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  2. Takehara pistol
    Vocal, acoustic guitar

    濱 埜 Hiroshi 哉 (wide of ?)
    Keyboard, chorus

    From such thinking, 1999 September 21st, two people formed field…

  3. Yoshio Hayakawa is a Japanese vocalist and songwriter. Born in Tokyo in 1947. Best known as being the vocalist for 1960s folk group Jacks, he then…

  4. Gentouki means magic lantern in Japanese, and is inspired by the manga comic "Tomei Tsushin" written by Oji Suzuki whose works were published in…

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  7. Hiroshi "Monsieur" Kamayatsu (Born January 12, 1939) is arguably the Brian Wilson of Japan.

    The hit songs he composed for his Group Sounds band…

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  12. Hermann H. & The Pacemakers is a rock band formed in 1997. The members of the original lineup were all members of the music circle at Keio…

  13. Originally from Fukuoka, Inotomo (イノトモ) moved to Tokyo when she was 18, soon after she started attending music school while working as an…

  14. Tenniscoats are a group from from Tokyo, Japan featuring Saya and Takashi Ueno, often helped by other musicians and non-musicians. They, in turn,…

  15. Masashi Sada (さだ まさし Sada Masashi, originally 佐田 雅志, pronounced the same) is a Japanese male folk singer. He was born on April 10, 1952 in Nagasaki.…

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  17. Mariko Hamada is a dark jazz / freak jazz singer-songwriter whose bipolar singing, arrangements and lyrics often have a somber, melancholic mood.

  18. Sachiko Kanenobu.

  19. Uma no Hone (馬の骨, "Horse Bone") is the solo project begun in 2005 of Japanese singer-songwriter Yasuyuki Horigome (堀込泰行, born May 2, 1972).…

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