|Chinese name||張雨生 (traditional)|
|Chinese name||张雨生 (simplified)|
|Pinyin||Zhāng Yǔshēng (Mandarin)|
|Birth name||Chang Yu-sheng|
June 7, 1966|
Magong, Penghu, Republic of China
|Died||November 12, 1997
Tamsui District, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China
|Other name(s)||Xiaobao (小寶), Music Magician (音乐魔术师)|
|Occupation||Singer, song writer, composer, and record producer|
|Voice type(s)||High Tenor|
|Influenced||Jasmine, Yang Pei-An|
|Alma mater||National Chengchi University|
Tom Chang Yu-sheng (Chinese: 張雨生, June 7, 1966 – November 12, 1997) was a Taiwanese pop singer, composer, songwriter and music producer. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest singers in Mandarin music history.
He graduated from National Chengchi University.
In spare time, he was keen on music, basketball, swimming and reading.
Nicknamed "Music Magician", his major accomplishment as a producer may have been the pop singer A-mei. While driving fatigued at 2:40 on October 20, 1997, he was injured in a fatal car accident and fell into a coma. He never regained consciousness and died on November 12 at the age of 31 after weeks of hospitalization.
He was known for his high vocals, capable of reaching notes up to D#6 with mixed voice.
|November 1, 1988||天天想你||
|July 17, 1989||想念我||
|February 24, 1992||带我去月球||
|November 30, 1992||大海||
|August 24, 1993||一天到晚游泳的魚||
|September 5, 1994||卡拉ＯＫ‧台北‧我||
|March 27, 1995||還是朋友||
|July 12, 1996||兩伊戰爭﹣紅色熱情 (EP)||
|July 14, 1996||兩伊戰爭-白色才情 (EP)||
|October 14, 1997||口是心非||
2007.11.12 ：the unpublished DEMOs and Best Hits of his life as a pop-singer:《如燕盘旋而来的思念》
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