Junko | en
There are 2 (two) Junkos: 1. 'Junko' is the solo nome de plume for Junko Hiroshige, who is also vocalist/instrumentalist for the seminal Japanese noise band Hijokaidan. Junko's solo and collaborative work is characterised by her distinctive high pitched, screaming voice. Junko has released a handful of records under her own name. These include Sleeping Beauty (2002), a solo project that showcases Junko's voice a cappella, with no accompanying instrumentation. In 2004, she released a collaborative album with noise artist Mattin, called Pinknoise. 2. 'Junko' is an alias of Indonesian DJ Winky Wiryawan, he had released some tracks like "Tokyo"...
Junko Tamiya (民谷淳子) was a composer at Capcom (video game developer & publisher), most notable for her work on Strider, Little Nemo: The Dream Master, Gunsmoke, Bionic Commando and Sweet Home. She is also credited under the following names: GON, Gonzou, Gondamin, Strong Tami, Swimmer Tamichan, Tamie .
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Onishi was born in Apr 16, 1967, in the city of Kyoto (Japan). She grew up in Tokyo where she started her classical piano lessons and soon became interested in jazz. She moved to Boston, MA (US), to study at Berklee College of Music and, later on, moved to New York City to become a professional jazz piano player. She worked with Joe Henderson, Betty Carter, Kenny Garret, Mingus Dinasty, Jackie McLean, Holly Cole and Bily Higgins. As a leader piano player, she has recorded several CDs, among them "Live at the Village Vanguard", "Cruisin´" and "Fragile". Onishi´s playing is...
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Junko G (feat. Tattiboy)
Come and Go
Telephone Number (From "Junko Ohashi")
I Cannot Say (Piano Version) [feat. Kamata Junko]
N. B. A
Kireigoto (Full Version) [feat. Kamata Junko]
New World (Piano Version) [feat. Kamata Junko]
Cream Stew (Piano Version) [feat. Kamata Junko]