Masayuki Sakamoto, integrante del grupo japonés V6 en el programa de tv Meringue no Kimochi.
Ryuichi Sakamoto composed this soundtrack in 1993. All images were extracted from sites http://www.sfondi.org , http://www.sfondi.net , http://www.sfondi.it and http://groovywallpaper.com.
The American artist couple Port (John Malkovich) and Kit Moresby (Debra Winger) travels aimless through Africa, searching for new experiences that could give new sense to their relationship. But the flight to distant regions leads both only deeper into despair. The film is based on the 1949 novel by Paul Bowles, who narrates the film and appears in a cameo role.
This is a timeless, haunting soundtrack. One of Sakamoto's best, and thanks to a supporting cast of great music, this is truly a soundscape best heard in totality. The Sheltering Sky won the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score and the LAFCA Award for Best Music.
Exclusive preview of the new Cartier worldwide campaign to launch on May 26! 12 music artists created an exclusive track for Cartier LOVE - featuring Lou Reed, Marion Cotillard, Thomas Dybdahl, Dan Black, Grand National, feneesz+sakamoto, Pauline Croze, Little Dragon, Sol Seppy, Khalil Fong, Hawksley Workman, Phoenix. Enjoy! Also available on http://www.love.cartier.com as of May 26
Love it or hate it, here's the beginning of Japanese Sonic Next-Gen for those who may prefer to listen to the Japanese voices on Youtube. See it all from beginning to end in the best order in which the scenes happen in real time (such as it is). In this act, we are introduced to Silver the Hedgehog, a warrior from the future that continuously battles with Iblis, the Flames of Disaster, along with his friend, Blaze the Cat. They confront the mysterious Mephiles who sends them to the future to assassinate who may have caused their bleak future, the Iblis Trigger... Sonic?! Hope you enjoy! :)
Personal comments: Yes, both Silver's Tropical Jungle and Blaze's Wave Ocean are cut. They weren't all that necessary and wasted time, though I didn't like having to cut Blaze's solo level. All in all, I'm trying to cut back and make this project a little shorter in length...
More voice comparisons! Now, I can listen to either Mike Pollock or Chikao Ohtsuka and not choose who is better as Eggman, just like how it was when the late Deem Bristow voiced him. Eggman/Robotnik seems to be the only Sonic character who is consistently well-casted. I admit, just like how many others agree, Mike Pollock is one of the only (if not THE ONLY) 4Kids actors that truly deserves his role.
Elise... well, I don't really care much for this character in the first place, but Maaya Sakamoto performs her role SO MUCH BETTER than Lacey Chabert. And it kinda sucks, too, as Lacey Chabert is a good actress and is experienced in voice acting (for example, Eliza Thornberry in "The Wild Thornberries") but her performance is weak at best. And it's weird because in the end game credits, she's the only one to have "Lacey Chabert as Princess Elise" while the 4Kids actors are listed without their respective roles. It reminds me of how the game, Grandia Xtreme, emphasizes how Mark Hamill and Dean Cain were part of the voice cast but they don't give it their best performances in that either. So, you know, what's the point in highlighting these people who are deemed "big-name actors/celebrities" when they don't do anything to show for it?
...Yeah, I'm on the Ryan Drummond side; I don't particularly appreciate Jason Griffith's performance of Sonic, but that's all I'm saying about it 'cause it's been said enough by others. I think Junichi Kanemaru is the better of the two current Sonic voices; end of story.
The hit song sung by Kyu Sakamoto.
From first album "The Magic Room" (2005). Fabrizio Selli ( http://www.fabrizioselli.com/ ) is a Classic New Age, Piano, Electronic and Minimal music italian composer. He defines his music "soundtracks without movies". Ryuichi Sakamoto (ex Yellow Magic Orchestra), Ludovico Einaudi, Giovanni Allevi, Michael Nyman are his inspirational artists. Cello on this track by Marcello Scandelli.
The movie clips were extracted from "Moby Dick" (1956), by John Huston, with Gregory Peck ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moby_Dick_%281956_film%29 ).
The last image was extracted from site http://www.v2.freedomwallpaper.com/
Merry Christmas Mr.Lawrence Sakamoto Ryuichi
kyu sakamoto本人解説シーンは１９８５年５月９日、 ４３歳の亡くなる年に収録されました。 本編は１９７３年になります。 坂本九は本編放送当時３１才ですが、いま、この歳でこんなことができる芸能人はいないと思います。 本当に器用なエンターティナーでした。 ...
Forbidden Colors - Ryuichi Sakamoto (Solo Piano)
One of the most popular piece by Ryuichi Sakamoto. Hope he is playing a Yamaha piano ^^.
The theme of movie "The Last Emperor" 1987
Composed by Ryuichi Sakamoto
1987 Academy Award-winning score to the film
"SAKAMOTO PLAYS SAKAMOTO" concert
at NHK hall 1988/04/10
Jiang Jian-Hua (erhu),
Jiang Xiao-Qing (guzheng),
Tao Jing-Yin (pipa),
Ryuichi Sakamoto (piano),
Naoto Otomo (conducting)
Tokyo Symphony Orchestra
1988/06/26 aired in Japan
Audio track of this concert is included in his live album "Playing the Orchestra" - Ryuichi Sakamoto 1988
"Rain" di Ryuichi Sakamoto
ryuichi sakamoto - rain live version
Her Name is Ami Sakamoto n Reene..
Quote a Message From Her.. "Hello everyone ! This is my video from my Facebook, My name is AMI everyone and I am the one on the right ~ Many people stole this video from my FB and put it on youtube without asking me, and now I realise I am on the news in Indonesia because of this video?"
"I'm on TELEVISION in INDONESIA !!!!!!!!!!! XDDDD hahahahahaha."
good job.. ^^,
Ami Sakamoto dan Reene Lipsing Video Cinta Satu Malam