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Pizzicato Five - Discography [17 Albums] (1990-2004) (LOSSLESS)

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Pizzicato Five - Discography [17 Albums] (1990-2004) (LOSSLESS)

Artist: Pizzicato FivePizzicato Five - Discography [17 Albums] (1990-2004) (LOSSLESS)
Title Of Album: Discography
Year Of Release: 1990-2004
Genre: Nu Jazz, Acid Jazz, Future Jazz
Quality: FLAC, WAV (Image+.cue)
Bitrate: Lossless
Total: 17 albums
Total Size: 8 Gb

Pizzicato Five (often known simply by the initials P5) was a Japanese pop group best known to audiences in the West in their later incarnation as a duo of Maki Nomiya and Yasuharu Konishi. The group, widely credited (along with Flipper's Guitar) with spearheading the Shibuya-kei movement of Tokyo in the 1990s, is known for eclectic and energetic compositions that often pay homage to late 1960s English-language Pop Music. The catchphrase "A New Stereophonic Sound Spectacular" captured the group's ironic stance and eager attitude. The group broke up in March 2001.

Pizzicato Five was a hugely prolific group during its 16-year-long existence, usually releasing at least an album each year in addition to various EPs and remix albums. Their music has appeared in numerous movies, television episodes, and video games.

Pizzicato Five (1985-2001) was a Japanese pop group best known to audiences in the West in their later incarnation as a duo of Maki Nomiya and Yasuharu Konishi.

The group was formed in 1985 by Konishi and fellow founding bandmates Keitarō Takanami, Ryō Kamomiya, Mamiko Sasaki, and Shigeo Miyata. Miyata left the group almost immediately but the four remaining members kept the name Pizzicato Five.

Last members:
Yasuharu Konishi (1984–2001) - Songwriter, bass guitar, guitar, keyboards, vocals. Yasuharu Konishi (小西 康陽 Konishi Yasuharu?, born February 3, 1959 in Sapporo, Hokkaido) was the only founding member to stay with the group until the end. He is a music producer now.
Maki Nomiya (1990–2001) - Lead vocal. Maki Nomiya (野宮 真貴 Nomiya Maki?, born March 12, 1960 in Kushiro, Hokkaido) was the third vocalist of this group. She is also a solo singer, a narrator, a fashion model and a dress designer now.

Former members
Keitarō Takanami (1984–1994) - Guitar, keyboards and vocals.
Keitarō Takanami (高浪 慶太郎 Takanami Keitarō?, born May 6, 1960 in Nagasaki, Nagasaki) was one of the founding members, and he is a guitarist and a music producer now. He changed his name to 高浪敬太郎 (Keitarō Takanami) later, and was also known as "K-taro."
Mamiko Sasaki (1984–1987) - Lead vocal. Mamiko Sasaki (佐々木 麻美子 Sasaki Mamiko?) was one of the founding members and was the first vocalist of this group.
Ryō Kamomiya (1984–1987) - Keyboards. Ryō Kamomiya (鴨宮 諒 Kamomiya Ryō?, born March 23, 1962 in Shinjuku, Tokyo) was one of the founding members, and is a composer and an arranger now.
Takao Tajima (1987–1990) - Lead vocal, guitar, harmonica. Takao Tajima (田島 貴男 Tajima Takao?, born April 24, 1966 in Ota, Tokyo) was the second vocalist of this group. He had already come out as Original Love's vocalist then. He is a solo singer and is also a music producer now.

«Pizzicato Five», (англ. пиццикато-пять, сокращённо «P5») — японская поп-группа, наиболее известная западной аудитории в своём позднейшем составе — как дуэт Маки Номии и Ясухару Кониси. Группа, наравне с «Flipper's Guitar» называемая зачинателем движения сибуя-кэй, известна благодаря своим энергичным и эклектичным композициям, зачастую звучащим как «новые» произведения «хипстеров» 1960-х годов. Лозунг «A New Stereophonic Sound Spectacular» — «Новый, шикарный стереофонический звук» отражает ироничную и эффектную позицию группы. Созданная в 1985 году, группа распалась в марте 2001.

«Pizzicato Five» показала себя за шестнадцать лет своего существования весьма плодовитой группой, выпуская по студийному альбому не реже, чем каждый год, в дополнение к множеству синглов, мини-альбомов и сборников ремиксов.

1990 - Pizzicato Five - Soft Landing on the Moon (1995 remaster)
1991 - This Year's Girl
1992 - Sweet Pizzicato Five
1993 - Bossa Nova 2001
1993 - Instant Replay
1994 - Overdose
1994 - Pizzicato Five - Five By Five (EP)
1994 - Pizzicato Five - Made In USA
1995 - Pizzicato Five - Romantique 96
1997 - Pizzicato Five - Sister Freedom Tapes
1997 - Big Hits And Jet Lags 1994-1997
1999 - Pizzicato Five - Playboy & Playgirl
2000 - Pizzicato Five - The Fifth Release From Matador
2001 - Pizzicato Five - Çà et là du Japon
2003 - Pizzicato Five - The sound of music
2001 - Singles: Triad & Readymade Years
2004 - Pizzicato Five - The Band of 20th Century

Pizzicato Five - Discography [17 Albums] (1990-2004) (LOSSLESS)

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