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Wakare No Isochidori - Club Nisei* - Japanese Music Of Hawaii (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Wakare No Isochidori - Club Nisei* - Japanese Music Of Hawaii (CD, Album) ”

  1. Rarely has a nation been so well served by a people it had so ill treated. – Bill Clinton.
  2. [Keawe] Club Nisei Orchestra & Singers: Sayonara Farewell Japan; 49th State Hawaii LP; E/N- ES $20 -- Japanese; authentic "Souvenir Songs of Japan; eight of the twelve songs originally released on a 10" LP (and probably also as singles or 78 album); Tokyo Boogie Woogie, China Night (Shina No Yoru), Japanese Rhumba, Tokyo Serenade, Tanko Bushi, Ginza Kan Kan Musume, Tonko Bushi, .
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Club Nisei - Various Artists on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Club Nisei - Various Artists on AllMusic - Wakare No Isochidori. Sparky Iwamoto. Amazon: Japanese Rhumba. Jerry Miller. Sparky Iwamoto.
  4. Downloaded this album for my Issei mom (ordering Enka CDs from Japan takes eons). Mom especially loved the first soundtrack "Otomi-San", and remembers some of the numbers post WWII (says "Wakare no Ippon-Sugi" is a school graduation song, and sounds alot alike the "Battle Hymn of /5(8).
  5. Nisei, (Japanese: “second-generation”), son or daughter of Japanese immigrants who was born and educated in the United States. During World War II all persons of Japanese ancestry on the U.S. West Coast were forcibly evacuated from their homes and relocated in inland detention centres as a result of mass hysteria following the Japanese.
  6. Aug 22,  · Club Nissei (Japanese Music of Hawaii) My mother-in-law is 97 years young having lived all of her life on Maui. At this point in her life she cannot do many things physically, so she watches TV and listens to music. Her life has been brightened when she listens to and sings with the many songs of the album she still remembers growing up in Hawaii.
  7. Sep 03,  · #1 Wakare No Isochidori is the only song of this genre that was first popular in Hawaii, then gained fame in Japan. The singer here is Sparky Iwamoto, from Club Nisei. The composer was Francis Zanami, and he either unfortunately died of a heart attack in at the age of 44, or at the age of 34 from kidney failure.
  8. Listen to Sayonara (Japanese Farewell Song) from Tokie Tamaki & Club Nisei Orchestra's Hawaiian Nisei Songs - A Musical Cocktail Of Japanese American Songs In 's Hawaii for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  9. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Hawaiian Nisei Songs A Musical Cocktail of Japanese American Songs in 's Hawaii on Discogs.

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