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Singer: Shokichi Kina Album's name: The Celebrations Label: Vap – VPCC-83004 Type: CD, Album Country: Japan Date of released: 21 Oct 1990 Category: Electronic, Rock, Folk, World, & Country Style: Folk Rock. Shokichi Kina - The Celebrations MP3 version. 1407 downloads at 15 mb/s. Shokichi Kina - The Celebrations FLAC version. 1915 downloads at 11 mb/s.
The Celebrations, released two years later, represented a collaboration with Japanese ambient keyboardist Makoto Yano. Kina's album Earth Spirit featured guitarist Yves N'Djock of Salif Keita's band. His song "Haisai Ojisan (Hello Uncle)" was covered by the international supergroup of John French, Fred Frith, Henry Kaiser, and Richard Thompson. Kina's best-known work has come as leader of Champloose, the only garage rock band in Okinawa. The group's album The Music Power From Okinawa, recorded during a performance at Kina's nightclub in 1977, was released in 1991 and became an international hit. Kina has continued to alternate solo projects with albums recorded with the group.
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Japanese rock musician and politician. He, along with his band Champloose, played a large role in the Okinawan home-grown "folk rock" scene in the 1970s and 1980s. His first big hit was "Haisai Ojisan" in 1972, which he wrote when he was in high school. Songs from the 1980 album Blood Lines, like "Hana" and "Subete no Hito no Kokoro ni Hana o", are frequently heard in international markets.
Shoukichi Kina (喜納昌吉 Kina Shōkichi, born June 10, 1948 in Koza, Okinawa), is a Japanese rock musician and politician. His first big hit was "Haisai Ojisan" ("Hey, old man") in 1972, which he wrote when he was in high school.
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