WHY JAPANESE POP MATTERS?

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WHY JAPANESE POP MATTERS?

Post by Kisen on Mon Apr 05, 2010 2:31 pm

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Post by Starryeyed on Mon Apr 05, 2010 11:31 pm

Interesting...You could change the title to 'Why Music Matters', as it doesn't matter where the music is from, as everyone 'gets' something different from music which makes it matter. A contridiction, possibly Smile It could for example be a tune, a melody, a message from the lyrics, or a song which inspires another person to create new and interesting music. I agree though with the person, Ayumi Hamasaki voice is unpolished, singing through her nose sometimes rather than through her mouth; but she does have an endearing quality not found with other artists. Good to see Tomoko Kawase mentioned in the article too. An interesting article, thank you for the post.
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Post by shizuenjune2 on Wed Apr 07, 2010 9:58 am

Thanks for posting Very Happy!
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