Ringo Sheena production discography

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Japanese singer-songwriter Ringo Sheena has produced many songs for other artists, as well as collaborating as a musical director for projects. The following is a list of songs that feature songwriting and/or song production by Ringo Sheena. In 2014, Sheena released an album compiling self-covers of several of these songs, called Gyakuyunyū: Kōwankyoku.[1]

Songs produced for other artists[edit]

List of songs that feature songwriting or production by Ringo Sheena. All songs have lyrics and music written by Sheena unless stated.
Title Year Album Notes
"Private"
(Ryōko Hirosue)
1998 Private Originally appeared on the "Jeans" single.
"Cappuccino"
(Rie Tomosaka)
1999 Murasaki. Released as a single.
"Mokuren no Cream" (木蓮のクリーム, "Magnolia Cream")
(Rie Tomosaka)
Originally appeared on the "Cappuccino" single, additional whistling by Sheena.
"Shampoo" (シャンプー, Shampū)
(Rie Tomosaka)
Additional piano by Sheena.
"Shōjo Robot" (少女ロボット, "Girl Robot")
(Rie Tomosaka)
2000 Rie Tomosaka Best +3 Released as a single, additional piano and chorus by Sheena.[2]
"Ikenai Ko" (いけない子, "Bad Kid")
(Rie Tomosaka)
Originally appeared on the "Shōjo Robot" single, additional piano by Sheena.[2]
"Nippon ni Umarete" (日本に生まれて, "Born in Japan")
(Rie Tomosaka)
Originally appeared on the "Shōjo Robot" single, additional piano and song arrangement by Sheena.[2]
"Amagasa" (雨傘, "Rain Umbrella")
(Tokio)
2008 17 Released as a single, arrangement performed with Tokyo Jihen.[3]
"Kachū no Otoko" (渦中の男, "Vortex Boy")
(Tokio)
N/A Arrangement performed with Tokyo Jihen.[3]
"Hiyori Hime" (日和姫, "Weather Princess")
(Puffy)
2009 Bring It! Released as a single, arrangement performed with Tokyo Jihen.
"Shuen no Onna" (主演の女, "Leading Lady")
(Puffy)
"Tokai no Manner" (都会のマナー, "Urban Manners")
(Rie Tomosaka)
Toridori. Arrangement performed with Tokyo Jihen, additional chorus by Sheena.
"Kodomo no Jōkei" (子供の情憬, "A Scene of Children")
(Rie Tomosaka)
Arrangement performed with Ichiyo Izawa.
"Oishii Kisetsu" (おいしい季節, "The Tasty Season")
(Chiaki Kuriyama)
2011 Circus Released as a single, arrangement performed with Tokyo Jihen, additional chorus by Sheena.[4]
"Ketteiteki Sanpunkan" (決定的三分間, "The Decisive Three Minutes")
(Chiaki Kuriyama)
Released as a single, arrangement performed with Tokyo Jihen, additional synths by Sheena.[4]
"Tsukiyo no Shōzō" (月夜の肖像, "Portrait of the Moonlit Night")
(Chiaki Kuriyama)
Released as a single, arrangement performed with Tokyo Jihen.[5]
"Seishun no Matataki" (青春の瞬き, "Flicker of Youth")
(Chiaki Kuriyama)
Originally appeared on "Tsuki no Shōzō" single, arrangement performed with Tokyo Jihen.[5]
"Manatsu no Datsugokusha" (真夏の脱獄者, "Midsummer Escaped Prisoner")
(SMAP)
2012 Gift of SMAP
"Wakare 1940" (別れ, "Separation")
(Ichigo Ichie)
Dokuichigo Lyrics by Hideki Noda, co-written by Sheena.
"The Heavy Metallic Girl"
(Ichigo Ichie)
Lyrics by Noda, co-written by Sheena, arrangement by Sheena.
"Sōshitsu" (喪失, "Defeat")
(Ichigo Ichie)
Lyrics by Noda, co-written by Sheena, arrangement by Sheena.
"Wakare 1964"
(Ichigo Ichie)
Lyrics by Noda, co-written by Sheena.
"What Did U Say?"
(Ichigo Ichie)
Lyrics by Noda, co-written by Sheena.
"Bōenkyō no Naka no Kioku" (望遠鏡の中の記憶, "Memories Inside of the Telescope")
(Ichigo Ichie)
Lyrics by Noda, co-written by Sheena.
"Bōenkyō no Soto no Keshiki" (望遠鏡の外の景色, "View Outside of the Telescope")
(Ichigo Ichie)
Lyrics by Noda, co-written by Sheena.
"Wakare 2012"
(Ichigo Ichie)
Lyrics by Noda, co-written by Sheena.
"Saisakizaka" (幸先坂, "Fortune Hill Road")
(Yōko Maki)
2013 N/A Released as a single.[6]
"An'ya no Shinjūtate" (暗夜の心中立て, "Dark Night Promise")
(Sayuri Ishikawa)
2014 X: Cross II Released as a single.[7]
"Naute no Dorobōneko" (名うての泥棒猫, "The Celebrated Cat Burglar")
(Sayuri Ishikawa)
Originally appeared on the "An'ya no Shinjūtate" single, music video produced for the song.[7]
"Saihate ga Mitai" (最果てが見たい, "I Want to See the Very End")
(Sayuri Ishikawa)
"Karei Naru Gyakushū" (華麗なる逆襲, "Magnificent Counterattack")
(SMAP)
2015 N/A Released as a single, theme song of the drama Zeni no Sensō.[8]
"Yasei no Dōmei" (野性の同盟, "Wild Alliance")
(Ko Shibasaki)
N/A Released as a single, theme song of the drama Kasouken no Onna.[9]

Music director[edit]

Title Year Type Notes
Hyakuiro Megane (百色眼鏡, "Kaleidoscope") 2003 film 40 minute film based on her album Kalk Samen Kuri no Hana (2003), featuring music from the album. "Stem (Daimyō Asobi-hen)" acts as the theme song, and the songs "Doppelganger", "Odaiji ni", "Yattsuke Shigoto", "Torikoshi Gurō" and "Poltergeist" feature as incidental music.
Lens 2004 stage play The play was produced by Kentaro Kobayashi and was presented in July, 2004. Lens is an adaptation of Hyakuiro Megane.
Sakuran 2007 film Sheena was a music director of this film. Tokyo Jihen and guitarist Kiyoshi Hasegawa, etc. participated in production. Some music was not recorded on any albums because an official soundtrack was not produced.
Sannin Kichisa (三人吉三) Kabuki Sannin Kichisa is the program of the 8th performance of the Cocoon Kabuki which performed at the Theater Cocoon in Shibuya which is the town of youth culture in order to popularize kabuki. It was presented from June 7 to June 28, 2007. She produced a part of music in the play and the ending theme "Tamatebako" (玉手箱, "Casket").
Egg 2012 stage play The play was produced by Noda Map which Hideki Noda, dramatist, theatre director, manages. It was presented from September 5 to October 28. The album Doku Ichigo (毒苺, "Poison Strawberry") which contains eight songs (Noda wrote, Sheena composed and Eri Fukatsu lead in the play sang) was released on August 31, 2012.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "椎名林檎、初のセルフカバー集『逆輸入 ~港湾局~』リリース&レコ発ライブ開催発表" [Ringo Sheena, first self-cover album collection Gyakuyunyū: Kōwankyoku release and release party live]. Barks. March 25, 2014. Retrieved April 5, 2014. 
  2. ^ a b c "TOMOSAKA-TV". Retrieved 2001-01-27. , accessed through "Machine". 2001-01-27. Archived from the original on 2001-01-27. Retrieved 2010-01-04. 
  3. ^ a b "TOKIO、椎名林檎提供によるニュー・シングル"雨傘/あきれるくらい 僕らは願おう"を9月3日にリリース" [Tokio, Ringo Sheena written new single "Amagasa/Akireru Kurai Bokura wa Utau" release on September 3]. Barks. July 28, 2008. Retrieved April 6, 2014. 
  4. ^ a b "栗山千明、椎名林檎プロデュース、東京事変の演奏による両A面シングルをリリース" [Chiaki Kuriyama releases the Ringo Sheena produced double A side single, featuring Tokyo Jihen performing.]. Rockin' On. January 28, 2011. Retrieved April 14, 2014. 
  5. ^ a b "栗山千明、自身主演のドラマ曲で林檎&事変と再タッグ" [Chiaki Kuriyama tagged again on her drama's theme song with Ringo and Jihen]. Natalie. October 4, 2011. Retrieved April 14, 2014. 
  6. ^ 真木よう子、主演映画エンディング曲歌う メル友・椎名林檎が楽曲提供 [Yoko Maki sings her film's ending song: Penpal Ringo Sheena wrote the song for her] (in Japanese). Oricon. March 12, 2013. Retrieved April 10, 2014. 
  7. ^ a b 石川さゆり、115枚目のシングルは椎名林檎と異色タッグ (in Japanese). Natalie. February 28, 2014. Retrieved October 17, 2014. 
  8. ^ tofubeats、SMAP×林檎「華麗なる逆襲」を踊れる感じに寄せる (in Japanese). Natalie. January 14, 2015. Retrieved October 17, 2014. 
  9. ^ 柴咲コウ、新曲「野性の同盟」は椎名林檎プロデュース (in Japanese). Natalie. September 22, 2015. Retrieved October 17, 2014.