Kazeyomi

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Kazeyomi (かぜよみ, Wind Reading)
Studio album by Maaya Sakamoto
Released January 14, 2009
Genre J-pop
Label Victor Entertainment
Maaya Sakamoto chronology
30Minutes Night Flight
(2007)30Minutes Night Flight2007
Kazeyomi
(2009)
Everywhere
(2010)Everywhere2010
Singles from Kazeyomi
  1. "Kazemachi Jet / Spica"
    Released: June 14, 2006
  2. "Saigo no Kajitsu / Mitsubachi to Kagakusha"
    Released: November 21, 2007
  3. "Triangler"
    Released: April 23, 2008
  4. "Ame ga Furu"
    Released: October 29, 2008

Kazeyomi (かぜよみ, Wind Reading) is Maaya Sakamoto's 6th studio album. The album is produced by various well-known composers. The first pressing came with a DVD featuring music videos for "Saigo no Kajitsu", "Triangler" and "Ame ga Furu".[1]

Track listing[edit]

CD (VTCL-60085)
No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Vento" Mina Kubota Mina Kubota  
2. "Triangler (トライアングラー)" (Macross Frontier first opening theme) Gabriela Robin Yoko Kanno  
3. "Kazemachi Jet: Kazeyomi Edition (風待ちジェット~kazeyomi edition, Jet Waiting for a Good Wind)" (Tsubasa Chronicle 2nd Series ending theme) Maaya Sakamoto Shōko Suzuki  
4. "Remedy" (Linebarrels of Iron second ending theme) Maaya Sakamoto solaya  
5. "Ame ga Furu (雨が降る, Falling Rain)" (Linebarrels of Iron first ending theme) Maaya Sakamoto Kaori Kano  
6. "Get No Satisfaction!" Maaya Sakamoto Katsutoshi Kitagawa  
7. "Ao no Ether (蒼のエーテル, Blue Ether)" (Macross Frontier insert song self cover) Maaya Sakamoto Yoko Kanno  
8. "Shitsuren Cafe (失恋カフェ, Heartbreak Cafe)" Maaya Sakamoto Tabo  
9. "Sonic Boom" (Tsubasa Chronicle Shunraiki opening theme) Maaya Sakamoto Yūichi Ichikawa  
10. "Peanuts (ピーナッツ)" Maaya Sakamoto Bargains  
11. "Saigo no Kajitsu (さいごの果実, The Last Fruit)" (Tsubasa Chronicle Tokyo Relevations ending theme) Maaya Sakamoto Shōko Suzuki  
12. "Colors" (Konica Minolta planetarium program "Hoshizora no Niji" image song) Tim Jensen Aco  
13. "Kazamidori (カザミドリ, Weather Cock)" Maaya Sakamoto Haruna Yokota  
14. "Guitar Hiki ni Naritai na (ギター弾きになりたいな, I Want to Be a Guitar Player)" Maaya Sakamoto Tomoki Kanda  
DVD (VTZL-8)
No. Title Length
1. "Saigo no Kajitsu" (Music Video)  
2. "Triangler" (Music Video)  
3. "Ame ga Furu" (Music Video)  

Charts[edit]

Chart Peak
position
Sales
Oricon Weekly Albums 3 36,061
Oricon Yearly Albums 166 53,246

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kazeyomi's Oricon Page". Retrieved 2008-11-17. 

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