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I just heard the Mayday classic "Do You Ever Shine" just a few days ago, and I've started growing a love for Japanese Pop Music, even though I don't speak a lick of Japanese.

Are there other Mayday classics that I should be aware of?
To answer your question (thread title), I don't think anyone outside Asia does.
When I was there it sounded like chipmunks singing Purple Barney's on upbeat tempo, and looked like a japedo's wet dream.
A good question for a fascinating topic.gomovies
Thank you, blancrophy.

Do you listen to Japanese Pop Music?
I’m glad that there is an interest in Japanese music in the forum.

In the most recent posts of the Serenity Thread, I posted two Japanese minimal ambient albums.

In the most recent post of the smooth jazz thread, I posted a Japanese smooth jazz album.

For this thread, I found some compilations of Japanese pop from the 70s and 80s.


Various Artists - Pacific Breeze: Japanese City Pop, AOR and Boogie (1976-1986)

0:00 Tomoko Soryo - I Say Who
3:10 Taeko Ohnuki - Kusuri Wo Takusan
7:17 Minako Yoshida - Midnight Driver
14:55 Nanako Sato - Subterranean Futari Bocci
17:58 Haruomi Hosono - Sports Men
22:13 Izumi Kobayashi - Coffee Rumba
27:37 F.O.E. - In My Jungle
34:12 Akira Inoue, Hiroshi Sato, Masataka Matsutoya - Sun Bathing
37:52 Hiroshi Sato - Say Goodbye
41:15 Yukihiro Takahashi - Drip Dry Eyes
46:45 Masayoshi Takanaka - Bamboo Vendor
50:17 Suzuki Shigeru - Lady Pink Panther
53:11 Haruomi Hosono, Takahiko Ishikawa, Masataka Matsutoya - Mykonos No Hanayome
57:15 Hitomi Tohyama - Exotic Yokogao
01:01:44 Tazumi Toyoshima - Machibouke

The Best of‭ ‬80s J-Pop, Vol.‭ ‬1‭

‭Unfortunately, there was no song list provided with the video. The list is in the picture of the video, but it only helps you if you speak Japanese.

I listen to "J-Core", if that counts Tongue
(May 24, 2019, 09:36 am)Resurgence Wrote: [ -> ]For this thread, I found some compilations of Japanese pop from the 70s and 80s.


thanks @Resurgence, i enjoying your compilationsSmile
Great idea, Resurgence, thanks!