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Arigatō (Miyuki Nakajima album)

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Released  June 25, 1977
Artist  Miyuki Nakajima
Producer  Genichi Kawakami
Genre  Folk music
Length  43:10
Release date  25 June 1977
Label  AARD-VARK
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Recorded  Epicurus and the Hit Studios, Tokyo, Japan
A Ri Ga To U (1977)  Aishiteiru to Ittekure (1978)
Similar  Miyuki Nakajima albums, Other albums

A Ri Ga To U (あ・り・が・と・う) is the third studio album by Japanese singer-songwriter Miyuki Nakajima, released in June 1977. The album features "On the Platform", a song later released as B-side of her breakthrough single "The Parting Song (Wakareuta)" .

Contents

Track listing

All songs written and composed by Miyuki Nakajima.

Side one

All tracks arranged by Shun Fukui and Kinji Yoshino (except for arrangement of "Henro" by Yoshino, "Matsuribayashi" by Fukui)

  1. "Henro (遍路)" - 5:03
  2. "Mise no Na wa Life (店の名はライフ, Mise no Na wa Raifu)" - 5:47
  3. "Matsuribayashi (まつりばやし)" - 4:02
  4. "On'na Nante Mono ni (女なんてものに)" - 5:13

Side two

All tracks arranged by Shun Fukui and Kinji Yoshino (except for arrangement of "Katte ni Shiyagare" and "Toki wa Nagarete" by Yoshino, "On the Platform" by Fukui)

  1. "Asayake (朝焼け)" - 3:42
  2. "On the Platform (ホームにて, Hōmu Nite)" - 4:50
  3. "Katte ni Shiyagare (勝手にしやがれ)" - 3:02
  4. "Searchlight (サーチライト, Sāchiraito)" - 4:24
  5. "Toki wa Nagarete (時は流れて)" - 7:07

Personnel

  • Miyuki Nakajima - vocal, acoustic guitar
  • Ryuichi Sakamoto - keyboards
  • Ken Yoshida - bass guitar
  • Kiyoshi Sugimoto - guitars
  • Masao Komatsuzaki - drums
  • Shinji Hagiwara - drums
  • Naomi Kawahara - drums
  • Teruo Sato - drums
  • Masaki Nomura - drums
  • Production

  • Recording director; Yoshio Okushima
  • Assistant engineer; Koji Sakakibara
  • Manager; Kunio Kaneko
  • Director; Yūzō Watanabe
  • Cover designer; Natsuo Ueda
  • Photographer; Jin Tamura
  • Executive producer; Genichi Kawakami
  • References

    Arigatō (Miyuki Nakajima album) Wikipedia


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