Biography

Kiyoshi Yoshida (吉田潔) majored in contemporary arrangement and film scoring at the Berklee College of Music. Upon his return to Japan in 1987, he became involved in composing various types of music, including sound tracks and commercial scores as a synthesizer operator and producer. In 1999, he released “ASIAN DRUMS” in sixteen countries including Japan. It won him high acclaim, particularly in the U.S. “ASIAN DRUMS II” came next and was followed by “UBUD” and “UBUD DUA” which he produced with his own band. He has composed sound tracks for NHK TV programs such as “Nihonjin Harukana Tabi” (Japanese on Distant Travels), “Ningen Dokyumento (Human Document)” and “Toukuni Arite Nipponjin” (Japanese in Distant Lands). In 2005 at the Aichi Expo, he directed the music for Kansai Yamamoto’s opening act “TOBUZO” (Let’s Fly! Festival of Life) In 2006, he was in charge of the music for the film, “Toki o Kakeru Shojo” (The Girl Who Leapt Through Time) released in the summer of 2006. In 2007, he worked as the music director for the Kansai Yamamoto’s KANSAI SUPER SHOW “TAIYO NO FUNE” (The Sun Ship)

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