Kyu Sakamoto - The Olympics Song / Tankobushi mp3 album
Kyu Sakamoto (pronounced "cue") was born in 1941 in Kawasaki, Japan, the son of a restaurateur. He began singing in jazz clubs as a teenager, before being signed to Toshiba Records in 1959. He had several Japanese pop hits and appeared in movies and on TV and radio programs. On a business trip to Japan, Louis Benjamin, president of . label Pye Records, Ltd, heard Sakamoto's "Ue O Muite Aruko" (I Look up When I Walk). Other Sakamoto singles are "Elimo" b/w "Why" and "Tankobushi" b/w "Olympics Song. LP, Sukiyaki and Other Japanese Hits, was released that same year. Sukiyaki," now a standard, has been a hit for A Taste of Honey and for '90s R&B group Four . At the age of 43, Kyu Sakamoto died in a plane crash that killed 520 people on August 12, 1985, near Tokyo, Japan.
Kyu Sakamoto ( 坂本 九) - Tanko bushi. 川さゆり トンコ節 ヤットン節 Ishikawa Sayuri Tonko Bushi Yatton Bushi.
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Released by Bobby Morgenstein Productions Jan 1997. Listen to Bobby Morganstein Tanko Bushi (Japan) MP3 song. Tanko Bushi (Japan) song from the album The Complete Multicultural Party Cd is released on Jan 1997. The duration of song is 03:14. This song is sung by Bobby Morganstein.
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