Yamamoto Tatsuhiko (Yamamoto Tatsuhiko, March 4 , 1954 -) is a Japanese singer- songwriter. Born in Shinjuku-ku , Tokyo . Chiyoda-ku Fujimi kindergarten, Akatsuki Gakuen , Graduated from Seikei University .
He participated in the Tokyo Boys Choir at the second year of Xiaoshen Elementary School. During the North American goodwill travel of 1964, the choir merged with the Tokyo Girl Choir and became the current Tokyo boys and girls chorus . Yamamoto participated in this American tour and appeared in Ed Sullivan Show .
In the era of Seikei University, formed a band called “Orange”. Although he debuts with a single “wings without angels” that won the Japan TV amateur band contest program “The Challenge of KinKin & Mush ” ( Moderator Aikawa Kinya , Kamatsu Hiroshi (present Mush Kayama)) and recorded in London , Activity as “Orange” did not go well, accompanied tour (Keyboards & Chorus) as a backbone of Kamatsy. There was a time when I participated with The Alfee .
In 1976, “Orange” dissolved. After graduating from university, begin full-scale activity as a solo singer-songwriter. In 1978, he made his debut with “Gust Wind – Sudden Wind” ( Japan Phonogram). After that, he moved to Toshiba EMI (now EMI Music · Japan ) · East World, Alfa Records , Fan House (now Ariora Japan ), Wonder Entertainment and Record Company, and in 1999 launched a self label “Silence”.
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|4||Hotel Des Ameriques||4:32|
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|8||Heroine With No Name||5:17|
|9||After The Affair||4:37|
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|Guitar||Paul Jackson Jr|
|Acoustic Guitar||Teddy Castelucci|
|Keyboards||John van Tongeren|
|Percussion||Paulinho Da Costa|
|Background Vocals||Michael McDonald|
|Background Vocals||Bill Baumgart|
|Background Vocals||David Pack|
|Background Vocals||Diana DeWitt|
|Background Vocals||Jean McClain|