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Saki Kubota [久保田早紀] / Kume Sayuri [久米小百合] - Discography [13 Albums] (1979-2009)

2-09-2016, 12:36
Pop | Discography | Japanese

Title: Discography
Year Of Release: 1979-2009
Genre: JPop, Kayōkyoku
Quality: MP3 192-320 kbps
Total Time: 13 albums, 12:04:51 min
Total Size: 1,57 Gb

Saki Kubota (b. May 11, 1958) was a Japanese pop-singer working in kayōkyoku genre. She gained massive popularity with her debut single Ihojin ('The Stranger') released in October 1979. The song reached a top spot on the national charts and stayed there for six weeks, eventually becoming the second bestselling song of the year 1980. Her debut album Yumegatari ('Dream Story') also reached No. 1 on charts and became ranked as the 4th most popular album of the year. Her pop career didn’t last for very long – after releasing a few more records on CBS/Sony, Kubota got married and retired from music in 1984. Currently she works as a music professor at Kernel University, USA under her birth name Sayuri Kume (久米小百合)

She made her debut in 1979 under her maiden name, Kubota Saki (久保田早紀) with the hit single, "Ihoujin". She is a Baptist Christian, and since the mid-1980's has been performing Christian music.

Saki Kubota [久保田早紀] / Kume Sayuri [久米小百合] - Discography [13 Albums] (1979-2009)

Kubota has always been interested in music and she started playing the paino at the age of four.

When Kubota was in junior college, she sent in a audition tape to Sony Music Entertainment. She was soon told that she passed the audition and was offered a record deal. She made her debut in 1979, with the single "Ihoujin". The song was used as the Sanyo Electric CM song. Even though the single didn't start out high on the Oricon by it's second week of December 13th the single broke into the top ten, reaching #5. On it's third week, December 27th, the single climbed to the top reaching #1.

After her break through hit, Kubota continued to release a few successful singles and albums, but all failed to surpass the success of "Ihoujin". As the years went on her sales continued to drop.

In 1984, Kubota married music producer Kume Daisaku, and stopped releasing music under her former name, Kubota Saki. She changed to name to Kume Sayuri, and released one more single before retiring in 1984. Since then she started singing Christian church music, praising the lord through song.

Since leaving the music scene she has made a few minor returns. She came back in 1987 and 1996 releasing albums under her married name. Most recently in 2007, she performed the Power for Living CM.

Albums :
[1979.12.08] Yume Gatari (夢がたり) (CBR 320 kbps)
[1980.06.21] Tenkai (天界) (CBR 320 kbps)
[1980.11.21] Saudade (サウダーデ) (CBR 320 kbps)
[1981.05.21] Airmail Special (エアメ-ル・スペシャル) (CBR 320 kbps)
[1982.07.21] Mishiranu Hito de Naku (見知らぬ人でなく) (CBR 320 kbps)
[1983.04.21] Nefertiti (ネフェルティティ) (CBR 320 kbps)
[1984.10.01] 夜の底は柔らかな幻 (CBR 320 kbps)
[1987.11.10] Tehilim 33 (テヒリーム33) (Sayuri Kume) (CBR 320 kbps)
[1996.02.25] Hajime no Hi (はじめの日) (Sayuri Kume) (CBR 320 kbps)
[2009.06.24] Tenshi no Pan (天使のパン) (Sayuri Kume) (CBR 320 kbps)

Best Albums :
[1986.04.21] Best Collection (ベスト・コレクション) (CBR 192 kbps)
[2002.11.20] GOLDEN☆BEST (CBR 320 kbps)
[2009.08.19] Saki Kubota Singles (CBR 320 kbps)

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