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Kyu Sakamoto - Sukiyaki (Ueo Muite Arukou) Scaricare
Kyu Sakamoto
Sukiyaki (Ueo Muite Arukou)
Rock & Roll
17 Jun 1963
La Voce Del Padrone
7MQ 1820
Dimensione FLAC:
1268 mb
Dimensione MP3:
1370 mb
Dimensione WMA:
1552 mb


1Anoko-Ko Namae-Wa Nantenkana (Comment S'appelle Cette Jeune Fille)
Written-By – Rokusuke Ei, Nakamura Hachidai
2Sukiyaki (Ueo Muite Arukou) (Sous Une Pluie D'étoiles)
Written-By – Rokusuke Ei, Nakamura Hachidai


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
JP-5083坂本 九 上を向いて歩こう / あの娘の名前はなんてんかな ‎(7", Single)Toshiba RecordsJP-5083Japan1961
45-SAB 2019Kyu Sakamoto Sukiyaki ‎(7", Single, tri)His Master's Voice45-SAB 2019South Africa1963
7MG 115Kyu Sakamoto Sukiyaki / Anoko - No Namae - Wa Nantenkana ‎(7", Mul)His Master's Voice7MG 115GreeceUnknown
7 QH 5009Kyu Sakamoto Sukiyaki / Anoko - No Namae - Wa Nantenkana ‎(7")His Master's Voice7 QH 5009Netherlands1963
7MQ 1820Kyu Sakamoto Sukiyaki ‎(7")La Voce Del Padrone7MQ 1820Italy1963


Label Colour Purple Jukebox Version, Retro Cover is different

Codici a barre

  • Rights Society: BIEM


  • Recorded At – Toshiba Recording – 7XEA 20645/T1



Ue o Muite Arukō is a song recorded by Japanese crooner Kyu Sakamoto, first released in Japan in 1961. The song topped the charts in several countries, including on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1963. The song grew to become one of the world's best-selling singles of all time, selling over 13 million copies worldwide. Ue o Muite Arukō pronounced was written by lyricist Rokusuke Ei and composer Hachidai Nakamura. Ei wrote the lyrics while walking home from a Japanese student. Sukiyaki Ue o Muite Arukou- Kyu Sakamoto English Translation and Lyrics About the Lyrics The lyrics tell the story of a man who looks up and Kyu Sakamoto. Complete chords and lyrics transcription in latin characters, plus: English translation. How to play Sukiyaki Ue O Muite Aruko. Report bad tab. Текст песни: The charms of Sukiyaki The arms of Sukiyaki Are all I long for since I left old Nagasaki Why did I o muite arukō Namida ga koborenai youni Omoidasu haruno hi Hitoribocchi no yoru Ue o muite arukō Nijinda hoshi o kazoete Omoidasu natsuno hi Hitoribocchi no yoru Shiawase wa kumo no ueni Shiawase wa sora no ueni Ue o muite arukō Namida ga koborenai youni Nakinagara aruku Hitoribocchi no yoru Omoidasu akino hi Hitoribocchi no yoru Kanashimi wa hoshino kageni Kanashimi wa. Sukiyaki is a term with absolutely no relevance to the song's lyrics, as sukiyaki is a Japanese beef dish. It was used in the song name only because it was short, catchy, and recognizably Japanese. The original title 上を向いて歩こう means I Look Up When I Walk. Ue wo muite arukou Namida ga koborenai youni Nakinagara Aruku Hitoribocchi no yoru. Bridge - whistling. Omoidasu, aki no hi Hitoribocchi no yoru. The original Kyu Sakamoto recording also went to number eighteen on the R&B chart. In addition, the single spent five weeks at number one on the Middle of the Road charts. The title Sukiyaki , a Japanese hot pot dish, does not appear in the songs lyrics, nor does it have any connection to them it was used only because it was short, catchy, recognizably Japanese, and more familiar to English speakers. A Newsweek Magazine columnist noted that the re-titling was like issuing Moon River in Japan under the title Beef Stew. Kyu Sakamoto Miagete Goran Yoru No Hoshi Wo. download 3:10. Sakamoto Kyu ue wo muite arukou. download 2:14. Kyu Sakamoto Good Timin'. Scorpion-75. View all was Sukiyaki or Ue wo muite arukou, sung by Kyu Sakamoto. Hearing this song, to me, was the ultimate musical experience. At that time I was still attending school, and after saving my pocket-money for a long time I bought a Linguaphone-course to learn Japanese to be able to understand the lyrics of Sukiyaki. Although I have heard many beautiful Japanese songs ever since, this song will always be very important to me. I own two single issues with different flipsides Ano ko no namae wa nanten kana and Tankobushi, and from Japan I obtained a special issue of Sukiyaki and a Memory Album with the greatest hits of Kyu Sakamoto, issued after his tragic death