Chieko Sakai - Mamurogawa Ondo (Vinyl)

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  • Mar 14,  · SAKAI, CHIEKO - mamurogawa ondo - SA / A TEPPO, MITSUSABURO - kore ga teppou bushi da - SN SAKAMOTO, RYUICHI - coda - L25N BLONDIE - eat to the beat - WWS BLONDIE - rapture - WWS DURAN DURAN - arena - EMS DURAN DURAN - carnival - EMS DURAN DURAN - duran duran - .
  • For example, Tokyo Ondo, Mamurogawa Ondo, and Hanagasa Ondo all have "ondo" in their names. Kushimoto Bushi, Burabura Bushi, and Soran Bushi all have a rendering of "fushi" in their names. ×Part of the Japanese Obon celebration involves .
  • Japanese used music vinyl records online-shop. Ship to worldwide. Lots of rare Japanese pressing with obi. New arrivals updated weekly.
  • Although the official name for this jazzy ditty is "Mamurogawa Boogie" - as mentioned in Isao Hayashi's (林伊佐緒) discography on his J-Wiki page - it seems to go by "Boogie Mamurogawa Ondo" (ブギ真室川音頭) as seen in the video above, and that caused quite a bit of confusion for yours truly at perrtrotlabespcacall.guabnetdmembrebeddatiridmezarpoxi.co, I had first heard of "Mamurogawa Boogie" through the ever .
  • A few months ago I did an article about songs I love listening to from the 30 and 40's, and I've now decided to follow it up with individual articles about those from the 50's and, eventually, the 60's.I was pretty excited to plan these lists as I quite often find myself buried in the old but gold stuff from this later era, which then had me thinking that picking out my favourites would be a.

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