J-Pop Plus

The Sound Projector Radio Show
Friday 18th January 2019

Compiled by Stuart Marshall

  1. Otomo Yoshihide & Yuki Saga, ‘Uchu Ni Tobikome’
    From See You In A Dream, JPANA F.M.N. SOUND FACTORY FMC-038/039 2 x CD (2005)
  2. Yapoos, ‘Nikuya no yo ni’
    From Togawa Legend Self Select Best & Rare 1979-2008, JAPAN GT MUSIC MHCL-1285~7 3 x CD (2008)
  3. Phew, ‘Signal’
    From Phew, JAPAN WAX RECORDS 32WXD-104 (1981)
  4. Jun Togawa, ‘Tama-hime sama’
    From Togawa Legend Self Select, op. cit.
  5. Miharu Koshi, ‘Parallelisme’
    From Parallelisme, JAPAN ALFA RECORDS ALCA-379 (1984)
  6. Akiko Yano, ‘Tong Poo’
    From Gohan Ga Dekita Yo, JAPAN JAPAN RECORD 35JC-1 (1980)
  7. Jun Togawa, ‘Suki Suki Dai-Suki’
    From Togawa Legend Self Select, op. cit.
  8. Phew, ‘Closed’
    From Phew, op. cit.
  9. Jun Togawa Unit, ‘Yume Miru Yakusoku’
    From Togawa Legend Self Select, op. cit.
  10. Jun Togawa Band, ‘Open The Door’
    From Togawa Legend Self Select, op. cit.
  11. Maki Asakawa, ‘Boro To Furutetsu’
    From Maki Asakawa, UK HONEST JONS RECORDS HJRLP111 2 x LP (2015)
  12. Akiko Yano, ‘Iro wa Nikonpeito’
    From Irohani-Konpeitou, JAPAN JAPAN RECORD TKCA-30756 (1977)
  13. Jun Togawa, ‘Teinen no Pushiganga’
    From Togawa Legend Self Select, op. cit.
  14. Phew, ‘New World’
    From Light Sleep, USA MESH-KEY mky020 LP (2017)
  15. Eiko Ishibashi, ‘Iron Veil’
    From The Dream My Bones Dream, USA DRAG CITY DC727 LP (2018)
  16. Midori Takada and Masahiko Satoh, ‘A Vanished Illusion’
    From Lunar Cruise, JAPAN EPIC ESCA 5093 (1990)
  17. Maki Asakawa, ‘Blue Spirit Blues’
    From Maki Asakawa, op. cit.
  18. Eiko Ishibashi, ‘To The East’
    From The Dream My Bones Dream, op. cit.
  19. Otomo Yoshihide & Yuki Saga, ‘Taiyo To Tsuchi To Mizu Wo’
    From See You In A Dream, op. cit.

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