1969 (Pink Martini and Saori Yuki album)

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1969
1969 (Pink Martini).jpg
Studio album by Pink Martini and Saori Yuki
Released Japan October 12, 2011 (2011-10-12)
United States November 1, 2011 (2011-11-01)
Genre Kayōkyoku, Lounge
Length 40:51
Label Heinz (US), EMI Japan (Japan)[1]
Producer Thomas M. Lauderdale
San-e Ichii
Pink Martini and Saori Yuki chronology
A Retrospective
(2011)
1969
(2011)
Get Happy
(2013)

1969 is a studio collaboration album by Pink Martini and Saori Yuki, released in 2011 through Heinz Records.[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Lyrics Music Original artist[3] Length
1. "Yuuzuki (Evening Moon)" Rei Nakanishi Miki Takahashi Jun Mayuzumi (Aug 1968) 3:18
2. "Mayonaka no Bossa Nova (Midnight Bossa Nova)" Jun Hashimoto Kyohei Tsutumi Hide to Rosanna (Aug 1969) 3:15
3. "Du soleil plein les yeux (Eyes Full of Sun)" Catherine Desage Frances Lai Francis Lai et Severine (1970) 3:28
4. "Puff, the Magic Dragon" Akira Nogami (Japanese version, for Japan TV series Okā-san to Issho c. 1969) Leonard Lipton, Peter Yarrow Peter, Paul & Mary (Jan 1963) 3:50
5. "Ii janaino Shiawase naraba (It's Okay if I'm Happy)" Tokiko Iwatani Taku Izumi Naomi Sagara (1969) 3:34
6. "Blue Light Yokohama" Jun Hashimoto Kyohei Tsutsumi Ayumi Ishida (Dec 1968) 2:50
7. "Yoake no Scat (Melody For A New Dawn)" Michio Yamagami Taku Izumi Saori Yuki (Mar 1969) 3:16
8. "Mas que Nada" Fumio Nagata (Japanese version) Jorge Ben Astrud Gilberto (1969) 2:34
9. "Is That All There Is?" Tadashi Nagai, Rena Connor, Yoshio Kurosaki, Thomas M. Lauderdale, Camellia Nieh, Satomi Sano, Masumi and Stephen Timson, and Mas Yatabe.[3] Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller Peggy Lee (Nov 1969) 4:12
10. "Watashi mo Anata to Naite Ii? (Consolation)" Go Misawa Go Misawa Mieko Kaneda (1969) 3:34
11. "Wasuretainoni (I Want To Forget You, But...)" Larry Kolber ("I Love How You Love Me")
Terunobo Okuyama (Japanese)
Barry Mann Moko, Beaver & Olive (1969)
after The Paris Sisters (1961)
2:53
12. "Kisetsu no Ashioto (Footsteps of the Seasons)" Yasushi Akimoto Hitoshi Haba new song 3:47
Total length: 40:51

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Discography". Retrieved 30 October 2012. 
  2. ^ "1969 at Allmusic". Retrieved 26 October 2012. 
  3. ^ a b Liner notes, 1969, Heinz Records, November 2011.