. Rock and Roll Radio - a song made famous by the Ramons (1980) from the album 'End of the Century'

3. Rainbow Connection

4. Alabama Song - a song made famous by the Doors (1967)

5. Reason to Beleive - a song written by folk singer Tim Hardin (1966)

6. Hallelujah - a song written by Canadian poet Leonard Cohen (1984)

7. Mr. Soul - a song written by Canadian musician Neil Young, made famous by his Buffalo Springfeild (1967). One Canadian wonders why the album is titled "Drive Through America".

8. Only Yesterday - a song made famous by the Carpenters (1975)

9. Me Japanese Boy

10. He remembers all - lyrics & music by Yoichiro Yanagihara - an original song.

11. American Boy - a song made famous by Harpers Bazar in 1968.

12. Every Time We Say Good-bye - (1961)

On November 8, 1995, Yoichiro Yanagihara released a single called "Christmas bell" on EMI.

1. Christmas Bell
2. I am Musician
3. Christmas bell (Original karaoke)

In December of 1995 Yoichiro Yanagihara left Tama and became a solo artist. In July 1996, he did his first one-man concert. In December 1996, he did the "Late-Night Show of December".

A Single, "I Care About You" (CRDP-183), was released on April 22,1998.

1. I Care About You
2. Timing Is Dubious
3. I Care About You. (Original karaoke)

On May 21, 1998 he released an album titled "Long Separation" (CRCP-20174).

1. Intro~
2. Long Separation
3. A Tear is Overflowing ~On the Road Again
4. Two Persons Together Are Nomads
5. The Twisted Man - Twist
6. Mermaid's Time
7. I Care About You - the single before the album
8. ~Outro

On January 21, 1999, a maxi single titled "OK" was released (CRCP-15).

1. OK
2. Life is Rodeo
3. Sonata
4. ?it is loved -- wonderful (--to our daddy)?

A limited live recording called "RE-CORD'00" A.L.I.F) was released on September 25, 2000

1. Parachute
2. ?? obtained
3. The Woods Where Separation Lives
4. Man of Miracles
5. Oh, Troubled Man

Yoichiro Yanagihara released an album named "UTANOWA" (VME0005) on August 5, 2001

1. Your Weight
2. Wind Doctor
3. Muffler
4. I Will Flow
5. Logbook
6. Cup? of tea
7. ?It is main ? and is an alley.
8. Honey Moon
9. To A Place Where Light Hits
11. Small Person

For five months, from February to June 2002, Yoichiro Yanagihara ventured to do a continuos live show called "Live Parade".

Kouji Ishikawa

Kouji Ishikawa and Shirohitori Otani released a CD called "The Hormone Railroad".
It was released in August of 1996.

Kouji Takimoto

Kouji Takimoto's first solo CD album was "Drained to the Bottom" It was released in July of 1995
The album cover shows Takimoto is in a back yard with laundry hanging and stuff

The next CD, released December 1998, was "100 Moons". The album cover has a portrait of Kouji Takimoto is standing in front of the sun.

CD "KATACHI" (Koji Takimoto)

Toshiaki Chiku

Toshiaki Chiku took part in the Ukulele Beatles' album singing on the Paul McCartney song 'Fool on The Hill'.

Learn about the Paul McCartney of the first Elizabethan age.