Miyuki Nakajima (中島みゆき Nakajima Miyuki) is the eponymous album by the Japanese singer-songwriter Miyuki Nakajima, released in March 1988. Her 15th studio album features two songs released as a single, "Gokigen Ikaga" and "Kamen". The former was used in the Japanese Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications' TV ad starring by Nakajima, aired c. 1995. The latter was co-written by Yoshihiro Kai, a frontman of the Kai Band. All songs written and composed by Miyuki Nakajima, unless otherwise noted.
This is the list of music recordings produced by a Japanese singer-songwriter Miyuki Nakajima. She has released 36 studio albums, 40 singles, 2 live albums, 11 live videos, and multiple compilations up to November 2009. Chart positions listed here are provided by the Oricon Weekly Singles and Albums Charts, started in 1968 and 1970, respectively.
Nakajima Miyuki (中島みゆき) is a Japanese folk singer-songwriter who debuted in 1975. During her career, she has released 35 studio albums and 40 singles. Among them, 5 singles and 10 albums had reached on the Oricon charts. Her single "Chijou no Hoshi, Headlight Taillight" released in 2000 is the second longest charting release according to Oricon with 202 weeks in the top 200. Aside from singing, Nakajima is also known for writing numerous songs for other artists, notably Kudo Shizuka.
Miyuki Nakajima – Kansuigyo. Miyuki Nakajima – Kansuigyo 中島みゆき – 寒水魚 Released: 1982 Genre: Folk Bitrate: FLAC & MP3 320 KBPS. 01 悪女 02 傾斜 03 鳥になって 04 捨てるほどの愛でいいから 05 . 06 家出 07 時刻表 08 砂の船 09 歌姫. More from my site.
Kansuigyo (寒水魚) is the ninth studio album by Japanese singer-songwriter Miyuki Nakajima, released in March 1982. The term Kansuigyo", which means opposite of "Nettaigyo" (熱帯魚, tropical fish), is Nakajima's neologism. Five months before the album came out, she produced a hit single "Bad Girl (Akujo)", which became her first chart topper since "Wakareuta (The Parting Song)" in 1977. The song became one of the most commercially successful single of that year, reaching the top-10 on the year-end chart of 1982.
Miyuki Nakajima – Kansuigyo (寒水魚). Genre: Rock, Pop, Folk, World, & Country. Style: Folk, Folk Rock, Ballad. Bad Girl (悪女 Akujo) A more symphonic-oriented Nakajima. The art design is definitely spot-on; this is a dreamy, ethereal, twilight sort of album. Diva' (B5) could lull me to sleep night after night. Reply Notify me Helpful.
Kansuigyo is the ninth studio album by Japanese singer-songwriter Miyuki Nakajima, released in March 1982. The term Kansuigyo", which means opposite of "Nettaigyo", is Nakajima's neologism. Five months before the album came out, she produced a hit single "Bad Gir. mage: Kansuigyo. Hunch is the tenth studio album by Japanese singer-songwriter Miyuki Nakajima, released in March 1983.