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Plein d'Amour ~Ai ga Ippai~
Iida's Plan D'amour ~Ai ga Ippai~
Album by Iida Kaori
Native title プラン・ダムール~愛がいっぱい~
Released December 21, 2005
Format CD
Recorded 2005
Length 51:18
Language Japanese, French, Italian
Label Chichuukai LABEL
Iida Kaori Albums Chronology
Previous Avenir ~Mirai~ 3rd album (2004)
Next ONDAS 5th album (2016)

Plein D'amour ~Ai ga Ippai~ (プラン・ダムール~愛がいっぱい~; Full of Love) is Iida Kaori's fourth album, released on December 21, 2005. It is also her first solo album to be released after her graduation from Morning Musume. Taisei from Sharam Q produced this album.

Much like her previous albums, this one also contains songs with a Mediterranean flare to them. This genre was dubbed as euro-enka by fans and some music critics in Japan because of the similarities to enka. This album has both original songs in Japanese and cover songs in French and Italian.

The album's is in French and Japanese. The French part means Full of Love. Her official website stated that she compiled "love songs" into this album and that it is targeted towards people in the same age group as herself.

TracklistEdit

  1. Bloom
  2. Sakura no Hana ga Saku Koro (桜の花が咲く頃; When the Cherry Blossom Blooms)
  3. Onaji Basho de (同じ場所で; At the Same Place)
  4. Souvenir ~Souvenir~ (Souvenir ~スーヴェニール~)
  5. IRRESISTIBLEMENT ~Anata no Toriko~ (IRRESISTIBLEMENT~あなたのとりこ~; IRRESISTIBLY ~Your Prisoner~) (Sylvie Vartan cover)
  6. LA NOTTE DELL'ADDIO ~Wakare no Yoru~ (LA NOTTE DELL'ADDIO~別れの夜~; The Night of Farewell -Night of Separation) (Iva Zanicchi cover)
  7. Eureka no Kaze (ユリーカの風; The Wind of Discovery)
  8. Hirahira to (ひらひらと; Fluttering)
  9. Mirai Yohou (未来予報; Future Forecast)
  10. Ai no Kotoba (愛のコトバ; Words of Love)
  11. Mikka Okure no Christmas Card (3日おくれのChristmas Card; A Christmas Card 3 Days Late)
  12. Papillon (Butterfly)

Album InformationEdit

Bloom

  • Lyrics: Sato Junko
  • Composition: Yamada Naoki
  • Arrangement: Nobuta Kazuo

Sakura no Hana ga Saku Koro

  • Lyrics: Sato Junko
  • Composition & Arrangement: Konishi Takao

Onaji Basho de

  • Lyrics: Sonada Ryoji
  • Composition: Abe Jun
  • Arrangement: Maeno Tomotsune

Souvenir ~Souvenir-=~

  • Lyrics: BULGE
  • Composition: Kenichi Asami
  • Arrangement: Taisei

Irresistiblement ~Anata no Tonari ni~ (Original released in 1968 by Sylvie Vartan in French)

  • Lyrics: Georges Aber
  • Composition: Jean Gaston Renard
  • Arrangement: Taisei

La Notte Dell'Addio ~Wakare no Yoru~ (Original released in 1966 by Iva Zanicchi in Italian)

  • Lyrics: Albert Testa
  • Composition: Arrigo Amadesi, Guiseppe Diverio, Emidio Remig i
  • Arrangement: Nobuta Kazuo

Eureka no Kaze

  • Lyrics: BULGE
  • Composition: Chiba Junji, Ishizuka Hiromi

Hirahira to

  • Lyrics: Yamada Taichi
  • Composition: Ashizawa Kazunori
  • Arrangement: Nobuta Kazuo

Mirai Yohou

  • Lyrics & Composition: BULGE
  • Arrangement: Maeno Tomotsune

Ai no Kotoba

  • Lyrics: Makiho Emi
  • Composition: Haba Hitoshi
  • Arrangement: Nobuta Kazuo

Mikka Okure no Christmas Card

  • Lyrics & Composition: Nozomi Nakamura
  • Arrangement: Tomotsune Maeno

Papillon

  • Lyrics: Sato Junko
  • Composition: Haba Hitoshi
  • Arrangement: Nobuta Kazuo

TV PerformancesEdit

Sakura no Hana ga Saku Koro

Live PerformancesEdit

Sakura no Hana ga Saku Koro

Mirai Yohou

Papillon

Oricon Chart PositionsEdit

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Week Rank Sales
- 28 - - - - - 111 2,504

Total Reported Sales: 2,504

TriviaEdit

  • Inaba Atsuko sings the chorus on songs Souvenir ~Souvenir~, Eureka no Kaze, Hirahira to and Mikka Okure no Christmas Card.
  • Sakura no Hana ga Saku Koro can be found on Petit Best 6.
  • The booklet included in the album contains Japanese translations by Miyazawa Seigo of the lyrics for Irresistiblement -Anata no Tonari ni~ and La Notte Dell’Addio -Wakare no Yoru-.

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