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  1. see 小林旭

  2. Born in Tokyo in 1944. In 1964, while studying Spanish at Tokyo University of Foreign Studies he took off to Mexico. For two years he traveled…

  3. Yoshio Hayakawa (早川義夫) was the member of the Jacks, a japanese psych folk group that released two albums during the 1960s. After the break up…

  4. Kan Mikami (三上寛) takes much of his inspiration from the school of singer/songwriters and blues vocalists. From the rural district of Tsugaru,…

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  8. Shizuko Kasagi (Kasagi Shizuko, 笠置シヅ子) (August 25, 1914 - March 30, 1985) was a popular Japanese jazz singer and actress.
    Before World War II, she…

  9. 鷹魚剛.

  10. Kazuki Tomokawa (kanji:友川かずき) is a prolific Japanese acid-folk singer, poet, author and artist, active in the Japanese music scene since the early…

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