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Nagoya Misonoza Koen Live 2002 "Uta Mai Sou"
Album by Itsuki Hiroshi, Maeda Yuki
Native title 御園座公演ライブ ’02 歌・舞・奏
Released November 25, 1995
Genre Enka
Format CD, Cassette, Vinyl?
Label Tokuma Japan Communications

Misonoza Kouen Live ’02 Uta. Mai. Sou (御園座公演ライブ ’02 歌・舞・奏; Misonoza Public Performance Live ’02 Sing. Dance. Play (an instrument)) is a live album by Itsuki Hiroshi, featuring vocals by Maeda Yuki on the songs Hana and Shimauta. It is a double CD, recorded live at the Misonoza Theatre in Nagoya.

This was also released on cassette and on VHS.

TracklistEdit

CD1

  1. Opening Jong ara Shamisen (オープニング じょんがら三味線)
  2. Sanga (山河)
  3. Furusato ~Douyou~ Furusato~ (ふるさと(童謡)〜ふるさと〜)
  4. Hagi no Hanasato (萩の花郷)
  5. Yozora (夜空)
  6. Yokohama, Tasogare (よこはま・たそがれ)
  7. Chikumagawa (千曲川)
  8. Nagaragawa Enka (長良川艶歌)
  9. Hotaru no Yume wa (蛍の夢は)
  10. Muhoumatsu no Isshou 〜 Dokyousenryou-iri 〜 Taiko Ensou (無法松の一生〜度胸千両入り〜太鼓演奏)
  11. 花 (Hana; Flower)
  12. 島唄 (Shimauta; Island Song)

CD2

  1. Opening Nihonkai no Kirameki (オープニング 日本海のきらめき)
  2. Nagisa no Onna (渚の女)
  3. Ajisai (紫陽花)
  4. Omae to Futari (おまえとふたり)
  5. Kiteki (汽笛)
  6. Semi Shigure (蝉時雨)
  7. Noren (暖簾)
  8. Onna no Sakaba (女の酒場)
  9. Tsuioku (追憶)
  10. Aitakatta ze (逢いたかったぜ)
  11. Nigyouhan no Koibumi (二行半の恋文)
  12. Kasan'naka (傘ん中)

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