Çà et là du Japon

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Çà et là du Japon
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Studio album by Pizzicato Five
Released January 1, 2001
Genre Shibuya-kei
Length 60:21
Label ********* Records, Tokyo/Heat Wave
Producer Yasuharu Konishi
Pizzicato Five chronology
24 Decembre EP
(2000)
Çà et là du Japon
(2001)
Pizzicato Five R.I.P.
(2001)
Alternative cover
2006 reissue version

Çà et là du Japon (|さ・え・ら ジャポン| Sa•e•ra Japon, Here and There in Japan) was the last original studio album by Pizzicato Five.[1] It was released by ********* (Readymade) Records on the first day of the first month of 2001, and re-released with different artwork and a lower price in 2006. Like many of their later albums, it is "set" in a famous city of the world, during a specific time of the year.

In the case of Sa•e•ra, the setting is Tokyo, Japan in winter. Çà et là du Japon differs from other Pizzicato Five albums in that it features many guest vocalists and songwriters, and regular singer Maki Nomiya appears on only a few of the songs.

Track listing[edit]

This track listing shows the official Roman-character titles and featured vocalists (not including Maki Nomiya).

  1. "1 Janvier" - 1:14
  2. "Nonstop to Tokyo" - 4:28
  3. "Kimigayo" - 0:31
  4. "Sakura Sakura" - 3:54
  5. "Moderns" - 3:27
  6. "Kimono" - 5:31
  7. "Fashion People" - 4:04
  8. "In America" - 5:26
  9. "Gatta Call'em All!" - 4:41
  10. "Grand Bazar" - 0:19
  11. "24 Decembre" - 6:11
  12. "Sukiyaki Song" - 3:33
  13. "À Tokyo" - 5:54
    • Shigeru Matsuzaki
    • You The Rock★
  14. "çà et là" - 4:59
  15. "Le Grand Tokyo" - 3:46
  16. "AIUEO" - 3:40

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ca Et La Du Japon by Pizzicato Five". MTV. 2001-03-06. Retrieved 2013-07-30.