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Various - World Popular Song Festival In Tokyo '80 FLAC album

Performer: Various
Genre: Pop music
Title: World Popular Song Festival In Tokyo '80
Released: 1980
FLAC version ZIP size: 1190 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1725 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1842 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 969

Live at Budokan Tokyo Japan Nov 1st 1981 Gatefold Cover with Obi, Gorgeous Photo Book, Musical Score Insert. A-1 Aladdin (Japan) - The Incredible Rock 'N Roller A-2 Marie Myriam (France) - Sentimental A-3 Jim Photoglo (USA) - Don't Play Another Love Song A-4 Bucks Fizz (UK) - Another Night A-5 Maria Del Sol (Mexico) - You've Gotta Have Someone A-6 Udo Jurgens (Austria) - Leave A Little Love.

Guitarist Bajakian cut his teeth as a member of Lou Reed's band before strumming his wild sophomore album. Bandcamp New & Notable Feb 3, 2014. Melted Candy by Uncivilized. A smooth blend of psych-folk and '80s/'90s-style jazz fusion from this Brooklyn collective. Bandcamp New & Notable Dec 7, 2016.

11, 1975 - World Popular Song Festival: Of the 45 singers from all parts of the world who part in the World Popular Song Festival held in Tokyo 15 became finalists. The 3-days competition took place at the Budokan (Hall of Marshal Arts) in Tokyo. singer Kelly Stevens singing ''Please Write A Song Called Marilyn'', composed by Billy Tragesser (USA).

Your festival guide to Tokyo World Festival 2019 with dates, tickets, lineup info, photos, news, and more. Tokyo World Festival 2019. September 21-22, 2019. Home All Music Festivals UK Festivals Tokyo World Festival 2019. Drum And Bass Electronic.

Tokyo holds many festivals (matsuri) throughout the year. Major Shinto shrine festivals include the Sanno Festival at Hie Shrine, and the Sanja Festival at Asakusa Shrine. The Kanda Matsuri in Tokyo is held every two years in May. The festival features a parade with elaborately decorated floats and thousands of people.

The World Popular Song Festival (世界歌謡祭, Sekai Kayōsai), also known as Yamaha Music Festival and unofficially as the "Oriental Eurovision", was an international song contest held from 1970 until 1989. It was organised by the Yamaha Music Foundation in Tokyo, Japan from 1970 until 1989. Official Site by Yamaha Music Foundation. Detailed information about the WPSF - partly in English, partly in Dutch.

Redirected from Yamaha Music Festival). The World Popular Song Festival (世界歌謡祭 Sekai Kayōsai), also known as Yamaha Music Festival and unofficially as the "Oriental Eurovision", was an international song contest held from 1970 until 1989.

In comparison, the Eighties have been the decade of, among other things, synth pop, Michael Jackson, the compact disc, Sixties reunion tours, the Beastie Boys and a lot more heavy metal. But if the past 10 years haven’t exactly been the stuff of revolution, they have been a critical time of re-assessment and reconstruction. Musicians and audiences alike have struggled to come to terms with rock’s parameters and possibilities, its emotional resonance and often dormant social consciousness.

City pop is a genre of Japanese popular music that was popular in the 1980s and featured a cosmopolitan image that appealed to those who benefited from the so-called post-war economic miracle, an economic boom that took place in Japan between the end of World War II and the Cold War. City pop can sound like anything from soft, album-oriented rock to sophisticated boogie disco, yet the term is often used in a narrow sense in Japan. It’s an established genre, and city pop records have been compiled in many published guide books for collectors. Kyoko Takami, Yume Ni Anata (Unknown 1983).


A1 Tetsuya Itami, Side by Side Oh My Good-Bye Town
A2 Christopher Cross Mary Ann
A3 Al Bano & Romina Power Amarcie (Partners)
A4 Simon Gallaher I'm Really Only Singing For You
A5 Emly Starr Explosion Mary Brown
A6 Rupert Holmes Morning Man
B1 Mary MacGregor What's The Use
B2 Dan Hill How Do i Break Through You
B3 Toto Cutugno Francesca Non Sa (Frances Don't Know)
B4 Kiki Dee Give It Up
B5 Eddy Yamamoto Love In Your Heart


Recorded at the Nippon Budokan Hall, November 16th, 1980.
3-24-22 Shimomeguro Meguro-ku

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Cover): 19-280/YL-8011
  • Barcode (Label): 19-280 YL-8011
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Runout): YL-8011A D1-A-2
  • Matrix / Runout (side B, Runout): YL-8011B D1-A-4