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矢沢永吉 (Eikichi Yazawa) born September 14, 1949 in Hiroshima, is a singer. He was a member of the legendary Japanese rock group Carol, and is one of the most successful rock singers in Japan.

Yazawa formed the band Carol in 1972. They were strongly inspired by the Beatles and Rolling Stones. Carol had some minor success and a few hit singles and albums were released. After the band broke up in 1975, Yakawa flew to the U.S… read more

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  • Just found out about him...not bad at all!
  • Yoroshiku!!
  • His voice,eyes,hart,soul...makes me feel so happy. I can't talk about any japanese music without E.Yazawa. よろしく。
  • I may be the only American who got a Eikichi Yazawa-related tattoo intentionally. (Ƶ logo on the inside of my upper arm)
  • One of the four pillars of Japanese rock: Eikichi Yazawa, Kiyoshiro Imawano, Ichiro Mizuki, Takayuki Miyauchi
  • I went to the tour of P.M.9 in 1982
  • Furui karendā... oh my God, such emotional...
  • He was hilarious on 60° kouhaku utagassen, but brilliant, sure! a great surprise! :)
  • awesome.

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