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Believe

by Ken'ichi Kitakata

Cute Japanese male singer songwriter singing sometimes in an innocent, sometimes in a wild voice. Pop, acoustic rock.
Genre: World: Asian
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Believe
Ken'ichi Kitakata, K. JUNO(backup vocals and English text)
4:52 $0.99
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2. Thank You
Ken'ichi Kitakata, Mariko Endo (piano), K. JUNO (vocal arrangeme
4:01 $0.99
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3. Harmony
Ken'ichi Kitakata
2:52 $0.99
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Lee Armstrong

Joyful
This three-song indy EP from Japan was recorded in 2006. Ken'ichi sings in Japanese, except for a few brief English phrases. The liner notes are mostly in Japanese writing. "Believe" is an upbeat track with a rocking boy-band inflected sound. The second track "Thank You" has a sweet melody with a piano backing. "Harmony" is a joyfully upbeat track that brings a smile to my face, even though I don't speak Japanese. This is a worthy indy effort that fans of J-pop can explore confidently. Enjoy!
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