Kenji Ozawa

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Kenji Ozawa (小沢 健二, Ozawa Kenji) is a Japanese musician born in 1968 in Sagamihara, Kanagawa. His uncle Seiji Ozawa is a world-famous conductor. Ozawa's first claim to fame was as a member of the pop duo, Flipper's Guitar. He graduated from Tokyo University. His father is a professor.

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

  1. Tenki yomi (The weather reading) (1993)
  2. Kurayami kara te wo nobase (Reach out of the darkness) (1993)
  3. Konya wa boogie back(Boogie back) (1994)
  4. Aishi aisarete ikirunosa/Tokyo renai senka;mata wa koi wa ittemirya body blow (Love is what we need/Love is like a body blow) (1994)
  5. Lovely (1994)
  6. CorollaⅡ ni notte(1995)
  7. Tsuyoi kimochi tsuyoi ai/Sore wa chotto(Tokyo love affair/I'm afraid not) (1995)
  8. Door wo knock suru no wa dare da? (Who's gonna knock the door?) (1995)
  9. Senjo no boy's life(Boy's life part2:love is a message) (1995)
  10. Sayonara nante ienai yo(Never can say goodbye)(1995)
  11. Tsukai ukiuki dori (1995)
  12. Bokura ga tabi ni deru riyu(Single edit.) (Letters, Lights, travels on the streets) (1996)
  13. Otona ni nareba (1996)
  14. Yumega yume nara (If the dream is a dream) (1996)
  15. Buddy/Koishikute(1997)
  16. Yubi saemo/Dice wo korogase(Even the finger also/Roll over the dice) (1997)
  17. Aru hikari (A certain light) (1997)
  18. Haru ni shite kimi wo omou (1998)

Albums[edit]

  • Inu wa hoeru ga caravan wa susumu(The dogs bark, but the caravan moves on) (1993), re-released as "Dogs" in 1997
  • LIFE (1994)
  • Kyutai no kanaderu ongaku (1996)
  • Eclectic (2002)
  • Setsuna (2003) (Compilation album)
  • Ecology Of Everyday Life (2006)

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